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To celebrate Vikings Live, we have replaced our Roman alphabet with the runic alphabet used by the Vikings, the Scandinavian ‘Younger Futhark’. The ‘Younger Futhark’ has only 16 letters, so we have used some of the runic letters more than once or combined two runes for one Roman letter.

For an excellent introduction to runes, we recommend Martin Findell’s book published by British Museum Press.

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Nebamun


  • papyrus

    Book of the Dead of Nebamun; sheet 32(two fragments); vignette of Chapter 25; yellow border.

    • Object type: papyrus
    • Culture/period/dynasty: 18th Dynasty
    • Find spot: Egypt
  • tomb-painting

    Painting from the tomb chapel of Nebamen: the fragmentary top register shows workers standing in front of a gaggle of geese and presenting a basket of eggs to two seated scribes, who record the produce. In the lower register workers come...

    • Object type: tomb-painting
    • Culture/period/dynasty: 18th Dynasty
    • Production date: 1350BC
    • Find spot: Tomb of Nebamun
  • tomb-painting

    Fragment of a polychrome tomb-painting representing the pool in Nebamun's estate garden: date-palms, sycomores and mandrakes hedge the pool which teems with fish and fowl; the goddess of the sycomore, surrounded by her produce, is shown in...

    • Object type: tomb-painting
    • Culture/period/dynasty: 18th Dynasty
    • Production date: 1350BC
    • Find spot: Tomb of Nebamun
  • tomb-painting

    Fragment of a polychrome tomb-painting representing funerary offerings and with four vertical registers of polychrome painted hieroglyphs surviving.

    • Object type: tomb-painting
    • Culture/period/dynasty: 18th Dynasty
    • Production date: 1350BC
    • Find spot: Tomb of Nebamun
  • tomb-painting

    Rectangular fragment (one of three) of a polychrome tomb-painting representing a banquet scene, divided into two registers: upper - three seated couples are attended by serving women and boys; lower - a group of women, seated apart from the...

    • Object type: tomb-painting
    • Culture/period/dynasty: 18th Dynasty
    • Production date: 1350BC
    • Find spot: Tomb of Nebamun
  • tomb-painting

    Fragment of a limestone tomb-painting representing the assessment of crops, for the purposes of tax, on Nebamun's estate, five vertical registers of hieroglyphs survive; the rest of the fragment is divided into two registers, with a...

    • Object type: tomb-painting
    • Culture/period/dynasty: 18th Dynasty
    • Production date: 1350BC
    • Find spot: Tomb of Nebamun
  • tomb-painting

    Fragment of a polychrome tomb-painting depicting four estate workers bringing produce, barley, vegetables, a young deer and hares, from the fields.

    • Object type: tomb-painting
    • Culture/period/dynasty: 18th Dynasty
    • Production date: 1350BC
    • Find spot: Tomb of Nebamun
  • tomb-painting

    Fragment (one of three) of a polychrome tomb-painting representing a banquet scene, divided into two registers: upper - men and women sit together and are attended by one standing servant-girl; lower - four musicians (two shown full-face)...

    • Object type: tomb-painting
    • Authority: Amenhotep III
    • Culture/period/dynasty: 18th Dynasty
    • Production date: 1370BC
    • Find spot: Tomb of Nebamun
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    postcard

    Postcard; printed; photograph of a detail of an ornamental fish-pond in the garden of Nebamen.

    • Object type: postcard
    • Producer: Waterlow & Sons (Published by)
    • Production date: 20thC
    • Production place: London
  • tomb-painting

    Fragment (one of three) of a polychrome tomb-painting divided into two registers: upper - six women seated at a banquet; lower - five musicians seated on the ground with remains of nine vertical registers of hieroglyphic text above.

    • Object type: tomb-painting
    • Culture/period/dynasty: 18th Dynasty
    • Production date: 1350BC
    • Find spot: Tomb of Nebamun
  • drawing; album

    Study after a portion of a wall-painting in the British Museum of a goose census, c.1350 BC, from the Tomb of Nebamun at Thebes (EA 37978); ten mottled geese facing left and a leg seen in profile. c.1855-65 Graphite

    • Object type: drawing; album
    • Producer: Albert Moore (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1855-1865