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Base of the coffin of Pakepu 3D Model
The base of a set of nested coffins made for Pakepu, a water pourer (wAH-mw) on the West of Thebes. Both of his coffins are simply and sparsely painted with religious scenes and bands of text. This dates to the 25th-26th dynasties of the Kushite-Late Period.
Found in Thebes (Egypt) and given to the Fitzwilliam Museum in 1869 by Edward (VII), Prince of Wales.
354 photographs, Sony A6000 taken in gallery, no lights. Processed in Agisoft Photoscan using medium settings.
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