Image of 20 small faïence objects from the early Napatan period discovered at site 294. Includes (from top left), a new year ring; plaque inscribed with name of King Malonaqeñ; plaque with representation of a goddess; scaraboid with image of the Theban Amun; inscribed amulet; amulet; cartouche of the name of King Senkamanisken, mounted by a sun disc and tall feathers and flanked by cobras wearing crowns of Egypt; statue of a goddess; fragments of a cartouche containing the name of King Malonaqeñ; statuette of a lion-headed goddess; eye amulet; new year ring; Bes amulet; eye amulet; possible amulet; amulet possibly featuring Horus; amulet in shape of seated goddess. Album print marked '294 M11'.
Meroë site 294: Faïence objects
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- ReferenceGB 3431 JG/M/H/13
- Former ReferenceGB 3431 H.13GB 3431 M.415
- Dates of Creation1911
- Physical Description1 silver gelatine dry plate glass negative (188mm x 124mm)
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Scope and Content
The damaged plaque of King Malonaqeñ (UC44315) is held by the Petrie Museum, University College London.
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The digital image is copyright of the University of Liverpool.
Published in Török, (1997), Meroë City, Vol. 2, pl.117 labelled ‘294-40 = inscr. 56a (top left). 294-41 = inscr. 51 (second row left). 294-42 (top centre); 294-43 =inscr. 41, verso (top right). 294-44 = inscr. 65b (second row right). 294-45 (third row left). 294-46 = inscr.65a (third row second from left). 294-47 (third row second from right). 294-48 inscr. 52 (broken in two fragments, third row right and fourth row right). 294-49 (fourth row left). 294-50 (fourth row second from left). 294-51 (fourth row third from left). 294-52 (fourth row second from right). 294-53 (bottom left). 294-54 (bottom second from left). 294-55 (bottom third from left). 294-56 (bottom third from right). 294-57 (bottom second from right). 294-58 (bottom right). Full description of the objects can be found in Török, (1997), Meroë City, Vol.1, pp.156-157.