Southern Tomb 23

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Southern Tomb 23 at Amarna was used for the burial of Any, whose titles included, Royal scribe, Scribe of the offering-table of the Aten, Steward of the estate of Aakheperura (Amenhotep II).

The tomb's corridor design resembles some of the northern group of tombs. It has 2 unfinished porches on either side of the door and is only basically decorated.

References[edit]

  • N. de G. Davies - The Rock Cut Tombs of El Amarna. Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, 2004 (ISBN 0-85698-160-5).
  • Owen, Gwil - The Amarna courtiers' tombs. Egyptian Archaeology Autumn 2000

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