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Inty-Shedu

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Will Kahres

on 29 May 2015

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Transcript of Inty-Shedu

Inty-Shedu
His statues
Who is Inty-Shedu?
Inty-Shedu was a over seer of a boat at a temple with the goddess named Neith.
Why is he important
In 1992 Doctor Zawi Hawass was excavating in Giza and stumbled upon 4 statues in a boat grave and they had not aged at all.
How was he found?
In 1992 Docter Zahi Hawass discovered Inty-Shedu's statues in Giza when he was excavating South east of Giza.
Location of Inty-Shedu
Inty-Shedu's tomb is located at the big red circle.
Here is a photo of the statue of Inty-Shedu that Zawi Hawass found while excavting. What is important about it is that they have stayed the same since they where built. And they show different stages of his life.
A photograph of the statues straight from the tomb
Sources
guardians.net, http://ancientegyptinformation123.weebly.com/, http://www.lonelyplanet.com/maps/africa/egypt/, http://omariproject.weebly.com/information.html, http://archive.archaeology.org/9701/abstracts/pyramids.html, http://www.eternalegypt.org/EternalEgyptWebsiteWeb/HomeServlet?language_id=1&ee_website_action_key=action.display.element&element_id=61749&text=text
In conclusion
Inty-Shedu is known for his statues and being the goddes Neath's servant.
Creators
Will Kahres

Matt Sarbaugh
Cody Fink
This is a picture of Inty-Shedu's statues.
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