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Assmann, Jan.  Die Inschrift auf dem äusseren Sarkophagdeckel des Merenptah.  Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts: Abteilung Kairo 28 (1972): 47-74.

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Aston, David.  Pottery from the Valley of the Kings: Tombs of Merenptah, Ramesses III, Ramesses IV, Ramesses VI and Ramesses VII.  Ägypten und Levante 8 (1998): 137-214.

Baillet, Jules.  Inscriptions grèques  etlatines de tombeqaux des rois ou syringes à Thèbes  (= Mémoires publiés par les members de l’Institut français d’archéo-logie orientale du Cairo, 42).  Cairo, 1920-1926.  Three vols.

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Barbotin, Christophe and Sylvie Guichard.  Fouilles du Louvre dans la tombe de Merenptah, 2005-2006.  Memnonia 17 (2006):  151-169.

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Barbotin, Christophe and Sylvie Guichard.  La tombe de Merenptah: Projets et travaux récents.  Memnonia 15 (2004):  153-164.

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Barbotin, Christophe and Sylvie Guichard. Fouilles du Louvre Dans la Tombe de Merenptah -KV 8.  Memnonia 18 (2007): 105-117.

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Brock, Edwin C.  A Clean Sweep: Further Clearance Work in the Tomb of Merenptah.  Canadian Mediterranean Institute Bulletin 12, 2 (1992): 1.

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Brock, Edwin C.  A Puzzle of Pharaonic Proportions.   Egyptian Archaeology: The Bulletin of the Egypt Exploration Society. London.  9 (1996): 31-32.

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Brock, Edwin C.  Piecing it all Together: An Ongoing Study of Later New Kingdom Royal Sarcophagi.  KMT 2, 1 (1991): 42-49.

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Brock, Edwin C.  The Tomb of Merenptah and its Sarcophagi.  In: Carl Nicholas Reeves,  After Tutankhamun: Research and Excavation in the Royal Necropolis at Thebes. London: KPI, 1992. Pp. 123-140.

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Carter, Howard.  Report of Work Done in Upper Egypt, 1903-1904Annales du Service des Antiquités de l’Égypte 6 (1905): 112-129.

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Demarèe, R. J.  Royal Riddles.  In:  R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts, Village Voices: Proceedings of the Symposium “Texts from Deir el-Medinah and Their Interpretation”  (= CNWS Publications, 13).Leiden: Leiden University,  1992.

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Development of Tombs

Knowledge of the early stages of New Kingdom royal tomb development is hampered by a lack of evidence.

Fisher, Marjorie.  A New Kingdom Ostracon Found in the Kings’ Valley.  In: Perspective on Ancient Egypt: Studies in Honor of Edward Brovarski (=Supplément aux Annales du Service des Antiquités de l’Égypte, 40).  (Cairo, 2010): 93-100.

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Funerary Compositions

From the end of Dynasty 5 onward, religious texts were inscribed in the burial chambers of royal tombs.

Helck, Wolfgang.  Königsgräbertal.  Wolfgang Helck and Eberhart Otto (eds.).  Lexikon der Ägyptologie.  7 vols. Wiesbaden, 1972-1992. (1980), 3: 516.

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