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The Speos Artemidos Inscription of Hatshepsut and Related Discussions
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Fakhry, Ahmed, A new speos from the reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmosis III at Beni-Hasan, In: Annales du Service des Antiquités de l’Égypte, Issue 39 (), S. – ; Gardiner, Alan Henderson, Davies’s copy of the great Speos Artemidos inscription, In: Journal of Egyptian Archaeology Issue 32 (), S. 43 – CRYPTOGRAM URAEUS FRIEZE IN THE HATSHEPSUT TEMPLE AT DEIR EL-BAHARI containing the uraeus cryptogram’,15 ‘frise-rébus au nom de mAat-kA-ra’ The cryptogram itself might have also been termed ‘rébus pour le nom de couronnement de la reine Hat-shepsout’17 or ‘Anaglyphe für den Thronnamen’ Several proposals were given concerning a proper .
Interlude: Hatshepsut’s Writings. A short break from the narrative history, as we dive deep into the texts of Hatshepsut’s Punt Expedition, and the historical narrative from her temple in Middle Egypt, the Speos Artemidos. The great ships (Naville). Fish of the Red Sea (Saint Louis Community College). Related Flashcards. name stones inscriptions: discovered in the foundations of some buildings Statues Graffiti: at excavation sites Reliefs and inscriptions: on temple walls Autobiographical texts: in tombs of officials. On a facade of Speos Artemidos, what did Hatshepsut claim to have done? she claimed to have.
Abstract. Various attempts have been made to ascribe the story of the Exodus to a particular time and place. The most common proposal is to place the Exodus just before the period of the Judges and the United Monarchy at the time of the collapse of Egyptian power around BC, with Moses and his followers taking the opportunity to flee Egypt then (or in one version, leave the Cited by: 3. Divine Birth inscription naming Hatshepsut "Hatshepsut shall be the name of this my daughter, whom I have placed in thy body My soul is hers, my bounty is hers, my crown is hers, that she may rule the Two lands." Speos Artemidos - warrior "I was foretold for a period of years as a born conqueror" Bradley - Assessment building program.
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The Speos Artemidos inscription of Hatshepsut and related discussions. [Hans Goedicke] The Speos Artemidos text of Hatshepsut; General discussion; Commentary; Running translation; Stylistic comments; The historical significance of the text; Related discussions; Tuthmosis III's early years; Comments on the Tomb of the Great Herald Antef (TT.
The Speos Artemidos (Grotto of Artemis) is an archaeological site in Egypt. It is located about 2 km south of the Middle Kingdom tombs at Beni Hasan, and about 28 km south of Al Minya. Today, the site is a small village known as Istabl Antar. There are two temples here, both of which are dedicated to Pakhet.
The Speos Artemidos Inscription of Hatshepsut The following translation is adapted from that made available in the following article: James P. Allen, “The Speos Artemidos Inscription of Hatshepsut”, Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar 16 (), pp, pls.1+2. Hatshepsut, Queen of Egypt.
Inscriptions, Egyptian. Egypt -- History -- Eighteenth dynasty, ca. B.C. Contents. Machine derived contents note: Contents Preface vii The Speos Artemidos Text of Hatshepsut 1 General Discussion 3 The Introduction 3 Section One 6 Section Two 9 Section Three 11 Section Four 14 Section Five The Speos Artemidos (this is a Greek name, roughly meaning "Grotto of Artemis" (Artemis is a Greek god) is a rock-cut temple dedicated to the goddess Pakhet ("she who scratches"), although other deities appear in : Stuart Tyler.
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Main Navigation. -- Book on the theme: Hans Goedicke, The Speos Artemidos Inscription of Hatshepsut and Related Discussions, Baltimore, The Poetical Stela of Thutmosis III (CG ) date: dyn. 18, reign of Thutmosis III-- Photograph in: Kurt Lange, Max Hirmer, Ägypten, München,pl.
(German translation, pp. )-- Hieroglyphic text in: Urk. DAVIES'S COPY OF THE GREAT SPEOS ARTEMIDOS INSCRIPTION By ALAN H.
GARDINER DURING the last months of N. de G. Davies's life considerable time was devoted by him to preparing for this Journal an edition of the famous inscription that Queen Hashepsowe caused to be carved high up on the faqade of her temple at Speos Artemi-dos.
Inscription,"y?A 32 (); Hans Goedicke, The Speos Artemidos Inscription of Hatshepsut and Related Discussions (Baltimore, ). 9 Alan H. Gardiner et al., The Inscriptions of the Sinai I, EM 45 (plates) (London, ); Alan H.
Gardiner et ai, The Inscrip tions of the Sinai II, EM 45 (text) (London, ). Hatshepsut, female king of Egypt (reigned in her own right circa –58 BCE) who attained unprecedented power for a woman, adopting the full titles and regalia of a pharaoh. She began as a conventional regent for her stepson, Thutmose III, but, by the seventh year of his reign, she had become the dominant coruler.
Abstract. This chapter surveys in a brief and introductory manner the scholarly views regarding the dating of the Exodus described in the Hebrew Bible, including especially the “traditional” 18th dynasty date (ca. BCE) and the current “consensus” 19th dynasty date (ca.
BCE), but touching also on other Exodus dates advocated from ca. BCE through ca. : Lawrence T. Geraty, Lawrence T. Geraty. The Speos Artemidos Inscription of Hatshepsut and Related Discussions by Hans Goedicke it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published The Speos Artemidos (Grotto of Artemis) is an archaeological site in is located about 2 km south of the Middle Kingdom tombs at Beni Hasan, and about 28 km south of Althe site is a small village known as Istabl Antar.
There are two temples here, both of which are dedicated to are cut out of the rock into the cliffs on the eastern side of the Nile.Hatshepsut had the expedition commemorated in relief at Deir el-Bahari, which is also famous for its realistic depiction of the Queen of the Land of Punt, Queen Ati.
The Puntite Queen is portrayed as relatively tall and her physique was generously proportioned, with large breasts and rolls of fat on her t: Thutmose II.