Deir el-Gebrawi was one of the most important provinces in the Old
Kingdom, with governors buried there holding high administrative
positions, including that of vizier. The cemetery occupies two
separate cliffs, the nothern one of which received very limited
attention from Norman de Garis Davies, who first published it in
1902. The new record includes all the surviving information on the
architecture, art and inscriptions in the tombs of the northern
cliff, as well as reproductions of certain sections from Davies'
publication, where these have deteriorated or been vandalized since
1902. The volume contains records on the tombs of Henqu I and II
and Hemre/Isi I and II, and others, all documented in colour plates
and line drawing.
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