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Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology & the Ancient World
Brown University
Box 1837 / 60 George Street
Providence, RI 02912
Telephone: (401) 863-3188
Fax: (401) 863-9423
[email protected]

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Avaris: note plans of early 18th Dynasty palaces

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Minoan bull-leaping scene from Avaris, still a very international place in the 18th Dynasty

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Karnak temple complex of Amun-Ra (not everything on this plan is 18th Dynasty - some is later and a tiny bit is earlier)

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Amenhotep I statue from Sai Island: the early New Kingdom re-conquest of Nubia

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An early image of Hatshepsut, when she has assumed some aspects of kingship but is still represented as a woman

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Deir el-Bahri plans of the temples of Nebhepetre Montuhotep and Hatshepsut

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A view of Deir el-Bahri

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Scenes related to the Punt expedition carved at Hatshepsut's mortuary temple at Deir el-Bahri

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Divine birth scenes from Hatshepsut's Deir el-Bahri temple

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the Red Chapel at Karnak of Hatshepsut

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Hatshepsut and Thutmose III participating in a festival procession, from the Red Chapel at Karnak

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Axes of procession in Hatshepsut's Thebes

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Thutmose III campaigns in the Levant (I don't have a ton of these images because that was Julia's lecture - don't neglect TIII when studying!)

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Foreign wives of Thutmose III

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Amenhotep II sphinx temple at Giza

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comparative plans of the tombs of Thutmose III and Amenhotep II, Valley of the Kings

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Map of New Kingdom Thebes (note that some of this stuff is later than we've gone in class, so if you don't recognize names, don't worry about it!)

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The sphinx at Giza, with the stela of Thutmose IV nestled between its paws

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Royal women of Thutmose IV: use this to remind yourself of differences in the roles and prominence of royal women over the course of the 18th Dynasty

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Plan of Luxor Temple, terminus of the Opet Festival, largely showing the constructions of Amenhotep III

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Divine conception scene of Amenhotep III from Luxor Temple

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Colossi of Memnon from Amenhotep III's mortuary temple

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Plan of various elements of Malqata, Thebes

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Soleb Temple in Nubia during the reign of Amenhotep III

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Map of the Eastern Mediterranean in the reign of Amenhotep III

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A block from Karnak, carved during the reign of Amenhotep IV

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Plan of the city of Amarna in Middle Egypt

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Tutankhamun, dwarfed by Amun

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Restoration stela of Tutankhamun

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Horemheb with some major gold of valor from his private tomb at Saqqara

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Horemheb as king with Amun