Erweiterte Suche

Hatshepsut Ma'atkare spectacularly monumentalized the two main entrances to the temple of Karnak. To the south she built the 8th pylon, and to the west the 4th pylon as well as a pylon further to the west which has not survived. After her disappearance, Thutmosis III transformed both of these entrances. He had the 7th pylon erected on the southern entry way, and this article proposes that he also installed two pairs of obelisks to the west, between the 4th pylon and the obelisks already erected by Hatshepsut Ma'atkare (with the name of Tuthmosis II). The analysis indicates that this transformation was completed by his successor Amenhotep II, who also built a calcite chapel between the two pairs of obelisks. This chapel was in turn dismantled by his son, Thutmosis IV, at the time of the construction of his portico court.

Verfasser: Larché, François
Dokumenttyp: AZs
Erscheinungsdatum: 2016
Zeitschrift/Reihe: Journal of Ancient Egyptian Architecture (JAEA) ; Band/Jahrgang: 1
Schlagworte: TEMPELARCHITEKTUR; KARNAK; DYN.18; HATSCHEPSUT; THUTMOSIS_III.; AMENHOTEP_II.; THUTMOSIS_IV.
Seiten: 71-80
Signatur: Z-JAEA
Bearbeitungsstatus: vollständig
Datensatznummer: 112465
Onlinezugriff: