|Date(s)||Between 1075-664 BC|
|Site||The West Bank of the Nile River|
|Location||Southern Egypt, Luxor|
Spanish archaeologists discovered the millennia-old mummy near the southern Egyptian town of Luxor in November of 2016.
Archaeologist think that the tomb was likely to have belonged to a nobleman, Amenrenef, who was "a servant of the royal household"
The mummy had been bound with linen that was held together with plaster.
The mummy was in a brightly coloured wooden sarcophagus buried near a temple from the era of fourth-millennium warrior King Thutmose III.
The mummy was decorated in many colourful decorations recalling religious symbols from ancient Egypt, such as the goddesses Isis and Nephthys displaying their wings, and the four sons of Horus