Relief fragment



Accession Number
EC1995
Current Location
In storage
Object Type
Architecture, Architectural decoration, Relief
Period
New Kingdom
Dynasty
Eighteenth Dynasty
Thutmose III to Hatshepsut
Material
Stone/minerals (Limestone)
Provenance
Egypt, Elephantine
Measurements
Height: 83mm | Width: 112mm | Depth: 17mm
Number of Elements
1
Culture
Egyptian

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Description

Limestone relief fragment with the remains of two incised hieroglyphs (nt) and a dividing column line. The limestone is painted white while the hieroglyphs are painted a light yellow. Possibly originating from the temple of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III at Elephantine. Presented to the Egypt Centre in 2022 by Sonja Gibbs, whose father David Gibbs (1908–1976) collected numerous objects during his travels in Egypt.

Inscription

nt

Language
Egyptian
Script
Hieroglyphic
Last modified: 05 Apr 2022

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