Inner Coffin & Lid Of Amen-Hotep.
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- Donor Name
- Government Of Egypt
- Site Name
- Deir El-Bahri (Deir el-Bahari,Thebes)
- From card: "Egyptian list identifies as "Big coffin of the priest 'Amenhotep', scribe." Dr. L. Bull, Met. Mus., N.Y., says "No name visible ... Apparently an inner stock coffin for a man ..." Amen-hotep was "divine father of Amun-Re king of gods, and scribe of the recruits of the army." XXI Dynasty. Exhibit, Hall 26, 1976." 1978 NMNH slide set caption: "Coffin and lid, wooden, painted in several colors with hieroglyphs and mythological scenes, topped with painted 3-dimensional head, coffin of a scribe, Egyptian, Thebes, 21st Dynasty, ca. 1000 BC." Note re photos: Negative # 78-8757 is frontal, lt, overview. 78-8758 is profile, lt, overview. 78-8759 is frontal, lt, detail of top portion of coffin and lid showing painted interior. 78-8760 is 3/4, lt, detail of top portion of coffin and lid showing coffin closed.
- Record Last Modified
- 26 Sep 2017
- Specimen Count
- Egyptian, III Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXI
- Accession Date
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- USNM Number
- Object Type
- Qena, Upper Egypt, Egypt, Africa
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