O. Ashmolean Museum 0200
Other nos.: O. Gardiner 0200
  
Description: Limestone, 19.5 x 15 cms. Two sides; obverse: ten lines; reverse: six lines. Black ink, except for some horizontal lines and the drawing of two people before a snake goddess on the reverse which are in red ink. Damaged at the top and lower left edges, causing loss of writing.
Classification: account : portion
Keywords: gang - grain - grain rations - river-bank
Provenance: No indication
Publication: Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions VII, 174-175 (transcription); Helck, Die datierten und datierbaren Ostraka , 57-58 (translation)
Dates mentioned: rnp.t-sp 30 I Ax.t sw 2 (?) (obv. 1); I Ax.t sw 3 (obv. 8)
Dates attributed: Dyn. 19, year 30 Ramesses II ( Černý, Davies, Kitchen, Helck) ; see Remarks.
Contents: Obverse: account, mentioning the rations for the gang, the searching for cereals and the river-bank; reverse: amounts of grain and total.
Terminology: idn (obv. ~1# (?)); aHa m Ss (obv. 8); wp sn (obv. 8); rdy.t n=f (obv. 7; or: rdy.t.n=f ); r di.t rx=k pA di.w (obv. 7); Ssp (obv. 10); Ssp m Dr.t NN (obv. 5; in iw=i Ssp XAr 1 m Dr.t NN ); di.w n tA is.t in NN (obv. 2); dmD (obv. 9, rev. 6)
Names/Titles: Any (obv. ~6# (?)); 2Ay (obv. ~5#, 9); Incomplete: Mnw-[...] (sS ; obv. 2); see Remarks
Remarks: Collated by Demaree-Donker van Heel on 17 November 1999. Date attributed/Names, Titles: according to Davies, Who's who , 125, this was presumably year 30 of Ramesses II, in which some grain-rations were brought by a smd.t -scribe (?) Mnw-[...] .

Record last updated 2007-05-08


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