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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54054
Doc. No:TL24008
Call number:‭3229334‬
Main Entry:Asunta F. Redford
Title & Author:Theban Tomb No. 188 (the tomb of Parennefer): A case study of tomb reuse in the Theban necropolisAsunta F. Redford
College:The Pennsylvania State University
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:495
Abstract:There is substantial evidence from recent archaeological investigations in the Valley of the Nobles, particularly in the vicinity of Deir el Bahari, of secondary interments in the rock-carved sepulchers from the 18th Dynasty on a large scale. Theban Tomb #188, the tomb of the royal butler, Parennefer, is one excellent example that serves as a significant case study. This monument, located in the Assasif region of the ancient Theban necropolis, has been the focus of the author's field research for the past 12 years. The subsequent clearance, documentation and analysis of the structure, its environs and artifactual and human remains forms the basis of this present study. The tomb was built in the first four years of the reign of pharaoh Amenhotep IV/Akhenaten (ca. 1377-1360 B.C.), for the royal butler, Parennefer. A stepped shaft and burial chamber excavated to receive Parennefer's mummy, however, held no remnants of funerary equipment or coffin fragments which could be dated to the 18th Dynasty. Instead, this shaft and burial crypt along with four others which had been excavated through the floor of the hall yielded substantial mortuary material (along with a large number of human remains) which can be stylistically (and prosopographically) linked to the later interments. Oral communication with other archaeologists working in the necropolis and published reports from the last 20 years have confirmed this widespread occurrence. An study of textual evidence from the Old Kingdom through the Ptolemaic Period collated with the archaeological remains of Parennefer's tomb reveals a picture of tomb inheritance and the legal appropriation of monuments (including T.T. 188) in the Theban necropolis.
Subject:Social sciences; Deir el Bahari; Egypt; Eighteenth Dynasty; Necropolis; Parennefer; Theban Tomb No. 188; Tomb reuse; Archaeology; Ancient civilizations; 0579:Ancient civilizations; 0324:Archaeology
Added Entry:B. Halpern
Added Entry:The Pennsylvania State University