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Atlas of the Valley of the Kings Paperback – Nov 15 2003

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Kent Weeks is Professor of Egyptology at the American University in Cairo. He has worked in the Valley of the Kings for more than thirty years and is director of the Theban Mapping Project, which has been surveying, photographing, and collecting historical data on the monuments in the Valley of the Kings and the Theban Necropolis. The Project to completely map KV5 continues as does its excavation. Under the direction of Dr. Weeks, the Project is also developing an archaeological database that will help ensure the protection of the monuments of ancient Thebes.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
What a resource! Oct. 5 2005
By T. Sawyer - Published on
What a wonderful study edition helping you to examine the tombs in the Valley of the Kings in a more scrutinious manner. It gives you every single tomb with images from different angles. Of course, there is a whole collection of maps in one edition, but this edition comprises all this in a book. It's amazing.
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Great Guide!!!!! March 15 2006
By Richard Blake - Published on
This guide is easy to use and allows the user to examine the tombs of the Valley of the Kings from different angles. The guide provides maps for all of tombs with the exception of the tomb discovered in early February 2006 (KV 63). A great resourse for anyone interested in the Valley of the Kings!!!
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Atlas of the valley of the kings Sept. 11 2012
By Diane M. Hagner - Published on
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this book is amazing - has all the images and architectural plans for all the tombs mapped by the Theban Mapping Project - is essential for any library of Egyptoploy books
The atlas is useful for understanding the layout of each tomb and its ... Oct. 7 2015
By John C. - Published on
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This is a very large format set of diagrams in a GBC binding. The book is so tall it will not fit on any shelf upright and requires storage in a map case or atlas shelf.

The diagrams are Spartan in design. In the beginning of the book are maps showing the location of the tombs and the rest are isometric drawings of the tombs showing the rooms and corridors in an idealized fashion. The atlas is useful for understanding the layout of each tomb and its location in the necrovalley. There is lots of empty space in the diagrams, so much so that you could use the atlas as a scrapbook or notebook if you were doing research in the valley.
Beyond my belief! Feb. 27 2014
By Charlie - Published on
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Wonderful Atlas. Large, very large. My biggest problem was finding a place to store it when not in use. Wonderful work and intricate detail of the tombs. My son has been to Egypt, but I am not able to do so and this just helps me to see for myself. There is also a terrific online tool we have been given access to as well.