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PLATE

1.

WOVEN TAPESTRY BEARING THE PRENOMEN OF AMENOTHES


No. 46526.

II.

SERVICES DES ANTIUIHTKS

|)E

I/EGVPTE.

CATALOGUE GENERAL
DES

ANTIQUITES EGYPTrENNES
DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

''

46001-46529.

THE TOMB OF THOUTMOSIS


BY HOWARD CARTER AND PERCY
E.

IV^

NEWBERRY.

WEST3IINSTER:

ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE AND


2,

CO.,

Ltd.,

WHITEHALL GAEDENS.
1904.

IJ-^

C
15

^^ '^"s

c.

LONDON

HARRISON AND SONS, PRINTERS IN ORDINARY TO HIS HAJKSTY,


ST.

martin's lane, w.c.

CATALOGUE GEXERAL
1KS

ANTiaiTlTES EGYPTIENNE8
DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

THE TOMB OF THOUTMOSIS

IV.

INTRODUCTION.

The Tomb
M.
Davis.

of Thoiitmnsis

IV was discovered early


}'ear
in
it

in

lOOo and opened


Mr.

on the 3rd February of the same


Tlie

at

the expense of
at

Theodore
to

antiquities

found

were

onee

reni(>\ed

the

house of the Service des Antiquites at ^ledinet Habu.


carefull}'

They were then


numbered.

sorted

and

tlie

broken fragments

fitted

together and

catalogue was then

Cairo.

At

tlie

handed
however,

o\'er
is

to

made and the whole collection packed and sent to Museum a representative series of the objects found was The whole collection, Mr. Da\is for American Museums.
in

described
are

the

present

Catalogue

the

objects
;

numbered

40001t0o20
numbers
full
it,

those

retained
refer

by the Cairo Aluseum


the
series

those without

in

the

margin
tlie

to

presented to Mr. Da\is.

account of

discovery of the tomb, together with a description of

a notice of the Life and ^lonuments of the King, and a pajier on the
Characters of the

Physical

mummy

of Thoutmosis lY,

is

published as a

separate \olume.

CONTENTS.

IXTKODICTIOX
C!atal()uue

List of Plate.s

.......... ........... .......


and
iLr.nsTRATioNS

PAOK
vii

145
Uii

Index

PLATE n

46008

46010

460U

46007

46005

#
46015^

FOUNDATION DEPOSITS.

CATALOGUE GENERAL
DES

ANTIQIIITES EGYPTIENNES
DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

THE TOMB OF THOUTMOSIS

IV.

L THE FOUNDATIOX DEPOSITS.


Vase

Arragonite. Height diameter across base m


[1].

-08.

04.

Plan,y!f?.

Diameter Plate IL
\
'

of top
[1].

'05

(-shaped vase, with a vertical hue of hieroglyphs incised upon

its

side giving the

prenomen

of

Thoutmosis IV:

If

^,9.,^

r-?

[Davis Collection.]

Vase

[2].

diameter across base

Arragonite. Height m Diameter m Plan,/(7. Plate


'08. -03.
[1].

of top

"05
;

II. [2].

(-shaped vase, bearing a similar inscriptiou to that of No.

[Davis Collection.]

46001.

Vase

Arragonite. Height m -095. Diameter of top diameter across base Plan, Plate m
[3]. '03. /a7.

m
its

"04

II.

(-shaped
J

vase,

with

vertical

line

of

hieroglj'phs

incised

upon

side

46002.

Vase

[4].

Ai-ragonite.

diameter across
j

Height m Diameter of m Plan, base


-065.
'03.
/!(/.

top

"04

(-shaped vase, hearing a similar inscriptiou to that of No. 4G001.


1

Catal. du, Miuee, u. 46001.

CATALOGUE DU

.MUr^EE

DU CAIKE.
-065.

46003.

Vase

[5].

An-agonite. Height
m
'O-Sn.

Diameter of
Xo. 46001.

toj)

-0.")
;

diameter across base


j

Plan,/!f/.
to that of

-shaped vase, Leariiig a similar inscription

46004.

Saucer [O].
Plan,

Arragonite. Maximum diameter


II.

m -08. L)e})th m -02.


its

/(/.Plate

shallow v_v-shaped saucer, with an incised inscription on one side of


]

rim

G t^^

^
ll

^1
'^Qfj

V-.

Beneath

this

inscription
tliat

can

be

read

another:

TlfoPlJ

'^^

Tll^n'

^'^''^"'"K

the vase had been orighially


it

intended for the tomb of Hatshopsouit, and

tliat

was afterwards re-nsed

tiy

Thoutmosis IV.

Saucer [7].

Arragonite. Maximum diameter


saiicer,

-06.

Depth
on

m
its

'02.

Plan,/:r/.

shallow

KZ^-shaped

with a rout;hlv-incised

inscripticin

rim

[Davis Collection.]

Saucer [8].

Plan,

Arragonite. Maximum diameter

05.

Depth
[7].

m '02.

f.d.

shallow v_^-shaped saucer, bearing a similar inscription to that of No.

[Da^ns Collection.]

46005.

Pebble [9]. Arragonite.


Plan,/(/. Plate
II.

Length

-08. Breadth

-OS.

An

oval-shaped pebble, bearing the following inscrijition written upon

it

in black ink

46006.

Pebble [10]. Arragonite. Length


Plan,/r7.

-03.

Bieadth

-05.

An

oval-shaped pebble, bearing a similar inscription to that of Xo. 46005.


is ^'ery faint.

The

inscription

46007.

Model Chisel
blade

[ll].
;

Bronze
flat

blade with

wooden handle.

"04

length of handle

'Oo.

Leugtli
II.

of

Plan, /(/.Plate

small model chisel, Avith

bronze blade and wooden handle of round section.

Till-:

FOINDATIOX DEPOSITS.
blade with wooden
handle.

46008.

Model Chisel
hiade

I2j.
|

Bronze

Length
II.

of

'00

length of handle
flat liron/.e lilade

-O.S. Plan, /.cZ. Plate


of

A small
46009.

model

chisel,

with

and wooden handle

round

section.

Handle of
PLin. /.W.

Model

Chisel [13]. Wood. Length

m u.
black ink

Handle

of a

model

chisel,

with

tlie

following inscription written upon

it in

46010.

Model

Axe

breadth U
Model
axe

Bronze. Length blade [14]. ()4.P]an,/(/. Plate II.


iu

ni

-05. Maximum

blade,

bronze, with

the

fijllowiug

iu.scription

incised

upon

it

IICAEISV
46011.

Model

Axe blade

[15].

Bronze. Length
II.

-05. Maximum

breadth

-04.- Plan, /!</. Plate

jVIodel a.Ke blade, in bronze, similar to

No. 4G010,

l)ut

without inscription.

46012.

Model

Axe blade [16]. Bronze. Length

-05.- Maximum

breadth
Model axe

-04. Plan,/(/.

blade, in bronze, similar to No. 46010, bnt without inscription.

46013.

Blade of a Model Adze [17]. Bronze. Length m -02. Plan, /'.r/.


()

-06.- Breadtli

Blade for model adze, uninscribed.

46014.

Handle of a Model Adze [18]. Wood. Length


Plate
II.

m -is.- Plan,/.cZ.
incised

Handle

of

model

adze,

with

the

following

inscription

upon

it:

46015.

Model

Brick-Mould
-0(35.- Plan,/c/.

[19]. Wood.Length

-135. Breadth

m
side

Plate

II.

Model brick-mould, composed


is

of four strips of

wood d ovetailed
:
|

together.

Upon one

roughly incised the following inscription

J (^_^^_^J ^ ^^, \^^-

CATALOGUE DU MUSfiE DU CAIRE.

46016.

Model Brick-Mould [20]. Wood Length


Plan,/c/.

-l

7. Breadth

-08.

Model brick-mould,

similar to No. 46015.

46017.

Finger

Ring

[21].

Blue

glazed

faieuce.

Diameter

-017.

Plan,/f/.

A
46018.

plain blue glazed faience finger-ring, \vithout bezel.

Cartouche-shaped
U

Plaque

[22].

Blue
the

glazed

laience.

Length
IV

-02. Plan,

f.d.
plaque,

small cartouche-shaped

bearing

prenomen

of

Thouthmosis

Ce^i! ]46019.

Cartouche-shaped

Plaque

[23].

Blue
46018.

glazed

faience.

Length

m
A
46020.

-02. Plau,/c/.
N"o.

small cartouche-shaped plaque, similar to

Plaque [24]. Blue glazed faience. Length Plan,/d

Om

-02. Width

Om

-015.

A
46021.

small plaque, with a kneeling ibex modelled in

relief

upon

its

upper surface.

Plaque [25]. Blue glazed faience. Length

m
;

-02.- Plan,/rf.
modelled in
relief

small plaque in the shape of a lion's head.

Flat below

upon

its

upper surface.

46022.

Plaque [26]. Blue glazed faience. Length

m
;

-O-I.FX-An, f.d.

small plaque in the shape of a

calf's

head.

Flat below

modelled in

relief

upon

its

upper surface.

46023.

Plaque [27].Blue glazed faience. Length

-02.- Plan,/c?.

A
46024.

small plaque, similar to No. 46022.

Plaque [28].Blue glazed faience. Length

-02.- Plan./c?.
relief

small plaque, in the shape of a


surface, flat below.

human hand

modelled in

upon

its

upper

46025.

Plaque

[29].

Blue glazed

faience.

Length

-02.

Plan,/d

small plaque, similar to No. 46024.

THE FOUNDATION
46026.

DEPOSITS.

Plaque [30]. Blue glazed faience. Length

-02. Plan, /d

A
46027.

small plaque, similar to No. 46024.

Plaque [31]. Blue glazed faience. Length

m 02. 'Plan, J.d.

A
46028.

small plaque, similar to No. 46024.

Plaque [32]. Blue glazed faience. Length

-025.- Plan,

f.d.
in

small plaque, having on


relief
;

its

upper surface a flying pin-tailed duck modelled

flat

below.

46029.

Plaque [33]. Blue glazed faience. Length

-025. Plan,

f.d.

A
46030.

small plaque, similar to No. 46028.

Plaque [34]. Blue glazed faience. Length

-023.- Plan,

f.d.

A
46031.

small plaque, in the shape of a bivalve shell

slightly rounded above, flat below.

Plaque [35]. Blue glazed faience. Length

-023.- Plan,

f.d.

A
46032.

small plaque, similar to No. 46030.

Plaque [36]. Blue glazed faience.Length

-023.- Plan,

f.d.

A
46033.

small plaque, similar to No. 46030.

Plaque [37]. Blue glazed faience.Length

-025. Plan,

f.d.
flat

small plaque, in the shape of a lotus-flower


below.

modelled in low

relief above,

46034.

Plaque [38]. Blue glazed faience. Height

-025.- Plan,

f.d.

A
46035.

small plaque, similar to No. 46030.

Plaque [39]. Blue glazed faience. Height

-015. Plan,

f.d.

small oblong plaque

rounded above,

flat

below.

CATALOGUE

DTj

MUSfiE DU CAIKE.

2.

THE CAXOPIO JARS AND THEIR BOX.


Canopic Jar [l]. Limestone. Height Ora ir.Chamber 4. Plate III [1].

Om

'SUS.

Maximum diameter
full
wit;-.

LUl of jar, carved


^\'e^
iinxlellecl,

in the

form

of a

Iminau

lieail

wearing a
irides of

The

face

is

and the e^'ehrows, eyelashes and

the eyes are

painted

in black.

Jar, of the u.sual rounded


hierogl}'phs running

ft)rni,

hollowed out inside and with a vertical column of

down

the front.

The hieroglyphs are


by

incised, coloured blue,

and divided from

tlie

rest of the jar

vertical incised lines, also coloured bine.

The
The

inscription reads:

j"!

Hf^^YrA^'^-^is

lid is

perfect
fair.

the jar itself

liroken into five pieces.

Technique,

[Davi.s Collection.]

46036.

Canopic Jar

[2].

Om
Tyid

-18.

fJhamber

Limestone. Height
4.
1].

39.

Maximum

diameter

of jar, similar to that of the preceding [No.

Jar, similar to that of the preceding, but with the follownig inscription incised upon

it

The

lid is perfect
fair.

the jar itself

is

broken into several

pieces.

Technique,

46037.

Canopic Jar of the Prince Amenemhat [3]. Limestone. Height m -35. Maximimi diameter Om -15. Chamber 4. Plate IH.

Lid of jar, carved in the form


parallel vertical lines.

of a

human head wearing


The
hair of the wig

a full
is

wig and

' false

beard, the latter painted blue.

emphasised by incised

The

face is

well-modelled, and the eyebrows, eyelashes and

irides of the eyes are painted in black.

Jar, of the usual rounded form, hollowed out in the inside and with an inscription of

four vertical lines of hieroglyphs, divided from the rest of the jar by vertical and
horizontal incised lines, forming a panel.
blue.

The hieroglyphs are

incised

and coloured

The

inscription reads

The

lid is perfect

the jar itself

is

broken into several

pieces.

Technique, good.

PLATE m.

CO

<

o
I

THE CANOPIC JARS AND THEIR


46038.
Canopic Jar of the Prince

BOX.

Amenemhat

[4]. Limestone.
4.

m
Lid of jar,

"375.

Maximum diameter

Height

'IG.

Chamber

.similar Lo that of the

preceding Xo.

4G0.')7.

Jar, sLinikir to that of the preceding No. 4U0o7, but with the following inscription
incised

upon

it

^
The

11 <mil>

11
;

-IrJ-

/W^.ftA

-jjj

/-/s./V/\A

"n

^ a^

^>

lid is perfect

the jar itself

is

liroken intu several pieces.

Technique, good.

Canopic Jar of the Prince

Amenemhat
'IS.

[5]. Limestone.
4.

Om

"38.

Maximum diameter Om
to that of Xo. 46037.

Height
it

Chamber

Lid of jar, similar

Tar, similar to that of No. 46037, but with

tlie

following inscription incised upon

The

lid is

perfect

the jar

is

liroken into several pieces.

Teciixjque, good.
[Davis Collection.]

46039.

Canopic Jar of the Prince

Amenemhat
'155.

[G].

Om

'38.

Maximmn diameter Om
to that of
3,

Chamber

Limestone. Height
4.
it:

Lid of jar, similar

No.

3.

Jar, similar to that of No.

but with the following inscription incised upon

The

lid is perfect

the jar

is

broken into several

pieces.

Technique, good.

46040.

Fragments of Canopic Jars of the Princess Thent-amen


Arragonite.

[7].

Chamber
line
of

4.

Several small pieces of the lids of these jars were found; they were

human -headed,
.jars

and beautifully sculptured.


following
vertical

piece of the

body

of

one of these

bears the

hieroglyphs, uicised

but not coloured:

J]-^s>-l^^

(Ci

A^^/\A ill

Technique, very good.

