The British Museum epigraphic survey at Tombos: the stela of Usersatet and Hekaemsasen

W. Vivian Davies

As reported in BMSAES 10, the British Museum is carrying out an epigraphic survey of the pharaonic rock-inscriptions at the site of Tombos in the Northern Sudan. In 2008, the work was devoted to a group of inscriptions located on the east bank of the Nile.

One of the main results of the season is published here. A new record of a stela representing two senior officials of the reign of King Amenhotep II of Dynasty 18.  The paper considers the significance of the stela and publishes other related  monuments.

The British Museum epigraphic survey at Tombos: the stela of Usersatet and Hekaemsasen

To reference this article we suggest:

Davies, W.V. 2009. The British Museum epigraphic survey at Tombos: the stela of Usersatet and Hekaemsasen. BMSAES 14, 25–50. http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/online_journals/bmsaes/issue_14/davies.aspx

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egyptian@britishmuseum.org