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Embalming materials for Middle Kingdom High Vizier rediscovered on Luxor’s west bank – The Archaeology News Network

Within the framework of the Middle Kingdom Theban Project, an international mission under the auspices of the University of Alcalá (UAH, Spain) has uncovered over 50 clay jars filled with embalming materials for the mummification of the ancient Egyptian vizier Ipi during the cleaning of the courtyard under his tomb number (TT 315).

via Embalming materials for Middle Kingdom High Vizier rediscovered on Luxor’s west bank – The Archaeology News Network

AWOL – The Ancient World Online: Open Access Monograph Series: Les Graffiti de la Montagne Thébaine.

“It is full of treasures … the discovery of the 21st century.” — NILE Magazine.

Amun-Ra Egyptology Blog: Revelations in the Valley of the Kings: what has been found since King Tut’s coffin?.

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