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« Reply #945 on: October 19, 2008, 09:29:49 pm »









Annexe 16

TYPE
<>
L. R.
No implements.
See Nos. 605.c. 608.e
605.f. 517.a.
380.a 517.b.
605.a 517.e.
605.b. 517.f
602.f.
496.e.
496.d.
418.e.
418.f.
519.d
519.e.
519.f.
512.d.
512.e.
611.c.
608.d.



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Annexe 17

Type
<>
L. R.
the dad, band of linen, and flagellum.
See Nos. 602.c.



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Annexe 18

Type
<>
L. R.
The band of linen and flagellum.

See Nos. 380.d.
380.f.
380.g.
602.b.
602.e.
602.d.
496.b.
496.c.
519.a.
519.b.
519.c.
459.e.
459.f.
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« Reply #946 on: October 19, 2008, 10:14:19 pm »









Annexe 19

Type
<>
L. R.
(the hoe is generally in the left hand)
the hoe,pic and two baskets.

See Nos. 418.a.
418.b.
418.g.
512.a.
512.b.
611.a.
611.b.
608.b.
608.c.
517.d.
517.g.
517.h.




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Annexe 20

Violet glazed pottery
Calcite & 380.d.
Calcite & 380.f.
Wood gesso-gilt



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Annexe 21

Calcite & 380.b.
Calcite & 459.d.
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« Reply #947 on: October 19, 2008, 10:15:10 pm »









Annexe 22

325.d. & 512.b.
Wood gesso-gilt
323. g. & 418.b.
Wood gesso on linen, painted



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Annexe 23

323.a. & 418.a.
Painted wood
324.a. & 611.a.
Painted wood
324.j. & 611.b.
Painted wood

Annexe 24

322.a. & 605.d.
Quartzite
322.b. & 605.e.
Quartzite
322.e. & 514.d.
Quartzite
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« Reply #948 on: October 19, 2008, 10:16:02 pm »









Annexe 25

Limestone
330.n.
Limestone
330.l.
Granite
322.g.



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Annexe 26

wood, painted
319.c. & 418.c.
wood painted
323.o. & 415.d.
Calcite
and 380.c.
Calcite
and 380.b.
Blue glazed pottery
327.ee.



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Annexe 27

<>
325.e.
wood gesso-gilt
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« Reply #949 on: October 19, 2008, 10:16:57 pm »









Annexe 28

323.p.
Painted wood
324.m. & 611.c.
Painted wood
324.g.
Painted wood
324.t. & 517.e.
Painted wood
323.l.
Painted wood



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Annexe 29

Wood gesso-gilt
325.c.



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Annexe 30

330.o.
Crystalline limestone
322.i
Quartzite
328.n
Calcite
329.l
Yellow limestone
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« Reply #950 on: October 19, 2008, 10:17:52 pm »









Annexe 31

326.r. & 519.d.
Light blue glaze
327.h.
Light blue glaze



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Annexe 32

Nothing in hands


326.i.
Violet glaze
327.l
Blue glaze
327.o.
Light blue glaze
327.dd.
Light blue glaze
327.n.
Light blue glaze
327.q.
Light blue glaze
327.b.
White glaze



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Annexe 32A

WINE-JAR
NOTES

TYPES OF SEALS - A to P
TYPES OF SEALS - Z & Y

NOS. OF WINE-JARS 362, 392, 411, 413, 432, 434,
486, 489, 490, 500, 508, 509, 516, 523, 536, 539, 541, 549,
560, 563, 568, 570, 571. (Note one with no number.)


