Update on the excavations in the Funerary Complex of Harwa (TT 37) and Akhimenru (TT 404) at Luxor and discussion about archaism and innovation features displayed by the decoration of the Cenotaph of Harwa seen like a key-monument of the so-called “Pharaonic Renaissance” (7th Century BC).

The cenotaph of Harwa: archaism and innovation

TIRADRITTI, FRANCESCO
2013

Abstract

Update on the excavations in the Funerary Complex of Harwa (TT 37) and Akhimenru (TT 404) at Luxor and discussion about archaism and innovation features displayed by the decoration of the Cenotaph of Harwa seen like a key-monument of the so-called “Pharaonic Renaissance” (7th Century BC).
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