3,000 Year-Old Tomb Of Royal Scribe Discovered In Egypt

3,000 Year-Old Tomb Of Royal Scribe Discovered In Egypt

Image Credit: Waseda University

The solar boat of the Sun God Ra worshipped by baboons

A team led by Waseda University Professor Jiro Kondo has discovered a previously unknown tomb in the Theban necropolis in Egypt. The beautifully decorated tomb is thought to go back to the Ramesside period (c. 1200 BCE) based on stylistic characteristics.

The owner of the T-shaped tomb, measuring 4.6 – 5.5 meters, is assumed to have been a nobleman or scribe named “Khonsu.”

Image Credit: Waseda University

Beautifully decorated ceiling of the Khonsu tomb

On the north wall of the entrance area there are carved pictures showing the solar boat of the Sun God Ra being worshipped by 4 baboons in poses of adoration.

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