Tomb of Ay

Tomb of Ay

 

 

It depicts passages from the Amduat like those in Tutankhamun’s tomb.

It is with twelve baboons representing the twelve hours of the night.

The top register shows five deities preceding a barque with Khepri as the rising sun.

Ay, tomb Luxor is often called the “Tomb of the Baboons”.

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