|Erhart Graefe is placing a fragment on the doorframe of Padibastet|
Padibastet re-inscribed the entrance doorframe and vestibule of the tomb of Karabasken. In addition his stela was carved on the west wall of the sun court of the tomb.
Yet Padibastet reused a Kushite tomb in a different necropolis. It must be evidence of his very short time in office.
We now have two high officials of the 25th and 26th Dynasties sharing the same tomb. Future field research will yield more information on their burials. We are looking forward to an exciting 2016 season!
According to Eigner’s opinion all the architectural features of the entrance to the tomb were carved for Karabasken and later reused by Padibastet.