O. Cairo Carnarvon 300 PP
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Description: Measurements presently not available. Inscribed on two sides (see Remarks) in black ink, obverse 1 line, reverse 10 lines. Damaged: only a few signs remain of obverse 1, beginnings and ends of all lines on reverse lost.
Classification: account(?)
Keywords: -
Provenance: Valley of Kings; Carnarvon excavations in 1915-1922 (see Remarks).
Publication: Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions IV, 188 (transcription).
Dates mentioned: -
Dates attributed: Dyn. 19, Merenptah (Kitchen).
Contents: A partially preserved text, probably some kind of an account.
Terminology: -
Names/Titles: an. (rmT-is.t 12; rev. ~8#?); an. (Hr.y s 1; rev. 7); an. (sS-od s 1; rev. 7); MAA.n=i-nxt=f (rev. ~5#?); Nfr-rnp.t (TAy-mDA.t ; rev. ~9#?); nswt BA-n-Ra Mry-Imn anx wDA snb (king; obv. ~1#); 1y (Hmw.w ; rev. 10); OH (aA n is.t ; rev. 9); Incomplete: [...]- ms (rev. ~1#?)
Remarks: Description: The text on the reverse appears to be written by the scribe On-Hr-xpS=f , while the text on the obverse is by a different hand. Černý, Community of Workmen , 295. Provenance: cf. Reeves, Valley of the Kings , 321 ff. The find spot appears to be that of the workmen's huts in front of KV 9. Neunert, G., Untersuchungen zu den Carter-Carnarvon Ostraka aus dem Tal der Könige I, unpublished MA thesis, Munich 2003-2004, 30,49, Neunert, G., The Search for Tutankhamun , www.ashmol.ox.ac.uk/gri/4search.html, 20.

Record last updated 2004-01-12


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