PADIAMENOPET

 
Gender: Male
 
Origin: Old Egyptian
 
 
Namebearer:
 
PADIAMENOPET, his tomb was used to construct the cenotaph of HARWA, c7 BC; Old Egyptian's "finance minister" of the wife of AMUN AMENIRDIS I. He was a powerful man and his cenotaph was one of the
biggest in Old Egypt, speaking of the private section. - "Die Kalköfen waren aus Lehmziegeln gebaut, die aus der Umfassungsmauer des Grabes des Padiamenope[t] stammten", berichten die Ausgräber." "Egyptian
Archaeology" (2014) - "The Theban Tomb TT33 is located in El-Assasif, part of the Theban Necropolis, on the west bank of the Nile, opposite to Luxor. It is the burial place of the Ancient Egyptian Pediamenopet, who
was Prophet and Chief Lector Priest during the 26th Dynasty." The 26th Dynasty was the last one before the Persian conquest of 525 BC. "The tomb was and still remains the largest known non-royal site
in the necropolis as of 2008.[6] TT33 consists of multiple rooms, reached by flights of steps, ramps and vertical shafts." - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TT33_%28tomb%29 (2014)
 

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