Stone sarcophagus of Harkhebit

Late Period, or Saite Period, 26th dynasty, ca. 664 - 525 BC 

The inscription tells us that Harkhebit was a “Royal Seal Bearer, Sole compagnion, Chief Priest of the shrines of Upper and Lower Egypt , and Overseer of the Cabinet”. 

It was found in Saqqara, near the Djoser complex, south of Cairo. 

Source: The Metropolitan Museum 

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