O. UC 31922
Other nos.: O. Mond [unnumbered]
  
Description: Limestone, stela-shaped , 22 x 14.3 cm (thick 3.8 cm) . Inscribed on one side in black ink, text in two columns, column I 13 lines, column II 13 lines. Damaged: loss at beginnings of I 1-8, and I 12-13, slight loss at end of II 13.
Classification: inventory
Keywords: alabaster - basketry - copper - honey - incense - metalwork - natron - oil - silver - stone vessel - textile - wine - woodwork - StA.y.t
Provenance: Originating from excavations by R. Mond at Qurna in the early years of the 20th century. Reverse of ostracon has pencil mark: Zai 23-b-'-, probably indicating findspot TT 23 (tomb of royal scribe 7Ay ).
Publication: Raisman, Wepwawet 1 (1985) 1-3 (facsimile, transcription, translation, commentary); Kitchen, Ramesside Iinscriptions VII, 224-225 (transcription) ; http://www.petrie.ucl.ac.uk (photograph, description)
Dates mentioned: -
Dates attributed: Probably dyn. 18, or dyn. 19, Merenptah (Raisman)
Contents: An inventory of goods and furniture which were possibly placed in a tomb, as StA.y.t is mentioned in the damaged heading. The tomb is probably Theban Tomb no. 23.
Terminology: [...] n Hn.w nty m tA StA.y.t (I 1 ; possibly nA n Hn.w ; see Remarks)
Names/Titles: -
Remarks: Terminology: restoration nA n Hn.w suggested by K. Donker van Heel.

Record last updated 2005-06-01


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