Portrait of Psusennes I by Melissa Dring, Forensic Artist. Photo Andy Webb © Blink Films
This powerful fellow illustrated above is a reconstructed drawing of Psusennis I, a king of Northern Egypt during the tumultuous times after the end of the
When the river changed course, Pi-Ramesses was abandoned, and Pharaoh Psusennis I moved many of the structures, stone by stone, to his capital Tanis: nearly 3,000 years later, Psusennis' collecting mentality would completely confuse archaeologist Pierre Montet.
Psusennes I silver coffin. Photo Andy Webb © Blink Films
The Silver Pharaoh recounts Montet's discoveries at