Posted by Kate Phizackerley on Thursday, December 23, 2010

Tracings made by Norman de Garis Davies in Theban tombs TT 76, TT 85, TT 95, TT 108, TT 161, TT 176, TT 179, TT 200, TT 222, TT 249 and TT 260 have been made avilable online by the Griffiths Institute who continue to lead the way in publication of Egyptian sites.  It seems to me that they have the right model.  Free access for casual use and academic study (including "amateur" Egyptologists), but charge for those wishing to publish the material. 

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