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5939. **SOLD** Egyptian funerary cone for Pehsukher

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Egyptian funerary cone for Pehsukher

This  important Man
whose Theban tomb at Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 
is number  TT88  was also 
called Tjanunw or Thenenu.

He was a ‘Lieutenant of the King’, ‘Standard-bearer’ of
the Pharaohs Tuthmosis  III - Amenhotep II .

His wife was called 
Neit whose title was Chief Royal nurse, Governess of the god and his
sons named  Amenhotep and Amenmose.

Tip broken off as is so often the case.

125mm x 85mm

New Kingdom, 18th dynasty

Davies and Macadam No. 201

From my own collection. Formerly in a German collection.

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Price: sold GBP

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