On the spring of 1915 an expedition from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Harvard University discovered the burial chamber of a Egyptian governor and his wife, who were buried at the central Egyptian site of Deir el-Bersha about 2000 B.C. This gallery talk led by Denise Doxey, curator, Ancient Egyptian, Nubian, and Near Eastern Art, shares the story of the discovery, the finds from the tomb, and some still unsolved mysteries about its occupants.