Bibliography for KV 39: Attributed to Amenhotep I, among others.


TMP Grid Coordinates: N99122.451, E94.127.795, 249.42 msl.

Buckley, Ian M.  Excavations at Theban Tomb KV 39.  In: Ashley Cooke and Fiona Simpson (eds.), Current Research in Egyptology, II (= BAR International Series, 1380).  Oxford, 2005.  Pp. 21-28.

Buckley, Ian M., Peter Buckley and Ashley Cooke.  Fieldwork in Theban Tomb KV 39: The 2002 Season.  JEA 91 (2005): 71-82.

Carter, Howard.  Report on the Tomb of Zeser-ka-ra Amenhetep I, Discovered by the Earl of Carnarvon in 1914. JEA 3 (1916): 147-54.

Helck, Wolfgang.  Königsgräbertal.   (1980), 3: 521.

Manley, Bill.  Tomb 39 and the Sacred Land.  Journal of the Ancient Chronology Forum 2  (1989): 41-57.

Polz, Daniel.  The Location of the Tomb of Amenhotep I: A Reconsideration.  In: Richard H. Wilkinson (ed.), Valley of the Sun Kings: New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs.  Tucson: University of Arizona Egyptian Expedition, 1995.  Pp. 8-21.

Porter, Bertha and Rosalind MossTopographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Text, Reliefs, and Paintings. I, 2.The Theban Necropolis: Royal Tombs and Smaller Cemeteries.  Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1964.  Pp. 559.

Reeves, Carl Nicholas.  Valley of the Kings: The Decline of a Royal Necropolis (= Studies in Egyptology).  London:  KPI, 1990. Pp. 155.

Rose, John.  An Interim Report on Work in KV 39, September-October 1989.  In:  Carl Nicholas Reeves (ed.),  After Tut'ankhamun: Research and Excavation in the Royal Necropolis at Thebes.  London: KPI, 1992: 28-40.

Rose, John.  Tomb KV 39 in the Valley of the Kings: A Double Archaeological Enigma .  Bristol: Western Academic and Specialist Press, 2000.

Thomas, ElizabethThe Royal Necropoleis of Thebes.  Princeton: privately printed, 1966.  Pp. 73-74.

Weeks, Kent R. (ed.).  Atlas of the Valley of the Kings (= PTMP, 1).  Cairo: American University in Cairo
Press, 2000.  Map sheet 54. 

Weigall, Arthur E.P.  Miscellaneous Notes.  ASAE 11 (1911): 170-197.  See esp. pp. 174-175.

Wilkinson, Richard H. and Carl Nicholas Reeves.  The Complete Valley of the Kings.  London:  Thames and Hudson, 1996.  Pp. 95-96.

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