Coffins of Pa-di-mut, Mut-iy-y, & Ankh-Khonsu

3D Image

Arienne King
by Harvard Museum of the Ancient Near East
published on 21 August 2020

Three Egyptian sarcophagi from the 22nd Dynasty of Egypt, 945 - 712 BCE. The sarcophagi belong to Pa-di-mut, Mut-iy-y, and Ankh-Khonsu respectively.

Photogrammetry by Peter Der Manuelian. 3D modeling by Mohamed Abdelaziz.

(Courtesy of the Harvard Semitic Museum)

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