Coffins of Yuya. Before the discovery of Tutankhamen's opulent treasures, the tomb of Yuya and Tuyu was one of the most important burials to be found in the Valley of the Kings. Discovered on February 5th, 1905, by James Quibell and Theodore M. Davis, the tomb (designated KV 46) contained one of the most complete and beautifully made sets of funerary equipment then known.
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Tanis Grab Psussenes Detail --f Goldkollier with royal cartouches Material: Gold, carnelian, lapis lazuli and green feldspar; Height of the buckle 6,2 cm
Tanis Grab Psussenes This magnificent, ornate chest jewelry was in a silver coffin, which also still contained other pieces in beautiful gold work, directly on the mummy Psusennes I. The main issue is, as with the other pectorals, the rebirth of the sun - represented in the form of a winged scarab from green jasper - on her endless journey. He wears on his head the royal cartouche with the name "Psusennes, beloved of Amun" rather than the traditional solar disk and rests on a "shen-ring
Triada del faraón Micerino, acompañado por la diosa Hathor (a su derecha) y la personificación del nomo de Diospolis Parva (a su izquierda).