- Accession Number
- Current Location
- House of Death (ground floor)
- Object Type
- Tomb equipment, Coffin/sarcophagus/cartonnage
- Third Intermediate Period
- Twenty-first Dynasty
- Egypt, Thebes/Luxor
- Lid: Length: 1193mm | Width: 550mm | Height: 333
- Number of Elements
Coffin of a musician from Thebes. 21st Dynasty. Iwesemhesetmwt. From Exeter Royal Albert Museum. The coffin was presented to Exeter museum by Rev. Fitzherbert Fuller in 1819 and the mummy board is still there. Other objects belonging to this lady have been found. See Glenn Janes 2002 'Shabtis a Private View' 64-65.
Anonymous. 1996. The face of Egypt: Swansea Festival exhibition: 5 October 1996–5 January 1997. Swansea: Glynn Vivian Art Gallery. [Cat. 115] Bosse-Griffiths, Kate 1991. Remarks concerning a coffin of the 21st Dynasty. Discussions in Egyptology 19, 5–12. Watkinson, David and Jonathan Brown 1995. The conservation of the polychrome wooden Sarcophagus of Praise Mut. In Brown, Carol E., Fiona Macalister, and Margot M. Wright (eds), Conservation in ancient Egyptian collections: papers given at the conference organised by the United Kingdom Institute for Conservation, Archaeology Section, and International Academic Projects, held at London, 20-21 July 1995, 37–46. London: Archetype.
- Other Identity
- Last modified: 26 Feb 2021