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La chapelle-reposoir de barque de Philippe Arrhidée à Karnak I. Relevé épigraphique ; II. Relevé photographique (Arrhidée, nos 1-209)

Abstract : The monument known as Philip Arrhidaeus’ bark-shrine is the granite chapel built in the central area of the Temple of Amun-Re in Karnak. As a permanent resting place for the divine bark, it is located at the same place as the bark-shrine of Thutmose III, inserted into the complex of the “Palace of Maat” built during the reign of Hatshepsut. Cleared and partially rebuilt by Georges Legrain at the beginning of the 20th century, the chapel was restored and its colors fixed during work undertaken by the CFEETK in 1992-1993. With the resumption of the epigraphic and photographic survey programme (2010-2017), the long-awaited publication of this emblematic monument built in the heart of Ipet-sut can now be proposed.
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Christophe Thiers, Charlie Labarta, Anaïs Tillier. La chapelle-reposoir de barque de Philippe Arrhidée à Karnak I. Relevé épigraphique ; II. Relevé photographique (Arrhidée, nos 1-209). 2020, Bibliothèque Générale 60, 9782724707700. ⟨halshs-03080071⟩

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