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Relief Fragment Depicting Meret-Teti-iyet with Offerings

A work made of limestone.
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  • A work made of limestone.

Date:

First Intermediate Period, Dynasty 10 (about 2025 BCE)

Artist:

Egyptian; Saqqara, offering niche of Meret-Teti-iyet

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Culture

Ancient Egyptian

Title

Relief Fragment Depicting Meret-Teti-iyet with Offerings

Origin

Saqqara

Date

2060 BCE–2025 BCE

Medium

Limestone

Inscriptions

Main Inscription: "The one who is revered before Anubis who is upon his mountain, Meret-Teti-iyet"; Above Man: "A thousand of bread, a thousand of beer, a thousand of oxen, a thousand of fowl, a thousand of alabaster, a thousand of clothing"

Dimensions

71.1 × 61 × 14 cm (28 × 24 × 5 1/2 in.)

Credit Line

W. Moses Willner Fund

Reference Number

1910.224

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