|The sarcophagus of Nectanebo II drawn by W. Alexander and engraved by T. Medland and published in the Tomb of Alexander by Edward Daniel Clarke in 1805||Front view of the semicircle of statues at the Serapeum in c. 1851||Rear view of the semicircle of statues at the Serapeum in c. 1851||View down the recently excavated dromos of the Serapeum in c. 1851 from the mound over the temple of Nectanebo II and showing the semicircle of statues||Auguste Mariette's detailed plan of his excavations of the Serapeum in the Memphite Necropolis at North Saqqara showing the Nectanebo II temple and the semicircle of Greek statues||Portrait of Edward Daniel Clarke, who tracked down the Nectanebo sarcophagus in Alexandria following the surrender of the French in 1801 and shipped it to the British Museum and championed its identity as the sometime sarcophagus of Alexander the Great|
|Auguste Mariette's plan of his excavations in the Memphite Necropolis at North Saqqara showing the Serapeum and the Avenue of Sphinxes - published in "Choix des Monuments" in 1856||The sarcophagus made for Nectanebo II in the British Museum (photo by Andrew Chugg)||
Sketch by Barbot of the dromos of the Serapeum at Saqqara shortly after its excavation by Auguste Mariette in the early 1850's. The temple of Nectanebo II and the semicircle of statues are visible at the far end of the dromos.
Inscriptions and plan of the sarcophagus made for Nectanebo II from Plate 40 in Volume 5 of the Antiquities section of Napoleon’s Description de l’Egypte (Imperial Edition ~1809)
|Inscriptions and side and end elevations and cross sections of the sarcophagus made for Nectanebo II from Plate 41 in Volume 5 of the Antiquities section of Napoleon’s Description de l’Egypte (Panckoucke Edition ~1821)|
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