Ure Museum Database

There are 14 objects for which Inscriptions contains → and
2005.2.3 Possible graffito on the interior: X, S, and I
2005.9.4 Greek letters inscribed in marble (Δ and Η) 2007.99.0134.jpg
2007.10.2.216 2 seperate inscriptions, one above each figure. All letters are in capital form and could be Greek or Latin. Possibly the names of the two characters depicted.
2007.10.2.253 A very small and faint Greek inscription to the left of the female figure following the line of her back.
2007.9.2.23 Three Greek inscriptions one to either side of the central image and one below. Probably indicating the names of the Graces.
2008.7.153 Fragment, chipped and scratched. Wash heavily scratched on interior.
2008.9.3 Animal's ribs, musculature, and tail are inscribed.
39.8.2 Inscription painted in red (now missing on a broken piece?) and (retrograde) from satyr's mouth to his foot: KA[L]OS. 2003.21.0014.jpg
39.8.4 Inscription in red, KALO[S] EVQVD[IKOS], and below retrograde, ...EST.... 2003.99.0023.jpg
51.4.7 Nonsense inscription (of 9 letters) between goat and handle-palmette which is purple, white and black. 2006.77.0007.jpg
56.8.8 Graffito: A.D. Ure took this mark to be commercial, but A.W. Johnston suggested otherwise (as a large amount of the vase was otherwise available and more suitable for such marking). 2003.95.0104.jpg
E.23.2 The inscription reads: ‘Offerings which the king shall give to Re-Horakhty, the great god, lord of the sky, so he might give voice offerings of bread, beer, incense, cattle, fowl and everything good and pure for the Ka of the Osiris [i.e. the deceased] Serep, true of voice and his beloved son Irt-Heru, true of voice, revered one before the great god, lord of the sky’. 2007.99.0044.jpg
E.65.10 Incised hieroglyth along the bottom curve of the mirror one one side which says "Great King's daughter of his body, his beloved great hts-sceptre of great sweetness and beloved Henuiti". 2007.01.0179.jpg
L.2011.1.45 'Carthage' and 'cartes choisies detachables detachables views' in gold lettering on the front. On the back also in gold lettering 'Edition speciale du Musee Lavigerie Carthage' 2011.97.0069.jpg
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