Recent Activities in South Asasif Part 1

South Asasif Conservation Project Blog

The team of the South Asasif Conservation Project is continuing work in several areas of the site. Excavation work at the entrance area of the tomb of Karakhamun has revealed the foundations of one of the pylons and enclosure wall of the tomb. John Billman and Hassan Mohamed Ali are supervising the work and recording the results.


Erhart Graefe is working on the identification of the fragments of the Stundenritual texts to prepare the reconstruction of the northern pillars of the First Pillared Hall. The necessity to   sort thousands of fragments does not  make the task easy.


Katherine Blakeney is always ready to climb any mountain or block of limestone to find a good camera angle.


Here is John Billman multitasking again and spending his break registering newly found pieces of cartonnage.


More tomorrow on the rest of the team.

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About JoNeaIsisMarie

Coupled 21 year old +11 years Exp, Egyptology/Ancient History Graduate. I Am now studying a full time MA at the University of Birmingham in International Heritage Management. I also Cook and Bake
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