Monthly Archives: December 2015

From Gamhoud to the World (Conclusion)

I underestimated the length of Kamal’s article when I started translating it. However, if you managed to soldier through it, you probably had a few questions. Here were some that I’ll be pursuing: What does the fish above the mummy … Continue reading

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Excavations at Gamhoud, Part II

The following is the second part of a translation of Fouilles à Gamhoud by Ahmed bey Kamal:1) Kamal, A. “Fouilles à Gamhoud”. Annales du Service des Antiquitiés de l’Egypte. 9:1 (1908): 8-30. Online. I: Coffins The number of coffins collected … Continue reading

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Excavations at Gamhoud, Part I

Excavations at Gamhoud Kamal, A. “Fouilles à Gamhoud”. Annales du Service des Antiquitiés de l’Egypte. 9:1 (1908): 8-30. Online. Ahmed bey Kamal, translated from French by K M Johnston. We know that almost all the museums of Europe have undertaken, … Continue reading

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Return to Gamhoud

A few of you who know me know that I am a graduate student, and my foreign language exam for my Master’s degree is quickly approaching. In order to practice my French, I’ve decided to revisit an article that I … Continue reading

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