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'Vymazalová H, Havelková P, 2019: NOTES ON THE TOMB OF DUAPTAH (AS 68A) AT ABUSIR SOUTH. Anthropologie (Brno) 57, 1: 87-104'.
The article presents evidence uncovered by the mission of the Czech Institute of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University (Prague) at the necropolis of Abusir, Egypt. The tomb of Duaptah was one of the four rockcut tombs uncovered in 2012 in the tomb complex of Princess Sheretnebty at Abusir South. The identity of the tomb's owner is given by inscriptions carved on limestone blocks which once decorated the tomb's entrance. The tomb contained two male burials in two burial chambers, and the remains of one female burial as well as some more scattered human remains.
Ancient Egypt – Old Kingdom – Abusir South – Tomb complex of Sheretnebty – Rock-cut tomb – Duaptah – Nefermin – Burial – Anthropological examination

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