Model Type
combination: butchery / baking / brewing
Description
Breasted -- 1. Chicago, Oriental Institute, 11495 (Pl. 40a). Seven figures in three groups: 1. Slaughter: standing man leans over ox as he cuts jugular vein; squatting second man catches blood; man, squatting beside hind quarters of ox, engaged in unrecognizable occupation. 2. Brewing: man straining mash through sieve into vat; woman apparently sealing beer jugs. 3. Bread-making: woman grinds grain into flour with an assistant squatting beside her. Model also has several sealed beer jugs, vats and baskets.
From Sedment, tomb 2105. Ninth dynasty. Petrie-Brunton, Sedment, 1, p. 10. Length: 36 cm.; width: 23 cm.; height. 11.5 cm.
Site
Sedment
Tomb
2105
Museum
Oriental Institute , Chicago
Accession number
E 11495
Breasted Classification
II-4-2 PREPARATION AND PROCESSING OF FOOD - Model Scenes of Baking, Brewing, and Slaughtering. - Type 2 : Scenes of baking, brewing and slaughtering in one room or house.
Material
wood
Dimensions
Length 36 cm Width 23 cm Height. 11.5 cm
References (Bibliography)
BreastedJnr-1948 , II-4-2 1, Pl. 40a
Petrie-etal-1924 , p. 10
Web Museum Record Card
URL: https://oi.uchicago.edu/idb//#D/11662/H/1361708977951
Links to Images and Other Refs


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