Tumba de Petosiris

Tomb of Petosiris, called Ankhefenkhons, was the high priest of Thoth at Hermopolis and held various priestly degrees in the service of Sakhmet, Khnum, Amen-Re and Hathor.

Painting of fish offerings from the Tomb of Benia. The tomb of Benia TT343, supervisor of construction work, is situated at the foot of the south-eastern hills of Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, in midst of further tombs of the 18th and 19th dynasty. Dating the tomb precisely is a difficult task and is still debated, because there are no names of rulers mentioned anywhere in the tomb.

Painting of fish offerings from the Tomb of Benia, supervisor of construction work, south-eastern hills of Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, to dynasty.

Tumba de Nakht TT52 , Sheikh Abd el-Qurna , Luxor.

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Sitting in Sesh  Scribes- Horemheb tomb, 18th dynasty, Saqqara, Egypt

Scribe- Writers - Horemheb tomb, dynasty, Saqqara, Egypt by bertha .Egypt is the first to encourage girls teaching.

The Tomb of Ay in the Valley of the Kings. Ay was the penultimate Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt's  Dynasty 18 (between Tutankhamen and Horemheb), about 1323-1319 BC.

Tomb Fresco -- Lotuses & A Flock Of Birds -- Tomb of Ay in the Valley of the Kings., the penultimate Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt's -- Dynasty 18 (between Tutankhamen & Horemheb), about BCE.

Vignette from Ramose Book of the Dead: the Ba bird, soul of the deceased, being able to fly freely in and out of the deceased's tomb.18th dynasty.

Vignette from Ramose Book of the Dead: the Ba bird, soul of the deceased, being able to fly freely in and out of the deceased's dynasty.

Very interesting relief from Mastaba at Saqqaara, depicting an architech of Kagemni, the architect has a pencil on his ear while working Old Kingdom, 6th Dynasty during the reign of Teti  Kagemni was a vizier from the early part of the reign of King Teti of the Sixth dynasty of Egypt. Kagemni's wife Nebtynubkhet Sesheshet was a King's Daughter and likely the daughter of Teti.

Very interesting relief from Mastaba at Saqqaara, depicting an architech of Kagemni, the architect has a pencil on his ear while working Old Kingdom, Dynasty during the reign of Teti Kagemni was a vizier from the early part of the reign of King Teti o

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