Posted by Kate Phizackerley on Thursday, September 06, 2012

There is an update on the Theban Mapping Project site. It is worth reading in its entirety but there are two big news items: Firstly, the project has completed a photographic catalogue of all decorated walls in all Valley of the Kings tombs which will be made available online. That is certainly important both for scholarship and has a record of the Valley of the Kings. Very, very welcome. Secondly, there have cleared a few more rooms in KV5. It's somewhat unclear but the impression is that the extent of the tomb is now probably known. It's also interesting that ushabti from the reigns of Ramses VI or VII have been found. My thanks to Dennis and Bill Sommer.

1 comments:

tim said...

Hi Kate

What an extraordinary accomplishment by the Theban Mapping Project which will no doubt aid Egyptologists and archaeologists long into the future after much of this decoration and graffito vanishes.

Congratulations are definitely due!

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