CATALOGUE DU MUSfiE DU CAIRE.

46041.

Fragments of a
Chamber
4.

box

for

Canopic

Jars [8]. Arragonite.

large

number

of small

fragments of an alabaster (arragonite) box for canopic jars

was found, and some


sufficient evidence to

of these

were inscribed.

Unfortunately, these pieces were

too fragmentary to permit of their being

fitted together,

but from them we gain


to the one

assume that the box was similar in shape


(see Daressy,

found

in the

tomb

of

Amenophis II

Fouilhs de

la vallie des rois, in Catalogue

gifiiral des

Antiqmt^s Egypticnnes de musde du Caire, No. 5029, PL

L).

PLATE

JV.

46042.

MAGICAL FIGURES

THE FOUR MAGICAL FIGURES.

3.

THE FOUR MAGICAL FIGURES.


^

46042.

The Magical Figure of the Northern Wall [i]. Painted Wood


with pedestal
of sun-baked clay.

Dimensions of pedestal.

Heiglit

Height
m
'Oo.

of figure

Length
in

m m

"ISo.
"157.

Width

072.-^Chaml)er

4. Plate IV.
a windinLi; sheet.

Figure carved in the form of a linman luunnny swathed


face
is

The

Ijeautifiilly

modelled, and painted yellow, with eyelirows and eyelashes


lines,

emphasized by black
head
is

the eyes by white pupils and black irides.

Upon the
is

a long wig coloni'ed black,

and the winding sheet. over


is

tlie

body

painted

white.

The

figure

is

represented standing, and

fixed liy a
is

wooden peg

into the

Pedestal of sun-baked clay.


^
i:^

On

the front of the pedestal

painted in white the word

,
I

while

<jn

the upper surface, immediately before the feet of the figure, are

six horizontal lines of hieroglyphs giving the magical text of the Bool- of the

from Chapter CLI

{d)

Bend -.

Technique,

^-cry good.

46043.

Pedestal of the Magical Flame - of the Southern Wall [2]. Sun-baked clav. Height m -0.3. Lenoth m -16. Width

Om

-085.

Chamber

4.

Pedestal of sun-baked clay.

On

the front of

it

is

painted in white the word Xz

while on

its

upper surface, immediately before a hole in which the magical flame

was

fixed, are six horizontal lines of hieroglyphs, giving the following text
(/') of the

from

Chapter CLI

Bool of the Dead ;

that the figiu-e Vol.


=

Apparently of date-)ialm wood, thus agreeing with the rubric given in the pap.vri, which also states is to be seven fingers high. See Naville, in the Proceedings of the Soekty of Biblical Archaology,
p.

XXV,

108. in the papyri, the flame

According to the rubric given


Ci.itoJ.

was a torch made

of nua-veeAs.
2

du

Mv.sse, n.

46001

10

CATALOGUE DU MUSfiE DU CAIKE.

46044.

The Magical Jackal of the Eastern Wall


painted.

[3].-14.

Suu-baked clay

Height

of figure to

ti^a

of ear

Dimensions

of

m -O-l^. Length m pedestal Height in niche in left-hand end cohimn (Found Chamber 4. Plate IV.
Tlic
Fiijtn-c of
tlie

-285. Width

ni "085

untouelied.)

jackal

is

represented

lyin;j;

down, with
its

its

furelegs stretclied in

front,

head and ears


is

erect,

and

tail

curled round

right side.

The modelling

of

the animal

exquisite,

and

the figure appears to


It is

have been painted grey,

witli

pupils of the eyes white and irides black.


Pedestal,

modelled directly on the top of the

which has been broken into three

pieces.^
liefore

On
tlie

the front of

it

is

painted

in wliite the

word %

^
>

aiid

immediately

paws

of the jackal

were

six horizontal lines of hieroglyphs painted in wliite,

giving the magical text from


text only
tlie

Chapter CLT

{(j)

of

the Bool- of the


:

Dead.

Of

this

fallowing

hieroglyphs have

lieen preserved

Technique, very

fine.

46045.

Pedestal of the Magical Ded~ of the Western Wall [4]. Sunbaked clay. Height m -038. Length m -158.- Width m -073.

Chamber

4.

Pedestal of sun-baked clay.

On

the front of

it is

painted in white the word

ft"^ "^i

while on

its

upper surface, immediately before the holes in which the magical


hieroglyphs painted in wliite, gi^ing the

Bed was

fixed, are eight horizontal lines of

following text

from Chapter CLI

(c) of

the Boejk of the

Dead:

front piece is not shown in the photogra)ih given in Plate YIII, 3. According to the rubric given in the papyri, this Ikd had to be made of "crystal," the branches which were to be of "gold." This would have made it a valuable object, and probably accounts for having disappeared from the tomb.
1

The

of
its

PLATE

V.

46049.

46066.

46046.

46069.
46055.

^-' <

^^--.X:^

ft

46065

46047.

WOODEN STATUETTES.

niK AVOODEN

FKJl'KES.

46046.

I THE WOODEN FIGURES. Wood coated Hei^lit Statuette


|

l].

wltli

hituineii.

(I

in

(]{).

Clianiher

4. Plate V.
weariii|j;
llic ci-nwii
lii-(jad

SUiluette of the king


loiu-eloth

nf

Lower
TIk-

Ej;yi)t,

;i

false licard,

ami the

.ijicii/i

suspended hy a
is

lirll.

tinure

is

shown
leg

slinhtlv
is

heiidiiig

fovwavd, the left foot


liehind, the toes

fiat

njion the unmiid


llie

and the right

stretchc(l out

only lieing on
if
if

groiinil.

'{"he left

arm
liy

is streteli('(l

out in front

of tlie figure as

in

the attitude of liolding an


a,

enemy

the

hair, vviiile

the right

arm
i'.adiy

is

raised as

in tlie act of striking witli


left

uiaee or hattle-axe.
elliow, tlie left leg
llic sliin. Init

mutilated.

The

arm

is

wanting hidow the

hrlow

tiio

knee.
piece
is

The

riglit leg is

liroken across aliout half

way down

the lowci-

not sliown in

tin' jihotograjili

(Plate \).
is lost.

Tlie l)ase on wliich the statuette

was standing

46047.

Statuette [2]. Wood


(Iianil)er
Statuette of
loin-clotli.
th(^

coated

with

liittimeii. Height

Om

m;!.^

4. Plate V.
king wearing
figure
is
th(_'

crown

of

Upper Egypt, and


at the side

clad in a

sliort,

plain
leg

The

represented in the attitude of walking, with

tlie left

thrust forward.
elhovv as
if tlie

The

right

arm hangs down


away and

the left

is

raised from the

liand held a sceptre.


Tlie face is liroken
a,

Bailly m\itilateil.

piece of the left leg

is

wanting.

The base

(in wliicli tlie

statuette

was standing

is lost.

46048.

Statuette

[3].

Wood
hgure
is

coated

with

liitumen.

Height

in

CI.
ami the
left

Found

in

the well.
tlie

Statuette of the king wearing


>iJii-n/i

crown

of

Lower Egypt,

a false heard,

garment.

Tlie

represented in the attitude of walking, with the

leg thrust forward.

The

right

arm hangs down

at the side; the left

is rai.seil

from

the elliiiw as

if

a sceptre was held in the hand.

Badly mutilated.
leg
is

The

left leg is

broken across the middle of the shin, and the right

missing lielow the knee. on whicli


tlie

The

liase

statuette

was standing

is lost.

46049.

Statuette
forehead

[4].

ni "29.

Wood coated with Intunien. Height Ghaml)er Plate V.


4.
left

of figure

to

Statuette of the king wearing the same insignia and represented in the same nttitude
as Xo. 4(i04S.

Badly

nuitilated.

The

arm

is

wanting from the elbow

the left side of the face

is

broken away, and the top of the crown of Lower Egypt

is

broken and wanting.

The wooden
length

iiedestal is pre.served; its

dimensions are:
"

Height

Om -03, breadth m
9

Otj.'i,

'LS.").

1-'

CATALUCIUE DT

Ml',Sl';i!:

DV

C'AIKE.

46050.

Statuette
foreliead
Statuette
(if

[r>].
(I

Wood
"295.

coated

Avitli

l)itumen.

Height

of figure to

rjlianil)er 4.
tiie

the king reiireKeiiteil in

same attilmle as Nn. 46048,

Init

wearing; tlie

enivvu of
liaiUy

Upper Eyvpt.
Tlie
left

mutilated.

aim

is

miyying from the elhow, ami Ihr

left

fool

is

wanting.

One

side of the

wooden

jiedestal

is

pieser\ed.

The dimensions are:

Heiglit

'03,

length

-ISo.

46051.

Two arms
of

of a Statuette [r.].~Wood coated with hitmuen. Lengtli


in "2o5.
a

arm

(I

Cliainher

4.

Two arms from

standing statuette of the king.


figure.

The The

right

arm
is

is sIkjwii

as
if

if it

had

heen hanging down at the side of the


held a sceptre.

left

arm

raised as

the hand

In

fair preservation.

46052.

Fragments of the
liitiimen.-(

left
4.

arm

of a Statuette [7]. Wood coated

A\ith

'handier

Fragments

of the left

arm

of a statuette of the king, similar to

ISTo.

4G0ol, and of ahout


the hand had heeii

the same proportions.

The arm

is

raised from the elliow as

if

holding a

.sceptre.

46053.

Fragments of a Statuette
LeuL-'th of face

[8],

Wood
Om

coated
"08.

witli

liitumen.
4.

from fuehead to chin


face,

C'liamher

Seven fragments of the


wearing a linen
(?)

arms and

feet of a statuette of the king.

He

is

shown

head-dress wrapped tightly across the forehead and falling

behind the ears on to the shoulders.

To the chin was attached a

false beard.

Badly mutilated.

46054.

Fragments of a Statuette
of

[9].

Wood coated
4.

witli

hitumen. Lengtli

thmnh

m
fine.

-tO. C'liamher
hand and

Four fragments

of the

feet of a large statuette of the king.

Technique, very

46055.

Statuette [10].Wood coated with liitumen. Height Chamljer 4. Plate V.


Statuette of the king, represented in
falling o\'er the shoulders
hole, doubtless for fixing

-54.

the form of a
breast.

mummy

wearing a long
is

wig-

and the

On

the top of the head

a narrow

cm the doulile-feathered crown.

Badly mutilated.

The

face is

wanthig

the body has been eliipped in places and

a piece broken away from the

left side.

The

feet also are missing.

Technique, poor.

THE WdODKN

l.'IGURES.

]:5

Statuette

[ll].

Wood

coated

with

bitiiiniMi.

lleii^lit

in

-54.

Found
Statuette
cif

in debris

outside the toinb.


similar to Xu. 4G055.
anil
li'fl

the

kiiii;.

Badly nmtilaled.
[Davis Collection.]

Face

side [lartly decayed away.

46056.

Statuette [12]. Wood coated with


Cnian.her
4.

hi tunien.

^Height

ni

-jG.

Statxiette of tlie kini;, similar to

X(.i.

4(J(J5">.

Badly mutilated.

Fai-e

waiitiiig.

46057.

Face of a Statuette

[13].

Wood coated with


puj^iils

liitumen.

C'lianihet-

4.

Face of a statuette, with eyes painted white,

Mack and eyelmnvs

ureen.

From
to

the size of

tlie face,

the dimensions of the statuette nnist have been sinular

No. 4G055.

46058.

Statuette

[14].

Wood
of

coated

with

bitumen. -Heio-ht

ni

-35.

Clianiher A.
Statuette, in
tail

the form

of hair at the urteus,

hack of the head.


the front of

munnny, wearing the royal head-dress with twisted Uver the forehead are tlie remains of a
the figure
is

gilt

and

d(n\n

a vertical eolunni of incised

Ineroglyphs giving the prenomen of Thoutmosis TV:


Mutilated.

11

(o t^i^

llll :|i|;v^.

Feet wanting.

46059.

Statuette

[15].

Wood
m
'285.

coated with l)itumen.

Height

from chin to

bottom of
Statuette, in
vertical

feet

Chamber

4.

the form of

a ro^'al naunniy.

Down

the front of

the

figure

is

a
:

colunni of incised hieroglvphs givinu the prenomen of Thoutmosis

IV

o
Mutilated.

III

Head, crown and

feet

wanting.

46060.

Statuette [16]. Wood coated with bitumen. Height


Chamljer
4.

-28.

Statuette, in the form of a

mummy,
a

similar to Xo.

4605 S, but
incised

inscril)ed

down

the

front

of

the

figure

with

vertical

column

of

hieroglvphs

reading

Badly mutilated.

Face and

feet

wanting.

14

CATALOGUE
Statuette Cluunber
[l
4.

I)U

Ml'SEE DU CAIRE.
liituinen.- -Hei>;ht

46061.

7]. Wood coated with

Om

:n 5.

Statuette, in the
r(i\v
111'

f(jriii

of a imiiiniiy,

wearing a

full

wig

eniliiii;

liehiml in

a,

ln-oad

plaits.

Over the forehead are the remains

of a gilt

ura-iis,

and ddwn the

front of the figure are traces of an incised inscri]ition giving the jn-cncjiucn nf

ThontniOsis IV.
MutilateiL

Eight arm liroken away.

46062.

Statuette
Chainl)er

[l
4.

8]. Wood coated with liitumen.Heiolit

-28.

Statuette, in the Inrm of a nuuiimy, similar to Xo. 4G061, hut with a necklace in

vellow painted nnr


In
fair preservation.

tlie

bitumen, and witli eyes and eyebrows nutlined

in ycllnw.

46063.

Statuette

[I'J].

Wood
m

coated with bitumen.

forehead to

cliin

'Ooo.

Chamber

Length

of face from

4.

Statuette, similar to No. 46058, with traces of an inci.sed inscrijil ion


if

down

the front

the fi'. fiunre

1
legs

--^v^'^v--

Mntilatcd.

The

and

feet are

wanting helnw the knees.

46064.

Statuette

[20].

Wood

coated

with bitumen. Heigiit

2'J5.

Found

in the sarcophagus.

Statuette, in the form of a

mummy,

wearing a close-fitting cap nv short wig.

Down

the front of the figure

is

an incised inscription beginning:

fjQi^^^^.

Badly nmtilated.
a piece of

The

face

and right

side of the

head are wanting; the right arm,

tlie left leg,

and buth

feet are missing.

46065.

Statuette

[21].

Wood
solid

coated witli bitumen.


feet.
4.

the tip of ear to sole of

Chamber Plate Y.
She
is

Height

'oO

from

Statuette of the goddess Sekhemet.


wig,

represented with lion head, wearing long

and seated on a

wooden chair

of the usual [7|-type.

^lutilated.

Base or pedestal wanting.


fair.

