Kom Firin I:

the Ramesside temple and the site survey

Neal Spencer with a contribution by Květa Smoláriková

British Museum Research Publication 170
ISBN 978-086159-170-1
© The Trustees of the British Museum 2008

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The first monograph on British Museum fieldwork at Kom Firin in Egypt’s Nile Delta, a settlement created around the time of Ramses II, and occupied until late Antiquity.

This volume focuses on the survey and remote sensing of the site, along with a full publication of the Ramesside temple, and a consideration of the adjacent cemetery (Silvagou).

 The Ramesside temple and the site survey 

Figures

 Figures 1 – 2 

Figures 3 – 51 

Colour plates

 Plates 1 – 25 

 Plates 26 – 73 

 Plates 74 – 95 

 Plates 96 – 133 

 Plates 134 – 167 

 Plates 168 – 252 

 Plates 253 – 265 

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View of the south-eastern part of Kom Firin, looking north

View of the south-eastern part of Kom Firin, looking north