Archaeologists have discovered in Egypt the tomb of a Royal scribe.
A team of scientists from Waseda University discovered the tomb in Egypt men, which dates back to 1200 BC, the era of the New Kingdom.
The tomb belonged to a man named Khonsu, and the inscription on the wall States that he was a Royal scribe, reported on the website of the University.
The tomb of the T-shape was oriented East-West and consisted of two rooms: a main room, with a length of 4.6 meters and a transverse hall with a length of 5.5 meters. On one of the walls of the tomb was a picture of the boat of the God RA, which worshipped four baboon.
Next to the image is an inscription which describes Khonsu as “truly a famous scribe.” On another wall was painted the image of Khonsu and his wife, who worshiped Osiris and ISIS.
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