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Colour plate XXXII. Elkab (Egypt) Conservation and recording in progress in the tomb of Sobeknakht: from left to right, Lamia El-Hadidy, Iain Ralston, and Marcel Marée. The new inscription is located on the right thickness of the central doorway, shown here being examined by Iain Ralston.

Colour plate XXXIII. Elkab. A passage from Sobeknakht’s biographical inscription recounting the king’s granting of a new sacred barque for the temple of the goddess Nekhbet.

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Kush in Egypt: a new historical inscription  

by V. Davies — Sudan & Nubia, No 7, published by The Sudan Archaeological Research Society, 2003

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