Limestone ostracon (two fragments joined): on one side only, an almost complete sketch drawing in black ink of the god Amun seated on a throne before an offering table; in front of him his name and epithets.
- Found/Acquired: Valley of the Kings
- (Africa,Egypt,Upper Egypt,Biban el-Muluk (Valley of the Kings - Thebes))
- Height: 24.1 centimetres (max)
- Width: 16.5 centimetres (max)
Inscription Positionone side
Inscription CommentOne vertical register of black-painted hieroglyphs.
Probably from tomb no. 6 in the Valley of the Kings (Ramses IX).
C.N. Reeves, ‘Göttinger Miszellen’ 88 (Göttingen, 1985), p. 44, n. 11 (the notice in the inventory book probably refers to the originally two fragments of this ostracon).
fair (two fragments joined)
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
- Salt 22
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Object reference number: YCA66142
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