Baqet III was the 'great overlord' of the Oryx province, located in
the most fertile region of Egypt. The well-preserved wall scenes in
his chapel record activities undertaken in the desert, on land and
river, in workshops as well as those of wars and entertainments.
Dated to the end of the Eleventh Dynasty, the tomb documents one of
the critical times in Egyptian history. The architectural features
and the scenes and inscriptions are published in colour photographs
and detailed line drawings, accompanied by explanatory text.
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