Model Type
butchery
Description
Tooley-1989 (p.47): BH 366 ... contained an intact burial comprising ... [and] a butcher's shop (Fitz. E.71c.1903. Garstang 1907a, 224, fig. 94; Breasted 1948, 40; Bourriau 1988, 106 no. 63)
Breasted -- 3. Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum. Twelfth dynasty. Model consists of bound ox and three male figures: One man has just cut jugular vein as he leans over ox. Second man, also leaning over, catches blood in bowl. Third figure tends three-legged cauldron.
From Beni Hasan, tomb 366 (of Khety). Garstang, op. cit., fig. 941 p. 108, and p. 224.
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Garstang Inventory: vi. Model representing sacrifice of ox.
Site
Beni Hasan
Tomb
BH 366
Burial
Khety
Museum
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
Accession number
E.71c.1903
Breasted Classification
II-3-2 PREPARATION AND PROCESSING OF FOOD - Men Butchering Cattle and Preparing Meat. - Model scenes of servants slaughtering animals and preparing meat.
Material
wood
References (Bibliography)
BreastedJnr-1948 , II-3-2 3.
Garstang-1907a , Fig. 94
Tooley-1989 , p. 47
Museum Online Record Card
URL: http://collection.beta.fitz.ms/id/object/50679
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