Bassir Discusses Buto in 1st First Millennium BC at Durham Univ


Dr. Hussein Bassir, Director of theBibliotheca Alexandrina Antiquities Museum, participated in the international conference entitled “Interactions Between Priests and Archaeological and Religious Landscape in the First Millennium BC Delta (Egypt)” at the Durham University, Department of Archaeology.

Dr. Bassir, Egyptian Egyptologist, has pointed out that Buto was one of the most important cities in ancient Egypt, especially in the Western Delta.

Several non-royal elite members’ statues with inscribed self-presentational inscriptions come from Buto.

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