Abusir : Realm of Osiris
American Univ in Cairo Press, 2002 - 248 trang
At the center of the world-famous pyramid field of the Memphite necropolis there lies a group of pyramids, temples, and tombs named after the nearby village of Abusir. Long overshadowed by the more familiar pyramids at Giza and Saqqara, this area has nonetheless been the site, for the last forty years, of an extensive operation to discover its past.
This book documents the uncovering by a team of Czech archaeologists of a hitherto neglected wealth of ancient remains dating from the Old Kingdom to the Late Period. This is Abusir, realm of Osiris, God of the dead, and its story is one of both modern archaeology and the long-buried mysteries that it seeks to uncover.
Drawing on his own experience as well as the full range of historical material from early excavations, Dr. Verner brings to life a world as distant in time as its uncovered remains are immediate and striking.
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CHAPTERI In the Shadow of Memphis
Abusirthe Rise of a Royal Necropolis
Under the Sign of the Sun
The Royal Mother
The Secret of the Unfinished Pyramid
The Testimony of the Papyrus Archives
The Dazzling Career of the Royal Hairdresser
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Abu Ghurab Abusir cemetery Abusir papyri Abusir pyramids alabaster Ancient Egyptian archaeological archaeologists Borchardt building built burial chamber causeway centimeters columns construction corner courtyard Czech team Dahshur desert discovered discovery Djedkare Early Dynastic eastern Egyptian Museum Egyptologists enclosure wall excavations expedition false door Fifth Dynasty Fourth Dynasty fragments funerary Giza inscriptions Kaaper Kamil Vodera Khentkaus II Khentkaus's king's layer Lepsius limestone limestone blocks low relief lufaa's mastaba mastaba of Ptahshepses Memphis Memphite necropolis meters Milan Zemina monument mortuary cult mortuary temple mud brick Museum in Cairo necropolis Neferefre Neferefre's mortuary temple Neferirkare's pyramid Nile Valley Niuserre North Saqqara obelisk Old Kingdom pharaoh priests Ptah Ptahshepses pyra pyramid complex pyramid temple red granite reign relief decoration ruler Sahure Sahure's pyramid sand Saqqara sarcophagus shaft tomb Shepseskaf Sneferu South Abusir statues stone sun temple temple archive throne tomb complex underground Unfinished Pyramid Userkaf's sun temple valley temple