The Tomb of Three Foreign Wives of Tuthmosis III - Lilyquist, Christine; Hoch, James E.; Peden, A.J. - Yale University Press
- Related Categories
- Art and Architecture
Published in association with The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Tomb of Three Foreign Wives of Tuthmosis III
Christine Lilyquist; With contributions by James E. Hoch and A.J. Peden
Available only as Print on Demand.
This book results from a collaborative effort to reconstruct the 15th-century bc tomb of three foreign wives of Tuthmosis III, discovered and robbed by villagers near Luxor in 1916. A general account was published by Herbert Winlock in 1948 (The Treasure of Three Egyptian Princesses, New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art). The present volume differs substantially in the type and extent of documentation provided and in interpretation.
Verification is provided of tomb provenance for a number of objects, for example, while other objects previously thought to have come from the tomb are now considered forgeries. The text explores and documents the location of the tomb in the southwest valleys at Thebes; field work conducted by The Metropolitan Museum of Art at the site in 1988; art market finds alleged to have come from the tomb; and the names of the foreign wives and the life they might have led.
(This title was originally published in 2003/04.)
Christine Lilyquist is Lila Acheson Wallace Curator of Egyptology at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
OTHER TITLES BY THIS AUTHOR
TITLES IN RELATED CATEGORIES