From earliest times practices mirrored those of the Nile Valley, the poor buried in simple pits and the wealthier in coffins. Grave offerings range from a simple water pot to food offerings and elaborate offering tables.
Series of mummy cases from a single tomb.
Mummies wrapped in linen buried together.
Rosa Frey excavating at Ein Tirghi.
Ein Tirghi, a Middle Kingdom offering of a grain in a bowl.
Parts of a bead net with a winged scared and the four sons of Horus.
A sandstone offering table depicting bread and jars containing wine.
The Dakhleh Trust
The Trust was formed in 1999 and is registered as a charity in the United Kingdom. Its primary role is to raise funds for the continuation of study within the Dakhleh Oasis Project.
The Dakhleh Trust is a registered UK charity, number:1077449