| Unknown Man C |
|Catalog #||CG 61067|
He was discovered in an 18th Dynasty coffin that had been stripped of decoration by robbers and had been inscribed for a priest named Nebseni, but it is unlikely the inscription which attributes its ownership to Nebseni is part of its original decoration or a subsequent addition intended to identify a later occupant of a recycled coffin, but indications suggest Unknown Man C was not a member of the royal family .
Holes indicating that his ears had been intentionally pierced, he had black hair streaked with grey which was well preserved. His teeth were well-worn, and it was estimated that he had been well advanced in years when he died.
Senenmut, Chief Steward of Amun, Tutor to the Princess Neferure under Hatshepsut, has been proposed for the identity of the mummy as has the mayor of Thebes during the reign of Amenhotep II, Sennefer.