Ostracon, large section (three fragments joined) of the body of a red-brown pottery vessel, the interior is slightly grooved and covered with a yellow-brown resinous deposit, the exterior is covered with a brown slip. The remains of between twenty and thirty lines of black-painted demotic text contain an account of spelt.
- Excavated/Findspot: Bucheum, AR:30-31/67
- (Africa,Egypt,Upper Egypt,Armant,Bucheum (Hermonthis))
- Height: 22.9 centimetres (max)
- Width: 15.6 centimetres (max)
Inscription CommentRemains of between twenty and thirty lines of black-painted demotic text, some much more faded than others. They contain an account of spelt.
fair (incomplete - three fragments joined)
Excavated 1927-1931 by Robert Ludwig Mond on behalf of the Egypt Exploration Society.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
- O.Buch. 67 (text edition abbreviation according to Oates et al 2001)
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Object reference number: YCA62335
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