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Jar sealing impressed with name of Queen Neithhotep

Period:
Early Dynastic Period
Dynasty:
Dynasty 1
Reign:
reign of Aha
Date:
ca. 3100 B.C.
Geography:
From Egypt, Northern Upper Egypt, Naqada, "The Royal Tomb", Garstang excavations 1904
Medium:
Clay (fired)
Dimensions:
H. 6.3 x W. 6 x D. 2.8 cm (2 1/2 x 2 3/8 x 1 1/8 in.)
Credit Line:
Rogers Fund, 1920
Accession Number:
20.2.54
On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 101
Excavated by John Garstang on behalf of Oxford University, 1904. Acquired by the University in the division of finds. Purchased from the Oxford University Expedition to Nubia by the Museum, 1920.

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