Technique,

THE WOODEN FIGURES.

15

46066.

Panther
to rumj)

[--].
1

Wood coated with bitumeu. Length m Chamber Plate V.


'06.
4.

from tip of nose

Statuette, carved to represenl a prowling pauther. with two womleii pegs [)rojecting

from the back, and presumably lielouging


furniture.

to

a throne

or

some other piece

of

Mutilated.

The

left

fore-leg, right liind-leg

and part

of tail are wanting.

Base or

pedestal missing.

Techxique, very

tine.

46067.

Head of a Bird

[23].

of bealc to back of head

Wood coated with bitumen.Lengtli from m Chamber


"105.
4.

tip

Head

of a bird of uncertain species.

46068.

Goose

[24].

breast

Wood coated with bitumen. Length Found the sarcophagus.


"oO.

fix)m tip of tail to

in

Model

of a goose,

with carved neck.


pieces.

Mutilated.

Broken into three


fair.

Legs and part of neck wanting.

Technique,

46069.

Head of a Cow [25]. Wood


Chamber
Head
4.

painted yellow. Height


lid.

42.

Found beneath sarcophagus Plate V.


wood and painted
yellow.

of a cow, carved in

Mutilated.

The

horns, which were perhaps of metal, are wanting, and both eyes have

been chipped out, proliably in order to remove some metal inlay.

Techmque,

"ood.

16

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

5.

STONE VASES.

46070.

Fragments of a Vase[l].
Chamber
Two
4.

Diorite.

Maximum

diameter

-20.

fragments of the lower part of a ([^-sbaped vase.

Uuinscrilied.

46071.

Fragments of a Vase
diameter across mouth
Fragments
of a

[2].

Diorite.

-15.

Chaml)er
Inscrilied

Maximum
4.

diameter

-21

Y-s"naped vase.
(

on

tlie

bowl with the prenoiueu

of

Thoutmosis lY written vertically:

^..i??,,^

46072.

Fragments of a Vase [3]. Diorite. Diameter maximum diameter m 'l.So. Chamber 4.

across

mouth

09

Fragments

of

X J-shaped

\'ase.

Inscrilied
m^,,^

on
'

tlie

howl with the prenonien of

Thoutmosis lY written horizontally:

11.

46073.

Fragments

of a

Vase
4.

[4].

Diorite. Diameter

across

mouth

m
Fragments

-KJo. Chamlier
of a

T T-shaped

vase.
:

Inscribed on the neck with the prenomen of


|

Thoutmosis lY written vertically

.^,

^^<f^l

46074.

Fragments of a Vase

[5].

Diorite.

Diameter

across

mouth

m
Fragments

-09.

Chamber

4.

of a 'T

j-shaped

vase.

Inscribed on the bowl with the prenonien of


T

ThoutmOsis lY written vertically

f^^ ^^

46075.

Fragments of a Vase
Fragments

[6].

Diorite.

Chamber

4.

of a flat-bottom vase of doubtful shape.

46076.

Fragment of a Vase
Fragment
of the

[7].

Greeu

stone.

Chamber

4.

round

liowl of a vase of doubtful shape.

STONE VASES.

u
across moutli
in -125.

46077.

Fragment of a Vase [8]. Diorltt-. ^Diameter

Chamljer
Fragment
of tlie

4.

upper part oF a "T

Y-sliaped vase.

46078.

Fragment of a Vase [9]. Diorite. Diameter


Chamber
Lower part
of a
."!.

of

base

in

-002.

X^/ -shaped

v ane.

46079.

Fragments of a Vase [10].Diorite. Diameter


Chamber
Two
4.

of base

m -w.

pieces of the base of a

t3 -siuiped vase.

46080.

Fragments of a Vase [ll]. CrystaUine limestone. Diameter


])(>\vl
111

of

-21.

Chamber
T f

4.

Five fragiueiits of a vase in crystalUne limestone, with the


incised upiai
it
:

laviiouieii of Thcaitmosis
tlie

IV

O [i^^^]

1 If.

On

the right-liaud side of

cartouche

the word

ii^

J|g is v.-ritten in

black

46081.

Fragments of a Vase
moutli
(I

[12].

(>".

Cliamber

Crvstalline
4.
tlie

Hmestoue.

Diameter across
limestone.
is

Two
is

fragments of the

lip,

neck and handle of a

\-ase in crystalline

Tlie

li[i

thin and [irojects considerably over

neck, the upjier part of which

ornamented

by two modelled bands running round

it.

The handle

is riblied.

46082.

Fragments of a Vase [13]. Anaoonite.


Fragmentsof a vaseinscribeil with the ])renonien
(incised vertically).
^

Chamber
:

4.

(if

Thoutmosis n'
tlie

,,,9,,^

^1

||

On

tlie

right-liaml

side of

cart(juclie

are

the

words

ft

written in black ink.

46083.

Fragment of a Vase
Fragment
is

[14].

Arragonite. Cliamber
16
\l incised
uiion '
it.

4.

of

a vase, with the words

Tlie

word

ll'^ l>;<' 1)211 ^ic

written in black ink near the incised signs.

46084.

Fragment of a Vase
Fragment
of a vase,

[15J.

Arragonite. Chamber
and
tlie

4.

with remains

of a hamlle,

word

\^

K\ written

u[ioii

it

in black ink.
Cufal. clu ilusee, a. 4G001.

18

CATALOGUE DU MUSliE DU CAIKE.

46085.

Fragments of a Vase [iG].AiTagonite. Chamber


Fraomeiit
of

4.

a
'1

vase,

with

the

preiiomen

of

Thoutmosis IV incised
side
of

upon

it:

'1tr ?7^,,
the letter

^
D

(written vertically).

On

the right-liand

the cartouche

is

written in black ink.

(This latter inscription

may

be restored

46086.

Fragment of a Vase [i7].AiTagonite. Chamber


Fragment
near
of a

4.

vase, with

dT

incised

upon

it,

and the words

L^

written

it in lilack ink.

46087.

Fragment of a Vase [i8].^AiTagonite. Chamber


Fragment
of

4.

a vase, inscribed with the prenomen and nonien of


'" ''"' '"'^ ''

Amenophis
'^

11:

iOlD ^ CoSl'-

"" ""'""'"" " """"'

""'

ink the word fzll y


-I

(I

1 1

46088.

Fragment of a Vase
Fragment
of a vase,

[l!)].Arragonite. Chamber

4.

with the pi-enomen and nornen of Amenoiihis II incised upon

it:

^^rol^ilS^fP^"^^!lilack ink tlie

"n

tlie

riglit

of

the cartouche

is

written in

word

)l

"fwl

46089.

Fragment of a Vase [20]. Arragonite.


Fragment
of a vase, witli the

Chamber
II incised

4.

prenomen

of

Amenophis

upon

i^

|I(

G
J

46090.

Fragment of a Vase
Fragment
of a vase,

[121].

Arragouite. Chamber
inscription incised

4.

with the

f(jll(.)wing

upon

it

46091.

Fragment of a Vase
Fragment
of

[22]. the

Arragonite. Chamber
prenomen
of

4.

vase,

with

Amenophia

II

incised

upon

it

lICilEi]-

STONE VASES.

li>

46092.

Fragment of a Vase
Fragiueiit of a vase, with
tlie

[2:3].

~ Anaoonite.iiniueii nf

Clianil)fr

4.

prenomeii ami

Thnuiuiosis

IH

imiscil

uimn

:t

46093.

Fragment of a Vase
Fragiiieul of a

[-'4j.

Aiiai;()uitL. Cluuuher
tlie

4.

y-shaiieil vase, with

iirenonieu of Thoiiliiiosis

IV

inoiseil

ii]inii

it:

46094.

Fragment of a Vase [23]. Anauouite.


Fragment
of a vase,

Chamlief

4.

with the fulldwiug

inseriiitiuu incised ujioii it:

[A

large nuniljer of small

ami

uiiinscriheil

fragments of arragonite vases were also

fonml.

lull

none of them enuld he

fitted togetlier.]

-iO

CATALOGUE UV MUSKE DU CAIRE.

6,

ARTICLES

(JF

FUPJITURE. ETC.
(

Panel from the side of a Throne [i].


lieiglit
[]

edai-

wood.

Cm
1((].

"25

minimum

leui;tli

22.

Chamber

4.

Maximum Plate YT
Ijoth siu-faces

and

Panel from the side of a


in

tlinnie.

with scenes and inscriptions carved on

low

relief.

Ohvcrsc.

In

tlie

centre

is

a figure of Tliontniosis
sign.

IV

facing , seated on a throne,


tiie

which
away.

rests

on the

r^j

The

uji^ier

part of
Ivilt,

liead of the Iving is liroken


tlie

The

figure is sliown chid in a pointed


lie

and aionnd

neck

is

a hroad
|

necklace.

In his right hand

holds the

tlail

or fly-tlap, in

tiie left

the

-sceptre.

Ahove

liini,

in a cartouche, is his

prononien

otii^^ij.

liefore liini stands a

figure of tlie lion-headed goddess

-^^

'--'

Urt-hekau, facing -^, represented

clad in

a long, plain, tight-fitting garment, and wearing a long wig and l)road

necklace.

the forehead.
in the

Upon lier head is the solar (h'sc, witli pendent urams hanging down over Her left arm is upraised, the hand spread liefore the king's face, as if attitude of hlessing liini. The right arm is lient from the elhow, so tiiat tlie
to the left lireast, anil in tliis

hand reaches up
her
is

hand she

liolds tlie

V-sigu.

Beliind

(1) a g -sign reacliing


of
I.

from the top


:

to

bottom
jj
(j

of the panel,

and

(2), a vertical

column
I

hieroglyphs,

reading
is

"}^

l|

<2>-

<=>

^ V\

J^

^^^
In his

|||

Behind the king

a standing

fiy;ure

of the Iliis-headed god Tahuti,


riiiht liand

facing <, wearing a short

kilt,

long wig, and hroad necklace.

he holds out hefore


his left,

liini

.i

-sign reaching from top to bottom of the panel, and in


to his left breast,

which
''

is raised

up
]
I

he holds the V-sign.

Above

liim

is

his

name, ..^

= ^ v37
.

Ht
'-yiX

Bevcrse.

Thoutmosis IV, as a human-headed lion, with liawk's wings, and tail upraised, The facing w-^, treads Ijeneatli his feet the bodies of his fallen Asiatic enemies.
inscriptions in front

and over the back of the sphinx record

(1) the king's names,

ijcsi]SiS]Afi^^2r:isiiiPt!iii.
(2)

the

name
,

of

the

goddess

Uazyt,

^i'l^flf]'

'''')

e^ iii^^'

'^"''

'"^^

the last two inscriptions lieing descriptive of the scene.

PLATE

VI.

[IJ

m
WOODEN PANEL.

PLATE VH

i
try'

^^

;'
'.

^^^'^' (is

[2]

^^sc^i

I;

IT

[2A]

WOODEN PANEL

AKTK'LES OF FUrAITlKK. KTC.


Technique
pinned
:

21

The panel
wooden
:

is

luaile oi thin pieces of

cedar woud dovetailed together aud

willi

pegs.
iuti.i

The cutting
fi\e pieces

of the figures

and hieroglyphs
in places.

is

excellent.

Pkeservatiox

ISrokeu

and hadly chi]>ped

[Davis Collection.]

Panel from the side of a Throne


heie'ht
in "25
'2a].
;

[2

J.

Cedar

wood.
4.

miniiuuni

lieiiiht

-22.

Chamber
on

Maxinmm Plate VII

2
I

aud

I'anel

from the side of throne, with scenes and


relief.

iuserii)tions carveil

lioth surfaces in

low

Ohvrsc.

In the centre
rests

is

a figure of Thouluiosis IV, facing m-^, seated on a ihrone,

which

on the 'j^^-s'g'i-

Upon
To

his
liis

head hf wears the crown of Lower Egy]it,


chin
is

with ura-us over the fijrehead.

attached a false heard, around his


is

neck

is

a hroad necklace, and girding his loins In his right hand he holds a
I ( ;^"\
flail,

a short

kilt,

ornamented with
|

parallel lines.

in his left the


"''

-sceptre

aljove

him

is

his

name,
|

^
a

if-

'''

*'^'""'

''""' ^'^'-^'A "*"**

stands the

lion-headed goddess
fitting

^^*

rrt-[hekau], represented in a long, jdain, tight-

garment, and wearing a long wig ami Inroad necklace.

solar disc, with

pendent

urffius

hanging dcjwn over the forehead.

upraised as

if

iu the attitude of hlessing the king.

Upon her head is the Her right arm is The left arm is hent from the

elhow, so that the hand reaches up to the left hreast, and in this hand she IkjUIs the

sign.

Behind her was a

| -sign, reaching
is

from the top to the liottom of the

panel, Imt only the tip of this sign

preserved.

Behind the king


;

is

a lotus-leafis

shaped

fan,

with papyrus-shaped handle and Q-ring at end T'

helow this

a vertical
is

line of hieroglyphs, reading:

Y W^^

'

|^S-

narrow

strip of the panel

wantmg, and then comes a

figure of the ihis-headed

god Tahuti, facing -*, wearing His


toj) to

a short kilt ornamented with parallel lines, a long wig, and broad necklace.
left

arm

is

thrust forward, and in his

hand

is

a long

wand reaching from

bottom
this

of the panel.
IkjIiIs

The
the

right

arm

is

raised from the elbow to the breast,


Ijy

and

in

hand he

-r-sinn, while in the angle formed


:

the bending of the


of the panel.

elliow he

hoMs up
is tlic

a lonu,

-sign,

which reaches fnim top

to

bottom

Aljove him
(2)

following inscription, written in two \crtical lines: (1)

T-1'^37.

Behind him

is

a vertical column of hieroglyphs,

readhig

Rci-crsc.

Th(jutmosis IV, as a human-heailed lion, witli hawk's wings, and


,

tail

upraised,

facing

treads beneath his feet the bodies of his fallen Xuliian enemies.

Fh'ing

22

OATALOGFE DU MUSKP]
behind
while
Iiiiu is

01'

t'AIRE.
huliliiiL;

a liawk with wings outspread, and


it

in

its

claws the Q-sign,

below

is

a Intns-petal-shaped

fan

lield

u]!

\-evtically

by two arms
]ianci

projecting fnmi an -T--sign.

Tlie inseriptiim

on

this

side

<if

liie

reads:

si-CMliMfTEi^^rri^iiiPt^fii
Technii^iue:
tlie

panel

is

made

of thin pieces of cedar

wood dovetailed together and


and liieroglyphs
is

]iiiiiied witli

Wooden
:

pegs.

The

cntting of the

figni-es

excellent.
strip

1'kesei;vation
is

broken into thin pieces and liadly


tlie

(]iii)ped in places.

narrow

missing from

centre.

