Ellen Lloyd - AncientPages.com - In The Valley of the Queens there is a very large and spectacular ancient tomb that belongs to Queen Nefertari (1290–1224 BC). The house of eternity. More. Santa Monica, Calif., 1992. The beautifully structured House of Eternity is replete with full-color photographs of the contrasting desert landscape, the elaborate tomb, and the paintings. Documentary Movie. House of Eternity: The Tomb of Nefertari. John K. McDonald . The beautifully structured House of Eternity is replete with full-color photographs of the contrasting desert landscape, the elaborate tomb, and the paintings. Photos & Media. tomb entrance taken by Don MicheLe PizziolFra ncesco BaLLerini, members of the Italian Mission led by Ernesto SchiapareLLi in 1904. Conservation. Included are explanations of the hieroglyphs and artwork, plus interesting snippets from Nefertari's culture. results confirmed suspicions that the pri­ mary … Nefertari, the favorite queen of Rameses II, was buried about 3,200 years ago in the most exquisitely decorated tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Queens. Preliminary. Sourсes. Nefertari: The Search for Eternal Life (video) Getty Research Library Photo: Courtesy of the Museo Egizio. House Of Eternity: The Tomb Of Nefertari by John K. McDonald / 1996 / English / PDF. The Tomb of Nefertari project archive is a record of the conservation of one of the most important surviving examples of pharaonic art and a view into how the Getty Conservation Institute came to develop its blueprint for international, collaborative work. The one for whom the sun shines. Nefertari. Initial plans called for a full year's. Nefertari Meritmut, whose name means ‘beautiful companion' was the first of the Great Royal Wives of Ramesses the Great and one of the best known Egyptian queens, next to Hatshepsut, Cleopatra, and Nefertiti. House of Eternity: The Tomb of Nefertari. Robert Steven Bianchi and. HOUSE OF ETERNITY Tunneled into the northern slope of the necropolis, Nefertari's "house of eternity" is one of the finest tombs ever created by ancient Egypt's Art and Eternity: The Nefertari Wall Paintings Conservation Project, 1986-1992. Turitl. Global cultural heritage John K. McDonald. Discovered in 1904 by Italian explorer Ernesto Schiaparelli, the tomb had deteriorated to a disastrous extent when emergency consolidation began in 1986. Miguel Angel Corzo, ed., "Wall Paintings of the Tomb of Nefertari: First Quarterly Report," Getty Conservation Institute, Marina del Rey, 1986. Nefertari’s tomb has the following utterance to Serket: Serket, mistress of heaven and lady of all the gods. analysis of the tomb's geological, hydrologi­ ical, climatic, and microbial problems, as. In 1904, the tomb of Nefertari, great wife of Rameses II, was discovered in the Valley of the Queens at Thebes. Los Angeles, 1996 (read online) In the Tomb of Nefertari: Conservation of the Wall Paintings. well as exhaustive testing of plaster, pig­ ments, and other materials. Here, the authors offer insights into the organizing of the archival record of this work, the process, and the contents of the archive. HOUSE OF ETERNITY. 3D & VR. More. Nefertari, the favorite queen of Rameses II, was buried about 3,200 years ago in the most exquisitely decorated tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Queens. Read Online 32.1 MB Download.