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Tomb of Menna Tomb of Menna
Photo by Raymon Kondos
© 2009 Your Egypt

Menna is the scribe of the fields of Upper and Lower Egypt in the reign of Thutmose IV.

   
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The painting of the tomb is very vivid and they cover up many aspects of life under Menna's tenure. Menna is shown with his wife worshiping OsirisWho is this deity? (See Image 1); he is portrayed doing his job and supervising the measuring of the land and the harvest of corn; violators are seen beaten; several hunting and fishing scenes can be seen like in most of the tombs; usual representation of the funeral procession and the funerary boats sailing in the Nile.

The back wall of the shrine has a nicheWhat does it mean? that bears the destroyed statutes of Menna and his wife.

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