- Museum number
Wooden sickle with blade composed of flints(some now lost); Hieroglyphic inscription.
Height: 11.50 centimetres
Length: 28.50 centimetres
Weight: 267 grammes
Depth: 20.50 centimetres
- Curator's comments
Kees, A.Z. 85 (1960) pp. 445ff.
Dewachter. Rd'E 35 (1984). pp. 91ff.
BMS Bulletin, Summer 1988, No. 58.
G. Hart. Eyewitness Guides; Ancient Egypt. (1990). p. 9.
M. Stead. Egyptian Life. (1994). fig. 36.
N. Strudwick, The Legacy of Lord Carnarvon, Wyoming 2001, p. 29 .
PM I Part 2: p.846
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1998/9 Oct-Jun, South Carolina, The Charleston Museum, Queens Commoners of the New Kingdom
2006/8 Sept-Sept, Wallsend, Segedunum Roman Fort & Baths Museum, Egypt Revealed
- incomplete - some flints lost
- Acquisition date
- Egypt and Sudan
- BM/Big number
- Registration number