Funerary Cone of the Scribe Amenhotep

New Kingdom

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 117

Used as architectural decoration, funerary cones were arranged along the upper edge of the facades of private tombs at Thebes. This Cone has the impression of a stamp inscribed for a scribe of the offering table named Amenhotep. For a drawing of this impression see, number 593.

Funerary Cone of the Scribe Amenhotep, Pottery

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