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The reliefs of the chapel of Nebhepetre Mentuhotep at Gebelein
Elisa Fiore Marochetti
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Elisa Fiore Marochetti ; translated by Kenneth Hurry|
|Series||Culture and history of the ancient Near East -- v. 39|
|LC Classifications||DT73.G42 M37 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009046094|
Marochetti, F. The Temple of Nebhepetra Mentuhotep at Gebelein, Preliminary Report. In Des Neferkare aux Montouhotep, ed. L. Pantalacci and C. Berger el-Naggar. Pp. Lyon: Maison de TOrient et de la Mediterranee. The Reliefs of the Chapel of Nebhepetre Mentuhotep at Gebelein (CGT U). Leiden: Brill. Moeller, N. . The mortuary temple of Hatshepsut (c/ B.C.E.) dates from the New Kingdom. It nestles at the foot of the cliffs in a natural "bay" on the West Bank of Luxor. This area had long been sacred to the goddess Hathor and was the site of the earlier mortuary temple and tomb of King Nebhepetre Mentuhotep (c B.C.E.) of the Middle.
Nebhepetre Mentuho-tep ll who succeeded in unif ying the fragments of Egypt into a new whole' This opinion was shared by the ancient Egyptians themselves. In a temple inscription of the 19th Dynasty, the names of Menes of the First Dynasty, Nebhepetre Mentuhotep of the 11th Dynasty, and Ahmose of the 18th Dynasty are. Nomen: Mentuhotep Son of: Mentuhotep Nebhepetre Mentuhotep III (actually, the second Mentuhotep of the Middle Kingdom and sometimes referred to as Mentuhotep II), benefited from a strong and flourishing country upon the death of his father, Mentuhotep II. He used this to good advantage, though by the time he took the throne of Egypt in about.
Reference: Fiore Marochetti, Elisa, The reliefs of the chapel of Nebhepetre Mentuhotep at Gebelein, Culture and History of the Ancient Near East, Boston, , p # Ali_Hussein_Egyptologist # Ali_Hussein # Museum # Egypt # Cairo # Egyptian_Museum # Stay_home # Stay_safe # quarantine # Stayathome # Covid_19 # Coronavirus # _nCov /5(30). Mentuhotep II was the son of the third wife Intef Intef third for owners of investment, which may also be his sister's accounts. Nowhere is this lineage by the witness of Henenu (Cairo 36 ), an official who served under Intef second, third Intef with a son, and that determines a witness as Horus nights ankh- [IB-t3wy], the first Mentuhotep II Horus name.
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: The Reliefs of the Chapel of Nebhepetra Mentuhotep at Gebelein (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East) (): Marochetti: BooksAuthor: Elisa Fiore Marochetti.
In Ernesto Schiaparelli, along with the Italian Archaeological Mission on behalf of the Regio Museo di Antichità Egizie, excavated the area where, during the Eleventh Dynasty, King Nebhepetre Mentuhotep erected a chapel to the goddess Hathor Author: Elisa Fiore Marochetti.
This chapter presents a set of fragmentary limestone reliefs from the site of Gebelein in Upper Egypt, belonging to a temple built during the reign of Nebhepetre Mentuhotep. On the left bank of the Nile, about 28 km south of Thebes, the vast desert plain uplifts to form two low hills.
This book is printed on acid-free paper. Library of Congress Cataloging-in Publication data Fiore Marochetti, Elisa. The reliefs of the chapel of Nebhepetre Mentuhotep at Gebelein / by Elisa Fiore Marochetti ; translated by Kenneth Hurry. — (Culture and history of the ancient Near East ; v.
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the temple of nebhepetre mentuhotep at gebelein The renewal brought by the reunification also brought the influence of the Memphite school, producing a visible change, for example, in the flatter or less deeply-cut reliefs, the hands become more flexible, the Author: Elisa Fiore Marochetti.
