Image of two dark pottery jars inscribed with hieroglyphic inscription (thought to be a forgery) bought at Reqaqnah. Album print labelled 'film 78' and 'bought'. '156', 'bought' and 'A18a' are written on the back of the print.
Reqaqnah: bought pottery vessels
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- ReferenceGB 3431 JG/R/2/148
- Former ReferenceGB 3431 R.162GB 3431 A18a
- Dates of Creation1901-1902
- Physical Description1 developing out paper print (103mm x 124mm)
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Under copyright until 2026. The digital image is copyright of the University of Liverpool.
Illustration of the vases appear in Garstang, (1904), Tombs of the Third Egyptian Dynasty at Reqaqnah and Bet Khallaf, (Constable, London), which states predynastic vases were thought to be real but the hieroglyphic inscription was a forgery.