Tomb of Pennut
The tomb of Pennut dates to the Twentieth Dynasty, and specifically to the reign of Ramses VI (± 1143-1136 BC.). It is now on the shore of Lake Nasser, on the site of the new Amada. Pennut was chief priest of the temple of Horus of Aniba (ancient Miam), where his wife was a singer.
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