Monday, July 25, 2005

Current World Archaeology Magazine: KV5
A reminder that Current World Archaeology is due out next month. They are running an article on KV5 in their August/September edition: "Although the entrance has long been known, it was thought to be small and insignificant, and it was only in 1995 that Kent Weeks, professor at the American University in Cairo, discovered the extent of the tomb. In a major article, Current World Archaeology looks at how it was discovered, and who built it, and then at some of the problems of site management in the valley". There's a very nice plan of the tomb on the page, which also shows its relationship to KV6, which runs underneath it.

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