February 16, 2012 • 3:53 pm
Michaela Binder, Durham University
There is a general rule in archaeology, the most important finds always come at the very end of the season… and why should it be any different at Amara West?
In the western chamber of pyramid tomb G309, Åshild Vågene has started to reveal a Ramesside coffin made of wood and decorated with painted plaster.
So far, we have exposed most of the red-painted face of a coffin mask, shown with large yellow earrings and a black wig.
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