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The Theban Necropolis / Survey of Egypt ; in cooperation with the Antiquities Department
- Egypt. Maṣlaḥat al-Misāḥah and مصر. مصلحة المساحة.
- [El-Giza] : Survey of Egypt : Antiquities Department, 1924-1926.
- Tombs and monuments are shown, with tables in margins on most sheets numbering and identifying tombs. Relief shown by contours. Map shows tombs, pyramids, tracks, bench marks, private property and decreed antiquities boundaries. Maps have indexes giving names of those found in tombs. "Surveyed in1921( revised in 1924); and 1926.
- Nefertari, Queen, consort of Ramses II, King of Egypt—Tomb—Maps, Hatshepsut, Queen of—Egypt—Shrines—Egypt—Deir el-Bahri Site—Maps, Amenemope—Tomb—Maps, Tomb of Merenptah (Thebes, Egypt)—Maps, Temple of Ramses III (Medinet Habu Site, Egypt)—Maps, Temple of Thutmose III (Deir el-Bahri Site, Egypt)—Maps, Temple of Mentuhotep II (Egypt)—Maps, Temple of Sebwa (Egypt)—Maps, Temple of Goorneh (Thebes, Egypt)—Maps, Temple of Luxor (Luxor, Egypt)—Maps, Ramesseum (Thebes, Egypt)—Maps, Tombs—Egypt—Thebes (Extinct city)—Maps, Cemeteries—Egypt—Luxor—Maps, Temples—Egypt—Thebes (Extinct city)—Maps, Mosques—Egypt—Luxor—Maps, Thebes (Egypt : Extinct city)—Tombs, Thebes (Egypt : Extinct city)—Maps, Deir el-Bahri Site (Egypt)—Antiquities—Maps, Deir el-Medina Site (Egypt)—Antiquities—Maps, Al ʻAsāsīf (Egypt)—Maps, Luxor (Egypt)—Antiquities—Maps, Valley of the Queens (Egypt)—Maps, Egypt—Antiquities—Maps, Topographic maps, and Maps
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