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Le sanctuaire d'Hathor, maîtresse de la turquoise : Sérabit el-Khadim au Moyen Empire

@inproceedings{Valbelle1996LeSD,
  title={Le sanctuaire d'Hathor, ma{\^i}tresse de la turquoise : S{\'e}rabit el-Khadim au Moyen Empire},
  author={Dominique Valbelle and Charles Bonnet},
  year={1996}
}

Non-Royal Women at Serabit el-Khadim: Fact or Fiction?

At least 71 non-royal women are commemorated by name or image in the inscriptions and scenes at the temple of Serabit el-Khadim. Their representation at the site may lead to the conclusion that they

A Seated Queen Hathor Statue from Amenhotep III's 33rd Regnal Year at Serabit el-Khadim

The statue fragments Sinai 219, 298 and 426 from the temple at Serabit el-Khadim in the Sinai belong to a seated statue of a queen, dated to year 33 of the reign of Amenhotep III. This statue

The Titles of Trustworthy Seal Bearer in Ancient Egypt until the End of the Middle Kingdom

There is no doubt that especially during Ancient Egypt the titles of officials are a major source of information about their careers and their duties in the state administration and service to the

Hatshepsut at Serabit el-Khadim: Historical Implications of Documented Finds from the Archives of the Tel Aviv University Expedition

The Hathor Temple at Serabit el-Khadim has yielded valuable information about different phases of Hatshepsut's career. Alongside the references to Hatshepsut already published in The Inscriptions of

UNE STATUETTE OU UN VASE EN FORME DE DÉESSE-HIPPOPOTAME DANS LE PALAIS ROYAL D'OUGARIT

Les etudes portant sur les objets decouverts dans le Palais royal d’Ougarit ont permis, au cours des quinze dernieres annees, d’approfondir nos connaissances sur la culture materielle palatiale du

The Maghara (Sinai) Family Revisited1

Abstract This article examines an unusual Old Kingdom graffito from the turquoise mining site of Wadi Maghara in Southern Sinai, depicting a man, woman and child, probably a family. New readings of

Wadi el-Hol

Author(s): Darnell, John C | Abstract: The Wadi el-Hol is an ensemble of rock inscription sites and caravansary deposits near the mid-point of the Farshut Road, roughly equidistant between ancient

Some Thoughts on Mining and Quarrying in the Ancient Andes

In the following discussion, I offer some thoughts stimulated by the papers brought together in this volume. At the suggestion of the editors, I emphasize the themes in the initial portion of the

Middle Kingdom mining on the margins

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