Russian Academy of Sciences
                        Centre for Egyptological Studies, Moscow (CESRAS)                                                                                                                                                           
&                                                                                                                                                              Russian Institute of Egyptology in Cairo (RIEC)


                 
 Mummies: Smith's Directory of 1912, somewhat updated   
                                

Site Directory            Persons Directory               Coffins Directory                        Royal Cache TT320                  Tomb of Amenophis II
All underlined positions are linked.
                                                                                                                                                      
 
Ahmose Nebpehtiraw,  ca.?1550-1525, 1st king of the 18th Dynasty, remains found in TT320

Amenophis (Amenhotep) I Djeserkaraw, 1525-1504, remains found in TT320

Amenophis (Amenhotep) II Achepruraw, 1428-1397, remains found in own tomb KV35 , Bibân el-Molouk                                        

Amenophis (Amenhotep) III Nebmaatraw, 1388-1351

Amenophis (Amenhotep) IV (Echnaton?) found in KV55, images of skull only

Djedptahjuefanch, 3rd Prophet of Amun, 21a-22 Dynasties, buried in 11th year of Scheschonq I, remains found in TT320

Duat-Hathor Henuttauy, queen, wife of HPA and king Paynedjem I Chacheperraw, burial remains found in TT320

Elder Woman in the tomb of Amenophis II, KV35;        Smith's text to the mummy

Hentempet

Honttimihu

Inhapj

Isetemcheb (Asetemachbjt) D (mummy has been left wrapped, so there is only a photo of wrapped mummy)

Maatkaraw, God's Wife of Amun, daughter of Paynedjem I and Henuttauy, remains of her burial found in TT320 in 1881

Masaharta HPA, son of Paynedjem I and Isetemcheb A, remains of his burial found in TT320 in 1881

Merenptah

Nedjemet, wife of HPA & "king" Herihor, end 20th Dynasty, buried 1070 BCE, remains of burial found in TT320 in 1881

Nesychonsw,(Neskhons) niece-wife of HPA Paynedjem II who constructed TT320 for her and himself only.

Nesytanebetisherw, daughter of HPA Paynedjem II and Nesychonsw, burial remains found in TT320 in 1881

NN Boy in the tomb of Amenophis II, "probably the Royal Prince Ouabkhousenou (Smith)"

NN Man "C" found in the coffin of the scribe Nibsoni

NN Man "E"

NN Mummy found in Baqt's coffin

NN Priests' mummies from very old "magic lantern" plates: probably Theban D21a Dynasty, perhaps Bab el-Gasus

NN Woman, "perhaps the princess Meritamon (Smith)"

NN Woman "B"

NN Woman "D" found in the coffin-lid of Setnakhiti

NN-1, NN-2, Two Mummies from the tomb of Tutmose III

Nofritari (?? attributed to)

Paynedjem (Pinodjem) I HPA & King Chacheperraw, burial remains found in TT320 in 1881

Paynedjem (Pinodjem) II HPA, had TT320 made as the tomb of Nesychonsw and himself only; found there in 1881

Rai

Ramses II 1279-1213

Ramses III 1183-1152

Ramses IV 1152-1145

Ramses V 1145-1142

Ramses VI 1142-1134

Seqenenraw, King, 17th Dynasty, coffin and mummy found in TT320 in 1881

Seti I 1290-1279

Seti II 1200-1194

Siamon, prince

Sipaari, royal prince

Siptah 1194-1186

Sitamon

Sitkamos

Thutmose I (Dhutmose Acheperkaraw) 1504-1492 (attributed to)

Thutmose II (Dhutmose Acheperenraw, 1492-1479

Thutmose III (Dhutmose Mencheperraw, 1479-1425

Thutmose IV Menchpruraw, 1397-1388

Tayuheret, presumed wife of HPA Masaharta, remains of burial found in TT320 in 1881

Younger Woman in the tomb of Amenophis II
updated 08.April.2012/erl