Model Type
butchery
Description
Breasted -- 4. Hildesheim, Pelizaeus-Museum, 1694 (Pl. 35) Middle Kingdom. Model contains bound ox and five male figures: Standing man with knife in right hand cutting animal's throat; seated man gathering ox's blood; standing man stirring something (perhaps blood pudding) in a container, with right hand; seated clerk with pen case and writing tablet, and white band around headdress; and finally, squatting figure of owner wrapped in cloak.
Roeder, op. cit., fig. 19, pp. 73-74. Length: 33 cm. Cf. Lansing, MMA Bull., April, 1933, pt. II, pp. 18,20,21, figs. 16,17.
Site
Unknown
Museum
Pelizaeus-Museum , Hildesheim
Accession number
1694
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
Dimensions
Length 33 cm
References (Bibliography)
BreastedJnr-1948 , II-3-2 4, Pl. 35
Lansing-1933 , MMA Bull, April, 1933, pt. II, pp. 18,20,21, figs. 16,17
Martin-Pardey-1991 , pp. 83-86
Roeder-1911 , fig. 19, pp. 73-74
Web Museum Record Card
URL: http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/detail.aspx?id=10856
Links to Images and Other Refs


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