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The ancient Egyptian noble Pabasa was chief steward of the God's Wife of Amun Nitocris I during the Saite Period. He is buried in tomb , which is located in the El-Assasif, part of the Theban Necropolis, near Thebes. His sarcophagus was acquired in Paris in 1836 by Alexander Douglas-Hamilton, 10th Duke of Hamilton and was kept at Hamilton Palace until it was given to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow by the Hamilton Estate Trustees in 1922.

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  • Pabasa ist ein Obervermögensverwalter aus der Spätzeit des Alten Ägyptens (ca. 656–610 v. Chr.).
  • Pabasa, noble égyptien est intendant en chef de la divine adoratrice d'Amon Nitocris Ire pendant la période saïte. Il est enterré dans la tombe TT279, située à El-Assasif, une partie de la nécropole thébaine, près de Thèbes. Son sarcophage a été acquis à Paris en 1836 par Alexander Douglas-Hamilton, 10e duc de Hamilton et est maintenant hébergé à la Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, en Écosse. La sépulture d'un des petits-fils de Pabasa, Pedubast, intendant en chef et surveillant de Haute-Égypte, a été découverte en 2015, à l'intérieur de la tombe TT391 à El-Assasif.
  • The ancient Egyptian noble Pabasa was chief steward of the God's Wife of Amun Nitocris I during the Saite Period. He is buried in tomb , which is located in the El-Assasif, part of the Theban Necropolis, near Thebes. His sarcophagus was acquired in Paris in 1836 by Alexander Douglas-Hamilton, 10th Duke of Hamilton and was kept at Hamilton Palace until it was given to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow by the Hamilton Estate Trustees in 1922.
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  • Pabasa ist ein Obervermögensverwalter aus der Spätzeit des Alten Ägyptens (ca. 656–610 v. Chr.).
  • The ancient Egyptian noble Pabasa was chief steward of the God's Wife of Amun Nitocris I during the Saite Period. He is buried in tomb , which is located in the El-Assasif, part of the Theban Necropolis, near Thebes. His sarcophagus was acquired in Paris in 1836 by Alexander Douglas-Hamilton, 10th Duke of Hamilton and was kept at Hamilton Palace until it was given to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow by the Hamilton Estate Trustees in 1922. One of Pabasa's grandsons was Pedubast, the chief steward and overseer of Upper Egypt, whose burial was discovered in 2015, located within the tomb TT391 at El-Assasif.
  • Pabasa, noble égyptien est intendant en chef de la divine adoratrice d'Amon Nitocris Ire pendant la période saïte. Il est enterré dans la tombe TT279, située à El-Assasif, une partie de la nécropole thébaine, près de Thèbes. Son sarcophage a été acquis à Paris en 1836 par Alexander Douglas-Hamilton, 10e duc de Hamilton et est maintenant hébergé à la Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, en Écosse. La sépulture d'un des petits-fils de Pabasa, Pedubast, intendant en chef et surveillant de Haute-Égypte, a été découverte en 2015, à l'intérieur de la tombe TT391 à El-Assasif.
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