List of Egyptian mummies (officials, nobles, and commoners)
The following is a list of mummies that have been found in Egypt dating to the Pharaoh dynasties. This list includes people who were considered to be court officials, nobles, or commoners by historians. Some of these mummies have been found to be remarkably intact, while others have been damaged from tomb robbers and environmental conditions.
|Name||Role||Year of Death||Dynasty||Gender||Year discovered||Image||Description|
|Djedptahiufankh||Second Prophet of Amun||943 to 728 BC||22nd||Male||19th Century|
|Iufaa||Priest||500 to 525 BC||26th||Male||1996||N/A|
|Kha and Merit||Overseer of works||Unknown||18th||Both||1906|
|Lady Rai||Nursemaid||1530 BC||17th||Female||1881|
|Masaharta||High Priest of Amun||1045 BC||21st||Male||Unknown|
|Nehmes Bastet||Temple singer||Unknown||22nd||Female||2012||N/A|
|Pinedjem II||High Priest of Amun||969 BC||21st||Male||1881|
|Sattjeni||Noble||Unknown||12th||Female||2016||N/A||The mummy of "Lady Sattjeni" was found in 2016. She was revealed to be the daughter of a governor, and a woman of high nobility.|
|Sha-Amun-en-su||Priestess||Unknown||22nd||Female||1876||N/A||This mummy was one of the very few that remained undisturbed in its sarcophagus since first mentioned in 1876. Sha-Amun-en-su lived during the 22nd dynasty, and was a priestess as well as a temple singer. Her mummy was destroyed in 2018 from a large-scale fire in the National Museum of Brazil, where she had been on display.|
|Tayuheret||Singer of Amun||Unknown||21st||Female||1881|
|Wah||Estate manager||c.1975 BC||12th||Male||1920||The mummy of Wah was discovered in a 1920 dig organized by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan. The mummy was displayed for years before X-ray analysis revealed a number of small objects of value within the wrapping. The outer layer of the body's linen wrappings were dyed red and inscribed with protective words.|
|Assumed name(s)||Dynasty||Sex||Year discovered||Image||Description|
|Senenmut||18th||Male||1881||This is another mummy that was found in DB320, and dubbed "Unknown Man C". Despite initial reporting, no conclusive link has been found that links the remains to Senenmut.|
|1770 (mummy)||Unknown||Female||Unknown||N/A||"1770 mummy" was approximately 13 or 14 years old at the time of her death. It is possible that an unsuccessful treatment of dracunculiasis was the cause as she died a few weeks after her surgery.|
|Gebelein predynastic mummies||Predynastic||Both||1895 - 1896||From 1895 to 1896, six unidentified mummies were found well preserved near Gebelein (modern name Naga el-Gherira) in the Egyptian desert. These mummies were the first complete predynastic bodies to be discovered.|
|Kampp 150 mummy||18th||Unknown||2017||N/A||The remains of a mummy were discovered in tomb "Kampp 150" sometime in December, 2017. The identification of the mummy remains unknown.|
|Mer-Neith-it-es||Unknown||Female||2018||N/A||In March, 2018 a mummy was found in a sarcophagus that was first discovered in 1860 and labeled as "empty". Research is ongoing to determine who this mummy was and when she lived.|
|Our Lady of the Nile||21st||Female||Unknown||"Our Lady of the Nile" is an unidentified mummy that was toured by a carnival operator in the 1920s after it had been acquired from Egypt at an unknown date. Eventually the mummy was donated to the St Petersburg Museum of History where it remains today.|
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