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Menna TT69

His title was “Scribe in the field of the Lord of the two Lands of Upper and Lower Egypt” and he was married to Henuttauy. His small tomb dates back to the time of Thutmose IV. The tomb is well know for its extended decorations of his profession and the work in the fields, but also the leisure time of him and his family the duck hunt in a papyrus boat and has its typical T-shape.
He had two sons, Sa and Kha and three daughters: Amen-em-weskhet, Nehem-awayt and Ka-si.

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