1898-99 Deir el-Bahri

Type of fieldwork: 
Excavation
Illustration and Recording
Season summary: 

The seson concentrated on the recording and copying the Temple of Hatshepsut's relief decoration and by restroring and consolidating architectural elements of the building. The lack of a roof meant that several limestone blocks cracked and some of the painted decoration was damaged on account of rain. 

Relevant archive holdings: 
London, Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
Relevant publications: 

Clarke, Somers. 1899. The temple of Deir el Bahari. Archaeological Report (1898-1899), 4.

Additional archive material: 
London, Lucy Gura Archive, Egypt Exploration Society; Oxford, Griffith Institute, University of Oxford
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