Bibliography for TT 81: Unknown, usurped by Ineni.

(Jnnj, Jnn.j, Enene, Inene, Anna, Anena)  XVIII Dynasty, reigns of Amenhotep I through Thutmosis III; the tomb was originally cut in the Middle Kingdom; Shaykh 'Abd al Qurnah.  Map V, D-4, d, 9.

Boussac, HLe tombeau d'Anna (= MMAF, 18).  Paris, 1896.

Davies, Nina de Garis.  Scenes from Some Theban Tombs (Nos. 38, 66, 162, with excerpts from 81) (= Private Tombs at Thebes, 4).  Oxford: Griffith Institute, 1963, TT38, Pp. 1-8, TT 66, Pp. 9-13, TT 162, Pp. 14-18, and TT 81, Pp. 19-20.

Dziobek, Eberhard. The Architectural Development of Theban Tombs in the Early Eighteenth Dynasty.  In: Jan Assmann, Günther Burkard and Vivian Davies (eds.), Problems and Priorities in Egyptian Archaeology  (London: KPI, 1987). Pp.  69-79. 

Dziobek, Eberhard.  Des Grab des Ineni, Theben Nr.81 (= ArchVer, 68).  Mainz, 1992.

Engelmann von Carnap, Barbara.  Die Struktur des thebanischen Beamtenfriedhofs in der ersten Hälften der 18. Dynastie: Analyse von Position, Grissgestaltung und Bildprogramm der Gräber (= ADAIK, Agyptologische Reihe, 15).  Berlin, 1999. P. 95.

Gardiner, Alan H. and A. E. P. Weigall.  A Topographical Catalogue of the Private Tombs of Thebes.  London: Quaritch, 1913; repr. on microfiche, Leiden: IDC, 1992: 133-137.

Kampp, FrederikeDie thebanischen Nekropole: Zum Wandel des Grabgedankens von der XVIII. bis zur XX. Dynastie (= Theben, 13).  2 vols.  Mainz am Rhein: Verlag Phillip von Zabern, 1966.   Pp. 323-326.

Porter, Bertha and Rosalind MossTopographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Text, Reliefs, and Paintings. I, 1. The Theban Necropolis: Private Tombs.  Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1960.  Pp. 159-163.

Seton-Williams, Veronica and Peter Stocks.  Blue Guide: Egypt.  London: A. & C. Black, 1993.  P. 585.
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