O. Turin N. 57366
Other nos.: O. Turin inv. no. 13167, O. Turin suppl. 9592
Description: Limestone, 8.5 x 19.5 cms. Complete, except for some very small pieces that have come off the ostracon, causing some minute loss of writing. Two sides; obverse: five lines; reverse: three lines. Black ink. Top obverse = top reverse.
Classification: note : event
Keywords: coffin - gold - lamp - Necropolis - oil - palm leaves - requirement - rope - statue (?) - tomb (royal) - varnish - vessel - woodwork - nwt mty - sw.t wm.t - Xr.y-nHH
Provenance: Deir el-Medina; excavations Schiaparelli 1909.
Publication: Lopez, Ostraca ieratici 3, 22 (description), pl. 113-113a (facsimile, transcription); Lopez, Ostraca ieratici 4, pl. 204 (photograph); Helck, Die datierten und datierbaren Ostraka , 455 (translation) ; Janssen, RdE 43 (1992), 107-122 and pl. 2 (transcription, translation, commentary); McDowell, Village Life in Ancient Egypt , 221-222 no. 171 (translation)
Dates mentioned: rnp.t-sp 1 II Smw sw 24 (obv. 1)
Dates attributed: D yn. 20 (Lopez); year 1 Ramesses IV (Janssen); year 1 Ramesses VII (Helck); see Remarks
Contents: During two days funerary equipment is taken to the royal tombs in the Valley of Queens (see Remarks) by the workmen. This equipment includes woodwork, ropes, vessels, and lamps or wicks. Already in the tombs are five coffins and a shabti-box.
Terminology: iny.t sdbH nA rmT.w n pA 2r (obv. 2-3); hrw pn (obv. 1)
Names/Titles: tA In.t (geo.; obv. 2)
Remarks: Date(s) attributed: year 1 of a king of dyn. 20 (?) according to Lopez ; most likely year 1 Ramesses IV or one of his successors according to Janssen . Contents: for the location of the tombs mentioned in O. Turin N. 57366, see Janssen, RdE 43, 116.

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