Posted by Kate Phizackerley on Monday, February 21, 2011

I don't believe I have promoted this site before.  As the site says:

The excavation, restoration, conservation and site management of the Temple of Thutmosis III, in Luxor’s West Bank first began in 2008 through a collaborative project between the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquity and the Academy of Fine Arts, Seville-Spain.

The team is directed by Dr. Myriam Seco Álvarez and Dr. Atia Radwan. Both coordinate the investigations at the Temple of Millions of Years, built by a pharaoh considered to be the “Napoleon” of Ancient Egypt and among the most important pharaohs of the New Kingdom.
The site has some background on the project and an update for the winter 2010 season which was completed in December.


Stuart Tyler said...

Thanks for the info Kate. Should be a good read.


John B said...

There are two temples on the site from older excavation/clearance reports. The second was dedicated to Hathor and had appropriately headed columns at the entrance. The team seem to be undertaking extensive restorations: will there be a museum as at the Merneptah Temple does anyone know?


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