Wooden Sarcophagus of Yuya, KV46Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
The wooden outer sarcophagus of Yuya from the Tomb of Yuya and Thuya (KV46), Valley of the Kings, Egypt. This sarcophagus contained three inner, nested anthopoid coffins which encased the mummified body of Yuya. The sarcophagus is currently in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
Yuya and Thuya were the father and mother of Queen Tiye, the great royal wife of Amenhotep III of the 18th Dynasty. The tomb was discovered virtually intact in 1905 by James Quibell and Theodore M. Davis.
Created from 180 photographs (Canon EOS Rebel T7i) using Metashape 1.6.1 and Blender 3D 2.8. Blender was used to fix some aspects of the geometry and texturing caused by substandard lighting conditions in the museum. The sledge was also entirely reconstructed using Blender based on the original scanned geometry. Photographed in January 2020 in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.