The Tomb, National Museum of Scotland, 30 March 2017Add to Lightbox Download
An exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland tells the story of one ancient Egyptian tomb across 1,000 years of use. Built around 1290 BC, the tomb was reused a number of times before being sealed in the 1st Century AD and left undisturbed until its excavation in the 19th Century
Pictured: Dr Dan Potter, Assistant Curator with sandstone sculpture of Chief of Police and his wife.
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- The Tomb at the National Museum of Scotland | Edinburgh |30 March 2017