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Atlas of the Valley of the Kings
Discover each tomb in the Valley in this interactive Atlas. Investigate a database of information about each tomb, view a compilation of more than 2000 images, interact with models of each tomb, and measure, pan, and zoom over 250 detailed maps, elevations, and sections. Experience sixty-five narrated tours by Dr. Weeks and explore a 3D recreation of tomb KV 14.
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Atlas of the Theban Necropolis
Explore the entire archaeological zone through this giant aerial photograph. Zoom in to see individual architectural details of temples and palaces as well as the topography of the area. Mouse over sites to get additional information about them.

What's New
Fundraising Tour of Egypt with
Kent Weeks and Ancient World Tours

Dr. Kent and Susan Weeks, in conjunction with Ancient World Tours, will be leading a fundraising tour to benefit the Theban Mapping Project for 13 days starting September 18, 2005. They will take you into locked tombs in the Valley of the Kings, to temple sites where tourists rarely go, into museums where many of the objects they discovered are now displayed. Read more.

Valley of the Kings Online Survey
Have you ever visited the Valley of the Kings? You can help preserve this important archaeological site by participating in this Online Survey.

October 2004 Progress Report
Read about the latest activities of the Theban Mapping Project in our October 2004 Progress Report.

Read this collection of articles on the Valley of the Kings, richly illustrated with photographs, maps and drawings.
Browse the text, images, and maps of this comprehensive database on the Valley of the Kings.
Search our exhaustive archeological and image databases to find different architectural features, decorations, and learn the condition of each tomb.
Use our comprehensive glossary, bibliography, timeline and other material to further your knowledge of Egyptology.
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