| Ameniryirt |
|Location||The British Museum|
Acquired in 1839, the mummy of the elderly man Ameniryirt is wrapped in linen and a bead-net of blue glazed composition also bearing amuletic figures of the Sons of Horus.
Three coffins which contained this mummy.
Teeth are worn. Cervical spine intact. Thorax and Abdomen - The cavities have been filled probably with solidified resin. Across the lower abdomen are figures of the Four Sons of Horus in a row, facing left. They are sewn on to the bandages and are made of thin baked clay.
Arms are flexed at the elbows. Forearms crossed over the breast, right over left, the hands on the shoulders.
The right foot has been rotated
Well-marked arthritic changes are visible in the lumbar and dorsal spine.