PAHMA 6-19928, The Inner Coffin of IwefaaYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
The coffin of Iwefaa was purchased by George Reisner for Phoebe Hearst in the first decade of the 20th Century. It now resides in the Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology at University of California Berkeley. Its owner, who is also in the museum, was a middle-aged man with few teeth who probably had a sore neck. We know little else about him, but several very similar coffins were used in the burials of members of the priesthood of Min from the city of Akhmim, Egypt. It is likeley that Iwefaa too comes from Akhmim, and lived around the 7th Century BCE.
For more on Iwefaa, see our webpage here: https://3dcoffins.berkeley.edu/coffins/pahma-6-19928 https://3dcoffins.berkeley.edu/coffins/pahma-5-1404ab#
The model and the images used to build it are courtesy of the Phoebe A Hearst Museum of Anthropology, where Iwefaa and his coffins remain today.