NOTES ON THE TOMB-RELIEF OF AMENEMONE FROM DEIR EL- MEDINA IN ALEXANDRIA NATIONAL MUSEUM
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Lecturer of Ancient History, Faculty of arts, New Valley branch, Assiut Univ., Assiut, Egypt
This paper presents notes on the Tomb-Relief of the workman Amenemone, found in Deir el- Medina by "Baraizei''. It is currently in the Alexandria National Museum; it is noted that some researchers were satisfied only with the reference to this relief, where to find it, its owner and what its scenes represent. They have differed in determining where it was found and the identity of its owner till "Kitchen" published notes on it and provided a simple comment on it. This paper aims at adding further notes on this relief, and these notes are divided in to general notes on it, and special linguistic notes of the texts of the relief, especially the religious hymn in the lower register of the relief, which is characterized by a poetic tone.
Tomb-Relief; Amenemone; Kitchen; General notes; Special linguistic notes
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