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Relief from princess Idut tomb in Saqqara, Old Kingdom

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From the tomb of Princess "Idut" at Saqqara, Ending of Dynasty V and the beginning of Dynasty VI, circa 2280 B.C

From the tomb of Princess "Idut" at Saqqara, Ending of Dynasty V and the beginning of Dynasty VI, circa 2280 B.

From the tomb of Princess "Idut" at Saqqara, Ending of Dynasty V and the beginning of Dynasty VI, circa 2280 B.C

Mastaba of Princess Idut Saqqara Egypt (Mastaba of Ihy)

RELIEFS FROM THE TOMB OF NEFER-MAAT

The Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt - Tomb of Nefer-Maat

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wall relief in the tomb of Princess Idut. Scenes includes slaughter of cow, perhaps for ceremonial purposes or a feast.

wall relief in the tomb of Princess Idut. Scenes includes slaughter of cow, perhaps for ceremonial purposes or a feast.

https://flic.kr/p/7CFh6n | Saqqara Tomb of princess Idut | Egypt details

https://flic.kr/p/7CFh6n | Saqqara Tomb of princess Idut | Egypt details

Tomb of Irukaptah, late Vth dynasty © OSIRISNET.NET

Tombs of Ancient Egypt

Painting from the tomb chapel of Nebamen: fragment of polychrome tomb-painting divided into two registers. In the upper register a herd of cattle is brought to Nebamen; in front of the cattle the herdsmen bow down to a standing scribe who records the produce. The vertical hieroglyphic caption is damaged, and only a few-phrases can be read. In the lower register a man drives cattle towards some seated scribes. Two horizontal registers of hieroglyphs survive above.

Painting from the tomb chapel of Nebamun Upper Egypt, dynasty, ca. 1350 BC “Fragment of polychrome tomb-painting divided into two registers. In the upper register a herd of cattle is brought to.

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Full: Front Part of tomb wall; plaster on mud; painted representation of Nubians offering skins, animals, ebony and red jasper. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Saqqara / Tomb of Mereruka / Digging

Saqqara / Tomb of Mereruka / Digging

Seated before an amply supplied table of offerings, Ptahhotep is dressed in a panther skin. He raises up to his face, a vessel containing an ointment of which he breathes the regenerative perfume. Above him is an inscribed list giving his titles as Supervising Priest of the Pyramids of Isesi, Niuserre and Menkauhor. Note that Isesi is listed first, even though he followed the others to the throne, thus respectfully indicating that he was the Serving pharaoh of Ptahhotep.

Mastaba tomb of Akhti-Hotep and Ptah-Hotep, Saqqara, Egypt.

Relief from princess Idut tomb in Saqqara, Old Kingdom

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Relief from princess Idut tomb in Saqqara, Old Kingdom

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Relief from princess Idut tomb in Saqqara, Old Kingdom

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