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Photographs of the Valley of the Kings from tomb interiors as well as exterior views of the valley including the tombs of Ramses 1V, KV 43 and 19.
Valley Kings EG0213075jhp 
 Egypt Valley Kings Thutmose Tomb KV43 Osiris was septer ankh hedjet; crown; in the Valley of the Kings on the West Bank of the River Nile at Luxor which was robbed in antiquity and later restored by Horemheb through his official Maya. In the Tomb-Chamber is a red granite sarcophagus with still very brilliant colourful decoration as illustrated in the photo of the Goddess Nephthys.
Thanks to the capability of the modern digital camera and adjustments in Photoshop reasonably accurate colours can be exhibited of tomb paintings lit by low level artificial light when tripods and flash are not allowed such as the head of Anubis. This was taken before the current ban on tomb photography was introduced when you could purchase a ticket to photograph in two tombs in 2002. Unfortunately most of the photos of the painting had to be taken through Perspex which diminishes their quality as it obvious in several cases. 
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Photographer: Jim Henderson
Collection: Valley of Kings Luxor
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Valley Kings EG0213075jhp
Upload Date: Sunday, October 27, 2002
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Egypt Valley Kings Thutmose Tomb KV43 Osiris was septer ankh

hedjet; crown; in the Valley of the Kings on the West Bank of the River Nile at Luxor which was robbed in antiquity and later restored by Horemheb through his official Maya. In the Tomb-Chamber is a red granite sarcophagus with still very brilliant colourful decoration as illustrated in the photo of the Goddess Nephthys.
Thanks to the capability of the modern digital camera and adjustments in Photoshop reasonably accurate colours can be exhibited of tomb paintings lit by low level artificial light when tripods and flash are not allowed such as the head of Anubis. This was taken before the current ban on tomb photography was introduced when you could purchase a ticket to photograph in two tombs in 2002. Unfortunately most of the photos of the painting had to be taken through Perspex which diminishes their quality as it obvious in several cases.
Keywords: Egypt, Luxor, West Bank, Thebes, Theban, Valley Kings, pharaoh, Tuthmosis, Thutmose, 1V, tomb, KV43, upright, Osiris, bearded, hedjet, white, crown, was, septer, ankh, Anubis, Hathor, jackal, head, painting, colourful, colorful, colours, colors, black, yellow, white, necklace, bright, ancient, Egyptian, archaeology, Egyptology, hieroglyphs, hieratic, writing, Maya, restoration, text, death, burial, Nut, nightsky, mythology, afterlife, sarcophagus, Nephthys, out-stretched, granite, chamber, antechamber, interiors, austere, undecorated, columns, stars, ceiling, history, hieroglyphs, hieroglyphics, cartouche
 


 

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