Alternated type of wine-jars
Nos. 431, 498, 499, 502, & 409.
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« Reply #951 on: October 19, 2008, 10:18:44 pm »









Annexe 33

(ROUGH) LIST OF WINE-JAR DOCKETS


dates. Year 1. 508
" 3. 362, 411.
" 4. 392, 411, 413, 486, 568.
" 5. 434, 489, 509, 523, 549, 560, 570, 571
" 9. 516, 541.
" 10. 500, 539.
" 21. 563. (No number)


Officials
<> 362, 486
<> 392
<> 411
<> 413
<> 434
<> 489
the Vizier <> 490


<>508, 560, 564, 570
<> 509
<> 516
<> 523
<> 539, 541
<> 549
<>... (no number)

Domain of Aten 362, 392, 411, 413, 434, 486, 489, 509, 523, 539, 549, 571, (no number) = 68%
" " Amen 508 = 5%
" " Tut-ankh-Amen 516, 541, 560, 568, 570 = 27%

Places River of the West 362, 413, 434, 486, 489, 508, 509, 516, 523, 539, 541, 549, 560, 568, 570, (no number).
<> Sile (Kantareh) 411
<> 500, ?reading
<> 571, ?reading.



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Annexe 34

SCALE 1/2
A B C D
(see 541) (see 541) lower portion not certain whether it really belongs.



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Annexe 35

SCALE 1/2 Note this small size is used for resealing the holes made to allow gas to escape after fermentation.
F G K
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« Reply #952 on: October 19, 2008, 10:19:38 pm »









Annexe 36

Scale 1/2
E J L M



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Annexe 37

SCALE 1/2
H I N O
no plural signs
frag.
missing




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Annexe 38

SCALE 1/2
P
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« Reply #953 on: October 19, 2008, 10:20:53 pm »









Annexe 39

SCALE 1/2 Types of seals
Z 1
rush binding
clay
rush binding
pottery neck

Y 23
rush binding
clay seal
rush-work protection
pottery jar underneath



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Annexe 40

SCALE 3 m/m per centimetre
There were several wine-jar of this type - mostly broken - but from the fragments only 9 to 10 approx. can be identified, and of these see Nos. 431, 498, 499, 502 and 409.
Dried lees were found inside the two unbroken specimens Nos. 431 and 502.
The plaster & rush stopper (type Z) and impressions of seal (type I) seem to have been the types of stoppers and seals employed for this particular make of wine-jar.
By their fragile nature they suffered much from the ill-treatment that occured in this (Annexe) chamber.

see type Z
for seal impressions on top only see type I.
greenish grey pottery

(see photo).



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Annexe 41

No number
<>"Year 9, wine [sweet? of the house of] Aten in [the Western] river
<> Chief of the vineyard ... Khay"
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« Reply #954 on: October 19, 2008, 10:21:58 pm »









Annexe 42

BASKET-WARE 1
There were 116 examples of this type of vessels which contained fruits, seed, etc.
For the various types see following nos: -
No. 338 oval basket, large size, of which there were 10 examples
440A " " , medium size, " " " " 69 "
616 " " , small size, " " " " 2 "
589 Round " , large size, " " " " 2 "
357 " " , small size, " " " " 28 "
422 " " , " " , " " " " 2 " with strings for suspension
589A Bottle " , ------ " " " " 3 "
116


68% of these baskets contained fruits of which the nabuk was the most common.
26% " " " " seeds.
1% " " " " what appears to have been a kind of bread for beer making.
- the remainder were found empty.



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Annexe 43

BASKET-WARE 2

These baskets show by their symmetry the natural aptitude of the expert workman of the industry.
Some of the smaller and finer weaved baskets are adorned with patterns formed by inter-weaving stained with the natural grasses.
Most of the coarser baskets are made of fibre `skains' from the fruit bearing stalks of the date palm, bound with the fronds of the dôm palm, or as in some cases the date palm, which were in all probability first soaked in water to render them both leathery and pliable.
The fibre `skains' were probably obtained by beating the stalks with a mallet; a metal knife or clippers was possibly employed for cutting out material; and a bone or metal bodkin for drawing through the fronds when connecting the strands in building up the basket.

The 'strokes' employed in the construction of these baskets appear to have been similar to those used today by native basket-makers.



