From: Egypt | Fayum

Curatorial Section: Egyptian

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Object Number E425A
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Ptolemaic
Provenience Egypt | Fayum
Period Ptolemaic Period | Thirty-Third Dynasty
Date Made 305-30 BCE
Section Egyptian
Materials Linen
Iconography Book Of The Dead
Inscription Language Hieratic

Fragment of Linen Mummy wrappings with text and vignettes. There are parts of four colums of hieratic text on this fragment. Above the text on the right there is a depiction of a seated lion-headed deity. Above the third column of text there is a group of figures. A crocodile, a serpent, Anubis, a figure with his hands raised in adoration, a falcon, a female goddess. Above these standing figures are two seated goddesses, Isis and Nephthys.

Credit Line Purchased from William Flinders Petrie, 1890
Other Number ES 425 - Original Number

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