Mentuhotep II was the son of Intef III and Intef III's wife Iah who may also have been his sister. This lineage is demonstrated by the stele of Henenu (Cairo ), an official who served under Intef II, Intef III and his son, which the stele identifies as Horus s-ankh-[ib-t3wy],   Mentuhotep II's first Horus name.
As for Iah, she bore the title of mwt-nswt, "King's mother". . The Reliefs of the Chapel of Nebhepetra Mentuhotep at Gebelein (CGT /), Leiden-Boston Matouk F.S., Corpus des scarabée égyptien. Les scarabées royaux, Beyrouth Mentuhotep II initiated a number of building projects, including in the areas of el-Kab, Gebelein, Tod, Deir el-Ballas, Dendera, Karnak, Abydos, Aswan and Armant.
His greatest building work, however, was his temple and tomb on the west bank at Thebes (Modern Luxor). "King Nebhepetre Mentuhotep, often referred to as Mentuhotep II, was revered by the Egyptians as the ruler who reunited Egypt after an era of disunity known as the First Intermediate period.
Mentuhotep II was the founder of the Middle Kingdom. He built his mortuary temple at Deir el-Bahri in western Thebes, where this relief was uncovered. The chapel shows high reliefs including the titles of Nebhepetre Mentuhotep II (reigned ca. BC – BC), the first pharaoh of the Middle Kingdom.
According to the Minister, the importances of this discovery as the rare antiquities of Mentuhotep II in Abydos as only few blocks were found in Kom El Sultan necropolis at Abydos. Mentuhotep II commanded the construction of many temples though few survive to this day.
Well preserved is a funerary chapel found in at Abydos. Most of the other temple remains are also located in Upper Egypt, more precisely in Abydos, Aswan, Tod, Armant, Gebelein, Elkab, Karnak and Denderah.
Consort: Tem, Neferu II, Ashayet, Henhenet. Gebelein is an archaeological site located about 32 kilometers south of Luxor (ancient Thebes) on the western bank of the Nile (The archaeological site is actually known as Naga el-Gherira).There are two hills at the site that give it its Arabic name of Gebelein, as well as its ancient Egyptian name of Inr-ti, meaning "two rocks".
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Mentuhotep II. Nebhepetre, Během své vlády podnikal Mentuhotep nájezdy do Núbie, která se na konci Staré říše vymanila z egyptské nadvlády. ↑ Marochetti, E. The reliefs of the chapel of Nebhepetre Mentuhotep at Gebelein. Leiden – Boston. Nebhepetre Mentuhotep. He erected a chapel for her at Gebelein, where on two blocks the description "Son of Hathor, Mother of Den-dereh," was added to his cartouche.9 Hathor of Dendereh also figured prominently in the re-liefs and inscriptions of Nebhepetre 's funerary temple King Nebhepetre Mentuhotep was also clearly.
Archaeologists from the Ministry of Antiquities and Heritage (MAH) in Egypt made a significant discovery when they unearthed an ancient Egyptian chapel carved out of limestone, which dates back to the 11 th Dynasty ( BC), according to a news report in Ahram l analyses of the hieroglyphic text engraved on the chapel wall suggests that it belongs to King Mentuhotep.
The Reliefs of the Chapel of Nebhepetre Mentuhotep at Gebelein (CGT /1–). Leiden: Brill. Moeller, N. The First Intermediate Period: A Time of Famine and Climate Change. Ägypten & Levante – Moers, G. The Interplay of Reenactment and Memory in the Complaints of Khakheperreseneb.
Lingua Aegyptia –. The “White Chapel” of Senwosret I: 12th dynasty, built of the white limestone from Toura; found in the filling material of the pylon of Amenhotep III and reconstructed. In addition, statues, obelisks and other structures were erected.
An example of this is the famed ‘white chapel’ of Senwosret I, constructed solely for his : Amber Dragon.(Nebhepetre) King BC. Nebhepetre Mentuhotep II had a successful and impressive reign and later came to be regarded as the pharaoh who had reunited Egypt after the troubles and dissension of the First Intermediate Period.
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