|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||Egypt | Edfu|
|Period||Late Period | Twenty-Sixth Dynasty|
Limestone funerary stela of a woman named Irtyru, the daughter of Khonsuirdisu and Asetheb. Inscribed with 6 lines of heiroglyphic text including a funerary prayer. At the top of the stela under the lunette of a winged sun disk with pendant uraei, the deceased is shown on the right in a pose of veneration before four deities (from left: Nephthys, Isis, Atum and Re-Horakhty).
|Credit Line||Gift of Mrs. William Rambo, 1922|
Report problems and issues to email@example.com.