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The List of MMA tombs includes all tombs excavated by Herbert Eustis Winlock (1884 – 1950), an archeologist who worked for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and designated MMA for Metropolitan Museum of Art.

All MMA tombs are situated in the Theban Necropolis and are therefore all included in the List of Theban tombs, some of the tombs also have a TT-designation.

List of MMA tombs[]

Designation Owner Title Location Period
MMA 31
(TT319)
Neferu II Queen of Mentuhotep II Deir el-Bahari 11th Dynasty
MMA 56 Ankhshepenupet[1] Chantress of Amun, Attendant of the Divine Adoratrice Shepenupet I Deir el-Bahari 25th Dynasty
MMA 57 Khaemhor[1] Priest of Amun, Mayor of Thebes Deir el-Bahari 26th Dynasty
MMA 59 Henuttawy Chantress of Amun Deir el-Bahari 21st Dynasty
MMA 60 Djedmutiuesankh, Henuttawy, Henuttawy, Menkheperre, Neseniset, Tiye, Tabakmut Chief of the Harem of Amun, King's Daughter, Chief of the Harem of Amun, God's Father, Chantress of Amun, Chantress of Amun, none (respectively) Deir el-Bahari 18th and 21st Dynasty
MMA 65
(TT358)
Ahmose-Meritamen / Nauny Queen of Amenhotep I / King's Daughter of Pinedjem I Deir el-Bahari 18th Dynasty
MMA 505
(TT310)
Unknown Chancellor of the King of Lower Egypt Deir el-Bahari 11th Dynasty
MMA 506 Unknown Deir el-Bahari 12th Dynasty
MMA 507 Slain soldiers Deir el-Bahari 12th Dynasty
MMA 508
(TT311)
Khety Treasurer of the King of Lower Egypt Deir el-Bahari 11th Dynasty, Mentuhotep II
MMA 509
(TT312)
Nespakashuty Vizier, Governor of the town Deir el-Bahari 26th Dynasty, Psamtik I and later
MMA 509a Babi (?) Vizier Deir el-Bahari 11th Dynasty
MMA 510
(TT313)
Henenu Chief Steward Deir el-Bahari 11th Dynasty Mentuhotep IIMentuhotep III
MMA 511 Possibly Henu Deir el-Bahari 11th Dynasty
MMA 513
(TT314)
Horhotep King's Sealbearer of Lower Egypt Deir el-Bahari 11th Dynasty
MMA 514 Multiple burials Deir el-Bahari 12th Dynasty
MMA 516
(TT315)
Ipy Vizier, Governor of the town, Judge Deir el-Bahari 11th Dynasty, Mentuhotep II
MMA 517
(TT240)
Meru Overseer of the Sealbearers El-Assasif 11th Dynasty, Mentuhotep II
MMA 518
(TT316)
Neferhotep Head of the Archers Deir el-Bahari Early Middle Kingdom
MMA 521 Unknown Deir el-Bahari 11th Dynasty
MMA 729 Neferkhawet and his family Royal Scribe, Treasurer and Keeper of the Documents in the House of the God's Wife Hatshepsut El-Assasif 18th Dynasty, Thutmose IThutmose III
MMA 801 Saiah, Djedbastet, Tiaset, Nayefenbu Wab Priest, Scribe in the Estate of the Divine Adoratrice of Amun, Chantress of Amun, none (respectively) Deir el-Bahari 22nd Dynasty
MMA 807
(TT103)
Dagi Mayor and Vizier Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 11th Dynasty
MMA 808 Sobeknakhte Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 11th18th Dynasty
MMA 820
(TT366)
Djar King's Guard of the Inner Palace[2] El-Assasif 11th Dynasty
MMA 832 Aaefenmut / Pakherkhonsu Unknown / Doorkeeper of Amun El-Khokha 22nd Dynasty / Late Period
MMA 834 Wesi El-Khokha 18th Dynasty
MMA 1019 Ahmose-Tumerisy King's Daughter Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Late 17th / Early 18th Dynasty
MMA 1021 Amenemhat (his re-wrapped body was discovered near TT280)[3] King's Son El-Assasif 18th Dynasty
MMA 1101
(TT280)
Intef or Meketre Chief Steward, Chancellor Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Early Middle Kingdom
MMA 1102
(TT22)
Wah (usurped by Meryamun) Royal Butler (King's Eldest Son)[4] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty
MMA 1121
(TT117)
Usurped by Djedmutiuefankh Draughtsman at the House of Gold Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Originally 11th Dynasty; usurped during the 21st or 22nd Dynasty

See also[]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Winlock 1924.
  2. "Theban Tombs". Archived from the original on 2016-11-09. Retrieved 2007-04-29.
  3. Dodson & Hilton 2004.
  4. Baikie 1932.

Bibliography[]

  • Baikie, J., 1932: Egyptian Antiquities in the Nile Valley. Mentheun & Co, London.
  • Dodson, A./Hilton, D., 2004: The Complete Royal Families of Ancient Egypt. Thames & Hudson, London.
  • Winlock, H.E., 1924: The The Metropolitan Museum of Art: The Egyptian Expedition 1923-1924. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, New Series, Vol. 19, No. 12.
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