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The monuments of Seti I and their historical significance : epigraphic, art historical and historical analysis

"The thesis examines the monuments of Seti I. Various epigraphic, art historical, iconographical and historical criteria are used to analyze his art and architecture, especially monumental reliefs, to elucidate a number of chronological and historical issues, including the problem of the hypothetical coregencies of the early Nineteenth Dynasty, the accession dates of the first three Ramessides and the length of Seti I''s reign..."

Author(s):  Brand, Peter James
Format:  Book
Publisher:  National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada
Publication City:  Ottawa
Date:  [1999]
Source:  Canadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
ISBN:  0612351165