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Smith's original plates.
(1912) Click on image for
Clear is only that she lived in a high royal context and died in the early 18th Dynasty. Her pillaged mummy was found in the Royal
Cache TT320 in 1881 and is now in the National Museum, Cairo, Catalogue Général number