There are no records of this woman's life, but due to the inscription on her cartonnage she can be identified as a priestess. She lived in Thebes circa 800 BC, and likely worked at the temple of Karnak. Further analysis of her cartonnage tells us she was a Singer of the Interior of Amun, an important office in the temple.
Using computer aided tomography (CT) scans, it can be seen that she was likely between 35 and 49 years old at the time of her death, she suffered from several dental problems and one of her front teeth is missing. Her short hair suggests that she might have worn a wig in public.
Temple singers were often portrayed as young women adorned with very fragile, exquisite jewelry. Adding foundation to this was finding amulets inside this women's abdomen, as well as a few small metal pellets scattered across the top of her body. These pellets were likely made of gold.
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