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Mummy of priests daughter Tamut 900BC.

'Mummy of a priest’s daughter named Tamut in a painted case, and CT scan of the same mummy. From Thebes, Egypt, Dynasty, c.

Sarcophagus (and Mummy) of Neshkons  Material: Painted Sycamore Fig Wood  Origin: Ancient Egypt (Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXI)  Dated: c. 900–940 BCE

Sarcophagus (and Mummy) of Neshkons Material: Painted Sycamore Fig Wood Origin: Ancient Egypt (Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXI) Dated: c. by Samuel Merrin

The well preserved mummy of Seti I, son of Ramses I and father of Ramses II

Menmaatre Seti I (or Sethos I as in Greek) was a Pharaoh of the New Kingdom Nineteenth dynasty of Egypt, the son of Ramesses I and Queen Sitre, and the father of Ramesses II.~~ very well preserved

Momie de la Reine Nedjemet/Nodjmet...  Probablement la soeur de Ramsès XI.

Momie de la Reine Nedjemet/Nodjmet... Probablement la soeur de Ramsès XI.

Mummy of Nesmin    Period:      Ptolemaic Period  Date:      305–30 B.C.  Geography:      Egypt, Northern Upper Egypt, Akhmim

Mummy of Nesmin -- BCE -- Ptolemaic Period -- Northern Upper Egypt, Akhmim -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Mummy & Coffin of Meresamun  --  She was a "Singer in the Interior of the Temple of Amun" at Karnak & part of a divine choir that sang & made music during temple rituals.

The Mummy & Coffin of Meresamun, an ancient Egyptian singer-priestess in the inner sanctum of the temple at Karnak -- Circa 800 BCE -- Oriental Institute, Chicago Museum, University of Chicago.

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