Tomb of Menna (TT69)‎‏

Menna was a ‘Scribe in the fields of the Lord of the Two Lands of Upper and Lower Egypt’ during Dynasty XVIII, andhis job was probably to document the records of land ownership. Dated on architectural and stylistic grounds, the reigning king is usually assumed to be

Tuthmose IV or Amenhotep III, although there is no mention of the king’s name in the tomb. His wife’s name was Henuttawi, a Chantress of Amun
The tomb of Menna can be found in the upper enclosure at Sheikh ‘Abd el-Qurna, west luxor















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