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Dipl. Rest. Christina Verbeek | 20.10.2016 | 8669 Aufrufe | 1 | Artikel

The conservation specifities of an archeological site as Karnak

CTT Conference, 11 February 2016 in Luxor | Paper Camille Bourse

As part of this presentation, Camille Bourse would like to show the specificities of an archaeological site as Karnak. So she will present the main questions and difficulties we are facing during…

The conservation specifities of an archeological site as Karnak

Karnak Temples at Luxor

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Dipl. Rest. Christina Verbeek | 13.10.2016 | 4820 Aufrufe | Artikel

Project TT 110 (Tomb of Djehuty)

CTT Conference, 11 February 2016 in Luxor | Paper Khadija Adam – Conservator Manager ARCE Luxor

In October of 2012, conservation work began on Theban Tomb 110 (TT110) associated with the ARCE Conservation Field School. Each season entails a 9 month intense conservation training program…

Project TT 110 (Tomb of Djehuty)

Aerial view of the Valley of the Nobles at Luxor. The houses belong to the village of Al-Qurna. Bottom left: Ramesseum

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Dipl. Rest. Christina Verbeek | 06.10.2016 | 4061 Aufrufe | Artikel

The conservation of the tomb chapel of Sennefer TT 96 A

CTT Conference, 11 February 2016 in Luxor | Paper Hugues Tavier and Bianca Madden

Despite some rare and well-known exceptions, what usually strikes the visitor on entering Theban tombs is the level of the damage, particularly to the painted decoration of their chapels. Since the…

The conservation of the tomb chapel of Sennefer TT 96 A
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Dipl. Rest. Christina Verbeek | 29.09.2016 | 5392 Aufrufe | Artikel

Conservation of Wall Paintings in the Valley of the Queens

CTT Conference, 11 February 2016 in Luxor | Paper Stephen Rickerby and Lori Wong

The Valley of the Queens is mainly associated with one celebrated tomb, that of Queen Nefertari, the favorite wife of Rameses II. This fame is justified by the magnificence of its wall paintings,…

Conservation of Wall Paintings in the Valley of the Queens