|farmyard? / cattle husbandry|
Tooley-1989 pp. 41-42: |
Tomb 21 was of the HAty-a, Xrp-nsty, imy-r Hm-nTr, imn-m-HAt (Kamal 1901a, 17-32; Porter and Moss 1934, 184) associated with the rock-cut tomb 3. Much remained of the disturbed burial including ... [a] curious model consisting of 5 recumbent oxen, a tower of 3 storeys, a cloaked overseer and a crouched figure (Cairo cat. 2311. 1901a, 31, fig. 7; Hayes 1953, 255).>br>Kamal-1901a p. 31:
A plank (length 79 cmt. width 24 cm.) on which were fixed (fig.7)
1° A quadrangular tower (dovecote) with a crenellated top and windows, and fences on the sides. The bottom of the four sides painted in black, the top in yellow, the windows in red and black. The bottom of the grids is yellow with black and red nets.
2° Five oxen, three of them lying down.
3° A man sitting on the ground
Global Egyptian Museum :
|Ref. for dating|
|Egyptian Museum, Cairo|
|Height 81 cm|
|Kamal-1901a , Annales ASAE II, p. 31|
|Tooley-1989 , p. 41-2|
|Museum Online Record Card|
|Links to Images and Other Refs|
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