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Deir el Medina, the workman's village for ancient Thebes, also had a cemetery on the limestone hills above the settlement. Betsy, Jay,and the SCA Inspector Ali Raed stand in front a tiny tomb chapel of one of the earliest tombs in the village.

It's the end of season again, and I want to say "thank you" to two very special people. Jay Van Rensselaer and Macie Hall. They are the photographer who takes all these great pictures we look at and write about for the site; and the information technologist who designed and built this website and who maintains it for us every day we're out here. Thank you to both of you. Oh, and by the way, they are husband and wife. To Jay and Macie! thanks.

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