Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Update from TT11


A Spanish mission working at Dra Abu El-Naga on the West Bank at Luxor has discovered a second, painted burial chamber in the tomb of Djehuty (TT11). At the entrance the Djehuty Proyecto found 5 gold earrings and 2 gold rings, which date to the early- to mid-18th Dynasty and probably belonged to Djehuty or to a member of his family.


From the facebook page Egyptian Museum

2 comments:

cas said...

Jane this was back in 2008-9 are the rings now on display?

http://egyptology.blogspot.com/2009/03/gold-jewelry-found-in-tomb-of-djehuty.html

Jane Akshar said...

As I posted I found this on the Egyptian Museum Facebook page.