The sarcophagus of Nectanebo II and ritual full immersion (baptismal) bath of the Attarin Mosque, Alexandria.
The sarcophagus of Nectanebo II, last native ruler of Egypt, but was never used. Nectanebo fled to Nubia, following the Persian invasion in 343 BC. The sarcophagus was later used as a ritual bath in the Attarin Mosque in the former church of St Athanasius in Alexandria. It is inscribed with extracts from the Book of Amduat.
This sarcophagus was collected by the Napoleonic Expedition to Egypt, and came to the British Museum in 1802, as a result of the Treaty of Alexandria.
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