Reqaqnah sites 63 & 64: objects

Scope and Content

Image of objects discovered at Reqaqnah, including an alabaster stand a alabaster bowl inscribed with the name of King Seneferu from R64 (top row); a table, alabaster vase and bowl, a diorite and a breccia bowl, two shells and a [bone?] bracelet from R63. Album print labelled 'pl.25', 'R64', 'R63', and 'pl.24'. '99', 'R69', 'A&P', and 'plate' are written on the back of the album print.

Conditions Governing Use

Under copyright until 2026. The digital image is copyright of the University of Liverpool.

Related Material

The objects can be seen it situ in JG/R/2/133 and 137-138. The bowl can also been seen in JG/R/2/134-135.


Published in Garstang, (1904), Tombs of the Third Egyptian Dynasty at Reqaqnah and Bet Khallaf, (Constable, London), pl.24 (bottom half) entitled 'burial deposit, vases and shells, R63' and pl.25 (top half) 'Table and dish of alabaster R64'.