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Flash from the Past: Mummy Flash Drive

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Description

This Flash from the Past flash drive is based on an Eighteenth Dynasty (ca. 14731458 BC) coffin in the Museums collection. Crudely hollowed out of two sections of a sycamore log, the mummy coffin comes from a chamber beneath the tomb of Senenmut and belonged to an unknown elderly woman.

Silicone exterior. 4GB USB. 2 3/4''H x 1''W.

  • Silicone exterior
  • 4GB USB
  • 2 3/4''H x 1''W

Art History

The Museums Egyptian collection is one of the finest in the world. From the painstakingly reassembled statues from the time of Hatshepsut, the great female pharaoh (ca. 14731458 B.C.), to the Temple of Dendur, built by the Roman emperor Augustus (about 15 B.C.), the collection offers some 30,000 objects of artistic, historical, and cultural significance. The breadth and depth of this collection provide a remarkable window into the Egyptians aesthetic values, history, religious beliefs, and daily life over the entire course of civilization.

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Description

This Flash from the Past flash drive is based on an Eighteenth Dynasty (ca. 14731458 BC) coffin in the Museums collection. Crudely hollowed out of two sections of a sycamore log, the mummy coffin comes from a chamber beneath the tomb of Senenmut and belonged to an unknown elderly woman.

Silicone exterior. 4GB USB. 2 3/4''H x 1''W.





  • Silicone exterior
  • 4GB USB
  • 2 3/4''H x 1''W




Art History

The Museums Egyptian collection is one of the finest in the world. From the painstakingly reassembled statues from the time of Hatshepsut, the great female pharaoh (ca. 14731458 B.C.), to the Temple of Dendur, built by the Roman emperor Augustus (about 15 B.C.), the collection offers some 30,000 objects of artistic, historical, and cultural significance. The breadth and depth of this collection provide a remarkable window into the Egyptians aesthetic values, history, religious beliefs, and daily life over the entire course of civilization.


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