Tombs of Zad-Amun ef Ankh & Bannentiu

The rock-cut tomb of Zad-Amun ef Ankh is sunk in a steep-sided pit. Its hall is decorated with deities painted in ocre, brown and black upon a white background. Zad-Amun ef Ankh was a local merchant of the XXVI Dynasty.
Next to it lies the tomb of his son, Bannentiu, at the bottom of a 10m shaft. Colorful murals depict Bannentiu with the gods. On one side of the entrance, the journey of the moon is shown, in the form of the god Khons, flanked by the goddesses Isis and Nephtys; on the other side of the entrance, the journey of the sun is shown.