O. Turin N. 57029
Other nos.: O. Turin suppl. 5652, O. Turin inv. no. 10311
  
Description: Limestone, 15 x 15 cms. Damaged, with minor loss of writing. One side, with 11 lines in black ink. Two corrections by the scribe in line 9.
Classification: journal : absence - name
Keywords: illness - side (of gang) - Valley of Kings
Provenance: Valley of Queens, excavations Schiaparelli 1903-1905.
Publication: Lopez, Ostraca ieratici 1, 26 (description), pl. 16-16a (facsimile, transcription); Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions V, 492 (transcription); Helck, Die datierten und datierbaren Ostraka , 255 (outline of content)
Dates mentioned: rnp.t-sp 24 I Ax.t sw 5-7 (2, 7, 10)
Dates attributed: Dyn. 20, year 24 Ramesses III ( Lopez, Kitchen, Helck)
Contents: Journal for three days, listing workmen and illness on both sides.
Terminology: wnmy (10); mr (2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10); n NN (3 (?)); nty m 4x.t (~1#); smHy (9, 11)
Names/Titles: an. ( pA sS ; 3); Ii-r-niw.t=f (3, 8, 10); Ir-sw (~4#, 7, 9 (?), 10); Wn-nfr (~8#, 10); Wsr-HA.t (6); PA-ym (11); Ms (4, 8, 10); Nb-nfr (~6#); Nfr-Htp (4, 7); Rt (5); 2a-m-WAs.t (8); 2a-m-Nwn (7); 2nsw (2, 7, 10); 3nmw-ms (6, 9, 11); 4A-WAD.t (5); 4bA (9, 11); 4x.t (geo.; 1 ); On (5); OnnA sA Rt (9); Od-Hr-ix.t=f (~6#, 9, 11); Ks (4)
Remarks: For the scribe, who wrote many ostraca now kept in the Turin Museum, see Donker van Heel, Haring, Writing in a Workmen's Village , 65-71.

Record last updated 2005-05-27


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