[Davis Collection.]

Fragment of
dt'luis

the^ handle of a

Fan [3]. Cedar

wood.

Found

in

near the entrance to the Tomh.


the carved the
liaiidle

Fragment
insertion
in lo\\

of
fjf

of

a fan, with edge.s pierced with ludes for

tlie

ipiills of

ostrich feathers.

The two surfaces are carved with scenes

relief.

Diverse.

Ill

the
Ijy

centre

is

tlie

upper part of

tlie

cartouche

[of

TJioutmosis

\\]

siirnxiunted

a crown, consisting of the double feathers

upon a Q-sign, and two


Of
tlie

sjireading horns

and

ur:ei

having Q-^'g"^ upon

tlieir
it

heads. are the

cartouclie
I

only

tlie

0-f<i,Uii

remains, while on either side of

hieroglyphs

ami

T"

lleyoiid these
kiii<'\

two hieroglyphs were

(1)

on the right

side, a seated

(0

tii'ure

of the

faeiiiLC

*-*,

weariiiu the roval wig, with twisted tail


left side

and uranis
(?) figure,

suspended over the forehead, and (2) on the


facing -w-^, l)ut with plain long wig

a similar seated
liaviiig

and without uncus, and


handle
is

the

signs

n1
"

behind

it.

The

rim

of

the

ornamented

with

tlie

common

rectangle " pattern.


Ill

Bcicrse.

the centre was a cartouclie surmounted by two bonis and


liU

the doulde

feathers, with,

the right of

it,

the signs
j

ami
j|^

tiyiiig

hawk with wings


and holds
"

outspread.

The hawk has a Q-sigu with The rim


is

uranis upon its liead,


"

in

its

claws a Q-ring.

ornamented with the common


relief.

rectangle

pattern.

Technique

tinely carved in
:

low

Preservation

liadly mutilated.

[Davis Collection.]

46095.

Lower part of the handle of a Fan [4]. Cedar wood. Maxinunn m -23. Chamber 4. Plate YIII. breadth
Lower part
handle of a fan, with edges pierced with Imles for the insertion The two surfaces carved in low relief. of the quills of ostrich feathers.
of tlie

PLATE

\TU.

46095

WOODEN

FAN.

S^f^*^'?!!!^:

46096.

FRAGMENTS OF THRONE.

ARTICLES OF FURNITURE, ETC.


Ohirrgc.

23

Scene

representing

Thuutniosis

IV,

lacing

-,

chvl

in

short

kilt

ornamented with
in a light

parallel lines,

and wearing a broad necklace, seated on a throne

papyrus canoe floating upon the water.


raiseil to a level

The head

of thr

king
( 1

is

lir(il<en

away; the two hands are


sceptre,
I

with the hreast, ami h^ld

tlie right,

a
:

and

(2) the left, a Hail.

IJefore tlie

king are his


'''^

titles

and prenonien

1I?!^C^li]'""^
A
--'

'"'""' '''"

"'^"""^
is

iliCMIS]
tlie

y.

The throne

is

of the usual

r^-shape, and

ornamented with the t^Rj-

sign

in

the left-hand
side.

lower corner, and a scale pattern at the top and nn


Ijy jioles

right-hand
the stern.
Reverse.

The papyrus canoe has two guiding oars supported


is

at

The rim

ornanieided with the

common "rectangle"

pattern.

Sinular to obverse, but scene faces


finely carved in
:

*.

Technique:

low

relief.

I'liESEKVATluN

liroken into three pieces; the whole of the upper jjart missing.

46096.

Fragments of the back of a Throne [5]. Cedar wood coated .stucco. L'liamber 4. Two fragments shown in Plate VIII.

with

Eleven fragments
tine stucco.

(if

the

back

of

throne

(?),

with ornamentation

modelled

in

Ol!NAMENTATlox
can
(1
)

OJjnT'ie.

So far as

tlie

ornameiitati(jn of the l)ack of this throne

(0

lie

made out from


tlie

the fragments that remain,


"'^ie^"

we

see

that

it

consisted of
5),

in

centre a large ti^Rj


r~~~i

"'

'^

panel of scales (see

I'late

XII.
tlie

with the
pai't

words
of the

,fi-.!i.4-A?i-/>.4-A

^^^^
is

\v\

written around

lower

.sry/zi-sign.

This panel

enclosed by (2) a border of (n) disconnected coils

and
liy

(b)

"

rectangles," separated on botli sides

from the

rest of the

ornamentation
is (.3)

lines

having horizontal lines cutting across them.

Outside this

a panel
titles,

ornamented with beai.lwork designs enclosing


jirenomen and nomen of Thoutmosis IV, and
(h)

alternately () above, the

below, flowers and other de\ices.

Above this panel, and ju-obably extending along the whole breadth of the back, was another panel, the ornamentation of which consisted of two unci facing one another, and supporting in front of them the names of Thoutmosis IV in cartouches.
Between the
flrst

two

coils of the

unci are lotus flowers and buds with rosettes


tail

below, and beyijnd them, over the

of the snake,

were the extended wings

of

.-i

hawk
Jicrerse.

or vulture.

The ornamentation

of the reverse consisted of horizontal

and

vertical incised

lines

arranged in a manner not

now

apparent.

Teciink.iL'E: very good.

^4

CATALOGIE DT iMlSEE DU CAIRE.

7.

THE CHARIOT,
jiarts
l)_v

Although
tliat

t'ne

wheels and several other


})artially

of the chariot are missing, tlaiiu;^li its haviii^-

been broken up and

destroyed

the ancient plunderers of the tondi, the fragiueuts

remain, and the represeutatious of the king's war chariot in the scenes modelled on the

The Chariot. framework


was constructed and

of the

"body," give us sufficient evidence


:

to

presume that

it

composed of the following parts


(1)

stand on.

The

"

body," consisting of a semicircular framework open at the back, and with a

floor for the charioteer to

(2) (3)

The

carriage proper,
pole. of the chariot

i.e.,

the axletree and the wheels.

The

The body
steady
as far
it, it

was supported by the

pole,

which rested on the axletree, and,

to

was strapped on either


as a balance

side of the axletree

by bands

of leather.

It

was placed
the pole
of the pole

back as possible, so as to take the weight of the charioteer, and

tlius relieve

and yoke, which served was dovetailed into

and means

of harnessing the horses.

The butt

a socket at

the Ijack of the liody, and firmly secured by leather tliongs to

PLATE

IL

THE

BODY

OF CHARIOT

46097.

^^^^ae-vv/

View of

Inside

^
'^f^

'j^

"^y^^P

View of Outside

THE CHARIOT.
tlie

25
fixed into the

frout part,

ami

in order lo prevent

it

slipping back,

two straps were

rim and

tied to the pole.

The

floor

was made
of

of leather

meshwork, which,
were composed

liy its elasticity,

answered

the purpose of springs.

The axle and wheels were The pole was


of

wood; the

latter

of eiuht sjiokes tired with

metal, and secured to the axle by

means

of

metal axle-pins.
It

wood covered with

leather.
Ijy

was bent

into an elbow at aliout one-tifth

of its length fruin tlie end,

and was supported

a wooden voke.

Fig.

1.

The horses were yoked

to the chariot
:

by the following harness, made of

leather, probably

ornamented with leather bosses


(1)
(!')

The breast-harness, with The


Ijridle,

girth

and yoke-saddle.

nose-strap, forehead-, three cheek-,

and one neck-strap.


to the breast-

(3)

The

reins, fixed to the nose-strap

and passed through a loop attached

harness and girth.


Catal.

du Musee,

n.

46O01.

26

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU

C.VIRE.
nose-strap,

We

believe that the


bit.

command

of the hijrses

was obtained simply by the

and
to

not by a snaffle or
drive the liorses.

whip

of leather with

wooden handle was nsed by the charioteer

Attached

to the

"body"

of the chariot were,

on the outside, a bow- case and two quivers,


it.

and, on the inside, a leather pocket or pouch with embossed Hap to cover

46097.

Body of the Chariot [i]. Wood


fine

coated with

cauvas, stucco, and

linen.

Height

m
1

-86. Width and


2.

-52.-

-Breadth

-OS-

Chamber 3. Plate IX,

Fig.

2.

The

liody of the chariot is

composed

of a

wood framework and panelluig, the


is

latter

being covered with a canvas base for stucco, which

modelled with scenes and

ornamentations

very low

relief.

The scenes

consist of four panels,

two inside

and two
Outside.

outside, divided

hj an exceedingly decorative and ornamental design.


figui-es

In the centre (see


liy

and

2)

is

the

nomen

of

Thoutmosis

IV

in a

cartouche, surmounted

a Ea-sign and doulile ostricli feathers.


its

In the space

above
of life

is
;

a lion-headed bird with wings opened, and holding in

claws two symljols


Before each

upon
a

its

head

is

the sun's disc, with the two pendent urai.


is

uraeus

is

Q -sign.
to this

Below the cartouche


is

represented the IT-sign (symbol of

joining),

and

bound, according to the ordinary Egyptian convention,

PLATE

X.

o
5 w H X M H O s <

a:

O
<

o
Id

o
X

X H
IX

o u Q
H
DC

O 5

THE CHARIOT.
papja-us plants and lotus
a
lilies.

27

Tied to the centre of the

T-sign on

either side

is

row

of kneeling Asiatic prisoners.


'

Off-dde panel

(see Plate X).


li_v

Thoutniosis
tlie goil of

lA',

armed with

Ijow and

arrows, rides,

unaccompanied save
corps,

^Mentu,

war, into the midst of his enemy's chariot

which

lie

throws into a state of the utmost confusion, and at the same time

overthrows ami slavs

many

(jf

tlie

charioteers.

Fig.

3.

The

inscription explanatory of the scene

is

given in the five vertical lines above

the horses of the king's chariot, and reads

i^>im\\mf%^^'>h^\ O '0\ ^K ^
r.

C^

III

a^^W-'^ZlBM
Of
detail

(4)

<r^-^ (s)

^liC^MlAf

Tlie great reduction of the Plates

X, XI, and XII necessitated the small

being

left out.
4.

28

CATALOGUE PU MDSfiE DU CAIRK.


Hovering above the king
is

his protector, the goddess

Nekhebyt, in the form of


is

a vulture, holding in her talons the Q-ring.


in his chariot,

Thoutmosis IV

represented standing
:

and

is

in the act of shooting au arrow from a

how
disc,

at the

same time
tlie

he guides his horses with the reins tied round his body.

ISehind liim stands

hawk-headed god Mentu, wearing on


urreus.

his

head the sun's

two

feathers,

and

He

guides the king's hands, and assures the accuracy of the monarch's aim.
witli
ura;u.s
in

The king wears the war helmet,

frunt

arouml his neck are two

Fio. 4.

strings

of

beads with decorative border.


belt,

He

is

clad in a luin-cliith, which

is

supported by a broad

and

his torso is

swathed with leathern or cloth bands.

He

wears armlets on either arm, a leathern gauntlet on his forearm, and a bracelet

on his right wrist.


cliariot,

Slung over his shoulders are two quivers


of simpler decoration

full of arrows.

The

which
is

is

than the original, bears a quiver and l>ow

case,

and

drawn by two

hor.ses richly caparisoned,


fig. 3.)

and wearing

ostrich feathers
is

upon

their heads.

(For details of horses, see

The enemy which he

in

PLATE

XI.

O
H X

Qi

H
O 5 < X o w
DC

H O s < DC o w DC H O w Q
to
Du

H U

THE CHARIOT.

29

the act of overtlirmving consists of two distinct races of Asiatics, witli jd'ouounced

Semitic

features (for details

and

types,

see
(jf

fig.

4,

and compare

witli

the

list

given on the inside of the chariot).

One
;

the

trilies is
is

characterised by long hair,


liy

pointed beard, and small moustaehios


fillet
;

the hair

liound round the crown

the features are large, the lips are thick, and there are signs of scoring on
;

the cheeks

their garments were


tiglit-fitting
lielts.

of

richly-decorated tapestry-woven

stuffs,

and
kilts

consisted of

vests,

either witli or witliout sleeves,


tribe is characterised

and short

fastened by leathern

The second

by shaven heads, long


refined than

pointed beards, and small moustaehios.


those of the
first

The features are rather more

group, but are, nevertheless, strongly Semitic in type.

Their

YiG.

r,.

garments were also

of richly -decorated

tapestry-woven

stuffs,

and consisted

of long-

sleeved vests and long skirts reaching almost to the ankles, and fastened

al.iove

by

leathern

Ijelts.

distinctive feature of this


tassel
(for

tribe

appears to have lieen their


fig.

ornamented helmets, with long


cases circular amulets are
(for specimen, see
fig. 5).

specimen, see

4).

In

several

worn round the neck by representatives


The armoury
quivers, for offence,

of Iiotli tribes

of these foreigners apparently consisted

of axes, daggers,

and bows and arrows, with

and rectangular

shields for defence.

Mar-side panel

(see Plate XI).

This scene

is

similar to that of the off-side panel, but

the principal figures face the reverse way.

The enemy

that Thoutmosis

IV

is

30
attaekinois,

CATALOGUE DU MUSKE DU CAIRE.


iu figuration, apparently the

same

as that represented on the off-side

panel, liut
is

may
is

possibly

l;ie

meant

to

represent another Asiatic tribe.


is

The king

here shown iinaccompanied by the god ^lentu, but he

draped in a similar

uniform, and

overtaking two charioteers,

whom

he has just caught by the hair


In the place of
tlie

of their heads, and,

abandoning the bow, uses his battle-axe.

protecting goddess

Nekhebyt

in the off-side scene,


tlie

we have

here a figure of the

hawk-god Horus.

In this panel two of

enemy

are represented full face,

and

Fig.

6.

another individual

is

shown clad
is

iu long close-fittmg drawers (for detail, see

fig. 6).

The armoury here again


the scene
is

like that of the


lines,

former panel.
:

The

inscription above

arranged in six vertical


'1
'

and reads

II
;

D
(3)

y\

(4):

c^

^(5)^J^^(6)M(AM]^fl-

PLATE

XII.

o
5 Id H 2 H O 5 o u X H
ti.

H O
Di

< X o
DC

o w
Q

Till';

CIIAUIUT.
Thoutmosis IV, as a huinau-headed

31

Inside.

Left-hand ixuid (see Plate XII).

lion,

tramples down his enemies. with twisted


either side
:

He

is

attired with closed hawk's wings, the royal wig

tail,

and

rani's liorns,
is

and the /(/-crown with two pendent

nra-i

on

to the chin

attached a false heard.

In i'mnt of him are his names

Fig.

7.

and
witli

titles.

