An Egyptian limestone funerary stele
Second Intermediate Period, 13th-17th Dynasty, circa 1786-1550 B.C.
With a rounded upper edge, a udjat eye carved in relief at the top, now damaged, the upper register carved with four rows of hieroglyphs, the lower with four columns, a figural scene to the bottom left, now missing, inscribed for the deceased, a Chief potter named Gem...... by his brother Sa-Ptah, also a Chief potter, two other Chief potters Sa-ratet? and Ded-Sobek are also mentioned, 11¾in (29.9cm) high, damaged
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