Papyrus written with black ink with administrative text. 12 lines on recto and 7 on verso; this is is the upper part of EA 10341 (R. J. Demaree, pers. comm.)
Thompson's MS Catalogue (numbered as 10118 E): "recto. 11 ll. accounts relating to priestly phylae. verso. 7 ll. accounts [...] Date. Persian. prob. Darius. Origin. uncertain".
The recto is a fragment of a grain rations account.; the verso a brief lists of lay-priests in Ramessid hierartic, presumably from Deir el-Medina (R. J. Demaree pers. comm.).
- Found/Acquired: Egypt
- Height: 13 centimetres
- Width: 11.5 centimetres
Inscription Positionrecto and verso
Being studied by R. J. Demaree (Leiden).
Papyrus Survey: Condition Details: Papyrus Black ink Mount Details: Sandwich: glass Binding: magic tape Binding: copydex self adhesive carpet tape Object Priority: A Mount Priority: A Overall Condition: B Curatorial condition comment: fair (incomplete)
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
Papyrus written with black ink with demotic administrative text. 12 lines on recto and 7 on verso. Thompson's MS Catalogue (numbered as 10118 E): "recto. 11 [sic; lege 12] ll. accounts relatin to priestly phylae. verso. 7 ll. accounts [...] Date. Persian. prob. Darius. Origin. uncertain".
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