Detail of Sarcophagus of Nesptah from the Tomb of Montueemhat
Many individuals who lived during the Late Period wished to be buried in the area of Assassif in western Thebes. Among them was the priest Mentuemhet who was buried in the tomb TT 34 with his son Nesptah. This detail of Nesptah's granite sarcophagus shows him wearing the long wig, holding the life sign, Ankh, and the Djed pillar sign.
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