The Tomb of Tutu (tomb
number 8 at Akhetaten)
interior of Tutu's tomb, and a scene of Akhenaten worshipping
of Akhenaten, he was a Syrian by birth and held considerable
power during the reign of Akhenaten - he also held the title
of 'First Prophet of the Divine King' and 'The Mouth of the Whole
Land' - which indicates that he was a High Priest of Akhenaten's
also would have been involved with the cuneiform letters / diplomacy
with Egypt's neighbours at the time. After the death of Akhenaten,
however, he dissapears.
Although his tomb remained
unfinished, it was clearly meant to be one of the most elaborate
tombs at Akhetaten - including a hall of 12 columns, long texts
and scenes (showing Tutu being rewarded by the King and then
driving home through the cheering crowds).