|combination: offering bearer / kitchen / baking / brewing|
Tooley-1989 p17: |
[Tomb of Ini] a model kitchen scene (Turin S.13271. L.47 x W.24 x H.25 cms). This latter model (plate 4: 1) comprises a miller, beer masher, oven stoker and offerer with tray. All figures have yellow skin but are executed without bodily detail and in a very provincial style.
[Offering Bearer] Tooley-1989 p. 182: Tomb of Ini. Turin S.13271. H.25 cms (plate 32:2). Although no independent offering-bearers of this period have come from Gebelein, one was incorporated into a baker-brewer model. It stands with feet together, clothed in a short skirt from below the navel. The skin is yellow indicating that the figure is female. [...] The figure carries a tray of cakes on the left shoulder supported by the left arm bent double, the right hanging to the side.
|Ref. for dating|
|Tooley-1989 p. 17|
|Museo Egizio, Turin|
|Height 25 cm|
|Robins-1990 , p.26|
|Tooley-1989 , pp. 17, 182, 226, Pl. 4:1, 32:2|
|Tooley-1994 , p. 342, Pl. XLIc|
|Museum Online Record Card|
|Links to Images and Other Refs|
internal ID: 901