Located in Middle Egypt, the Tombs of the Nobles at Amarna are the burial places of some of the powerful courtiers and persons of the city of Akhetaten. The tombs are in 2 groups, cut into the cliffs and bluffs in the east of the dry bay of Akhetaten. There are 25 major tombs, many of them decorated and with their owners name, some are small and unfinished, others modest and unassuming. Each seems to reflect the personality and patronage of the tomb's original owner.
12 May 2019 Steve Snell
Photo by: Steve Snell
12 May 2019 Steve Snell
Photo by: Steve Snell
12 May 2019 Steve Snell
Photo by: Steve Snell
12 May 2019 Steve Snell
Photo by: Steve Snell
12 May 2019 Steve Snell
Photo by: Steve Snell
12 May 2019 Steve Snell
Photo by: Steve Snell
The Tomb of Panehsy is a sepulchre in Amarna, Upper Egypt. It was erected for the First servant of the Aten in the house of Aten in Akhet-Aten, Second prophet of the Lord of the Two Lands Neferkheprure-Waenre,
12 May 2019 Steve Snell
Photo by: Steve Snell
The North Palace is situated between the North Suburb and the North City of Amarna, it is an isolated building facing west to the river and oriented perpendicularly with respect to an extension of the Royal Road. The rectangular structure is arranged around a large open space. On one end of the open space is a throne-room complex; the complex included a pillared hall and a stone built balcony. Next to that area was the private bedroom and bathroom