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


Userhat is a royal scribe of King Amenhotep II. The paintings in this tomb are further interesting.

Userhat is seen with his wife receiving offerings; Workers are having some rest while some of them are having their hair cut by barbers (See Image 3); Userhat is portrayed in the inner chamber hunting in his chariot (See Image 2); and finally scenes from Userhat's funeral and accompanying ceremonies (See Image 1).

       
Image 1 Image 2 Image 3

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