O. Strasbourg H. 059
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Description: Pottery (vase fragment), 10 x 9.5 cms. Damaged. Two sides with six and five lines respectively in black and red ink ( workmen's marks (or 'funny signs') and hieratic signs). On obverse the right edge seems complete, but all other sides broken off. On reverse all sides seem broken off. Top obverse = top reverse.
Classification: account - journal : delivery(?) - duty(?)
Keywords: -
Provenance: No indication; see Remarks.
Publication: Koenig, Ostraca Strasbourg , 6 (description), pl. 18 (facsimile), pl. 107 (photograph)
Dates mentioned: sw 19-20 (?obv. 1, 2); sw 24-27 (rev. 2, 4, corrected from sw 25-28?)
Dates attributed: Koenig: dyn. 19 or dyn. 20
Contents: On both obverse and reverse lists of consecutive days, followed by workmen's marks (or 'funny signs') and numbers.
Terminology: -
Names/Titles: -
Remarks: Provenance: note that many of the Strasbourg ostraca were excavated by J.E. Quibell in the Ramesseum in 1895-1896 and given to the Bibliothèque Nationale et Universitaire by W.M. Flinders Petrie in 1918 (Koenig, Ostraca Strasbourg , 1; Spiegelberg, ZÄS 58 (1923), 25, note 4). Contents: for the workmen's marks (or 'funny signs') see O. Strasbourg H. 011.

Record last updated 2005-12-01


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