O. UC 39636
Other nos.: HO 29, 3; O. Petrie 37
Description: Limestone, 10 .1 x 13 .0 cm. two sides; obverse: seven lines; reverse: seven lines. Black ink. Damaged on all sides of obverse and reverse except at reverse right edge. Top obverse = bottom reverse; see Remarks.
Classification: deposition : transfer
Keywords: basketry - coffin - leather - natron (?) - paint - sandals - textile - woodwork - Hoo
Provenance: No indication
Publication: Černý-Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca , 9 (description) and pl. 29-29A no. 3 (facsimile, transcription); Allam, Hieratische Ostraka und Papyri , 240 no. 240 (translation, commentary); Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions IV, 228-229 (transcription) ; www.petrie.ucl.ac.uk (description, photograph)
Dates mentioned: -
Dates attributed: Dyn. 19, Amenmesse ( Kitchen )
Contents: Obverse: dispute involving the workman 2a-m-sbA.w and 1y son of 1y-nfr about several amounts of leather which were to be worked into sandals. Reverse: obscure; transaction (?) involving the making of a coffin.
Terminology: ir ink (obv. 2); Incomplete: [...] rdy.t NN [...] (obv. 1)
Names/Titles: 1y sA 1y-nfr (~7#); 2a-m-sbA.w (rmT-is.t ; ~1#)
Remarks: Description: although O. Petrie 37 obverse and reverse seem to be in the same handwriting, the cases described on both sides appear to be different. However, both 2a-m-sbA.w , 1y son of 1y-nfr (as on O. Petrie 37 obverse), a coffin, salt (?) and Hoo (as on O. Petrie 37 reverse) are mentioned in O. Glasgow D.1925.81 as well.

Record last updated 2007-08-31

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