This tomb goes back to the 2nd century AD and belongs to a
girl that drowned in the Nile. Isadora was renown for her
beauty in the city of Hermopolis. One day she sailed to visit
her fiancé on the other side of the Nile when her boat
sank and she drowned.
Her father built a tomb for her. The tomb is interesting
for the Greek poem by Isadora's father who described his daughter
as pure and kind, and predicted her the paradise.
The tomb still includes Isadora's well-preserved mummy lying
in the burial chamber.