0\er

his hack is a fan

composed

of feathers,
its

and above

it is

a beetle
in
its

outspread wings, holding a Q-sign in


legs.

forelegs

and a Q-ring
foes,

hind

Underneath

his

paws are three overthrown Asiatic


fig.

representing
this

three distinct races (for details see

7).
^

The

inscription explanatory of

scene reads

Behind the king

is

standing a

figure of the hawk-lieaded

god Mentu, with arms and wings outspread.

Upon

his

head the god wears a wig

of

medium

length,

and upon the top

of

it

are two ostrich

feathers and the sun's disc, with pendent doulile urai.

Around

his neck he wears

a necklace,

and a coat

of

mail covers the body from breast to knees.

In his right

hand he holds the


stability,

kJiq)sh-s\\oi\l,

and three

signs,
is

[,

h, ,

symbolising power,

and
lines

life.

Alujve and behind the god

vertical

(0

]l

/\

^ ^ J^ ^
(2)

the following inscription in five


t-Hi
(3)

1CP

r<

^ ^"
I
[j

Fig.

S.

Bight-hand panel.
the king

This scene

is

similar to that on the left-hand panel, except

tliat

faces -*-,
fig.

and
8).

is

represented trampling on three of his Southern foes (for


inscriptions,

specimen, see

The

of

cour.se,

also

differ,

and

read

as

32

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE
follows
:

Dl'

CAIRE.
Aliove

(a)

Beneath the
(i)

le2;s

of the kinn'
^

^
V
/I

^
cii
t^

n'^. V y

(7')
\\\

tlie

Ci

Mentu:
i*^"^

lul)

-'^

(2)

^
I
I

n n

(3)

ill

(4)

\^rM^t
lists'of

:^
E^
I

^
:

i cn

.^/

7^

ii

Beneath both panels are

the conquered tribes: on the left side the Northerners,


side the Southerners,
facial

bound with papyrus


flowers.

flowers,

and on the right

bound with
types

lotus

The following
:

isja list of

them, tdgether with their

Left-hand side

w
(0
I

N'aharaina.

See

fitr.

9.

ra 19
'^

(2)

Sangara.

See

lig 10.

(3)

Tounipa.

See

fig.

11.

(4)

IMA

%[i^:^ Shasu.

See

fig.

12.

(5)^"^^^''^

Kadshi.

See

fig. 1:3.

(6)

ll^'o"

Tikhisa.

See

fig.

14.

Fig.

9.

Fig. 10.

Fig.

11.

Fig. 12.

Fig. 13.

Fig. 14.

THE CHARIOT.
Ri"ht hand side

33

aa.

See

fig.

15.

(2)

LJ

||(|

Kalai.

See

fig.

16.

(3)

|[|v^-^

Mieou.

See

fig.

17.

(4)

-<s=- ^^,^

T^=T

Ilima.

See

fig.

18.

(5)

S%'M'
"l^'V*

Gourases.

See

fig.

19.

(6)

Diouraik.

See

fig.^20.

Fio. 15.

Fig. 16.

Fig. 17.

Fig. 18.

Fig. 19.

Fig. 20.

Beneath these again

is

another row of prisoners without names

they are bound by

cords to 1-siens in either corner.

Catal.

du Mus'e,

n.

46001.

34

CATALOGUE DU MUSfiE DV CAIKE.

8.

PARTS OF CHARIOT, LEATHER-WORK, ETC.


Saddle [l]. Wood, covered with red leather. Height Span m '20. Chamber 3. See fig. 21.

46098.

-19.

Saddle, for yoking hor.se to chariot-pole.

46099.

Fragment of Saddle
Chamber
Small fragment
3.

[2].

Wood,
1.

covered

with

red

leather.

of saddle, similar to

No.

46100.

End of Pole
thickness

[3].

Wood, covered with red Maximum width Om


'04.
fit

leather,
"06.

Chamber
4.

Maximum

See

fig.

22.
into socket.

Butt-end of chariot-pole, showing the dowelling to

Fig. 22.

46101.

Boss

[4].

Leather and

stucco.

Diameter

"054.

Chamber

3.

Circular green leather boss, with centre covered with stucco.

PAUTS OF CUAUIOT, LEATHEK-'WUllK,

ETC.
3.

35

46102.

Rosette

[5].

Bronze. Diameter

"03. Chamber

Circular Ijroiize rosette, probably hxnn the trappings of the horses.

46103.

Pouch Flap
Cliamber
Pouch
3.

[(5].Leather. Lengtli

-17. Breadth

-22.-

flap, of leather,

embossed with the following design


of Thoutruosis

On

the right and left side

are the nonien

and prenomen

IV

iu the centre is a

hawk with
inscription

outstretched wings and sun's disc on head, clawino; the head of a crouching figure
of a

Northerner on the one side and a Southerner on the other.

The

n D
,

r-^^
111

^
describes the scene.
Cl

W=/lo

[A number

of other

fragments of the chariot were found,


identified.]

liut

none

of

them could be

46104.

Trapping [7]. Leather. Length Chamber 3. Fig. 23.


Leather trapping, emijossed with conventional
stitching round the margin.

-165.- Width

-085.

floral design.

There are remains of

Fig. 23.

Fig. 24.

46105.

Trapping
Leather

[8].

Leather. Width
embossed
:

-11. Chamber 3. Fig.

24.

trapping,

Avitli
it is

design showing
(

Thoutmosis IV as a sphinx

treading on a Syrian

above

the cartouche

.,S..^

and the words

r^^^

There are remains

of stitching

round the margin.


5.

36

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.


Boss [9].- Leatliei-. Diameter
Leather
Ijoss,

46106.

-083. Chamber 3. Fig.


There are remains

25.
of stitches

emliossetl witli conventional floral design.

round the margin.

Fi(5.

2.-I

Fig. 26.

46107.

Trapping [10]. Leather. Chamber 3. Fig. 2G.


on to the margin.
foreigners back

Length
red,
is

"U.

Wide

-048.

Embossed leather trapping, stained


In the centre
sun's disc,

with green and red leather strips appliqued

the cartouche of Thoutmosis


feathers.
;

IV surmounted
is

by the ram's horns,

and double

Beneath, are two kneeling


a -^3:7-sign.

to Ijack

and with arms upraised

underneath them

46108.

Trapping [ll].Leather.Length Chamber 3. Fig. 27.


Trapping, in leather applique.

-24. Breadth

-14.

Fig. 27.

Fig. 28.

46109.

Trapping [12]. Leather. Length Chamber 3. Fio". 28.


Trapping, in leather applique.

-13. Breadth

085.

FAUTs UF
46110.

CIIAlilOT,

LE.VTnEi;-\\'ORK, ETC.

37
in

Trapping

[13].

Leather. Lengtli

-21. Breadth

-15.

Chaiul.er [3]. Fig. 29.


Trapping,
in leatlu'i- applique.

^^mmm&^dm

Fig. 29.

Fig. 30

46111.

Trapping [14]. Leather. Length Chamber 3. FIp-. 30.


Trapping, in leather, painted witli bands of design.

-21. Breadth

-ll-

Fig. 31.

46112.

Gauntlet [15]. Leather. Length

-32. Chamber 3. Fig.

31.

Gauntlet of the king, in red leather with green strips of leather sewn on the edges.

The gauntlet

is

made
tlie

to

fit

tightly on the wrist

and loosely over the

fore-arui

aiul

with a guard for

tluimb.

38

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

46113.

Fragments of a Gauntlet [16]. Leather. Chamber


Five fragments of a similar gauntlet to Xo. 46112.

3.

46114.

Upper part Scabbard


Fig.
Upper part
at the

[17].

Leather. Breadth

05,

Eoom

A.

32.

of scabljard for dagger in tooleil leatherwork,

having two strips of leather

back for attachment to a belt or leather strap.

Fig.

.32

46115.

Scabbard

[18].

Leather. Length

245.-

-Maximum

width

-03. Chamber 3. Fig. 33.

Scabbard for poignard in black tooled leather stitched down the centre.

fiG. 33,

46116.

Fragments of Whip [19]. Leather. Chamber

3.

Five fragments of the end of a whip and lash of red leather.

The

stick

was

inlaid

with coloured barks.

46117.

Armlet [20]. Leather. Breadth


Armlet
in red leather.

-12. Chamber

3.

46118.

Armlet [21]. Leather. Breadth


Armlet
in red leather.

-15. Chamber

3.

[Thirty-one miscellaneous pieces of harness, trappings, sandals, leather bindings^

etc.]

MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTS.

39

9.

MISCELLAXEODS OBJECTS.
[i].

46119.

Fragment of a Draught-board
Length
Fragment
of a

-13.

Height
by rods

Wood,

with glass inlay.

-OoS. Width

-09. Chamber

4.

womlen draught-ljoard,
\-iolet glass

inlaid above

and below with squares compo.sed and yellow


glass.

of

violet glass roils, divided

of yellow, blue,

The

sides

and

ends are inlaid witli

rods arranged horizontally.

46120.

Fan-handle (?) [2]. Wood, with Chamber 4.


Fragment
band
of

ivory

inlay.

Length

ni

-10.

of

fan-luindle(?)

in

wood, witli
inside,

ivory inlay.
a series
of

Along the margin


zigzags
in

is

coloured

rectangles, and

ivory

inlay,

coloured respectively black, white, black, white, and red.

Technique

very

tine.

46121.

Fragment of Carved Wood

[3].

Cedar.
4.

Length

-12. Depth

m
Fragment

-01. Width
of

(119. Chamber

wood carved

in relief, with a continuous coil pattern above

and a row of

rectangles below.

The under

side

is

broken, and bears traces of white plaster.

46122.

Fragment of Carved Wood [4]. Cedar. Length m 01. Width m -019.- Chamber 4.
Fragment
of

12. Depth

wood similar

to

No. 4612L

46123.

Label [5]. Wood (pine). Length Thickness m -007. Room D. Fig.

m
34.

-099.-Width

-045.

Fig.

.34.

"Wooden

label,

with hole for suspension, and bearing a hieratic inscription written in

black ink.

40

CATALOGUE DU ^MUS^E DU CAIRE.


Label [6]. Wood
Thickness
(pine).

46124.

Length
4.

ni

-OSS. Widtli

-034.

"007.

Chamber

Fio-. 35.

Wooden

label,

with hole for suspension, and bearing a hieratic inscription written in

black ink.

Fig.

.3.-).

46125.

m -085. Width Label [7]. Wood (piue). Length Thickness m -007. Chamber 4. Fig. 36.
Wooden
upon
label,
it

-042.

with hole for suspension, and bearing a hieratic inscription written

in black ink.

Fig. 36.

46126.

Label [8]. Wood (pine). Length


Thickness

nt

-083.- Width

-035.

"013.

Chamber

4.

Fij^. 37.

Fig.

.37.

Wooden
npon

label,
it

with

liole

for suspension,

and bearing a hieratic inscription written

in black ink.

MISCELLANEOUS
46127.

()BJE<jrS.

41

Fragment of Box [y]. Wood


Fragment
of a

(pine). Length O

-09.-

Chamber
upon

4.

wooden box, with the cartouche

of Thoiitiiiosis

IV

incised

it

e^

\
46128.

End of the handle of a Battle-axe


HI -Otis.

[lo].

Wood (ebony). Width


tomb.

Breadth

043.

Found

in deln-is outside

End

of the

wooden handle

of a battle-axe, inscribed
tilled

with the cartouche of Thoutin

mosiw IV.

The hieroglyphs arc incised and

with white paint, and read:

G
.

The
in
it

section of the end

is

oval-shaped, and a mortice hole has been cut

A
I
I

for fixing the handle.

46129.

Pedestal for the foot of a Chair [ll]. Wood, covered with canvas m -075. Width of ni -05. Width of top and stucco. Height
l)ase

'US.

Chamljer

4.

Pedestal for the toot of a chair, in wood, covered with canvas and stucco.
stucco on three sides are modelled designs showing a

On

the

^^-sign,

to

which are bound

two prisoners, representing the Northerners on the left and the Southerners on the The stucco appears to have been on the fourth side is a mortice hole. rigid:

pinned round the edges with metal pins.

46130.

Pedestal for the foot of a Chair [12]. Wood, painted. Height m -10.5. m -075. Width of base lu -08.- Width of top

Chamber

4.

Pedestal for the foot of a chair, in wood, painted white, with

thick

black

line

around the edges.

On one

side is a mortice hole.

46131.

Pedestal for the foot of a Chair [13]. Wood, painted. Height m -OZ-i. Width of top m -OC 5.Width of l)ase U m -09.-

Chamber

4.

Pedestal for the foot of a chair, similar to No. 12.

46132.

Two fragments
Chamber A.
Fragments
Catal.

of a Shawabti Figure [14].Wood, polished.

of the face
n.

and

foot of a shawabti figure, exquisitely carved.

du Musde,

46001.

42

CATALOG 11-; DU MISKE DU CAIRE.

46133.

Fragments of Inlayed Wood [i5]. W<.<k1


Cliaiuher
4.

inljiyed

with

glass.

Four

fragiuLMiLs

of

wnod,

inlaiil

witli

^biss.

On

mw
I

\>\cvo

is

the

cartouclie

of
is

Tlioiitniosis

IV:

Iq

("

.JiL, ^'^^p^j ]

Tlic design on

lie

ivniainiiit;;

three pieces

the

usual

conventional fcatliev jiattern, executed

in

wliite

and

liglit

bhie glass,

iidaid in phister

on the wood.

46134.

Uas

l(i|.
|

Wood.

Lt'iii^tli

-Uj.

Foiiml

ill

(k'lirls

uiitside

toiiil).

1, carved in wood, witli tongues iilio\e

and

lielow

For inseiiing into iiiorlic(> lioles.

46135.

Fragments of a Box
Deiitli

[i

7]. Wood, wnlimt.


.">.

Lengtli

-42

;'..^. Cliaiulicr

Fragments

of tlie sides

and ends

of a phiin

walnut wood

liox.

46136.

Four pieces of a Spoon


Four fragments of
a
jilaiii

[18].

Wood, ct-dai. Cliainher

3.

wooden

s)ioon. w.lli loug hauille.

46137 46139.

Three Pegs [iD-^l]. Wood. Cbaml.er


jiegs for boxes.

4.

Three wooden liutton-sha]ied

46140.

Head of Walking

Staff [22].
4.

Wood. Lenoth

m
top,

-12. Diameter

042. C'haiuber
stall',

Jlead of walking
iixing into staff.

in polished

wood, with button-shaiicd

and

tongue

for

46141.

Chair-legs [23]. Wood. Chamber


l\vo lii'oken chair legs, with mortice
liole at

4.

lop: rough work.

46142.

Bolt [24]. Wood, cedar. Length

145. Width

in

-Oir.-

Chamber
Carved wooden

4.

shajied holt.

46143.

Spud [25]. Wood. Length


Plasterer's sjnid.

-17.- Chamber

4.

MISCKLLANEOUS OBJECTS.
46144.

43
4.

