Outer Coffin of the Singer of Amun Nauny

Third Intermediate Period

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 126

Nauny was buried in a set of nesting coffins which included an outer coffin (30.3.23a, b), an inner coffin (30.3.24a, b), and the mummy cover (30.3.25). The faces may originally have been gilded, which would explain why each was removed in ancient times.

Outer Coffin of the Singer of Amun Nauny, Sycomore wood, mud, glue, stucco, paint, varnish, plaster

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