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Two conjoining fragments of an ostracon, from the body of a pale-red pottery vessel, with the inscription in white on the exterior, a white deposit on the interior, the writing only survives on one of the sherds.
- Excavated/Findspot: Qasr Ibrim, House X-1 fill
- (Africa,Egypt,Qasr Ibrim (Nubia))
- Adams Ware R32
- Length: 7.15 centimetres (total)
- Height: 8 centimetres (total)
- Thickness: 1.1 centimetres
Inscription CommentThe inscription only survives on the upper of the two fragments but presumably extended over the whole sherd. Three lines of text remain running the full length of the sherd. Executed in white.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA34766
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