Painted relief of Meretre from the Tomb of Neferhotep
Detail of a painting from the Tomb of Neferhotep, Chief scribe of Amun, TT 49 at Thebes. This scene shows Meretre, the wife of Neferhotep who was the 'Chief Scribe of Amun', wearing a long, heavy wig. She is standing behind her husband whose shoulder and wig are visible on the picture. The pair face the Day god (not on the picture) and Meretre is raising her hand with a Sistrum, one of the symbols of the goddess Hathor.
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