Relief fragment showing a pile of offerings and part of an offering list
- Middle Kingdom
- Dynasty 11
- late reign of Mentuhotep II or later
- ca. 2010–2000 B.C. or ca. 2000–1981 B.C.
- From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, Tomb of Dagi (TT 103, MMA 807), MMA excavations, 1911–12
- Limestone, paint
- H. 46.4 × W. 80.2 cm (18 1/4 × 31 9/16 in.)
- Credit Line:
- Rogers Fund, 1912
- Accession Number:
Originally from the innermost room of Dagi's tomb chapel, this block depicts some of the offerings piled up in front of a large figure of Dagi at his funerary meal: here they consist of joints of meat, a bunch of grapes, figs, a large goose, and the head of an ox. Above the foodstuffs is part of the funerary "menu," a gridded table that lists the various food, drink, and ritual materials necessary for Dagi's mortuary cult.