Mural Paintings in Tomb of Peshedu - Peshedu was a ‘Servant In the Place of Truth’, Deir el-Medina, during the Ramesside Period. His tomb, which is situated high on the hillside above the village, commands spectacular views from its entrance.
Nebamun was an Egyptian "scribe and counter of grain" during the New Kingdom. His tomb in Thebes, the location of which is now lost, featured the famous Pond in a Garden false fresco painting. Nebamun's name is translated as "My Lord is Amun" and he is thought to have lived c. 1500 bc. The paintings were hacked from the tomb wall and purchased by a British collector who in turn sold them to the British Museum in 1821.
Ancient Egypt - wall mural from the Tomb of Queen Nefertari, the chief wife of Rameses the Great (Rameses II) - the Goddess Isis leads her by the hand - Valley of the Queens, left bank of the Nile, west of Luxor
Nebamun's cattle are driven up for his inspection while scribes tally their numbers - detail. From the wall paintings of the tomb of Nebamun, a wealthy accountant in the Temple of Amun at Thebes circa British Museum, London.