Egypt Ägypten 1898 Rare Letter Signed By France Victor Loret

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Seller: tarekmmm (3,925) 100%, Location: 32111, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 202296635132 EGYPT ÄGYPTEN 1898 RARE LETTER SIGNED BY FRANCE VICTOR LORET Description: EGYPT ÄGYPTEN 1898 RARE LETTER SIGNED BY FRANCE VICTOR LORET VERY IMPORTANT NOTE : Shipping to United States & Australia takes up to 2 months shipping. Other countries 7 to 15 days Victor Loret From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThis article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (January 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)Victor LoretBornVictor Clement Georges Philippe Loret 1 September 1859 ParisDied3 February 1946 (aged 86)NationalityFrenchAlma materÉcole des Hautes ÉtudesKnown forbeing the Head of the Egyptian Antiquities Service, and his excavations in the Valley of the Kings.Scientific careerFieldsEgyptologist, archaeologistVictor Clement Georges Philippe Loret (1 September 1859 – 3 February 1946) was a French Egyptologist.Biography[edit]His father, Clément Loret, was a professional organist and composer, of Belgian origin, who had been living in Paris since 1855.He stayed in Egypt several times and published his first book, L'Égypte aux temps des pharaons, in 1898.Loret studied with Gaston Maspero at the École des Hautes Études. In 1897 he became the head of the Egyptian Antiquities Service. In March 1898, he discovered KV35, the tomb of Amenhotep II in the Valley of the Kings. Amenhotep II's mummy was still located in his royal sarcophagus but the tomb also proved to hold a cache of several of the most important New Kingdom Pharaohs such as Thutmose III, Thutmose IV, Amenhotep III and Ramesses VI. The cache of Royal Mummies had been placed in KV35 to protect them from looting by tomb robbers by the 21st Dynasty High Priest of Amun, Pinedjem.Loret also discovered tombs KV32, KV33, KV36, KV38, KV40, KV41 and KV42. His claim to have discovered KV34 is disputed by some Egyptologists who believe that honour should instead be awarded to one of his local foremen. He also discovered Thutmose III in the Valley of Kings.External links[edit]Victor Loret in the Valley of the Kings EGYPTIAN Antiquities Service French Directors Auguste Mariette (1858-1881) Gaston Maspero (1881-1886) Eugène Grébaut (1886-1892) Jacques de Morgan (1892-1897) Victor Loret (1897-1899) Gaston Maspero (1899-1914) Pierre Lacau (1914-1936) Étienne Drioton (1936-1952 PLEASE SEE SCAN Payment: - I ONLY accept the following methods PayPal, Skrill and Domestic checks (inside Egypt) - Pay safety by your Visa credit card on line through - Payment should be within 7 days from the end of end date, Personal Cheques not accepted - For other Payment methods, please contact me first. Shipping: Item will send only By registered mail Terms of Sale: Feed back I will place feedback to the buyer after the complete of the transaction successfully. Please, If you are happy with the transaction post me +ve feedback and I will do the same. If not contact me first so we can solve the problem Contact Us: If you have any questions please contact us Condition: EGYPT ÄGYPTEN 1898 RARE LETTER SIGNED BY FRANCE VICTOR LORET, Material: Paper

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