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Fragment of painted tomb-wall depicting part of the nemes of king Ramses IV. Part of a tomb scene showing Inherkhau and his wife worshipping a series of dead kings and queens; this fragment is from the seventh figure of the lower register.
- Excavated/Findspot: Deir el-Medina, Tomb of Inherkhau TT359 (after PM)
- (Africa,Egypt,Upper Egypt,Deir el-Medina (Thebes))
- Length: 25.5 centimetres
- Width: 15.3 centimetres
PM I Part 2: p.xxiiiFrom Chamber F, south wall. Published; J-P. Corteggiani and N. Cherpion, La tombe d'Inherkhaouy (TT 359) a Deir el-Medina (MIFAO128, 2010), 48-61, pl. 38
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
- EA5615 (original Big Number)
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Object reference number: YCA70720
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