University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Object Number: 69-29-563
Current Location: Collections storage
Provenience: Egypt
Abydos
Locus: RP.6F(N)
Period: New Kingdom
Third Intermediate Period
Nineteenth Dynasty
Post Nineteenth Dynasty
Date Made: 1307-664BC
Early Date: -1307
Late Date: -664
Section:Egyptian
Materials:Ceramic
Ink
Iconography:Osiris
Drawing
Credit Line:Penn-Yale Expedition to Abydos, Egypt; David O'Connor and William Kelly Simpson, 1969
Other Number67-240 - Field No SF

Description

Ostracon with a drawing of the god Osiris facing left. He is shown standing wearing the white crown, beard, road collar and he holds a was scepter. There is a single column of text in front of him. This is a fragment of a votive bowl or a magical bowl.


Bibliography:

[Book] Thomas, Nancy. The American Discovery of Ancient Egypt. : Page/Fig./Plate: 194/94View Objects cited in this Publication

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