Sethos 4. The Temple of King Sethos I at Abydos, Volume IV: The Second Hypostyle Hall
Copied by Amice M. Calverley, with the assistance of Myrtle F. Broome, and edited by Alan H. Gardiner
The area covered by the eighty plates of the present volume is the Second Hypostyle. The Second or Inner Hypostyle Hall differs from its eastern neighbor by having had its roof supported by three instead of two rows of twelve columns each, with the resultant west-east measurement of fifteen-and-a-half meters in place of eleven. It also marks the limit of the full decoration in the easterly direction completed by Seti I during his lifetime and left intact, or nearly so, by his son and successor Ramesses II.
- Sethos 4. The Temple of King Sethos I at Abydos, Volume IV: The Second Hypostyle Hall
- Joint Publication of the Egypt Exploration Society (Architectural Survey) and the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
- London: The Egypt Exploration Society; Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 1958
- Pp. xviii; 80 pls.
- Out of Print
Revised: December 20, 2012