O. Cairo JE 72459
Other nos.: O. Cairo SR 01474
  
Description: Limestone, two fragments which do not join; fragment (a) 7.5 x 6 cm, fragment (b) 12 x 8 cm. Inscribed on two sides in black ink, obverse 3 lines, reverse 11 lines. Top obverse = bottom reverse. Damaged: middle of obverse 1-2 lost, end of obverse 2 lost, only a few signs remain of obverse 3, reverse effaced by scribe, ends of reverse 1-11 lost, middle of reverse 7-11 lost. Correction by scribe in obverse 2; see Remarks.
Classification: account - note : delivery - protocol(?)
Keywords: construction site - lamp - side (of gang)? - storehouse
Provenance: Valley of Kings, Davis excavation; see Remarks.
Publication: Helck, Die datierten und datierbaren Ostraka , 188, 188 (translation of obverse and reverse); see Remarks.
Dates mentioned: rnp.t-sp 4 + x (obv. ~1#); rnp.t-sp [...] (rev. 1); sw 29 (rev. ~2#); rnp.t-sp 6 III Smw sw 4 (rev. 4); sw 5 (rev. 5); sw 6 (rev. 6)
Dates attributed: Dyn. 19, year 4 Siptah and year 6 Siptah (Helck).
Contents: A journal account of lamps, and a report(?) concerning the behaviour of some person.
Terminology: [...] iny.t m pA wDA (obv. 1; see Remarks); ir n (obv. ~2#); m bAH NN (rev. ~9#, ~10#); Hr tA ri.t (obv. ~2#; see Remarks)
Names/Titles: Imn-nxt (rev. ~9#)
Remarks: Description/Publication: description and transcription by Černý, Notebook 106.11, photograph of fragment a) obverse and fragment b) reverse kindly provided by the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Provenance: according to Journal d'Entree. Terminology: reading iny.t (obv. 1) by Černý, Notebook 106.11. Reconstruction Hr tA ri.t (obv. ~2#) by Černý, Notebook 106.11.

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