3D-reconstruction of the tomb of Nefertari
For the 4th anniversary of the project, I have a very special gift for the members. This is a very exclusive brochure with hi-resolution images. Well, happy anniversary of the project The tomb of Nefertari.
Dear connoisseurs and experts of Ancient Egyptian art and culture.
On June 2nd, 2015 during the lecture about the Valley of the Queens in Thebes I saw this work of art - the Queen Nefertari’s Tomb - a masterpiece in all respects. I immediately fell in love with this work of ancient architects and craftsmen. Since then I started to collect data and information about the tomb and Queen Nefertari herself and now I’ve piled up more than 3300 photos with an overall volume of 6 Gb in high-resolution (500-12000 px in wide picture side), including the rarest images from Adriano Luzi’s, the restorator, archives, and 1904-1920 chronicle images.
I highly appreciate the assistance in archive formation from:
Damiano Luzi, Nicky Van De Beek, Alina Pushkareva, Ludmila Tishkina Svetlana Ovcharenko, Kairoinfo4u.
Besides the e-archive, I’ve collected a small theme library of 16 volumes almost in all European languages.
But the most important thing is that a lot of people took part in the Project during this time, mainly helping with the photo archive. Due to my sponsors and supporters, Queen Nefertari’s Tomb archive grows and now I have unique historical snapshots. Dmitry Dobrynin, Oleg Borisov, Alina Pushkareva and Kirill Gribov.
My special gratitude:
Alex Panov, Olga Ermakova, Tatiana Nikolaychuk, Maksim Panov, Dmitry Zimovets, Natalia Sycheva, Valery Androsov, Alexander Davkaev, Albert Kostilyachenko, Artiom Gizun, Sergey Shirokhov, Simon Che de Boer, Natalia Koroleva and Dmitry Zimovets.
And special thanks to great composers:
Ramin Djawadi for the track “The Maze” (TV series “Westworld”, HBO);
Ubisoft for the OST Assassins Creed Origins DLC2;
Derek Fiechter for the track "Pharaoh Ramses II";
Valery Androsov for the track "Путь Царицы в Царство Осириса".
I’d also like to thank Russia Today, Regnum, Trud and Moskovskiy Komsomolets for media support of the Project. Especial thanks to Mo'men Mokhtar (youm7.com).
And the last but not the least :) my personal profile on Facebook: Andy Ape
In conclusion, I’d like to highlight that it’s a non-commercial, creative and educational project.
I appreciate your support of my site and project, your likes and shares, but my special thanks are for your interest in Ancient Egyptian art and culture.
All this time I'm working on the Nefertari’s tomb and collecting different materials. I'm posting everything on Facebook for you absolutely free. So I will continue doing it, but I need some technical stuff to improve the results of our work and make it the best quality and more interesting. So that’s why we appreciate your donations for this project.
Everybody who will donate to us, I will surely add to Maecenas list which will appear in the next video footages of the project ‘The tomb of Nefertari’. I’ll appreciate you if you share this information with people who are interested in the future of our project.
...more details on facebook.
April 22, 2019 Valley of the Queens, Egypt
Project members 2019
Founder and curator
of the project
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