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Inner Coffin and Innermost Lid of Tabakmut    Period:      Third Intermediate Period  Dynasty:      Dynasty 21  Reign:      reign of Psusennes II  Date:      ca. 1000–945 B.C.  Geography:      Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb MMA 60, Chamber, burial 2, MMA 1922-1924:

Inner Coffin and Innermost Lid of Tabakmut Period: Third Intermediate Period Dynasty: Dynasty 21 Reign: reign of Psusennes II Date: ca.

Inner Coffin of Henettawy (F)  Date: ca. 990–930 B.C.  Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Henettawy (MMA 59), Tomb of Henettawy F, MMA 1923–24  Accession Number: 25.3.183a, b

Coffin set of Henettawy, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty reign of Psusennes I, ca. From Deir el-Bahri, western Thebes Gessoed and painted wood

Inner coffin of Ankhshepenwepet  Dynasty 25  Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb TT 56, MMA 1923–24  Accession Number: 25.3.202a, b

Inner coffin of Ankhshepenwepet Dynasty 25 Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb TT MMA Accession Number: b

Wooden inner coffin of Khonsu. Inner coffin shows the duplex wig (a double layered wig) with a short goatee. Especially striking are the colours,  the yellow and orange, typical for the 19th dynasty. The goddess Nut is spreading wings protectively under the deceased's chest. Many people incorrectly assume that every winged Egyptian goddess is Isis.

Wooden inner coffin of Khonsu Beautifully painted inner coffin of Khonsu, it shows the duplex wig (a double layered wig) with a short goatee. On his mummified shaped are magical spells and many gods,.

Clepsydra or water clock, faience. Egypt, 4th century BCE. One of the earliest known time-keeping devices, water clocks had inner markings which revealed time passed as water ran out of them.

Clepsydra or water clock, faience. One of the earliest known time-keeping devices, water clocks had inner markings which revealed time passed as water ran out of them. And now I know what a water clock is.

Meritaten, daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti

Origin of the side pony-tail? Mektaten was the second daughter of six born to the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten and his Wife Nefertiti.

Coffin of Nesykhonsu. XXI-XXII Dynasty. Museum of Art of Cleveland. Ancient Egypt

Coffin of Nesykhonsu. Museum of Art of Cleveland.

The Arhenius Sarcophagus - Mougins Museum

MACM’s Egyptian gallery, ‘The Crypt’, is evocative of the Egyptian underworld and appropriately subterranean in the manner of a tomb to accommo

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