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Annexe 44

Green Spots from Walls

These consist of carbonate of copper.
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« Reply #955 on: October 19, 2008, 10:23:06 pm »









Annexe 44A

[not transcribed]



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Annexe 45

White Film on Various Objects. 1

592 Stool. Irregular patches of a thin, white, powdery film. This when examined chemically was found to contain a fair proportion of sulphate and of calcium and a small proportion of carbonate and to be free from chloride. The material, therefore, was not wholly or even largely limestone dust (such as might have settled on it in the tomb) but consisted principally of very finely powdered calcium sulphate (gypsum). The film, however, had not the appearance or thickness of an applied paint and appeared to be unintentional.
547 Box A similar-looking film in irregular patches consisted chieftly of calcium sulphate.
615 Lid of Box. A similar-looking film recurred: it was slightly translucent. The material was inorganic and hence not a resin or gum applied as a varnish; it was rather more coherant than that on Stool 592. The ony ingredients that could be found were a large proportion of sulphate and of calcium, evidently present as calcium sulphate.
Stool 414. A similar-looking film. This also gave the tests for calcium and sulphate


(continued)


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Annexe 46

White Film on Various Objects 2

Stool 442 E. A similar-looking film. This gave the tests for calcium and sulphate and also for carbonate. The sulphate, however, was only in very small proportion, but the carbonate occurred in fairly large proportion. The material therefore was largely limestone dust.
Box 388. A similar-looking film in large amount. This consisted essentially of calcium carbonate (i.e. limestone dust) and did not contain any sulphate.
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« Reply #956 on: October 19, 2008, 10:25:33 pm »









Annexe 47

TEXTS TO BE DECIPHERED

Nos. 386; 577; 349; 345; 585; 420; 585R; 393; 585Q; 620-96 to 109; wine-jar seals; 571; 434; 413; 568; 500; 489; 392; 560; 549; 411; 523; 539; 563; 508; 486; 362; 490; 516; 541; 570; 406; 509; 575; 494; (403 texts); 370, a, b; 575, 615.



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Annexe 48

<> Rêises with a whip (or flail) miniature hoes, & pics
" yokes
" baskets and water vessels.
Band of linen
Shawabti rêis.



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Annexe 49

TYPES OF HEAD-DRESS

For reference to notes
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« Reply #957 on: October 19, 2008, 10:26:31 pm »









Annexe 50

type (1)
<>
<> `The white crown'
<> `Crown of Up. Eg.'
<> 'Great Crown'
<>=<> `White crown' <> `great crown'
Gardiner, Eg. Gram. 491




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Annexe 51

type (2)
<>
<> `red crown'
<> `crown of Low. Eg'
<> 'nt-crown'
<> `crown of Low. Eg'
Gardiner, Eg. Gram., 491.



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Annexe 52

Type (3)
<>


<> `The double crown' of Up. and Low. Eg.
<> `The double crown'
<> `The great crown'
Gardiner, Eg. Gram, 491
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Annexe 53

Type (4)
<>


<> `the blue crown'
Gardiner, Eg. Gram., 492



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Annexe 54

Type (5)

<>

<> nms Lacau, Sarcophs pl. LIV., 487, 28087 (64).
<> nms " " " 490, 28091 (97)
<> nms " " " 484, 28037 (42)

<> Coiffure royale éthiopienne (BR). Pierret, Voc. hier., p. 522.
<> Coiffure royale (stèle éthiopienne, dite de l'Intronisation) Pierret, Voc. hier. p. 568.



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Annexe 55

Type (6)

<>

<> Lacau, Sarcophs, pl. LIV., 489, 28034 (2)

<>
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Annexe 55

Type (6)

<>

<> Lacau, Sarcophs, pl. LIV., 489, 28034 (2)

<>



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Annexe 56

<> WIG (round and short) type (7)



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Annexe 57

<> WIG (round and long) type (Cool
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