O. Cairo JE 72496
Other nos.: O. Cairo SR 01511; O. Carnarvon 373 + O. Carnarvon 375
  
Description: Limestone, 23.5 x 12 cm, two joining fragments. Inscribed on two sides, obverse 4 columns of workmen's marks (or 'funny signs') , reverse 2 columns of workmen's marks (or 'funny signs') and dots. Top obverse = top reverse. Damaged: end of obverse column I lost, middle of obverse column III lost, only a trace remains of obverse column IV, top of reverse columns I-II lost; see Remarks.
Classification: ?
Keywords: -
Provenance: Valley of the Kings. Carnarvon/Carter excavation 1922; East side of the hill containing KV 47 (Siptah); mark: '373", and mark: "375"; see Remarks.
Publication: see Remarks
Dates mentioned: -
Dates attributed: -
Contents: Workmen's marks (or 'funny signs') and dots.
Terminology: -
Names/Titles: -
Remarks: Description/Publication: description and transcription by Černý, Notebook 106.20, unpublished; Neunert, G., Untersuchungen zu den Carter-Carnarvon Ostraka aus dem Tal der Könige I, unpublished MA thesis, Munich 2003-2004, 64, 65-66 (description, commentary); Neunert, G., Untersuchungen zu den Carter-Carnarvon Ostraka aus dem Tal der Könige II, unpublished MA thesis, Munich 2003-2004, 38-39 (transcription). Provenance: cf. Reeves, Valley of the Kings , 330-331. The find spot lies to the East of KV 47. Neunert, G., Untersuchungen zu den Carter-Carnarvon Ostraka aus dem Tal der Könige I, unpublished MA thesis, Munich 2003-2004, 60, 64; Neunert, G., The Search for Tutankhamun , www.ashmol.ox.uk/gri/4search.html, 24.

Record last updated 2005-12-01


©1998-2017 The Deir el-Medina Database, Leiden University