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Rectangular fragment of a polychrome tomb-painting representing Osiris, standing and holding the crook and flail, with lotus flower, surmounted by the four sons of Horus, before.
Height: 44.50 centimetres (max)
- Curator's comments
Published Kitchen, Ram. Insc. Vol 6 p. 441
PM I Part 1: p. 231. This tomb is now largely destroyed; this register is shown intact in a drawing of Robert Hay (BL Addmss 29822 folio 117): the tomb-owner offers to Osiris (the Hay mss suggest that this figure belongs to a different scene from the figures of Amenhotep I and Ahmose Nefertari); behind Osiris is a Djed pillar in costume.
Published; J-P. Corteggiani and N. Cherpion, La tombe d'Inherkhaouy (TT 359) a Deir el-Medina (MIFAO128, 2010), 158, pl. 148.
- On display (G63/dc3)
- good (incomplete)
- Acquisition date
- Egypt and Sudan
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