O. Toronto ROM 906.20.1
Other nos.: O. J.G. Milne [2]
Description: Limestone, measurements at present unknown. Inscribed on one side with 2 columns of respectively 4 and 5 lines in black ink. Damaged; broken off at right and left edges and bottom; beginnings of col. I lines 3 and 4, and ends of lines 1 and 5 of col. II missing.
Classification: list : name
Keywords: side (of gang)
Provenance: Acquired by J.G. Milne at Thebes. See Remarks
Publication: Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions VII, 198 (transcription)
Dates mentioned: -
Dates attributed: Dyn. 19, reign of Ramesses II (see Remarks)
Contents: List of names of workmen of the right side of the gang.
Terminology: wnmy (col. I, 1)
Names/Titles: Any (col. II 4); Imn-ms (col. II 2); Wn-nfr (col. II ~5#); Nb-nfr ( aA n is.t ; col. I 2); Nxt-9Hwty (col. II 3); 1y-nfr (...; col. I 3; see Remarks). Incomplete: 2a-m-[...] (col. II 1); [...]- nfr (col. I 4)
Remarks: Provenance: mentioned in Cern Community of Workmen , 288 with note 1 as an ostracon sent by J.G. Milne to Sir Alan Gardiner in Leyden. Date attributed: on account of the personal names (Demarée). Names, Titles: The Gardiner signs A24 and A20 preceding the name 1y-nfr (col. I, 3) are perhaps to be read iAw (Haring).

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