The Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt

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INDEX
Numbers in italics refer to plates. References to the Notes are given only where they indicate matters of special interest or importance: such references are given to the page on which the note occurs, followed by the number of the chapter to which it belongs, and the number of the note. Thus 257(3)9 indicates page 257, chapter 3, note 9.
A
Aamu, 114, 123
Abbott Papyrus, 90
Abu Gurob, sun temple, 46, 69-70, 73-4, figs 34-5
Abu Roash
pyramid temple of Radedef, 53, 60, 62, 63
tombs, 21, 23
Abu Simbel, temples of Ramesses II, 216, 224
Abusir
pottery, 19; 10
pyramid complex of Sahura, 66, 70, 71, 74-5, fig. 33; 48
reliefs, 117
sun temple, 65
tomb of Ptah-shepses, 73
Abydos, 12, 13, 22-3, 24, 81, 83, 88, 159
box-lid from, 26-7; 10
cemetery, Thinite, 20, 21, 23
fort, 257(3)9
Hypostyle Hall, 221
ivories, 14
jewellery, 27; 11
monuments of Khasekhemuwy and Peribsen, 18, 21, 257(3)12
pottery, 15, 19, fig. 1
stela of Zet, 20-1
temples, of Ahmose, 128; of Khentiamentiu, 22, 260(5)25, fig. 6; of Sety I, 221, 227, fig. 75; 158
tombs, of Khasekhemuwy, 21; of Merneith, 24, fig. 7; of Semerkhet, 258(3)29; of Zer, 27; 11
Achaeans, 208, 216, 272(14)14
Adana, 114
Aha, 20, 23, 256(3)1
Ahhiyawa, 208, 216, 272(14)14
Ah-hotep, 125; burial equipment, 125-6; 84-6
Ahmes, 131
Ahmose, 6, 125, 128; dagger, 126, 141; 84
Ahmose, vizier, tomb, see Thebes
Akaywash, 216
Akh, 9
Akhamenru, 245, 246, 248
Akhenaten, 6, 159, 163, 164, 173-4, 178, 181, 183, 185; see also Amenhotep IV
Akhet-aa, 38; tomb, see Saqqara
Akhetaten, see Tell el Amarna
Alalakh, 123, 139; two-handled vase, 267(11)42
Alasya, see Cyprus
Aleppo, 123, 124, 215, 217
Alexander, conquest of, 244, 249, 252
Alexandria, 244
Amarna, see Tell el Amarna
Amarna Letters, 184, 197, 208, 213
Amasis, 243, 244
Amenemhat I, 94, 98, 103, 113-14, 121; tomb, see Lisht
Amenemhat II, pyramid of, see Dahshur
Amenemhat III, 5, 95, 113; portrait, 88, 103; 68; pyramid, see Dahshur
Amenemhat IV, 113
Amenemipet, mask of, 234
Amenhotep II, 146-8, 213; tomb, see Thebes
Amenhotep III, 6, 148, 152, 164, 184-5, 213-14; chapel, see Elephantine; palace, see Thebes; portraits, 146, 154-5, 180, 202; 107, 114, 128, 132-3
Amenhotep IV, 173, 174, 178, 184-5; portraits, 176, 177, 179-80; 115-16, 124-5
Amenhotep (high priest), portrait, 225; 161
Amenhotep son of Hapu, 129, 151, 174; portrait, 151; 114; tomb of, 174
Amenirdis, 240, 246
Ameny-seneb, statue of, 104; 69
Amka, 208
Amon, 6, 10, 147, 152, 177-8
Amon-Ra, 10
Amratian culture, 11, 12, 14
Amyrtaios, 249
Anat, 228
Ankhesenamon, 188, 277(16)24
Ankhesenpaaten, see Ankhesenamon
Ankh-haf, 63; portrait, 62-3; 44; tomb, see Giza
Ankhnes-nefer-ib-ra, 245, 246
Anubis, 9, 12, 66, 175, 211, 227
Apophis, god, 9, 226
Apophis, king, 124
Apries, 244; palace, see Memphis
Arches, 60
Architrave, broken, 197-8, 202
Artaxerxes I, 252
Arzawa, 148, 213, 215
Ashurbanipal, 241, 242
Aspelta, 238; vase of, 243; 179

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