Spud

[2(;]. Wood. LiMigth U

-Kio. (Jhambe.r

Plasterer's spud.

46145.

Plumb-level
Cliaiuher
Masoti's

[>'

7]. Wood. Leiin-tli O

IG. Diameter

in

-005.

4.

])liiiiili 1p\('1,

ill

\V(](i(l

iif

cylindrieiil furin.

46146.

Plumb-level [28]. Wood. Leuo-tli Chamber 4.


Similar to No. 46145.
I'.rokcn at

-Irt. Diameter O

-OOfx-

one end.

46147.

Three Supports [29]. Wood. (JliambeiThree wooden


for

4.

support.s, covered

with stucco, with wooden pins, and holes in the pins

metal tops(?).

46148.

Seven Supports [30]. Wood. Ciiamljer


Seven supports,
in pine w(jod

4.

veneered with ebony.

These are smaller than No. 46147.

46149.

Seven Supports

[:31]. Wood. Cliamber

4.

Seven supports, similar to No. 46147, but groo\'ed

across.

46150.

Supports

[32].

Wood. (Jliamber

4.

Pieces of similar supports to No. 46141), but larger, and coated witli stucco.

46151.

Supports [33]. Bone (?). Chamber


Supports, of
l)one({'),

4.

coated with green leather: one with traces of stucco.

46152.

Binding of a Vessel
Bindhig of a

[34].

String and
cloth, sealed

clay.

Chamber
a

4.

vessel, in string

and

with

cartouche

of

TliDUtniosis

(MB46153.

Weight [35]. Flint. Chamber


Natural
tlint

1.

weight, with

^^

j^ written upon

it in

black ink.

44

OATALOliUE DU MUSftE DU CAIKE.

46154.

Fragment of Mirror-Handle [36]. Ivory. Maximum Minimum length m 'OSS. Chamber 8.

lenoth O

08.

Fragment

of a papyru.s-shapetl i\'ory

handle to a mirror.

46155.

Fragments of Mace-heads
Fragments
of

[37].

Crystalline limestone. Chamber

4.

two small crystalline limestone maee-lieails (broken); one with

tluting.s.

46156.

Fragment of
Fragment
of

(?) [38].^Crystalline
limestone, of

limestone. (Jhamber
form, liearing

4.

crystalline

cylindrical

the cartouche of

Thoutmosis IV.

Fig. 38.

Fig. 39.

Fig. 40.

46157.

Fragment of Mace-head [39]. Wood. Chamber 3. See


Fragment
of a

fig.

38.

mace-head, modelled in the form of a pine cone, and similar to one

represented in the hand of Sety I in the Osiris chapel'at Abydos.

46158.

Fragment of Mace-head [40]. Clouded agate. Chamber D.


See
Fragment
fig.

39.

of a

clouded agate mace-head.

46159.

SealingS [41]. Mud. Chamber


Several

CSee

fig.

40.

mud

sealings of jars, with cartouche of Thoutmosis IV.

I I

PLATE Xm.

:''^-

03 CD CO

CD

CD

CD

?fclMl^

CD

O CD
.

CD

eg

CD
.

CD

SHAWACTl FKiUKES.

45

10.

SHAWABTI FIGURES.
a Shawabti figure
[i].

46160.

Lower
Plate

pai't of

faience.

Length

'OSo.

Breadth
form
of a

White
m
nmmmy,

and

violet

glazed
3.

'045.

Chamber

XIIL
of a

Lower part
with

shawabti

figure, in
lines,

tlie

of white glazed faience,

liieroglyphs, dividing

and other ornamentation in dark

violet glaze.

Around the
Book
of the

front of the figure are eight horizontal lines of hiernglyplis, and

down

the back two vertical lines, giving the following part of the Sixth Chapter of the

Dead

^i''nvr:g^c)iia..if^iTiiiii
Upon
the soles of the feet
upraised,
is

J)_

a figure of Isis standing iipon a fSS^-sign.


eitlicr

She has

her arms

and on

side

of

her are

the

following

hieroglyphs

The quality
blemish.

of the glaze

is

very

fine,

and the colour

is

perfect, without a flaw or

Technique

very

fine.

4616L

Shawabti Figure
Breadth
Shawabti

[2].

-055.

Koom D. Plate XIII.


of a royal

Blue

glazed faience.

Length

-185.

figure, in the

form

munnny.

The head-dress
it,

represents a hiien

cloth stretched tightly across the forehead, folded behind the ears, aiu! falling

down

over the front of the shoulders to the


affixed a uraeus serpent,

che.^t

upon

in the centre of the forehead,

and from behind, at the nape of the neck, issues a small is twisted pigtail. On the chin is a " false " beard. The eyes, eyebrows, and other The arms are features of the face are modelled and emphasized by black lines. wiiuling-sheet, from in a swathed shown is body folded over the chest, and the

4i;

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.


whieli the hamls jnotrude.

Down

the front of the tignre

is

a vertical

cohimn

of

luernolvplis painted in black, giving the

name and

titles of

Thontniosis IV, and

reading:

"^^[^Wj^XW
and techniqne
is

The

(jnality nf the glazing

very tine: the colonring

is

remarkahle for

its purity.

Ihdken into two

jiieces.

Shawabti Figure
Breadtli

[3].

Blue
of
a

glazed

faience

Lengtli

-185.

-055. Pvooni D.Plate XIII.


the

Shawaliti figure in
inscription

form

royal

mummy.
is

Modelling, ornamentation, anil

same
of

as Xo. 46161.

The
its

(quality

the glazing

and

technii|ue

fine:

the colonring remarkal)lu fur

purity.
into

Broken

two

pieces.

[Davis Collection.]

Shawabti Figure
Bx-eadth
Shawahti
figure,

[4].

n\ 'Obb.

Room D.
of
a

Blue

glazed faience.

Length

ni

-185.

in tlic

form

royal

munnuy.

Modelling, ornamentation, and

inscription

same
of

as No. 46161.

The quality
its

tlie

glazing

and technique

is

fine

the colouring remarkable for

purity.
pieces.

Broken into four


[Davis Collection.]

46162.

Shawabti Figure
Breadth

[5].

'055.

Room D.
miiiuiny.

Blue

glazed faience.

Lengtli

-185

(?).

Shawaliti figure, in the form of a roval


inscription

Modelling, ornamentation, and

same

as Xo. 46161.
is

The

quality of the glazing and technicpie


;

good

colouring, a deep blue.

Broken

three pieces (piece wanting from centre of figure).

46163.

Shawabti Figure
Breadth
Shawabti
figure,

[6].

m
in

-055

Blue glazed (?). Room D.

faience.

Length

-185 (?).

the form of a royal

mummy.
good

IModelling, ornamentation,

and

inscription

same

as No. 46161.

The

equality of the glazing


;

and technique

is

colouring, a

medium

blue.

Broken

two pieces (piece wanting from centre

of figure).

SHAWxVBTI FIGURES.

47

46164.

Shawabti Figure
Breadth
Shawabti
C

[7].

Blue

glazed faience.

Length

-185

(?).

m
in

'055
tlie

(?).^Room D.
Modelling, ornamentation, and

figure,

form of a royal luuminy.

inscription

same

as No. 46101.

The quality
Broken
;

of the glazing

and technique, poor: colouring, a medium


wanting from centre
of figure).

hlue.

two pieces

(i)ieces

46165.

Lower part of a Shawabti Figure


Ilot)ni

[8].

Blue

glazed

faience.

D.
shawabti
figure, in tlie
;

Lower part

of a

form

of a royal

mummy.

Quality of glazing and technique, good

colour, a deep blue.


tlie

Broken; one piece (the whole

of the

upper part of

figure wanting).

46166.

Lower part of a Shawabti Figure [9]. Blue Room D.


Lower part
of a

glazed faience.

shawabti

figure, in the

form of a royal

mummy.

Quality nf glazing and technique, good; colnur, a deep blue.

Broken

one piece (the wliole of the upper part of the figure wanting).

Shawabti Figure
Breadth
Shawabti
U

[lO].

Blue glazed taieuce.

Length
lines.

-020.

-075.
form

Rem D. Phite
of a
is

XIII, [lO].
is

figine, in the

mummy.

The wig

long, falls

down

in front over

the shoulders, and the hair


of

represented by black parallel

The

features

the

face

are
is

modelled, and emphasized

by black
rows

lines.

Around
not

the

neck

and shoulders

shown a deep necklace


over
the
chest,

witli

of

bugle-shaped pendants.
protrude from
the figure
is

The arms
vertical

are

crossed

but the hands do

the winding-sheet which covers the body.

Down

the front of
titles

a
:

column

of hieroglyphs giving

the

name and

of

Thoutmosis IV

Quality of glaze and technitpie, fair; colour,

medium

blue.

Broken

into

two

pieces.

[Davis Collection.]

46167.

Shawabti Figure [II]. Blue glazed Ikience. Length


Breadth
Shawabti

-22.

-08. Room D.
form of a

figure, in the

mummy.

:\Iodelling,

ornamentation, and inscriiition

same

as No. [10].

Quality of glaze and technique, medium: colour,

medium

lilue.

Broken

into

two

pieces.

4H

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU

CAIIIE.

46168.

Shawabti Figure [12]. Blue glazed


Breadth
Mcxlellintr,

faience. ^Length

-235.-

in -07.

Room D.
:

ornamentation, and inscription same as No. [10].


colour, njcdium blue.

Quality of glaze ar.d techniijue, nieiliiim

Broken into

tliree pieces.

46169.

Shawabti Figure [13]. Blue glazed faience. Length


Breadth

-18.

-07.

Room D. Plate XIII.


Tiie

Sliawabti figure, in the form of a luuniniy,

wig

is

long, falls

down

in front over

the shoulders, and the hair

is

represented by parallel lines


rnoilelleil,

])aiiited in black.

The

features of the face are only roughly


lines.

but they are emphasized by black

strings

Around the neck and shoulders is sliown u broad necklace of parallel The arms are crossed over tiie chest, and the hands are of beads.
depicted the workmiin's basket.

represented protruding from the winding-sheet, holding hoes, outlined in black,

while at the back of the figure

is

Down

the front

of the figure is a vertical line of hieroglyphs painted in blick, giving the

name

of

Thoutmosis IV

'^

CMS^siMi
i)oor

Quality of glaze and teclmiiiue.

and rough

colour,

medium

blue.

Broken into two

pieces.

Shawabti Figure
Breadth
Shawabti

[14].

Blue

glazed

faience.

Length
is

-19.

"07.

Room D.
of a

figure, in the

form

munnny.

Modelling and oi'namentation similar to

No. 46169, except that on the soles of the feet of this specimen
a paiynis plant witli leaves thus: '^"''^Im^-

drawn

in black

Tlie inscription is also the


is

same

as that

on No. [13], except that after the word meri/


Quality of glaze and techni(|ue, tine; colour, a

written
blue.

A.

medium

Broken into two

pieces.

[Davis Collection.]

46170.

Shawabti Figure
Breadth U

[15].

'07.

Room D.
~

Blue

glazed faience.

Length

-185.

Shawaljti figure in the form of a

mummy.
^

]\Iodelliug
is

and ornamentation similar

to

No. 46169.
'

Down
:

the front of the figure

a vertical line of hieroglyphs, painted

lack, reading

Quality of glaze and technique, fine; colour,

medium

blue.

Broken

into

two

pieces.

::

siiAWABTi
46171.

t'lci i;i:s.

49

Shawabti Figure
Sliawaliti
lii^iirc

[l(j].

Blue
of a
I

gluzt-d faience.

Room

I).

in
:

tlie

furiii

Tiiiiiiiniy.

'I'lir

insiripl imi

l^Im's

llic

prt'iKuncn nf

'I'hiiutiiiijsis

1\^

fi,,^

Quality nf

Ljla/C'

and

techiiiijiie. tine;

idlnur, incilinni
njijiei-

Mnc.
ti;_;uii'

Broken; one piece (the wIkiIc

nf tiie

paii nf llic

wantiiiL;).

46172.

Shawabti Figure
B.ieailtli

[17].

Blue

glazed faience.
XIII.
wig
is

Length

125.

-045. Room
I'oini

D. Plate
Tiie

Sliawabti tigure in

tlic

nf a imnniny.

Imig,

ami

falls

diiwn ii\er the

front to the shonhleis.

Tin'

features are emphasized by black lines.

xVronnd

tiie.

neekand shoulders is shown a broad neeklaec of parallel strings of beads painted in blaek. The arms are cri)ssed over tlie chest, and the hands arc icjire.sented holding the latter, shown susjiended over tlie shoulders by a lioes and workmen's baskets
:

cord, fall

down

l)ehind the

tig\n-e,

])o\vn the front of the tigure


i

is a

\ertical line of

hieroglyjihs, giving the noiiien of ThiMitini'isis

\'
:

>

-z

Vi^

or" 3
I

^^

,'^

[]

Quality of glaze and technique, very good


T'libroken.

colinir. a tine blue,

Shawabti Figure
Breadth d
Shawabti tigure
Xo,
4G172.
in "Oir).

[18].

Room
a,

Bhie
D.

glazed faience.

Leiigtli

-l.'^o.

in

tlie

f(n'm of

muniniy,
gives

^Modelling and (Jinainentation similar to


tlie

The

inscription

]iren(imen

of

Thontniosis

1"\'

Quality

oi'

Glaze, good
pieces.

colour, a tine blue.

Broken into two

[Davis Collection,]

46173.

Shawabti Figure
Breadth
in '045.

19]. Blue glazed faience. Length U

135.

Roonr D.
:\Iodelling

Shawabti figure in the form of a nuimmy.


Xo.
46172,

and ornamentation similar


of

to

The

inscription

gives

the

prenomen

Thontniosis

l\

Qi'ALiTV OF Glaze,

medium;

colour,

medium

blue.

Broken into two


Catal.

pieces.
40001.

du

.Vus-^;

ii.

50

CATALOGUE DF MUSKE DU CAIRE.

46174.

Shawabti Figure
Breadtli
lu

['20].

Blue

glazed feience.

Length
aiul

-135.

1)5. Eooin D.
fnnu
oi'

Sluiwaliti figure in tlic

a miiniiiiy.
gi\-es

Modelling
the

mnanientation
of

similar

to

No.

4G172.

The

inseviptinu

jireiionien

Thuulniosis

l\

Quality

cif

Gi.aze, ineilimu:

eiil(]nr.

nieilinm hhie.

I'lrokeu int(j

two

]iieces.

46175.

Shawabti Figure
Breadth
Shawahti figure
(i)rAi,irv

[21].

Blue

glazed faience. Lengtli

ni

-075.

ni

-Oas,- Boom D.
niununy, w
ith wig.

in tlie fdriii of a
jiiMir;

Uninserihed.

OF Glaze,

colour,

medium

lilue

in a

had state

of preservation.

