Categorizing archaeological finds: the funerary material of Queen Hetepheres I at Giza

Munch, Hans-Hubertus
December 2000
Antiquity;Dec2000, Vol. 74 Issue 286, p898
Academic Journal
Focuses on the categorization of archaeological remains and interpretation of the Queen Hetepheres tomb. Unique features of the tomb; Implications of the absence of mummy; Possible difficulties with the deposit hypothesis.


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