Golden Shrine of Queen Tiye, Tomb KV55Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Two panels of the gilded funerary shine of Queen Tiye found in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt. These panels were discovered by Edward Aryton in 1907 in a small highly disturbed tomb known as KV55. Currently in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
This tomb is controversal because of the mixed nature of the artifacts found inscribed with the names of different individuals from the late 18th dynasty. The remains of a single individual were recovered in the tomb lying in a royal coffin, the face and names of which were defaced. The body has been interpretated as being that of the pharaoh Akhenaten.
Information on the the tomb can be found here. The complete shire would have most likely been similar in appearance to the 2nd and 3rd in the image below.
Created from 94 photographs (Canon EOS Rebel T7i) using Metashape 1.5.5.