Limestone ostracon: on the recto, in a line grid, in black ink the upper part of a male figure, accompanied by some titles of a priest of Amun-Ra and a vizier in hieroglyphs. On the verso an incomplete and clumsy sketch in black of a walking male figure, probably a priest, wearing a panther skin.
- Excavated/Findspot: Abydos, Tomb E.301
- (Africa,Egypt,Upper Egypt,Abydos)
- Height: 19.2 centimetres (max;including frame)
- Width: 19.6 centimetres (max;including frame)
- Height: 16 centimetres (without frame)
- Width: 16 centimetres (without frame)
Inscription TranslationTitles/epithets include : Priest of Amun-Ra
Inscription CommentRed-painted hieroglyphs.
J.Garstang, .El Arábah' (London, 1901), pl. XXIII.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
- 1328-1900 (V&A number)
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Object reference number: YCA66166
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