necropolis: see cemetery.
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Necropolis I (The Journal of the American Oriental Society)
Sue Davies & H.S. Smith. The Sacred Animal Necropolis at North Saqqara: The Falcon Complex and Catacomb. The Archaeological Report.(Book review) (Antiquity)
Death duty: this new cemetery sensitively reinterprets the necropolis for the modern age.(Brief article) (The Architectural Review)
Discovery of the "largest known tomb in the ancient necropolis of Sakkara".(Worth Noting)(Brief article) (The Humanist)
Necropolis I.(Book Review) (The Journal of the American Oriental Society)
Polish and Egyptian archaeologists excavating near the pyramids of Saqqara near Cairo have uncovered a necropolis containing the 4,000 year-old stone tomb of a royal official called Ny-Ankh-Nefetem, who served the kings Unas and Teti, rulers of Egypt from 2375BC to 2291 BC.(News)(Brief Article) (History Today)
H.S. Smith, Sue Davies & K.J. Frazer with Roger Bland. The Sacred Animal Necropolis at North Saqqara. The Main Temple Complex: The Archaeological Report.(Book review) (Antiquity)
Ascetic Necropolis: An Extension to a Ligurian Cemetery Makes a Dignified Necropolis Which Responds Tenderly to Its Hillside Site (The Architectural Review)
Burial in late prehistoric France.(Necropoles protohistoriques de la region de Castres (Tarn): Le Causse, Gourjade, Le Martinet (Documents d'archeologie francaise Vol. 94))(Pratiques fundraires et societes de l'age du Fer dans le Bassin parisien)(Book Review) (Antiquity)
The tomb of Tia and Tia: a royal monument of the Ramesside period in the Memphite necropolis.(Review) (book review) (Antiquity)
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