The idea to update the blog every day after work proved impossible in the last four weeks, unfortunately. Since the last posting, we have worked for several more days. During this time we managed to finish the work on the finds from the tomb of Amenhotep II. Still several fragments of the Tano chariot need our attention: fortunately, our conservator is back in town, which means that the whole team is ready to finish the registration. Meanwhile, a television team of TV 6 came to film us and the Tano leather. The crew was accompanied by Robert Huford (see www.chariotmaker.com), who is specialised in chariot reconstructions. Also Kathy Hansen, specialist in horses and especially harnessing. The discussions with our colleagues proved very useful.
Discussion of EMCP members with Robert Huford (left) and Kathy Hansen (right). Photograph by E. Endenburg.
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