Tomb of Pennut

The tomb is a rock cut tombs. It is consist of antechamber, then a niche where there are the remains of three destroyed statues.
The chamber has scenes of Pennut offerings to the gods, and others represent the funeral and the final judgments. However, large sections of wall inscriptions have been cut away.

Location:

It is located in Aniba, South Aswan, near Amada Temple.

 

Who built it?

This tomb belongs to one of the officials who lived at the time of Ramsis IV and was called Pennut; he was overseer of the province of Aniba.

 

Why it was built?

It was built for Pennut to be buried in it.


Explanation:
The tomb is a rock cut tombs. It is consist of antechamber, then a niche where there are the remains of three destroyed statues.
The chamber has scenes of Pennut offerings to the gods, and others represent the funeral and the final judgments. However, large sections of wall inscriptions have been cut away.
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