Over the next few months, I’m going to be actively engaged in writing my new book on the Ark of the Covenant and ancient Egypt. As such, I’m going to devote most of my time and energy to that endeavor. Unfortunately, I’m not going to be publishing blogs at the pace that I was.
However, what I am going to do is publish some photographs that I have taken over the years with a brief commentary. These photos should be of interest since they are taken with the eye of an archaeologist. So they should give you an unique perspective on Egypt.
Today’s photograph was taken at West Thebes. It is a photograph of a pair of saf tombs as seen from the Ramesseum. saf tombs typically date from the 11th to early 12th dynasties.