Unter dem Siegel der Nekropole 5

Unter dem Siegel der Nekropole 5 : The Lost Tombs of the Last Pharaohs & Meta-database of cranial measurements from Ancient Egypt and Nubia

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Under the Seal of the Necropolis (Unter dem Siegel der Nekropole) Vol. 5
Andrew M. Chugg: The Lost Tombs of the Last Pharaohs
This study presents a fascinating analysis of where the tombs of the kings of the 30th Dynasty may be found (Nectanebo I, Teos (Djedhor) and Nectanebo II). Furthermore, a fresh connection between the sarcophagus of Nectanebo II (now in London) and the Star-Shield block in Venice is made, showing that these funerary encasements may once have formed an ensemble. In this double sarcophagus the mummy of Alexander the Great may once have been buried. The new evidence presented may confirm that the remains supposed to be those of St Mark the Evangelist lying within a coffin in the high altar of St Mark's in Venice are actually the bones of Alexander the Great.

Michael E. Habicht: The cranial data base of Ancient Egypt
The material collection analyses one of the most comprehensive anthropological data collections from Ancient Egypt and Nubia, based on the meta-analysis of old reports, studies and new measurements.
-Including a new database (creative commons) via Internet access
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  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 148 x 210 x 6mm | 195g
  • English
  • 9783750273368

About Andrew M. Chugg

Chugg, Andrew M.
Andrew Michael Chugg read Natural Sciences at Trinity College in the University of Cambridge in the UK, graduating with honours. He is the author of a number of papers on Alexander the Great published in ancient history and classics journals, such as Greece & Rome and the Ancient History Bulletin. He has appeared as an Alexander expert on BBC Radio and in several National Geographic TV documentaries. He has also written various books, including The Quest for the Tomb of Alexander the Great and Alexander's Lovers. In 2017 he presented a paper on Disease and the Death of Alexander the Great at the Disease in the Ancient World symposium hosted by Green Templeton College in the University of Oxford. The author has chosen not to reveal any personal data. The birthyear 1970 is fictional.

Habicht, Michael E.
Dr. Michael E. Habicht, studierte Klassische Archäologie und Ägyptologie den Universitäten Zürich und Basel. Er hat sich auf das Neue Reich, die Königsgräber und Unterweltsbücher, sowie auf die Zeit von Echnaton, Nofretete und Tutanchamun spezialisiert. Dr. Michael E. Habicht, studied Classical Archaeology and Egyptology at the Universities of Zurich and Basel. He specialized in the New Kingdom, the royal tombs and underworld books, as well as in the time of Akhenaton, Nefertiti and Tutankhamun. He is Senior Research Fellow (Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia) Homepage: https://www.michaelhabicht.info/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michael.e.habicht/ Academia: https://flinders.academia.edu/MichaelEHabicht
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