O. Turin N. 57039
Other nos.: O. Turin suppl. 5666, O. Turin inv. no. 10325
  
Description: Limestone, 12 x 9 cms. Damaged (at bottom and left side of reverse). Two sides: obverse: 9 lines, some of which are effaced; reverse: 8 lines, of which the last is much effaced. Palimpsest (reverse). Black ink, except the earlier text on the reverse which is in red ink. Top obverse = bottom reverse.
Classification: journal - list : absence - name
Keywords: illness - side (of gang)
Provenance: Valley of Queens; excavations Schiaparelli 1903-1905.
Publication: Lopez, Ostraca ieratici 1, 29 (description), pl. 25-25a (facsimile, transcription); Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions V, 491 (transcription); Helck, Die datierten und datierbaren Ostraka , 254 (outline of content)
Dates mentioned: rnp.t-sp 24 IV Smw sw 23 (obv. 1-~2#); sw 24 (rev. 1)
Dates attributed: Dyn. 20, year 24 Ramesses III ( Lopez, Kitchen, Helck )
Contents: List of ill workmen from both sides of the gang during two days.
Terminology: wnmy (obv. 3, rev. ~1#); mr (obv. 3, 7, rev. 3, 5, 6, 7); smHy (obv. 6, rev. 4)
Names/Titles: aA-nxt.w (obv. 6, rev. 4); Wsr-HA.t (obv. 8); Ms (obv. 4, rev. 3); 1y-nfr (obv. 3, rev. 2); 1r (rev. 2); 2a-m-Nwn (obv. 5); 3nmw-ms (obv. 7, rev. 6); OnnA (obv. 9); OnnA sA 4bA (rev. 7); Knr (obv. 8); 6nr-MnTw (obv. 7, rev. 5)
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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