Sarcophagus of Djedhor

Ptolemaic Period

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 133

Djedhor was a royal scribe as well as a priest of Min and Hathor. Besides his name and titles, the inscription on his stone sarcophagus also mentions his mother Tikas. Faint traces of paint are found on the pupils.

Sarcophagus of Djedhor, Limestone

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