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Expeditions to Dahshur north, Contents
See a note on the tomb-chapel (The Japanese only).
The latest site plan
A model of the substructure of the tomb-chapel of Ipay is shown by VRML.
No. 16 is an unfinished tomb-shaft.
From the tomb No. 17 at Dahshur site, a numbers of the mud fragments of wine jar stopper bearing the name of Tutankhamun have been found.
The shaft tomb No. 23 has 4 rooms, and traces of the enlargement of the shaft have been detected.
There are two rooms in the substructure of the shaft tomb No. 24.
A complicated disposition of 7 rooms is noteworthy.
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General view of the excavation site by QuickTimeVR Panorama (246KB)
General view from the peak of the pyramid of Senwosret III (508KB)
(Prepared by Masahiko Sato, graduate student of the Department of Architecture, Waseda University)
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(First drafted: 20 February 1996)
(Last revised: 10 April 2002)