From: Egypt | Gurob

Curatorial Section: Egyptian

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Object Number E432B
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Ptolemaic
Provenience Egypt | Gurob
Period Ptolemaic Period | Thirty-Third Dynasty
Date Made 305-30BC
Section Egyptian
Materials Linen
Iconography Book Of The Dead | Man | Goddess | Sycamore
Inscription Language Hieratic

Linen mummy wrapping fragment with hieratic text of the Book of the Dead. Inscribed for Iuhepim(?) son of Tasherentaihet. The Book of the Dead Chapters on this fragment are parts of 52-56. There are 2 vignettes: a man adoring a goddess in a sycamore tree and a man holding the hieroglyph for breath. In the multimedia photo E432B is on the bottom. E432A is the top.

Length 27.2 cm
Width 10.6 cm
Credit Line Purchased from William Flinders Petrie, 1890
Other Number ES 432 - Original Number

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