Mummy and Coffin of Djed-djehuty-iuef-ankh

Djed-djehuty-iuef-ankh (whose name means ‘The god Thoth says “May he live”’) was a member of a family of priests from the city of Thebes, where he served the warlike god Montu. This spectacular nest of three coffins containing his mummy was found in 1895, together with that of his mother, buried within the grounds of the temple at Deir el-Bahari.  

Mummy and Coffin of Djed-djehuty-iuef-ankh
Mummy and Coffin of Djed-djehuty-iuef-ankh
Mummy and Coffin of Djed-djehuty-iuef-ankh
Mummy and Coffin of Djed-djehuty-iuef-ankh
Mummy and Coffin of Djed-djehuty-iuef-ankh
Mummy and Coffin of Djed-djehuty-iuef-ankh

Third Intermediate Period, 25th Dynasty, ca. 770–712 BC. Now in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. AN1895.153, 155-156

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