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Anonymous (Deir el-Medina)
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Sarcophagus of a priest of Amun.
label QS:Len,"Sarcophagus of a priest of Amun."
label QS:Lpl,"Sarkofag kapłana Amona."
label QS:Lfr,"Sarcophage d'un prêtre d'Amon."
Date circa 990-967 BC (Mid 21st dynasty)
Medium polychromy on wood
medium QS:P186,Q183127;P186,Q287,P518,Q861259
Dimensions 179 × 44 cm (70.4 × 17.3 ″)
institution QS:P195,Q153306
Current location
ground floor
Object history

: given to University of Warsaw by Aleksander Biernacki

: deposited to National Museum in Warsaw (MNW)
Notes Sarcophagus of Ilb type is dated specifically to the reign of Menkheperre or his son Pinedjem II.
References Jerzy Kolendo (1993). Antyk w Uniwersytecie Warszawskim. Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, p. 157
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