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Pyramid causeway in the Old Kingdom: evolution of the architecture and definition of the relief decoration program

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Název:
Pyramid causeway in the Old Kingdom: evolution of the architecture and definition of the relief decoration program
Název v češtině:
Pyramidová vzestupná cesta ve Staré Říši: vývoj architektury a definice reliéfního výzdobného programu
Typ:
Disertační práce
Autor:
Tárek Mohamed El - Awadí, M.A.
Školitel:
prof. PhDr. Miroslav Verner, DrSc.
Oponenti:
prof. Miroslav Bárta, Dr.
prof. PhDr. Petr Charvát, DrSc.
Id práce:
102870
Fakulta:
Filozofická fakulta (FF)
Pracoviště:
Český egyptologický ústav (21-CEGU)
Program studia:
Historické vědy (P7105)
Obor studia:
Egyptologie (XEGY)
Přidělovaný titul:
Ph.D.
Datum obhajoby:
27. 6. 2006
Výsledek obhajoby:
Prospěl/a
Jazyk práce:
Angličtina
Abstract v angličtině:
In the spring of 1994, an unexpected discovery to the North of the upper part of Sahure's causeway changed the long established belief that the mortuary complex of Sahure was excavated completely by L. Borchardt.1 Four huge limestone blocks decorated in basrelief of the highest quality bearing unique polychrome scenes were discovered during that spring, proving Borchardt's excavations of Sahure's complex were incomplete. These four blocks were evidence that more decorated blocks and fragments were still under the masses of sand surrounding the upper part of the causeway which had never been investigated by Borchardt? This surprising discovery was the result of cleaning being done in the area in preparation to open the Abusir necropolis for tourists. The work was under the supervision of Zahi Hawass. Hawass stopped the work at Abusir and reburied the blocks after they were photographed and drawn with the help of the Czech mission working at Abusir. Only a preliminary report was published by Zahi Hawass and Miroslav Verner to present the discovery to scholars.3 In their report, a survey of the causeways from royal funerary complexes was performed to alert scholars that many causeways are partially or completely unexcavated and need to be given more attention.4 In 2002, the present author was trusted by Hawass not only to publish the newly discovered four blocks from Sahure's causeway but also to run an excavation on both sides of the upper part of the causeway and to publish both, Hawass's excavation and the author's excavation, in this research.I.l State of the Research on the Old Kingdom Royal Tombs Excavators' pickaxes and research are incessantly providing new material and evidence to the subject, deepening the knowledge of royal mortuary complexes of the Old Kingdom, however, it is also generally accepted that scholars are still very far from solving all the problems connected with these structures. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
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