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MensajeTema: DB320   Jue Jul 23, 2015 11:45 pm

DB320

La tumba DB320 (también llamada TT320) está situada junto a Deir el-Bahari, en la necrópolis de Tebas, frente a Luxor, Egipto. Es un escondrijo extraordinario que contiene restos de momias y del equipo fúnebre de más de cincuenta faraones, reinas, familiares y de varios nobles

La tumba fue construida para el sumo sacerdote de Amón Pinedyem II, sus esposas Isetemjeb y Nesjons y otros miembros de su familia. Pinedyem II murió alrededor 969 a. C., durante una época de declive del poder egipcio, el Tercer periodo intermedio. En ese tiempo las tumbas de dinastías anteriores eran vulnerables al saqueo y muchas momias reales fueron trasladadas aquí para protegerlas.

La tumba fue descubierta en 1860 por una familia local, la de Abd el-Rasuls, que la mantuvo oculta vendiendo parte de los objetos en el mercado negro de antigüedades. Las investigaciones de las autoridades egipcias localizaron la fuente de esos artículos en 1881, y encargaron a Émile Brugsch una inspección urgente de la tumba. Realizada en apenas 48 horas, no se tomaron fotos ni notas, y como consecuencia gran parte del conocimiento se ha perdido.

La cámara se alcanza desde una chimenea casi vertical de 13 metros de longitud, abierta en 1881, que contenía restos y cascotes, lo que dañó los objetos que permanecieron allí. Fue nuevamente examinada en 1938, y desde 1998 un equipo formado por rusos y alemanes está investigando de nuevo bajo la dirección de Erhart Graefe.1

En la tumba se han encontrado 500 objetos ya estudiados, entre ellos un fragmento de una lista escrita en caracteres hieráticos datada en época de Ramsés I, y partes de una tienda de campaña de cuero de Isetemjeb. Las piezas se encuentran en diferentes estados de conservación, dependiendo de si se hallaron en un lugar seco o húmedo.



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MensajeTema: Re: DB320   Jue Jul 23, 2015 11:47 pm

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MensajeTema: Re: DB320   Jue Jul 23, 2015 11:48 pm

17th Tetisheri (?) Great Royal Wife
17th Seqenenre Tao Pharaoh
17th Ahmose-Inhapi Queen
17th Ahmose-Henutemipet Princess
17th Ahmose-Henuttamehu Great Royal Wife
17th Ahmose-Meritamon Great Royal Wife
17th Ahmose-Sipair Prince
17th Ahmose-Sitkamose Great Royal Wife
18th Ahmose I Pharaoh
18th Ahmose-Nefertari Great Royal Wife
18th Rai Royal nurse Nurse of Ahmose-Nefertari
18th Siamun Prince
18th Ahmose-Sitamun Princess
18th Amenhotep I Pharaoh
18th Thutmose I Pharaoh
18th Baket (?) Princess possibly Baketamun (?)
18th Thutmose II Pharaoh
18th Iset Great Royal Wife Wife of Thutmose II, mother of Thutmose III
18th Thutmose III Pharaoh
18th Unknown man C Possibly Senenmut[1][2]
19th Ramesses I Pharaoh
19th Seti I Pharaoh
19th Ramesses II Pharaoh
20th Ramesses III Pharaoh
20th Ramesses IX Pharaoh
21st Nodjmet Queen Wife of Herihor
21st Pinedjem I High Priest of Amun
21st Duathathor-Henuttawy Wife of Pinedjem I
21st Maatkare God's Wife of Amun Daughter of Pinedjem I
21st Masaharta High Priest of Amun Son of Pinedjem I
21st Tayuheret Singer of Amun Possible wife of Masaharta
21st Pinedjem II High Priest of Amun
21st Isetemkheb D Chief of the Harem of Amun-Re Wife of Pinedjem II
21st Neskhons First Chantress of Amun; King's Son of Kush Wife of Pinedjem II
21st Djedptahiufankh Fourth Prophet of Amun
21st Nesitanebetashru Wife of Djedptahiufankh
? Unknown man E has been studied by Bob Brier, who thinks the mummy in question, might be Pentawer, one of the progeny of Ramses III
? 8 other unidentified mummies; funerary remains of Hatshepsut
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MensajeTema: Re: DB320   Vie Sep 04, 2015 7:12 am

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MensajeTema: Re: DB320   Dom Oct 04, 2015 8:56 am

The Mummy Cache found in DB320

By Anneke Bart
Two caches of royal mummies were discovered in the 1881. One is often referred to as the Deir-el-Bahari Cache DB320. This cache consists of some 36 mummies found in Thebes. The tomb is sometimes labeled as TT320.
The tomb may have been discovered as early as 1860 by the Rassul brothers. When objects from the tomb began appearing on the market an investigation was made, and after torturing the Rassul brothers one of them revealed the location of the tomb. The tomb had to be excavated in haste to prevent further plunder by the locals. The mummies had been collected and reburied possibly in the 7th or 8th year of Psusennes I, and more reburials may date to the time of Shoshenk I. Below is a list of mummies from DB320. The numbers refer to the catalogue numbers they received. Links are provided to the Theban Mummy Project pages which include photographs and information about the mummies.







