TOMB OF NAKHT (TT52) AT SHEIKH ADB’L-QURNA, WESTERN THEBES

TUTMOSIS III OFFERING WINE TO THE GOD HORUS, TEMPLE OF HATSHEPSUT AT DEIR EL-BAHRI, WESTERN THEBES

Archaeological map of Egypt with viticulture and winemaking scenes

(Interactive, with geographic coordinates)

Tomb of Nebamun (TT 90) Western Thebes, Sheik ‘Abd el-Qurna Dynasty 18
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THE RIVER NILE AT LUXOR, ANCIENT THEBES, TOWARDS THE WEST BANK

TOMB OF TUTANKHAMUN (KV62) AT KING’S VALLEY, WESTERN THEBES

A VINEYARD IN LUXOR, WEST BANK

THE STEP PYRAMID OF DJOSER AT SAQQARA

THE RIVER NILE IN CAIRO

Irep en kemet

The “Irep en Kemet” is a research project that aims at documenting the complete corpus of wine from Ancient Egypt, and analyzing the relevant data, including iconography, texts, artifacts and organic material. It also seeks to reveal the significance of the ancient Egyptian wine culture legacy in the Mediterranean region.

At this stage, the project has successfully produced a researchable, inclusive bibliographic database of wine, viticulture and winemaking in ancient Egypt, as well as a researchable, comprehensive scene-detail database of viticulture and winemaking scenes in the Egyptian tombs throughout the ancient Egyptian history. Both databases are being investigated and analyzed by the project team and are available for scholars and interested public alike.         

Since 2015, the project has entered a second phase, in collaboration with the Unit for Studies and Research in Science and Cooking (UERCC) of the Food and Nutrition, Torribera Campus from Universitat de Barcelona (UB), the Perelada Fine Estates, and the Institute of Ancient Near Eastern Studies (IEPOA) from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB).

The project’s second phase involves the creation of an online georeferenced map of Egypt, illustrating the ancient Egyptian tombs that include viticulture and winemaking scenes.