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Mummy of Ramesses the Ninth
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Ramesses the Ninth was probably a grandson of Ramesses the Third. He ruled for nineteen years approximately, died at the age of 50 and was succeeded by Ramesses the Tenth.

He was buried in tomb KV 6 in the Valley of the Kings, his body was removed during the Twenty-First Dynasty and was discovered in the Deir el-Bahari cachette, lying in one of the coffins of Nesi-Khonsu, wife of the high priest of Amun, Pennedjem the Second.

The body had suffered considerable damage especially to the nose, which is missing; most of the skin is badly cracked.

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Culture:

Pharaonic

Technique:

Mummification

Style:

New Kingdom / 20th Dyn.

Materials:

Human Remains
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Type Type

Type:

Human Mummy
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Location: 

Egyptian Museum

Created: 

Deir el-Bahari
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Created: 

1125 BC - 1107 BC
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