Body sherd of a pottery vessel used as a spade sherd
A body sherd of a pottery vessel with a red burnished exterior and black interior. It originates from Armant. It was found in 1997 in a box of four sherds labelled 'Armant 1 Spade Sherds'. Spade sherds are so-called as they show signs of having been used for digging.
Needler, W., 'Predynastic and Archaic Egypt in the Brooklyn Museum' p179.
- Obverse Legend
[...] ????????? ????????? (Antoninus)
- Obverse Type
Bare head of Antoninus Pius, facing right
- Reverse Type
Dikaiosyne seated, facing left, holding scales(?) and cornucopia
- Last modified: 05 Mar 2021