Hatnub is the best-known source of Egyptian alabaster, and the ancient quarrymen left large numbers of inscriptions there. The Hatnub Epigraphic Project is documenting photographically all the surviving texts in the quarry, and using digital visualisation enhancement to read previously illegible and undiscovered texts surviving on the rock walls.

Enmarch, R. 2015. ‘Writing in the ‘Mansion of Gold’: texts from the Hatnub quarries’, Egyptian Archaeology 47, 10-12.