O. Florence 2621
Other nos.: -
  
Description: Limestone, 17 x 20 cm. Black ink, obverse 10 lines, reverse 11 lines. Top obverse = bottom reverse. Damaged; much rubbed (on obverse) and faded. Beginnings of obv. 1, rev. 10, 11 and ends of obv. 4, rev. 10 and 11 lost.
Classification: deposition : event
Keywords: coffin - inspection - lamp - tomb (private) - woodwork
Provenance: no indication
Publication: Allam, Hieratische Ostraka und Papyri , 148 and 149 (no. 144), pls. 36-39 (photograph, transcription, translation, commentary); Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions V, 478-480 (transcription)
Dates mentioned: -
Dates attributed: Dyn. 20, Ramesses III (Allam); year 21 Ramesses III (Kitchen)
Contents: The speaker, Imn-m-Ip.t , relates the inspection of his tomb by a group of Necropolis administrators and workmen, including himself. A coffin is the only thing that was found (see Remarks). After a statement by the guardian Pn-Mn-nfr that two tombs gave access to the tomb of 2a-m-Nwn , the speaker was interrogated by the scribe ax-p.t while the Necropolis scribe Imn-nxt inspected the place. A still later inspection by the chief policeman MnTw-ms confirmed that there was only a coffin in the tomb of Imn-m-Ip.t . Pn-Mn-nfr is questioned again about his presence and observations in the place. See Remarks.
Terminology: -
Names/Titles: an. (rwD.w.w ; rev. 4); an. (pA Hr.y-mDAy n pA 2r ; rev. 6 = MnTw-ms ); Ii-r-niw.t=f (TAy-mDA.t ; obv. 2); Imn-m-Ip.t (rev. 8); Imn-nxt (sS n pA 2r ; rev. 4); Imn-xa (idn.w ; obv. ~1#); ax-p.t (sS ; rev. 2-3); BAk-n-wrnr (obv. 4); Pn-Mn-nfr (sAw ; rev. 1, 9); MnTw-ms (Hr.y-mDAy ; rev. 6-7); 1r sA 1y-nfr (obv. ~4#); 2a (idn.w ; obv. 4); 2a-m-Nwn sA Nfr-Htp (rmT-is.t ; written rmT 2a-Nwn ; obv. 3); 2a-m-Nwn (written 2a-Nwn ; obv. 6, rev. 2)
Remarks: Contents: text related to O. BM EA 5624 and P. Berlin P 10469. At the end of obv. 9 follow the transcription in Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions V, 479, 8 instead of Allam, Hieratische Ostraka und Papyri , pl. 37.

Record last updated 2002-10-02


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