Burial of Neb-em-suhet

Site: Maiyana, Tomb: Shaft 604

Description:

The small chamber was on the west of the shaft, containing a coffin of sycamore, tied across both ways with a rope. At the foot of it were two painted wooden statuettes (xvii, 1, 2) with the same inscription on each, The figures of the bread-maker and the cook (xvii, 3) are a little inferior to those of the previous tombs, but far better than in the IXth dynasty. The head-rest (1, 18) with the square abacus is of the regular Old Kingdom type.

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