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Harris, “Kiya,” CdE 49 (1974), p. 30 n. 6. See also Redford, JARCE 12 (1975), p. 12; G. Robins, “ mt nsw wrt Meritaton,” GM 52 (1981), pp. 75-81. S. Pendlebury, The City of Akhenaten, Part I: Excavations of 1921 and 1922 at El- Amarneh, EEM 38 (London: EES, 1923), pp. 148-56. Of 79 instances, Pendlebury recorded 25 with the early name and 64 with the later name (in 10 instances the early name was changed to the later). The blocks from Hermopolis show a similar ratio (23 early vs. 55 late): Roeder, Amarna-Reliefs aus Hermopolis, pls.
La numérotation des colonnes utilisée ici est celle de G. Legrain, Les temples de Karnak (Bruxelles : Vromant, 1929, p. H. Nelson, Key Plans showing Locations of Theban Temples Decorations, OIP 56 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1941), pl. III. 5 Cf. M. Azim, « La structure des pylônes d’Horemheb à Karnak », Karnak 7 (Paris : ERC, 1982), p. 127-134. 22 michel azim et vincent rondot Fig. 1. Plan du magasin SB au sud de la salle hypostyle (relevé V. Rondot, mai 1983). hypostyle à son état actuel, et de chercher à établir ce qu’il s’est passé entre l’effondrement du IIe pylône et la constitution du magasin d’architraves SB.
132 n. 1059); the long inscription on the side of the lid reconstructed on Gabolde’s pl. 17b could have turned the corner at each end (cf. his pl. 17a) on the shorter lid of a canopic chest. 44 Martin, Royal Tomb II, pp. 43-45, pls. 63-65. 45 Martin, Royal Tomb II, pls. 63-64; Fig. 6 here is reproduced from Martin’s pl. 63. The name in the first column ended in the determinative of a seated person. Gabolde, D’Akhenaton à Toutânkhamon, pp. 118-19, has interpreted the t before this sign as the feet of a quail-chick w, but Martin’s pl.