Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Another Son of Amenhotep I?

At left is a pectoral with the cartouches of King Amenhotep I, discovered on the mummy of a little boy named Amenemhat.  Here is a nice photo of the ornament on the unwrapped mummy.  It is made of painted wood.

In the following pages, you can follow the account of Ambrose Lansing as he describes the discovery of the prince:


It is not necessary to have JSTOR access to read them.

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