Le lion du Bubasteion à Saqqara (Égypte).

  title={Le lion du Bubasteion {\`a} Saqqara ({\'E}gypte).},
  author={C. Callou and R. Lichtenberg and P. Hennet and Ana{\"i}ck Samzun and A. Zivie},
ABSTRACT The lion of Bubasteion to Saqqara (Egypt).An uncommon mummy among mummies of cats If a publication revealed the discovery of a lion's skeleton at Saqqara (Callou et al. 2004), it was not possible to publish all the information. This article aims at filling this gap and discusses the results in the light of new evidence. The skeleton discovered at the second level of the Maia's tomb, Princess Meritaten, sister of the king Tutankhamun (Zivie 2009), belongs to a male adult who is at least… Expand
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