Previously unpublished, the Danish Lot of antiquities from the Tomb of the Priests of Amun (Bab el-Gasus) is thoroughly examined in this book. The in-depth analysis of the objects is followed by an assessment of how these objects were crafted, designed, used and recycled in the Theban necropolis, a procedure that not only reveals to be instrumental in the dating of the objects, as it sheds light into the extraordinary dynamics of funerary workshops during the 21st Dynasty.
The volume also examines the arrival of the Lot and its reception in Denmark.
Rogério Sousa, Ph.D. (2006), University of Porto, is Professor of Egyptology at the University of Lisbon. He edited the book The Tomb of the Priests of Amun: The burial assemblages in the Egyptian Museum in Florence (Brill, 2018).
Anne Haslund Hansen, Ph.D. (2012), is a Senior Researcher and curator at the Collection of Classical and near Eastern Antiquities at the National Museum of Denmark. She has written several books and articles on the Enlightenment traveler Carsten Niebuhr.
All libraries and/or Institutes of Egyptology as well as researchers working on Egyptian antiquities and museum professionals.