Broken

into

two

pieces.

46176.

Shawabti Figure
Breadth
Shawahti figure
in
():'..

[2-2].

Blue glazed faience. Length


Similar to No. 4(J175.
hlue.

in -075 (?).

Room D.
I'ninsevil.ied.
;

in the

form of a muiinuy.
colour,

(^KiALlTV OF CtLAZE.

medium

medium

Broken

off

hehjw the ankles

feet wanting.

Shawabti Figure
Breadth
Shawahti
figure

[23].

Blue glazed faience. Length


mummy.
medium
Similar to No. 4G175.
lilue.

in -075 (?).

m
in

-025.- Boom D.
the form of a
:

Uninserihed.

Quality of Glaze, medium

cohair,

Broken

oft'

helow the ankles

feet \vanting.

[Davis Collection.]

Shawabti Figure [24]. Dark violet glazed Breadth m -025.- Room D.


Shawabti figure in the form
of a

faience.

Lengtli

-075..

mummy.

Similar to No. 4G175.

I'ninscribed.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, rich dark violet.

Broken into two


[Davis Colleetion.]

pieces.

suAWAi'/ri

ri(;ri;i:s.

.^^i

Shawabti Figure
Breadth
Sliawaliti
tip:iirt'
iii

[l'5]. Dark violet glazed llueuce. Length

(0.

0-27

.Uoom
a,

D,
Similar to Xo.
4til7.j.

in the

fonn uf
;

imiiiiiny.

Uninsci-ibccl.

Quality

mi-

(Ii.azk,

>j^uih\

i-nlmir, lidi d.irk \iol('t.

Urokeii nit belcnv the ankles


[Davis Collection.]

teel

nii.s.sinjj;.

Shawabti Figure
Breadth
U ni -025.

[I'G]. Dark violet

glazed faience.

Length
rninscriluMl.

(?).

liooni D.
minnniy.
to

Shawaliti tiuure in the

fdi-ni

ut'a

Siuiil.'ir

Xd.

4iJ17ri.

QUAi.riV OF (Jr.AZE, >^(Md


Bi'okeu
ott'l)elo\v

colmn', rich dark violet.


:

the ankles

feet

niissinjj;.

[Davis Collection.]

46177.

Shawabti Figure [27]. Blue glazed faience. Length


Breadth
hi -025.

-12.

Boom D.
a.

Shawaliti fignre in the form of


of face modelled.
(^H;ai.ity

niunnny,

wea.i'injj;

wiir (lined l)laek),

and with features

Uninserilied.
;

ok fiLAZE, medium

coloni-,

medium

lilui\

Broken

into

two

pieces.

46178.

Shawabti Figure [28]. Blue glazed faience. Length


Breadth
Shawabti

V^.

'025.

Boom D.
weariuL;; win' (lined hlack),
lines.

figirre in

form of a mnnnuy,

and with features


:

of
|.

face miidelled

and emphasized with hlaek

Inscribed on breast

^.,.,'.,,^

Quality of

Gl.a.ze,

medium

colour,

medium

blue.

Broken into two

pieces.

46179.

Shawabti Figure [29]. Blue glazed faience. Length ?. Breadth


U in 025.

Room

D.
of a

Shawabti

figure, in the

form

mummy,

wearing wig and necklace.

Inscribetl

on

chest as ^o. 46178.

QuAUTY

OF Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

blue.

Broken, feet wanting.

-,._,

CATAFAXiUE DU MUSKK DU

CAIK!:.

46180.

Shawabti Figure [30]. Blue glazed faience. Length


Breadth

105.-

Do.

Room D.
colour,

Shawal.ti figure, in the form of a

mummy,
mciUuni

as No. 4G17i>.

luscriiition on chest as

Xo. 4G178.
(^)^AUT\ OF Glazk, nicilivuu
liluc.
;

Comvilete.

PLATE HV^

CO CO

<

^1
->rC"-^<
-

'"m/^.^

CO,

CD

W
1

c8 CO

g E

o o o
n

MODEL

CUl'l'lNS

WITH

<I1A\VA15T1 i'lUL'i;ES.

11.

MODEL COFFINS WITH SHAWABTI FIGURES.


Model
with Shawabti Figure [:3i].~BIue ulazed faience. Eoom D. Plate XIV.
Coffin
/wW, .sliapcd to repivseut the upper half of a muiuuiy, with
wij,'

46181.

Model Coffin:
Broken into tVmr
Bo.i-,

and

features of face iimdelled.


pieces.
tlie

Length

in -IS.

Breadth
niuniiiiy.

ni 'OoT.

sliaped to repi'csent

lower

lialf

of a

Length

ni

IN.

lireackh

-0.57. Depth
into six pieces.

ni

"O:;.

Broken

SiiAWAiiTi Fioi'KE, in the form of


face modelled.

niuniniy, wearing wig


ni
'Oo.').

and necklace; features of

Length

(I

ni

"L'!.

Breadth

Broken

into tive pieces.

Qu.'i.LlTY

OF Gi.AZF, good

colour, u tine dee]) Idue.

46182.

Model

Coffin with

Shawabti Figure

:5:2]. Blue olazed

faience.

llooni D.

Model Coffin:
Broken into two

L'hI,

similar to Xo. 4GL81.

Length

-IT."!.

Breadtli

-O"."!.

pieces.

Box, similar to Xo. 4G1.SL

Length

-17.5. Breadth

-Orir). De]ith

-O:'..

Broken, seven pieces


Shawai!TI

incomplete.

Fh;1'i;e. in the
;

form

of a

nuimmy,

similar to Xo. 46181.

Breadth

0?>2.

Broken into two pieces

incomplete.
;

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, a tine deep Ijlue.

Model

Coffin with

ilcom D.- -Plate

Shawabti Figure XIV, [33], [33a].

[33].

Blue

glazed faience.

Model

Coffin: Z/, shaped to represent the upper half of a

mummy,

with wig and

features of face modelled.

Down

the front of
]

it

is

a vertical line of liierogly})lis

readmg

^J^C^^mP]^ [^ ^
pieces.

^'"='^' ^ "'

-" ^i'-''^'Jtl)

-07

Broken into two

Box, shaped to represent the lower half of a

mummy.

Same dimensions

as

lid,

with

depth of

-03.

Broken

into three ])ieces.

54

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.


Shawaf.ti Figuke, in
tlie

fonn of a ininnmy, with

wij;-

and

face modelled, the


'045.

wv^

endinu; in a twist behind.

Length

'loS.

Breadth m
is

Broken into two

pieees.
g(.)od,

QuAi.rrv of Glaze,
edges,

Imt the model eotfin


lid.

iKit

glazed on the inside or on the


is

and

it lias

flaked in parts on the

The colour

a tine

lilne.

[Davis Collection.]

46183.

Model

Coffin
D.

with Shawabti Figure [;34]. Bhie glazed faience.

Room
m

Model Cofkix:
Broken into

Lit/,

similar to that of Xo.

[iVi],

but without the inscriptinn.

Length

!']. Breadth
fdiir pieces.

-75.

Bo'\ similar to that of Xo.

[3."]].

Same dimensions

as

lid,

and with a depth

of

Om

'O.",.

Broken

into four pieces.


FruriiE,

SHAWAiiTi

in

the furm of a

mummy,

as that of Xo.

[o;!].

Length

;').

Breadth

045.

Broken

the feet wanting.


is

QtJALlTy OF Gl.\ze, rough, but the model cnftin

not glazed on the inside.

Colour,

medium

blue.

46184.

Lid of a Model Coffin


Shaped
to represent the

[35]. Blue

glazed faience. Room D.


modcdled
breast
]

upper half of a

and necklace, the


written in black
:

latter outlined in black.

mummy, with On the


Length

I'aee,

and wearing wig

is

the nonien of the king

"^ f^

iti

1"

9.5. Breadth

-065.

Broken into four

pieces.

46185.

Lid

of a

Plate

Model XV.

Coffin

[36]. Bine glazed faience.Room

D.

Shaped and inscribed

as Xo. 46184.

Length

ni '205.

Breadth

()

'005.

Broken into three

pieces.

46186.

Lid of a Model Coffin [37]. Blue glazed faience. Room D.


Shaped as Xo. 46184.
Inscribed with prenomen of Thoutmosis

IV

T(

^..Iv?..^

'

J 1

Length

-20.

15readth
pieces.

-075.

Broken into three

46187.

Lid of a Model Coffin [38]. Blue glazed faience. Room D.


Shaped and inscribed as Xo. 46186. Length

'20.

Breadth

ni -065.

Broken into two

pieces.

<

PLATE

XV,

CD
I

CD
'3'

CO
.

CO

CD

pq

m p

CO
I

[In

O o

o o
CO

H p

11

MODEL
46188.

CUI'TINS

WITH

S11A\VA15T1 FIGURES.

55

Model
Lid

Coffin [.',9]. Blue olazwl faience. Room D.


t(i

anil hu'\ sliajn-il

represt'ut
it'

iiiuiiiiiiy,

willi

face

iiuicU'Ili'd,

ajid

wcai-iiin'

wig.

Tiie

body

is

sIkiwii as

Imuiul with tliree linen bands, indicated by double vertical


is

lines.

Down

(he front of the figure

a vertical line of liieroglyplis written in

black, reading:
tiie lid is
is

an

^\^ eve ^5^ and


medium

T^ ^ j] "^^ f^ P
.

]
j

'^

wliile

on the fool of

on the font of the Imx a

^;^:?'.

On
and

the rim of the V)ox

an ornament enmpused of rectangles drawn


Gi..\ZK,
;

in liori/.ontal

^'ertical

black

lineis.

QUALITV OF

cnhiur,

medium

blue.

(Glazeil inside.)

Broken

into nine pieces; incomplete.

Model
Liil

Coffin [40]. Blue glazed faience. Boom

D. Plate XV
in
lilack

[40].

and

hii-

shaped to represent a nnimmy, with face modelled, and wearing wig.


front
of

Down
^
J

tlie

the

lid

is

an inscription written

ink,

reading:

^ CMT
01"

%5 5<^5!M]
is

l-siiin

and on the liottom


Cri.AZE,

a ^^37-sit'ii.

Length

^M\
m
-Ol'O.

"^"1^'

^'^ "^^
-085.

Breadth

QUAI.ITV
the

good

Colour, a

Hue medium

blue on

the

outside, violet

on

insidi'.

Broken into four

pieces.

[Davis Collectiun.]

46189.

Model

Coffin [41]. Blue glazed faience. Room D.


as No. [40].
^1,^ f,,t^
,-,f

Lid and hor shaped

Inscription, 4:_^ <2>ij,|^

Hi

'

,"^"i

nn

-9:r3_

J|

,,j,

drawn

in black, is

a jj-chair.

Length

-225.

Breadth

-00.- Deptli

-035.

Quality of Glaze, medium;

colour,

medium

lilue.

Broken

into foiu- pieces

incomplete.

46190.

Model
Lid and
ho.c

Coffin [42]. Blue glazed faience. Room


shaped as No.
[40].

and Chamber

4.

Inscription,

^l^f^^j] ^^^^^M
-035.

Length (?). Breadth

-09. Deptli

m
1

Quality of Glaze,

fair; coloitr,
;

medium

due.

Broken

into five pieces

incomplete,

46191.

Model

Coffin [43]. Blue glazed faience. Room D.

Similar lid to that of No. [40].

Broken, two fragments (only the head and

feet remain).

56

CATALOGUE DU MUStE DU CAIRE.

12.

MODEL BASKETS, HOES, ETC, FOR SHAWABTI


FIGURES.
Model Basket [44]. Blue glazed flueuce. Leugth m -035. Room D. Plate XV. U 111 -05. Depth

46192.

-075.

Width

Moilel liasket for a shawabti figure in bhie glazed faience, ornamented with lines and
liieroglyphs in ^iolet.

Pierced at both ends for suspension.


(if

()i;XA-MEXTATION

riiu

basket,

and

bottom, violet.
:
|

Along one
"'
I

side

runs an

inscription, written lengthwise, reading


li'TALiTY OF Gl.vze,

-^

'

[j

jfi

Jj]

t=t.

good
;

colour,

medium

lilue.

Broken into fne

jiieces

complete.
'07 long,

thin bronze yoke,

found in Itoom

I>.

proljably belonged to this basket.

46193.

Model Basket [45]. Blue glazed faieuce. Length

()

075.

Width

m
for

OSo.

De})t]i

ni

-045.

it

Room

D.

Alodel basket for a shawaljti figure, in blue glazed faience, and pierced at either end
suspension.

On
in a

one side of
: I

is

written

vertically

the

prenomen

of

Thoutinosis

lY

cartouche
;

.,!t?,,^

'

Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

medium

lilue.

Broken

into five pieces (incomplete).

46194.

Model Basket [4G]. Blue glazed faience. Length

m
No

-03.

Depth

"04.

Room

-07.

Width

D.
and pierced
for suspension.

]Moilel liasket for a shawaljti figure in blue glazed faieuce,

ornamentation.
Gl.vze, good
;

Quality of

colour,

medium

blue.
side).

Broken into two pieces

(a piece \vantiiig

from one

46195.

Model Basket [47]. Blue glazed faience. Length m -04. Chamber 3. U m V3. Depth

-07.

Width

Jlodel basket for a shawabti figure in lilue glazed faience, and pierced for suspension.

Eemains

of thread in one hole.


;

Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

medium

blue.

Ten

pieces, incomplete.

MODEL BASKETS. HOES,


46196.

ETC.,

FOlI SILUVAI5T1

ITGUKKS.
in

57

Model Hoe [48]. Blue glazed feieace. Lengtli of l.lade Width ..f l.ladf m -02. Chamber 3. Plate XV.
Model hoe
twii lidles

-O.x

for a sliawabti tiiiuve in


fcir

Mue

glazed faience.
it

The

lilaile is )iiei-fO(l wiili

the ijisertiiiii of striiiM

tn tip

tn

tlie liandli'.

Tin- haii

He

is

Ijnjkeii

at

one end.
oi"

Quality

Glaze, good

eoliaiv, light hlue.

46197.

Model Hoe [49]. Blue glazed faience. Leugtli


Widtli of
of
liaiidle

of hlade

-035.

l)]ade

-015.

Lengtli

of handle

042.

-005.

Chamber

Diameter
46196, but

3. Plate XV.

Model hue
complete.

for a sliawabti figure, in blue glazed faience, similar to Xo.

Quality of Glaze, good

culour, light blue.

46198.

Model Hoe [50]. Blue glazed taieuce. Width


Length of
Cliamber
Model hoe
complete.
3.

.if

blade

liandle

"045.

Diameter

of

lianillc

m m

-015.
'OOG.

for a .shawabti figure, in blue glazed

I'aieiice,

similar to No. 46196, Imt

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, light blue.

46199.

