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Sha-Amun-en-su (Ancient Egyptian: the fertile fields of Amun) was an Egyptian priestess and singer who lived in Thebes during the first half of the 8th century B.C., responsible for ceremonial duties at the Temple of Karnak, dedicated to the god Amun. Sha-Amun-en-su was a Heset, i.e., a member of the foremost group of singers with ritualistic functions active in the temple of Amun. After her death, which is estimated to have occurred around the age of 50, the singer was mummified and placed in a sarcophagus made of stucco and polychrome wood. Since its sealing, more than 2700 years ago, Sha-Amun-en-su's sarcophagus had never been opened, throughout its history, conserving inside the singer's mummy, a feature that gave it extreme rarity.

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  • Sha-amun-en-su va ser una cantant egípcia del temple del déu Amon de Karnak, a Tebas, que va viure prop del 750 aC i va morir quan tenia uns 50 anys. El seu cos es conservava en una mòmia dins un taüt que va ser una de les peces d'arqueologia egípcia més visitades del Museu Nacional del Brasil abans de l'incendi que va calcinar el museu el 2018. El nom vol dir "els fèrtils camps d'Amon".
  • Sha-Amun-en-su (« les champs fertiles d'Amon » en égyptien ancien) est une prêtresse chanteuse égyptienne qui vivait à Thèbes pendant la première moitié du VIIIe siècle av. J.-C., exerçant les fonctions cérémonielles au temple de Karnak, dédié au dieu Amon.
  • Sha-Amun-en-su (Ancient Egyptian: the fertile fields of Amun) was an Egyptian priestess and singer who lived in Thebes during the first half of the 8th century B.C., responsible for ceremonial duties at the Temple of Karnak, dedicated to the god Amun. Sha-Amun-en-su was a Heset, i.e., a member of the foremost group of singers with ritualistic functions active in the temple of Amun. After her death, which is estimated to have occurred around the age of 50, the singer was mummified and placed in a sarcophagus made of stucco and polychrome wood. Since its sealing, more than 2700 years ago, Sha-Amun-en-su's sarcophagus had never been opened, throughout its history, conserving inside the singer's mummy, a feature that gave it extreme rarity.
  • Sha-Amun-en-su (em egípcio, "os campos férteis de Ámon" foi uma sacerdotisa e cantora egípcia que viveu em Tebas durante a primeira metade do século VIII a.C., responsável por exercer funções cerimoniais no Templo de Carnaque, dedicado ao deus Ámon. Sha-Amun-en-su era uma Heset, isso é, uma integrante do mais destacado grupo de cantoras com funções ritualísticas ativo no templo de Ámon. Após sua morte, que se estima ter ocorrido por volta dos 50 anos de idade, a cantora foi mumificada e colocada em um sarcófago de madeira estucada e policromada. Desde que foi selado há mais de 2.700 anos, o sarcófago de Sha-Amun-en-su nunca havia sido aberto, conservando ao longo de toda sua história a múmia da cantora em seu interior, característica que lhe conferia extrema raridade.
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