An illustrated report on the 1963 excavation of a town in Lower Nubia which dated to the Christian Period which reached its zenith between c.AD 850 and 1100. Includes a general discussion of the town's history and its relations with Egypt and the rest of Nubia.
An illustrated catalogue of inscriptions recorded during excavatione between 1967-69. The inscriptions comprise literary and religious ostraca, construction records, Middle Kingdom texts from the chapel area, inscribed potsherds, bricks, seals and other objects.
The Abydos mortuary complex includes a royal tomb and a temple established for the afterlife cult of pharaoh Khakaure-Senwosret III. Excavation of the temple's well-preserved architecture in tandem with work on its surroundings now provides the basis for a detailed reconstruction of this major Middle Kingdom royal mortuary temple.