trial-piece / ostracon
Limestone ostracon: on the recto a sketch drawing in black ink of the Horus-name of Ramses IV, Kʒ nḫt ʿnḫ (m) Mʒʿt, faded at the top and at the lower end. On the verso an almost complete drawing in black ink of a bull, damaged only at the head.
- Found/Acquired: Thebes
- (Africa,Egypt,Upper Egypt,Thebes (Upper Egypt - archaic))
- Height: 28.3 centimetres (max)
- Width: 16.6 centimetres (max)
- Thickness: 3.9 centimetres (max)
Inscription TransliterationTitles/epithets include : Kʒ nḫt ʿnḫ (m) Mʒʿt
Inscription CommentSketch design in black of the Horus-name of Ramses IV.
For the recto cf. O. Stockholm MM 14119 and O. Cairo 25041V. For the verso cf. O. Cairo 25080 (from tomb 9,Valley of the Kings).
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
Limestone ostracon: on the recto a sketch drawing in black ink of the Horus-name of Ramses IV, K? n?t ?n? (m) M??t, faded at the top and at the lower end. On the verso an almost complete drawing in black ink of a bull, damaged only at the head.
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Object reference number: YCA66155
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