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Stela

Object Number:E11655.1
Current Location: Collections Storage
Provenience: Egypt
Deir El-Bahari
Period: Eighteenth Dynasty
Section:Egyptian
Materials:Pigment
Limestone
Inscription Language:Hieroglyphic
Credit Line:Distribution from the Egypt Exploration Fund; E. Naville, 1905
Other Number:AES3617 - Other Number

Description

Part of a stela with painted decoration and inscription. The stela is for a scribe of Amun named Nakht. On the stela, the scribe Qena (on the left) pours water before a seated man and woman. The man is Nakht. The woman's name is not legible. A horizontal line at the bottom again mentions the scribe Qena.

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