. Archaeologists in Egypt Have Discovered a 3,200-Year-Old Underground Tomb Complete With Elaborate Wall Reliefs—See Them Here « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ART NET NEWS – The complex belonged to Panehsy, a steward of the temple of Amun during the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II c. 1250. It is composed of a freestanding temple, complete with an entrance, a colonnaded courtyard, a passage leading to underground burial chambers, and three chapels. Inside, archaeologists found images of Panehsy and his wife Baia taking part in religious rituals. In one stone relief, the deceased couple is depicted seated at an offering table across a priest, which hieroglyphic text identifies as Piay, with a leopard skin draped around his shoulders.

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