Hana Vymazalova

Hana Vymazalova
Charles University in Prague | CUNI · Czech Institute of Egyptology

assoc. prof. PhD

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The exploration of the pyramid complex of King Djedkare at south Saqqara in 2018 revealed a large number of secondary burials. These burials were found between the north part of the king’s funerary precinct and in the south part of his queen’s precinct in an area which had not been previously excavated. This brief preliminary study presents the arc...
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During the documentation of Djedkare’s pyramid complex at south Saqqara, a block with an incised inscription was uncovered, containing the titles and names of two Old Kingdom officials. The date of the inscription is unknown, but the titles of the two individuals indicate that they may have been connected to the construction of royal monuments and...
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The excavations at Abusir South have already uncovered many tombs that added valuable information to the general knowledge of the development of the Old Kingdom society, its burial and funeral habits, and last but not least social relations and their impact on the lives of ancient Egyptian officials. One of the last discoveries is represented by th...
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The article discusses evidence uncovered by the mission of the Czech Institute of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague at the necropolis of Abusir near Egypt's capital Cairo. The tomb of Shepespuptah Idu was one of the four rock-cut tombs in the tomb complex of Princess Sheretnebty in Abusir South. It was uncovered in 2012 and...
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The distribution of rations can be found in documents from different period of the Egyptian history but the general features of the ration system is not easy to trace. Most of the sources are the more or less fragmentary lists of wages/payments that reflect various conditions, such as status of the recipients, period to which the payment correspond...
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This paper focuses on new evidence from the tomb of princess Sheretnebty at Abusir South, which was uncovered during the 2012 and 2013 archaeological seasons. Three individuals are attested by names on finds from this tomb, including the statuette of Iti and an offering table and a decorated block of Ankhiemaptah and his wife Neferhekenhathor. The...
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Exploration of the tomb complex of king’s daughter Sheretnebty, which was discovered in 2012, continued in the archaeological season of 2013. In October–November, the work concentrated on the underground parts of the tombs, including the burial shafts and burial chambers. In tomb AS 68c, two shafts were unusually deep; at a depth of 11.00 m under t...
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The monograph evaluates the results of the archaeological research in the area of the Fifth-Dynasty Tomb AC 26 (formerly known as Pyramid Lepsius no. 23) and Late Sixth-Dynasty structures AC 32 carried out by the Czech Institute of Egyptology during three archaeological seasons from 2006 until 2009. The publication focuses on archaeological context...
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A study of the King's daughter Sheretnebty, whose tomb-complex is situated in the non-royal necropolis in Abusir South, raises many questions with regard to the history of the Fifth Dynasty (2,494-2,345 BCE). This paper provides an interpretation of the newly acquired evidence that emerged during the second season of exploration of her tomb-complex...
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The paper presents aspects of some newly discovered evidence in relation to a so far unattested princess of the Fifth Dynasty (2494-2345 BCE). The study is partly based on the results of the recent excavation in Abusir (Egypt), where a team from the Czech Institute of Egyptology discovered a courtyard belonging to the king's daughter, Sheretnebty,...
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A single relief from the Ptolemaic-Roman temple of Kom Ombo in Upper Egypt is remarkably well-known among most scholars interested in the history of ancient medicine. The depiction in question, often referred to as KO 950 and dated to the second – third century CE, portrays a set of medical, perhaps even surgical instruments, and other realia from...
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Předkládaný poster stručně představuje projekt, který v současné době probíhá v Českém egyptologickém ústavu, související s velice aktuální tematikou využití informačních technologií v široké oblasti tzv. kulturního dědictví. Předmětem je shromáždění, zpracování a analýza informací z pramenů získaných archeologickým výzkumem na pohřebištích v Abúsí...
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Vyd. 1. Na zadní s. obálky: Faculty of Arts Charles University in Prague, Czech Institute of Egyptology

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