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Lost LABYRINTH Of Egypt Scanned


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« Reply #45 on: September 30, 2008, 08:18:05 pm »











4.3 Other Models and Artefacts from Hawara

There are several important finds excavated in Hawara other than the Labyrinth. We have modelled some of the structures, including the pyramid itself, and have also included other relevant information in our Web interface. The following highlights some of the more significant contents.

Figure 5 shows its internal structure at the centre of which lie the sarcophagi of King Amenemhat III and his daughter. The figure also shows a group of 12th dynasty century tomb chapels later constructed towards the back of the pyramid. One of the smallest yet best-recorded tombs is that of a woman named Satrenenutet. The surviving finds from her tomb are preserved in the Petrie Museum, and the notebook and publication permit a reconstruction of the original appearance (Figure 6).

 






Figure 5. A 3D model of the internal structure of
the Hawara pyramid
(measurements taken from Petrie 1889).




 



Figure 6. A 3D model of the tomb of Satrenenutet
(12th dynasty).

The artefacts are preserved at the Petrie Museum.
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