Oriental Inst Online Cat.:|
Registration Number: E 11490, Dyn 6, Classification/Specific: Cook (Model), Material/Specific: Wood, Plaster, Stucco
Description: Tending pots, squatting, left forearm missing, covered with stucco and painted. left arm detached but intact - all pots missing. Man heating a stack of bread molds.
Petrie p. 15: 613. Tomb of Nenna (pl.i). Rectangular chamber in the hill-side, with entrance from south-east, forming a chapel. In west wall a niche containing the ebony figure of Nenna, inscribed on the pedestal. The statue was held into the niche by a bar of wood. Under the niche, statuette of a woman fanning a log fire. Almost touching this to the south, lying against the wall, body on a mat, head north, face east, left side, slightly can tracted. loosely swathed. Also on the chapel floor were fragments of wooden coffin and coarse IXth dynasty sherds.
|613 - Nenna|
|Ref. for dating|
|Oriental Institute , Chicago|
|BreastedJnr-1948 , II-4-2 9|
|Petrie-etal-1924 , pl. I: 22, 23; text, p. 4,15|
|Tooley-1989 , p. 50|
|Web Museum Record Card|
|Links to Images and Other Refs|
internal ID: 1488