| Nespamedu |
|Date(s)||300 B.C. and 200 B.C.|
|Location||National Archaeological Museum Madrid, Spain|
Inscriptions on the mummy's golden cartonnage revealed him to be a priest named Nespamedu from Saqqara, a priest and doctor thought to minister to the pharaoh Ptolemy II and possibly his successor Ptolemy III.
2016 studies indicated he died at about 55 years of age.
Researchers hypothesized that evidence suggests that Nespamedu may have been the pharaoh's eye doctor.