Built from one single piece of granite, taken there from a 600 kms far mine. We don't know how "they" did it. #AbuSimble Construído a partir de um único pedaço de granito, levada para lá de um 600 km longe da minha. Não sabemos como "eles" fizeram isso
Egypt, Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979) - Luxor - Valley of the Queens. Tomb of Nefertari. Burial chamber. Pillar. Mural paintings. 'Iun-mutef' Horus (Dynasty 19, Ramses II, 1290-1224 BC) Digital reconstruction (QV66 - 333391)
Coffin and mummy of Henut-Wedjebu 1391–1350 BC. Hatiay's similar coffin is now in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Henut-Wedjebu was "Mistress of the House and Songtress of Amun" in the temple of Amun in Karnak. She was probably married to Hatiay, the "Scribe and Granary-Overseer of the Mansion of Aten," in whose tomb this coffin was found.