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« Un pylône thoutmoside à Médamoud. Résultats des fouilles de 2017-2018 autour du “mur de 9 mètres“ »,

Abstract : Abstract The excavations of the Madamud (Louqsor) mission on the forecourt of the Montou temple, already cleared by Bisson de la Roque between 1929 and 1931 were carried out in 2017-2018. He discovered a ceramic production area and an enclosure wall called the "9m wall". At present, a substantial new supply of archaeological data enables us to go back to the question of dating the stratigraphic relationships of these different structures. Thus, the 9m wall can now be associated with the restoration of the temple carried out during the reign of Thutmes III, which was to serve as the entrance pylon to the temenos. Its erection marked the discontinuation of the ceramic production district located southwest of the Middle Kingdom temple, which was in operation during the 17th and early 18th dynasties. However, the 9m wall was in operation until the Ptolemaic period, and later was levelled in the Augustan period.
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Félix Relats Montserrat, Zulema Barahona Mendieta, Romain Séguier. « Un pylône thoutmoside à Médamoud. Résultats des fouilles de 2017-2018 autour du “mur de 9 mètres“ »,. Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale, Institut français d'archéologie orientale, 2019, p. 273-329. ⟨halshs-02507005⟩

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