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This is the outer coffin of Khonsu, son of Sennedjem, found in Tomb no. 1 at Deir El Medina in 1885. Now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Model built by Anthony Barbieri-Low, based on photos from Michael Chen and Kara Cooney. The Servitor in the Place of Truth, Khonsu, the son of Sennedjem and Iineferty, was buried in his father's tomb. His mummy, covered by a mummy mask and laid in the wooden inner coffin, indicated that he was between fifty and sixty yeas old at his death. This coffin shows the deceased wearing a tripartite striated wig and holding in his right hand the djed symbol for "stability," and tit, for "protection," in his left. For the inner coffin of Khonsu see 86.1.2a, b. Other objects in the collection that were discovered in the same tomb are numbered 86.1.1â€“86.1.29.
Coffin Khonsu wood Metropolitan Museum of Art Ramesses II Deil el Medina Tomb Sennedjem 86.1.1a.b.jpg
Human Anthropoid Coffin Sarcophagus
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Ramesses II Usermaatre Setepenre
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA
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