Gurob, tomb 36
date: 19th Dynasty
in the tomb was found the shabti of a person called sS (reading of the name is uncertain)
The tomb is a typical example of a 'temple tomb' of the New Kingdom (about 1550-1069 BC). At its back or on the top of the chamber in the back, there might have been a small pyramid. Similar tombs have been excavated at Thebes, Soleb, Aniba, Saqqara, Abydos.
(click on the pictures on the right and left)
Brunton/Engelbach 1927: pl. XIX.36; pl. XIV (tomb register), XXXI (the finds)
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