"Sanjim Cemetery" "Sannjum Cemetery" was discovered by the

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"Sanjim Cemetery" "Sannjum Cemetery" was discovered by the archaeologist Maspero on February 2, 1886, and it is registered with the number TT1, and is considered one of the most important "cemeteries of Deir al-Madina" due to its colorful inscriptions and murals that are still preserved today. "We will Najm" was a royal servant during the reign of King Seti the First and his son Ramses II, and his title was "Servant in the Place of Truth." The burial room contained 20 mummies, and 9 of them in the coffins belonged to the deceased and members of his family. This cemetery was discovered in 1886 and it contained a group of funerary furniture and it is now preserved in the Egyptian Museum. We now enter the cemetery and reach the burial chamber, which is a small room with a vaulted ceiling whose walls and ceiling are covered with beautiful scenes of bright colors, by means of the descending stairs in the outer courtyard of the tomb. We see on the same wall of the entrance on the left the scene that represents the mummy of the deceased lying on a bed inside a cabin between each of Isis and Nephthys. The artist portrayed them in the form of a falcon bird. Below this scene there is a beautiful painting of a feast in which drink, air and ailments are presented, and the views of the narrow wall on the left of the interior represent a view. Double the god Anubis in the image of a black jackal lying above his white-colored compartment, and above their heads I drew the eyes of "Ujat" perhaps so that the deceased could see through them to accept the Eucharist, and below this view there is a star tooth and behind him his wife "i.e. any Neferti" while he worshiped a group of gods The other world is depicted in two rows, everyone sitting on the Maat symbol. We then move to the wall facing the inside and see a scene representing the god Anubis while he is taking care of the mummy of the deceased lying on a bed that took the shape of a lion in addition to some texts from the Book of the Dead, then another scene representing the deceased sitting on the ground in front of the god of the dead, Osiris, standing in his white dress inside his cabin an

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