The Coregency of Ramses II with Seti I and the Date of the Great Hypostyle Hall at Karnak
Keith C. Seele
Since its publication in 1875, Auguste Mariette’s Karnak: Etude topographique et archeologique was the most complete plan and historical resource for the monuments at Karnak.
In this volume, Keith Seele takes advantage of renovation work at Karnak to study and record aspects of the monuments that were previously inaccessable. The result is a reassessment of the architectural development of Karnak and the succession of kings of Egypt during the New Kingdom.
- Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 19
- Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1940
- Pp. xiii + 95; 23 figures
- Out of Print