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Wooden coffin of Imeny

Wooden coffin of Imeny

The Mummy of Maihirpre - Maihirpre's mummy  was found resting in a nested set of two coffins contained within a large rectangular wooden sarcophagus. Schweinfurth reported that thieves had removed some of the bandages from the mummy, and his statement was confirmed by Daressy, who added the detail that large sections of bandages had been cut with a sharp instrument which had been applied with particular force to the bandages of the legs. Reeves dates this illicit activity to the Ramissede…

Egyptian nobleman Maiherpri buried in The Valley of Kings. Only Egyptian royals were buried in The Valley of Kings.

Coffin of Khonsu, Sennedjem's son, from Deir el-Medina. Neith and Serket at the feet end. XIX Dynasty. Ancient Egypt.

Coffin of Khonsu, Sennedjem's son, from Deir el-Medina. Neith and Serket at the feet end. Shows mixed frontalism of the human figure

coffins of Ancient Egypt

The Coffins of Ancient Egypt - A sarcophagus with on runners from the Dynasty

Nestanebtishru, Black and white photo of Nestanebtishru's inner  coffin lid from Georges Daressy's Cercueils des  cachettes royales (Cairo, 1909.)

Nestanebtishru, Black and white photo of Nestanebtishru's inner coffin lid from Georges Daressy's Cercueils des cachettes royales (Cairo,

Internal side of the cover of the Coffin of Peftjauneith. Nut in black is an image of the night sky vault. The goddess with her mane standing up is swallowing the evening sun and giving birth the full moon. Rijsmuseum. Photo: www.rmo.nl

Internal side of the cover of the Coffin of Peftjauneith. Nut in black is an image of the night sky vault. The goddess with her mane standing up is swallowing the evening sun and giving birth the full moon.

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Lady Iineferty, Mistress of the House (Nebt-Het, or homemaker), wife of King Seti I's Chief tomb decorator Sennedjem. The Tomb of Sennedjem - Sarcophagus cover.

SACRED MATRIARCHY - The New Find Demonstrates the Primacy of the Maternal Line of Descent in Kemit - The coffin inscriptions mention a Priestess named Khnum-Aah, who was the mother of both men. According to Egyptologist JoAnn Fletcher from the University of York “Many written sources from Egypt show precedence to the maternal line. From the official lists of early kings whose names are accompanied by those of their mothers to non-royal individuals, who likewise cite only their mother’s…

SACRED MATRIARCHY - The New Find Demonstrates the Primacy of the Maternal Line of Descent in Kemit - The coffin inscriptions mention a Priestess named Khnum-Aah, who was the mother of both men. According to Egyptologist JoAnn Fletcher from the University of York “Many written sources from Egypt show precedence to the maternal line. From the official lists of early kings whose names are accompanied by those of their mothers to non-royal individuals, who likewise cite only their mother’s…

Vestiges du sarcophage en bois de Mykérinos - British Museum

Vestiges du sarcophage en bois de Mykérinos - British Museum

coffin Maatkare Mutemhat, God's Wife of Amun, sister of Psusennes I from the 21st Dynasty

coffin Maatkare Mutemhat, God's Wife of Amun, sister of Psusennes I from the…

Internal side of the cover of the Coffin of Peftjauneith. Nut in black is an image of the night sky vault. The goddess with her mane standing up is swallowing the evening sun and giving birth the full moon. Rijsmuseum. Photo: www.rmo.nl

Internal side of the cover of the Coffin of Peftjauneith. Nut in black is an image of the night sky vault. The goddess with her mane standing up is swallowing the evening sun and giving birth the full moon. Photo: www.

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