No 61051 Sequenenre-Tao II died in battle. The king had apparently been stabbed behind one of his ears with a knife or sword. His cheek and nose had been smashed, perhaps with a mace, and the large wounds visible above the king's right eye and on his upper forehead may have been inflicted with a battle axe. All of these injuries seem consistent with the kind of battlefield death.
Ikram and Dodson refer to a recent examination of the wound behind the king's ear which revealed that this injury had started to heal prior to the king's death, and therefore indicated that Seqnenre-Taa II had received it well in advance of the time when the other wounds to his head were inflicted. They mention the possibility that the king may have been injured in battle, and then assassinated while he was still recuperating. Seqenenre-Tao was ca 1.70 m tall(5ft 7in) and had thick curly black hair.
http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/17A.htm#Seqnenre-Taa%20II


No 61052Unknown Woman A: Probably (Ahmose)-Meryetamen I Described as a small old woman. The mummy is badly damaged and is missing its arms. Probably a daughter of Seqenenre Tao II. Both of Ahmose-Meryetamun's ears had been pierced, and remarked on the poor state of her dentition. She was elderly at the time of her death, and may have died as the result of a fall backward which produced a head injury still visible on her mummified scalp.
This mummy has been confused in the literature with that of Meryt-Amon II ,the daughter of Ahmose I and the wife of the 18th Dynasty king Amenhotep I. The mummy of Merytamen II was found in TT358.Her mummy indicates that she died in her thirties. To further confuse the issue, Merytamen II was mistaken for another Merytamen who was a wife of Amenhotep II.
http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/mummypages1/Early18.htm#Ahmose-Meryetamen



No 61053 Ahmose-Inhapi daughter of Senakhtenre-Tao I and the wife of Seqenenre-Tao II. Ahmose-Inhapi was ca 1.69 m tall (5ft 6 1/3in). She is described as a stout youngish woman. The mummification techniques used on Inhapi bears some resemblance to those used for her husband Seqenenre Tao. As in the case of Seqnenre-Taa II, aromatic powdered wood had also been sprinkled over Inhapi's body.

http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/17A.htm#Ahmose-Inhapi



No 61054 Lady Rai was supposedly a (wet-)nurse of Ahmose-Nofretari. Lady Rai was a youngish woman who stood only 1.51 m tall (4ft 11 1/2 in). Her mummy is in very good shape.

http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/mummypages1/Early18.htm#Rai



No 61055 Ahmose-Nefertari died at ca 70 years of age. Ahmose Nefertari was the daughter of Sequenenre Tao and Queen Ahhotep. She was married to Ahmose and the mother of Amenhotep I. She was ca 1.61 tall (5ft 3 1/3 in)

http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/mummypages1/Early18.htm#Ahmose-Nofretari



No 61056 Unknown Woman B (Tetisheri?) This lady was a white haired, partially bald petite lady. She would have stood 1.57 m tall (5 ft 1 3/4 in). Tetisheri was the daughter of the nobleman Tjenna and his wife Neferu. She was the wife of Senachtenre Tao I and the mother of Seqenenre Tao II and Queen Ahhotep.

http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/17A.htm



No 61057 Ahmose I died age ca 35 - 40. He stood about 1.64 m tall (5ft 4 1/3 in).

http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/mummypages1/Early18.htm#Amosis



No 61058 Amenhotep I Died in his 40s. The son of Ahmose and Queen Ahmose Nefertari was the second king of the 18th Dynasty.

http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/mummypages1/Aeighteen.htm#Amenhotep%20I



No 61059 Siamun (2nd) son of Ahmose. Siamun died as a young child, and the mummy consists of a collection of bones.



No 61060 Sitamun daughter of Ahmose. This mummy consists of a bundle of reeds surmounted by a skull. She is probably a daughter of Ahmose and Ahmose-Nefertari. She held the title of GodÕs Wife.

http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/mummypages1/Early18.htm#Sitamun



No 61061 Ahmose-Henttimehu, probably a daughter of Seqenenre-Taa II and Ahmose-Inhapi. She was an old woman at the time of her death and must have lived into the reign of Ahmose. She stood a little over 1.52 m (4ft 11 3/4 in). She was a King's Sister and King's Wife (of Ahmose).

http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/17A.htm#Ahmose-Henttimehu



No 61062 Ahmose-Henttempet (Henutemipet?) is thought to be a daughter of Seqenenre-Taa II and Ahhotep I. She would have been a sister of King Ahmose. She reached an advanced age and must have lived into the reign of Ahmose. She stood ca 1.61m tall (5ft 3 1/2 in)

http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/17A.htm#Ahmose-Hentempet



No 61063 Ahmose-Sitkamose, Perhaps a daughter of Kamose..She would have been ca 1.62 m tall (5 ft 7 3/4 in). Possibly received the title of God's Wife posthumously.

http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/17A.htm#Ahmose-Sitkamose



No 61064 Ahmose Sipair. A son of Ahmose and his sister-wife Ahmose Nefertari. This peculiar mummy looks very distorted. The skin and only some of the bones remain.

http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/mummypages1/Early18.htm#Sipair



No 61065 Ahmose-Sipairi (or Tuthmosis I)? maybe someone else? Maspero thought he was over 50 at time of death, but recently examinations have shown he was only approximately 20 years old.. One recent theory, as noted by Ikram and Dodson, proposes that this mummy is actually that of Ahmose-Sipairi, the alleged father of Tuthmosis I. This man stood ca 1.55 m tall (5ft 3/4in).

http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/mummypages1/Aeighteen.htm#Tuthmosis%20I
http://euler.slu.edu/~bart/egyptianhtml/mummycaches/DB320%20Cache.htm
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MensajeTema: Re: DB320   Miér Oct 07, 2015 12:40 am

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MensajeTema: Re: DB320   Mar Oct 13, 2015 11:52 am

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MensajeTema: Re: DB320   Vie Oct 16, 2015 6:12 am

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