O. Berlin P 10840
Other nos.: -
Description: Limestone, 8.4 x 13 cm. Inscribed on two sides in black ink, obverse 4 lines (numbered 1-4), reverse 3 lines (numbered 5-7). Damaged: end of obverse 1 lost.
Classification: account : deficit
Keywords: pottery - term
Provenance: Bought on the West bank of Luxor.
Publication: Deir el Medine online, URL: http://dem-online.gwi.uni-muenchen.de (description, transcription, transliteration, translation, photograph and commentary); Grandet, in: Les artistes de Pharaon (2002), 104, no. 41 (photograph, description, translation, commentary); Hieratische Papyrus Berlin III, Leipzig 1911, pls. XXXII, XXXIIa (description, facsimile, transcription); Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions I, 368 (transcription); Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions, translations I, 304 (translation); Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions, notes I, 262 (commentary)
Dates mentioned: rnp.t-sp 9 III Ax.t sw 1 r III pr.t sw 30 (2)
Dates attributed: Dyn. 19, year 9 Seti I (Kitchen); Dyn. 20, year 9 Ramesses III(?) (Grandet); see Remarks.
Contents: An account of deficits of pottery jars of potter MnnA during a period of five months.
Terminology: ir n (obv. 3); wDA.t n NN SAa m rnp.t Y Abd Y sw Y r Abd Y sw Y (obv. ~1#)
Names/Titles: Ipw (sS ; rev. 5); PA-Sd (sS ; obv. ~1#); MnnA (od r xt sS PA-Sd ; obv. ~1#)
Remarks: Date(s) attributed: alternatively a date dyn. 19, year 9 Seti I or Ramesses II is suggested by Černý, Community of Workmen , 206; Davie, Who's Who at Deir el-Medina , 124. The grounds for the dating dyn. 20, year 9 Ramesses III(?) suggested by Grandet, in: Les artistes de Pharaon (2002), 104 no. 41, are unknown.

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