University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Object Number: E13560A
Current Location: Collections storage
Provenience: Egypt
Memphis (Egypt)
Locus: Palace of Merenptah 11-12
Period: New Kingdom
Nineteenth Dynasty
Date Made: 1292 - 1190 BC
Early Date: -1293
Late Date: -1189
Section:Egyptian
Materials:Limestone
Faience
Technique:Inlaid
Length: 224.99cm
Credit Line:The Eckley B. Coxe Jr. Expedition to Mit-Rahineh (Memphis), Egypt; Clarence Stanley Fisher, 1924

Description

Carved on the lintel of the doorway are the King's four names that appear betwee the symbolic plants of Upper and Lower Egypt. Patron goddesses of Egypt surmount the scene. All the hieroglyphs were originally inlaid with blue faience. The winged sun disk was decorated in gold, each feather inlaid with faience and outlined in gold. The multimedia photo includes the two door jamb E13560 B & C


Bibliography:

[Book] Porter, Bertha & Moss, Rosalind L. 1981. Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Reliefs, and Paintings III: Memphis, Part 2. Saqqara to Dahshur. III. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 856View Objects related to this Actual Citation

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