Tomb of Ipuy


Ipuy was a sculptor during the reign of Ramses II. Here the artist dispenses with the usual scenes of religious ritual and instead is shown farming and hunting. There is also a depiction of Ipuy’s house and its flower- and fruit-filled garden.

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