Gebelein (Jnr.tj)

cult area

Location

Nome: 4th Upper Egyptian nome

Geographical coordinates: 25° 30′ 00″ N / 32° 28′ 30″ E

Gebelein (modern Naga el-Gherira) is located on the western bank of the Nile, about 30 km south of Thebes. The name comes from two rocks that dominate over the landscape. The site is located close to the river.

Description

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Jadwiga Iwaszczuk

Exploration

Mission(s) working on the site: Gebelein Project

Bibliography:

  • Takács Daniel, Ejsmond Wojciech, Chyla Julia M., Witkowski Piotr, Hatshepsut's Speos at Gebelein – Preliminary Conclusions on the Unpublished Temple, in: Göttinger Miszellen 247, 2015, 117-120
  • Takács Daniel, Ejsmond Wojciech, Chyla Julia M., Witkowski Piotr, An erased queen in the Hathor temple at Gebelein, in: Egyptian Archaeology 48, 2016, 42-45
  • Ejsmond Wojciech, Signs in stone: archaeological research at Gebelein, in: Egyptian Archaeology 47, 2015, 7-9