Monday, March 22, 2010

Real Egyptian Tomb Maps

More web research today turned up Friesian.com's Egyptian tomb maps... Maybe you'll also find them of interest or inspiration. I zipped them up for downloading here.

Copyrighted maps, with rights reserved, but permission to reuse for "any non-commercial educational, scholarly, and personal purposes, including reposting, with links to the original page, on the internet."

5 comments:

JDJarvis said...

Have you seen this site?

http://www.thebanmappingproject.com/

Risus Monkey said...

JDJarvis beat me to the punch. I was just about to suggest that site. It's awesome.

ze bulette said...

Excellent! Thanks

squidman said...

This takes me back to the painful times of my archeology studies...

mikemonaco said...

Great stuff. The "wells" near the entrances are apparently to divert flash floods. The Egyptian tomb-builders actually thought about the once-a-100-years possibility of flooding in the desert. Huh.

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