Painting of Inherkhau and family in the Tomb of Inherkhau
Detail of a painting in the Tomb of Inherkhau, TT359 in Dayr al-Madina at Luxor. Inherkhau was the 'Foreman of the Lord of the Two Lands in the Place of Truth'. This scene from his tomb shows Inherkhau and his wife seated, receiving offerings (ushabtis box and libation vase) from their two sons wearing long kilts. Inherkhau and his wife are dressed in the fine dresses typical for the Ramesside period. They are surrounded by four grandchildren, depicted naked with a side-lock of youth, one boy and three girls who hold birds in their hands.
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