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papyrus

  • Object type

  • Museum number

    EA10055

  • Description

    Papyrus; Hieratic legal text recto (2 columns) and verso (2 columns), recording complaint by Amennakht to the Vizier about the actions of Paneb.

  • Culture/period

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  • Materials

  • Dimensions

    • Length: 68.3 centimetres (frame)
    • Width: 45.4 centimetres (frame)
  • Inscriptions

      • Inscription Type

        inscription
      • Inscription Script

        Hieratic
      • Inscription Position

        recto-verso
  • Curator's comments

    Published:
    Cerny JEA 15 (1929), 243 ff. Kitchen, Ram. Insc. Vol 4, 408ff, with translation in KRI IV, Translated & Annotated, 291-4. Les Artistes de Pharaon, Paris 2002, pp. 207-208 [161]. Theodorides, RdE 22, p. 142 [vo. 1, 11-12] Translation & further bibliography: Allam, Hieratische ostraka und Papyri aus der Ramessidenzeit, 281-7
    McDowell, Village Life in Ancient Egypt no. 146 (part only)

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  • Bibliography

    • Trismegistos 139327 (http://www.trismegistos.org/text/139327) bibliographic details
    • Pestman 1961 p.11, p.55 (cited for the title "citizeness" in note 2, note 6) bibliographic details
  • Location

    Not on display

  • Condition

    Papyrus Survey: Condition Details: Papyrus Black ink Checked for loan to USA 1997 Checked for loan to France 2001 Mount Details: Sandwich: glass Binding: self adhesive tape Object Priority: A Mount Priority: A Overall Condition: A Curatorial condition comment: fair

  • Department

    Ancient Egypt & Sudan

  • BM/Big number

    EA10055

  • Registration number

    .10055

  • Additional IDs

    • P Salt 124

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