Senbi the Scribe
Human Mummy
Biographical Information
Name(s) Senbi
Age Not Applicable
Sex Male
Status Not Applicable
Height Not Applicable
Culture Egyptian
Date(s) 1910
Site Meir, Egypt
Current Location
Location Not Applicable
Catalog #


In 1910, an excavation at the site of ancient Meir, Egypt took place and led to the discovery of a small tomb. The small tomb contained 3 rectangular coffins for 3 men who shared the same name, Senbi.


The mummification of his head resulted in a very dark colour, likely from the over-use of resin. This led to the prediction that the mummy is from the Greco-Roman Era.


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Additional InfoEdit

Resin was used for many purposes, including incense, creating ornaments and other objects, used as varnish and other cementing materials.

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