Tomb of Princess Idut, Saqqara. 3rd Dynasty, Old Kingdom of Ancient Egypt.
Princess Idut was the daughter of Unas, king of the V Dynasty. It was discovered by Cecil Firth in 1927, and it is believed that the tomb originally belonged to a vizier named Ihy and was usurped for the use of the princess. Her tomb is part of the great mastaba of her husband and her vizier, Mereruka, facing the north face of her father’s compound.
The tomb is located on the north side of the Unas Causeway, south of the Djoser complex. It has interesting reliefs in a good state of preservation, among which hunting scenes in general and hippopotamus scenes in particular stand out, as well as many of the usual scenes in Old Kingdom tombs.