jueves, 30 de julio de 2015


The entry to chamber C is a doorway of 1.25m height and 0.80m width, originally framed by a lintel and doorposts of limestone, and which included at its centre a wooden door, with inscriptions and paintings on both faces. The lintel and the left doorpost were donated to the Anthropological Museum of the University of California; the right doorpost would be in the storeroom of Deir el-Medina; the threshold is still in its original place, whilst the door-leaf is at the Cairo Museum (Cairo museum, No. ME 27303).
 A small decorated corridor then leads into the actual chamber.

Deir el-Medina, Tomb TT1, SENNEDJEM , son of Khabekhnet and Tahennu


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