Complex of Royal Cult Reconstruction Project


Scenes of rituals celebrated in the Chapel of Hatshepsut, photo by M. Barwik  Epigraphic study of the royal chapels situated in the southern part of the Upper Terrace of the Hatshepsut temple have been conducted since 2001 by the team under direction of Mirosław Barwik. The aim of the study is publication and preparation for the reconstruction project of this part of the temple.  











Southern part of the vault from Chapel of Hatshepsut, with the text from "Ritual of the Hours", photo by M. Jawornicki, elaborated by J. Kościuk





Barwik, M., The so-called “Stundenritual” from Hatshepsut’s Temple at Deir el-Bahari, [in:] Eyre, C.J. (ed.), Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Egyptogists, Cambridge 3-9 Sept. 1995, Leuven 1998, pp. 109-117.
Barwik, M., Deir el-Bahari. The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, Season 2001, PAM XIII, Reports 2001 (2002), pp. 191-200.  
Białostocka, O., Nome Procession from the Royal Cult Complex in the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari, EtudTrav XXVII (2014), w druku.
Karkowski, J., Pharaoh in the Heb-Sed Robe in the Hatshepsut’s Temple at Deir el-Bahari, EtudTrav XIX (2001), pp. 81-112.
Stupko-Lubczyńska, A., The Chapel of Hatshepsut as an Inspiration for the Theban Tombs Decoration. The Case of TT 39 (Puyemre), EtudTrav XXVI (2013), pp. 653-677.  


Project supervisor: Mirosław Barwik

Project participants: Olga Białostocka, Edyta Kopp, Anastasiia Stupko-Lubczyńska (egyptologists), Teresa Kaczor, Mariusz Caban (architects), Maciej Jawornicki (photographer), Marek Puszkarski (drawer)










Offering scens in the Chapels of Royal Cult Complex in the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari












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