Detail of a painting from the Tomb of Roy, Royal scribe, TT255 in the Tombs of the Nobles at Thebes. Tawy, Roy's wife was the 'chantress of Amun'. In this scene she holds the Sistrum, one of the most important cult objects, a musical rattle related to Hathor. Sistrum is a Greek name meaning "to shake".
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