Close-up of a cursive hieroglyphic inscription featuring the name of King Seneferu on a bowl of alabaster discovered in the tomb of Shepses, (site R64), at Reqaqnah. '98', 'R69' and 'plate' are written on back of the album print.
Reqaqnah site 64: inscription to King Seneferu
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- ReferenceGB 3431 JG/R/2/135
- Former ReferenceGB 3431 R.81
- Dates of Creation1901-1902
- Physical Description1 developing out paper print (125mm x 95mm)
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Published in Garstang, (1904), Tombs of the Third Egyptian Dynasty at Reqaqnah and Bet Khallaf, (Constable, London), pl. 25, entitled 'name of King Se-nefer-u inside bowl'