|file of offering bearers / offering bearer|
Tooley-1989 (p.50): Tomb 2107 "had another complete set of models, but the ka figure had disappeared, like the rest of the burial. Here the domestic scene and the maids [i.e. offering bearers] came first, at the north: then the granary; [then the boats]. In this case, the tools were lying in a little bundle in the granary" (Petrie 1924a, p. 11, offering bearers ill. XXVI:12)|
Tooley-1989 (p.219): Tomb 2107. Location unknown, dimensions unknown. A pair of offerers closely resembling the above pair (1924a, 11, XXVI:12). Dated 11 dyn. to Senwosret I (see comments p. 51).
Petrie/Brunton p. 7: Servants from other tombs are also very poorly executed (xxvi, 11,12, 13).
|11 dyn. to Senwosret I|
|Ref. for dating|
|Tooley-1989 p. 219|
|IV-1-3-C SERVANTS CARRYING SUPPLIES FOR DECEASED, AND FUNERAL SCENES - Servants Carrying Supplies for Deceased. - Women servants singly, or in rows of two or more, bring supplies for deceased. - Intermediate period.|
|Petrie-etal-1924 , Pl. XXVI, 12 No. 2107, text, p. 7, 11|
|Tooley-1989 , p. 50, 219|
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