Ancient Egypt last discovery. A brewer and two singers lived in Luxor over 3,300 years ago

Ancient Egypt last discovery. A brewer and two singers lived in Luxor over 3,300 years ago
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Ancient Egypt last discovery: a brewery. Because not only we love beer today. It seems that thousands of years ago, beer was very popular too.


Old Egyptian woman making beer

Japanese archaeologists discovered in Luxor, in southern Egypt, the tomb of the owner of a brewery dated between 13th or 11th centuries BC.

Egyptian Minister of Antiquities Mohamed Ibrahim said that the tomb has really beautiful frescoes, which show important details of everyday life of the owner of the brewery, identified as Im-Heb Junsu and his family. His wife was Mut Hob Om, and Eis At Ja was his daughter. They appeared on the walls singing and dancing in different celebrations.

Also, the Egyptian minister said that the murals show many aspects of the relationship between husband, wife and children in ancient Egypt, and about their religious practices. In fact, the brewery was dedicated to the goddess Mut.

The ceiling of the tomb also features beautiful drawings and a painting of the sunset.

Mohamed Ibrahim announced that they plan to exhibit the tomb to the public in the future .


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The director of the Japanese team of the Waseda University, Jiro Kondo, explained that the tomb was discovered by chance while they were studying the TT-47 tomb, belonging to a senior official of the time of pharaoh Amenhotep III .

Video: Ancient Egyptian Beer Brewer’s Tomb Unearthed In Luxor.

Don’t you love beer? Read these quotes:

“I’ve only been in love with a beer bottle and a mirror.” Sid Vicious.

“I’m an old-fashioned guy… I want to be an old man with a beer belly sitting on a porch, looking at a lake or something.” Johnny Depp.

“He was a wise man who invented beer.” Plato.

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