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Accession_Number E.62.47
adlib_title Egyptian fragment
Shape Fragment
Shape_description This could be part of a pot as the top of the fragment appears to form a lip and the fragment ins curved.
Material Terracotta
Fabric Egyptian
Fabric_description
Munsell_color 2.5YR 6/6
Decoration Raised relief of the head of the goddess Hat-Hor (Cow-eared). Convex surface darker than concave, perhaps a red wash.
Inscriptions Image of Hat-Hor.
Condition The coulouring (perhaps a wash)has worn off in some small patches, particularly around the edges. There are some shallow cracks around the details of Hat-Hor.
Technique/Style
Provenance Deir-el-Bahri (Thebes)
Period New Kingdom: 18 dynasty
Date 1539-1295
Dating_details
Artist
Attribution
Image
2002.98.0164.jpg
2002.98.0164.jpg
Fragment of pottery of goddess Hat-Hor.
2002.98.0165.jpg
2002.98.0165.jpg
Side view of fragment of pottery, of goddess Hat-Hor
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Beazley_DB
Height 10.5 at longest
Diameters 8.7 at widest
Handle_height
Other_dims. Lip is 1.8 in diameter
Location Myth and religion
Edited_by Leigh; Alexandra; Kinsey
Date_edited 02.09.2002; 16.08.2004; 11.01.2006
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