Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences (British Museum)
Irthorru lived in the town of Akhimim near Thebes. He was a priest in charge of dressing the god, Min. and part of Egyptian elite, as told through inscriptions on his coffin.
Mummified carefully, decorated with amulets and eyes on the hands to connect the an afterlife. Gilded mask to represent a perfect face for eternity, as well as the face done in gold to represent the skin of the gods.