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Accession_Number E.62.11
adlib_title Egyptian
Shape
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Material Wood
Fabric Egyptian
Fabric_description
Munsell_color
Decoration Carved piece from open work rail of furniture, representing the hes vase. The top of the artefact has a carved peg on it while the foot has a lip carve in it, clearly these were used to attatch the artefact to a larger body, there is no pigment.
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Condition Intact if fragmentary, the wood is in good condition although there are some deep grains in the wood.
Technique/Style
Provenance Unknown
Period New Kingdom: 19 dynasty
Date 1295-1187
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Image
2002.98.0224.jpg
2002.98.0224.jpg
Front view of object E.62.10 and E.62.11 (respectively) both wooden representations of Hes Vase.
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2002.98.0971.jpg
2002.98.0971.jpg
Wooden representation of Hes Vase
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2002.98.0973.jpg
2002.98.0973.jpg
Wooden representation of Hes Vase
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Beazley_DB
Height 11.5
Diameters 3.1 at widest
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Other_dims. Max depth: 0.8
Location Household
Edited_by Leigh; Kinsey
Date_edited 26.09.2002; 09.01.2006
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