- Museum number
Round-topped limestone stela divided into five registers:
1 - Winged sun-disc, below is a barque containing the deceased and four gods, jackals on either side.
2 - Central sun-disc flanked by kneeling female mourners and representations of Ra(?).
3 - Male figure supporting the sun-disc on top of his head flanked by ba-birds, cynocephali and worshippers.
4 - Seated male and female figure before an offering-table and figure carrying a libation-vase and incense-burner.
5 - Five rows of Hieroglyphic text.
- Production date
- 400BC (circa)
Height: 65 centimetres
Weight: 28.50 kilograms
Width: 36.50 centimetres
Depth: 8.50 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Minas-Nerpel, Der Gott Chepri (OLA 154, 2006), 338, note 941.
Munro, Die Spatagyptischen Totenstelae, 2, Bde., AFO 25 1973, 315, pl. 49.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Egypt and Sudan
- BM/Big number
- Registration number