Model Hoe [5 1]. Blue glazed faience. Length of blade Width of lilade m -015. Diameter of handle

m m

-025.
"008.

Clu^inlier

3.

Model hoe
handle
is

for a sliawabti figure, in

blue glazed faience, similar to Xo. 46196.

The

broken at one end.


Gl.a.ze,

Quality of

good

colour, light Idue.

46200 ~L
Two

Two Fragments
Chamber
3.

of Model Hoes [52-3]. Blue glazed faience.

fragments of model

lioes for a sliawabti figure, in

blue glazed faience, similar to

No. 46196.

46202.

Model Pick [54]. Blue


Widtli of blade
of handle

glazed faience. Length of blade

-05.-

m
"008.

007.

Length
in

of handle

m
Tiie

'07 5.

Diameter
is

Model pick
missing.

for a

siiawaliti

figure,

blue glazed faience.

liinding string

Q)uality of Glaze, gootl


Perfect.

colour, light lilue.

CilaL du ihim;

n.

45001.

58

CATALOGUE DU MUSfiE DU CAIRE.

13.

CYLINDKICAL LIBATION VASES.


Libation

Cylindrical

Vase

[i].

Blue
m
'IG.

glazed

faience.

m
[1

-l-I.

Maxinuim

diameter

Room

D.

Plate

Height
XVI.

and

la.]

Cylindrical libatinn vase, in lihie glazed faience, ornamented with designs outlined
in black.

Okxamentation
(2) a

Splicrica.i

top,

around the mouth


a baud
of

i.s

(Ij a

narrow

l.iand

ot rectangles, (4) a

hand

of plain blue, (3)

diamond-shaped lozenges, and

row

of nine lotus flowers

with painted petals, each flower being separated from the next
lines.
tlie

by three incurved and three recur\^ed


a narrow row of rectangles separating
that of the bowl.

Outsitle this

baud

of lotus flowers is

ornamentation of the spherical top from

Botd. Around the circumference

is

(1) at the top, a broad

baud

of diauKind-sJiaped
liy

lozenges with black centres, (2) a


(3) a

band

of

scales

in

three rows, separated


consists of
leaf.

narrow row

of rectangles

from (4) the band beneath, which

an

alternating pattern of a papyrus flowers, a papyrus bud, and a lutus


Ijottom
is

At the
in three

a row of rectangles.

On

the front of the vase

is

an inscriptinn

vertical columns,

which interrupts the ornamentation, reading:

"\

IJ

^i
1

Quality of Glaze,

flue; colour,
;

medium

blue (stained in places).

Broken into eight pieces


Stopper.

almost com[)lete.

Blue glazed

faience.

Height

'00.

Diameter

'07.

In the shape of an inverted lotus flower.


[Davis Collection.]

46203.

Cylindrical

m
in black.

'llo.

-Maximum

Libation

Vase

[2].

Blue
m
'lo.

glazed

faience.

diameter

Room D. Plate

Heiglit
XVII.

Cylindrical libation vase, in blue glazed faience, ornamented with

designs nutlined

PLATE

JM

LIBATION

VASE

PLATE XVH

462 03A

LIBATION

VASE

CYI.INDUICAL LIBATION VASES.


Oknajientatiox
{'!)
:

59

spherical

^o^;,

around the

inontli is (1) a

narrow baud
lozenges,

of rectangles,

baud

of iilaiu Ijlue, (3) a

band

of

diamond-shaped

and

(4) a

row

of lotus

of lotus flowers is a

Howers with painted petals alternating with lotus buds. Outside this band narrow row of rectangles, separating the ornamentation of the

spherical top from that of the ImiwI.


l!uv:I,

around the circr.mference

is

a row of papyrus flowers alternating with lotus

leaves,

and Ijeneath

it

are two zigzag lines, representing the water from which the

plants are supposed


(^lUALiTY OF

to spring.
;

Glaze,

tine

colour,
;

medium

blue.

llroken into several pieces

part of one side missing.

Stopper.

lilue glazed faience.

Height

-OG.

Hiameter

-UT.

In the shape of an inverted lotus flower.

46204.

Cylindrical

Libation

Vase

[3]. Blue

o-luzed

faieuce.Height

m
Cylinilrical

-11.

Maximum diameter

-13.

Room

aud C'hamber

4.

Plate XVIIT.
libation vase, in blue glazed faience,

ornamented with designs outlined


a band of rounded black petals

in black.

Orxamextatiox
and a narrow
Boirl,

Splicrical top,

around

tlie

mouth

is

lilack line. of the vase is

on the front

an inscription in three

vertical cohunns, reading

m
o
I

-E
S^ll

S
This inscription
I

is

enclosed

in

narrow black

lines

and

surmounted by a broad
I
I

-sign.

A Ufl
of the vase is a design consisting of (1)

Around the circumference

Bennu

birds with

human arms and

hands, seated on "v^^-signs, alternating with (2) a group of


:

hieroglyphs arranged thus

PtP

-?- II P

Withm

the loop of each -^


lilue.

is

^;.

Quality of Glaze, very

fine; colour, a brilliant


;

medium

Broken into several pieces

complete.

Stopper.Blue glazed faience. Height

-06.

Diameter

'08.

In the form of an inverted lotus flower with rosette at the apex.

Broken.

46205.

Cylindrical
Oiu
Cvlmdrical
-115.

Libation

Vase

[4]. Blue

glazed

faieuce.Height

Maximum diameter

Om

-13.

Room D. Plate XVHL

lil:)ation

vase, in blue glazed faience, with designs outlined in lilack.

60

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DC CAIRE.


OliXAMENTATiON
:

SjjJicrica!

to]j,

iumiediately arouiul the

iiioutli

are three black rhigs,

and outside
a black
line.

tliese

a Itand of sharply-pointed lotus petals di\ided from the Itowl by

Bold, around the circuniference


of the bowl.

is

a scale pattern, wliich reaches from top to bottom


it

r)n the front of

is

an inscription in a rectangular panel, which

interrupts the scale pattern ornamentation, and reads

PLATE zmn.

46204'^

46205^

46204,

46205

LIBATION VASES.

PLATE

XIX,

462 06A

LIBATION VASES.

CYI.IXDIUCAI, LIBATION VASE.S.

61

46206.

Cylindrical
()

Libation

-115. Diameter
libatinn
vase, in

Vase [G]. Blue in -11. Room D.


glazed faience,

glazed

faience.

Plate
a lu-dad

Hei-lit
in

XTX.
with designs written

Cyliiiili'ic;il

l>lue

iji'iiaiiieiited

blaek.

Ornamentation:
outside which outline of
tlie
is

i^phericaJ fop,

aiDund

ilie

mouth

is

Kami

nf

plain hhie,

a row of black dmp-shaped petals, with a eurveil line following the


]:)art

lower

of tlie petals.

Separating the spherical top from the bowl

are twn

narmw

black

lines.
is

Bowl, around the circumference


three

band

ni scales

with black

liases,

arranged in

mws, and interrupted


jianel.

in

the front by the

prenomen

of Tlinutni6.sis

IV

in a

narrow rectangular
line. (2) a

Around the
band, and

(/iroimferenee. at

tlie

base, is (1) a black

narrdw, plain
CIlaze,

lilue

(:!)

a liand of rectangles.

Quality of

mecUum

cob air. a ihdl blue.

Broken into several fragments, incomplete.


Stopper.
In

Pilue glazed faience.

Height

0."'i.

Diameter
and

-d.-io.

tlie sliape of

an inverted lotus flower,

witli hair sepals

l)lack spot at apex.

46207.

Cylindrical

Libation

Vase
diameter

[7].

m
black.

'12.

Maximum

Blue glazed m Room D.


125.

taience.

Height

Cylindrical libation vase, in blue glazed faience, ornamented with ilesigns written in

Okxamentation
row
of

Sjjhcricnl top; the

mouth
tlie

is

liroken away, but aniuiul

it

was

(1) a

wedge-shaped

petals, painted in black; (2)


to]i

two wavy

lines,

and

(3) a black

line separating the spherical


Bov:l,

fnun

bowl.

ornamentation similar

to that of N(j.

4G20G.

Quality of Glaze, medium;

colour, a dull blue.


of top

Broken into several pieces; parts

and

sides missing.

46208.

Fragments of a Cylindrical Libation Vase


faience.

Heiulit

'IKj.

Maximum

Blue glazed diameter U m Room D.


[8].

'lU.

Fragments

of a cylindrical libatinii

vase, in blue glazed faience, with (jrnamentatiiiii

outlined in black.

Oenamentation

Spherical top, similar to

tliat of

Xo.

4G2()().

Bo^d, similar to that of Xo. 40200.

QUALTTY OF

GL.-iZE,

poor

colour, dull blue.

Two

large fragments only.

62

CATALOGUE PU MUPEE PU CAIRE.


Cylindrical
U in 'll.

46209.

Libation

Vase
diameter

[o].

Maxiiniini

Blue glazed m Room D.


'115.

faience.

Heiglit

Cylindrical libation vase, in

Mue

glazed faience, with ornamentation mitlinpil in lilack.


hnu-l,

OitNAMKN'TATinx of sphcricrd top and

similar to that of No. 4G206.

Quality of Glaze, thin and poor;


Parts of one side and
to]i missint;-.

colour, lilue

(much

discoloured).

Stopper.

lilue t-lazed faience.

Height
Vase

'O.'.

Diameter
on
tlie

m
apex.

-05.

In the shape of an inverted lotus flower, with

ro.sette

46210.

Cylindrical

Libation

[lO].

125.

Maximum

Blue
m
'V2b.

glazed

faience. Height

diameter

Room

D.

Cylindrical liliation vase, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation outlined in black.

Ornamentatiox

of sphcriml fop, similar to that of Xo. 4G20G.

Boirl, similar to that of


is

Xo. 40206, except that aroimd the circumference, at


Iiy

tlie

base,

a row of rectangles, surmomited


GL.tVZE.

band

nf Jilack dots.

Quality of

medium;

colour,

medium

lilue.

Broken into several pieces (two


Stopper.

sides

and part

of top missing).

Blue glazed
X"o.

faience.

Height
Vase

-O-'i.

Diameter

-0.5.

Sinular to that of

4620G.

46211.

Cylindrical

Libation

[ii]. Blue

glazed

faience. Height
D.

'11.

Maximum
of qj/ierical top
;

diameter

12.

Room

Cylindrical libation vase, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation outlined in black.

Oexamextatiox

and

howl, similar to that of X"o. 4G206.

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,
of top

medium
and

blue.

Broken into many pieces (part

sides missing).

46212.

Cylindrical
(

Libation

Vase [12]. Blue glazed


diameter

faience. Height
D.
oiitlineil in black.

'12.

]\]aximiuu

'12.

R,oom

Cylindrical libation vase, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation

Orxamextatiox
]iov:l,

of S2oherical top, similar to that of X'o. 46206.


of zigzag lines,

around the circumference are three rows


in the centre

arranged vertically,
IV, written in a

and interrupted

by the prenomen

of Tlioutraosis

rectangular panel.
(^tUALiTY OF Glaze,

Arcjund the circumference, at the l>ottom,is a liand of rectangles.


colour,

medium;

medium

blue.

liroken into several pieces (parts missing).

Stopper.

Blue glazed
tliat of X'o.

faience.

Height

-0.". Diameter

-05.

Similar to

46209.

CYI.INDKIOAI. IJISAIION

VASEri.

63

46213.

Cylindrical Libation Vase [13]. Blue glazed iuience. Maxiumm


diameter U
Cylindrical liUitimi

'11.

llooiu D.
faii'iK^c, witli ui-iianu'iilalidii (iiilliiied

\-ase,

in lilue glazuil
/lip

iu lilack.

Ou.XAMEXTATIiiN

iif

spherical

and

l/ai'i.

similar to No. 4G-I1L'.


lihu".

Quality of Glazk. medium:


Broken (three
jiieces of

colour,

medium

the

side.s

and hottom

only).

46214.

Cylindrical Libation Vase

[l

4]. Blue glazed faience. Chamber

3.

Cylindrical libation vase, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation outlined iu black.

(_)hxamkxtation of sphrricrd fop and


(,)rALLTV OF Gl-VZE,

Ijiw/,

siuu^ar to Xo.
blue.

4(il'll'.

medium;

colour,

medium

Broken (fragments missing from top ami

side.s).

46215.

Cylindrical
U

Libation
I)

Vase [15]. Blue

glazed

faience. Height

-12.

Diameter
two
lines

-145.

Room

D.

Cylindrical libation vase, in blue glazed faience, witli ornanienlalion outlined in black.

(Jknamentatkjn
i<V('.V,

of qihcrkal top, similar to that of

Xo.

4G:^0ti.

plain, except

running around the circumference at the

top,

and a thick

line round the bottom.

()UAi.riv OK (4laze,

medium;

colour,

medium

lilue.

Xearly complete (fragment

of side missing).

46216.

Cylindrical
()

Libation

Vase [IG]. Blue

glazed

faience.- Height

-105.

Diameter
va.se,

'14.

lloom
blue.

D.

Cylindrical liliation

in blue glazed faience, with ornamentaiion outlined in black.

(IKX.V.MEXTATIOX of spherical tup and hoid, similar to tliat of Xo. 4o-!lo.

Quality of Glaze, medium


Two-tliirds of side wanting.

colour,

medium

46217.

Cylindrical Libation Vase


diameter U

[17].

-Blue glazed faience. Maximum

-Vlb.

Kuom

D.

black. Cylindrical libaticjn vase, in l.due glaze<l faience, with ornamentati.m outlined in

Okxamextation

Spherical

top.

Arranged around the opening


two black
lines.

is

a row of rounded

pet lis, alternating with sharply pointed ones.


(2) a In-oad plain blue baud,
Jj'oicl,

Outside this a.'e (Ij

two black hues,

and

(o)

plain.

(JuALriT OF Glaze,

medium

colour,

medium

blue.

Broke.

(pieces of top,

bottom and sides missing).

64

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAllMv


Cylindrical

46218.

Libation

Vase
diameter

[i

8]. Blue

glazed

taieuce. Height

-liZ.

Maximum
:

'lO.

Room D. Plate XX.


lilack.
ia

Cylindrical libation vase, in blue glazed

t'a'ience,

with (ii'nanientation outlined in


a naiiuw
tuii

Oenamentation
of short

Sphcricnl

top.

Avuund the

(ipening

lilue

hand and a row

round-topped

petals.

Dividing the spherical

fnuu the Ijowl are two

black

lines.

Bowl, similar to Xo. 46200.

QUAUTV
Broken.

OF Glaze,

medium

cohmr,

medium

blue.

Fragment

of Imttoni missing (otherwise conqilete).

Stopper.

P.lue
Very

glazed faience.

Height

'05.

Diameter

-O.^.

In the shape of an inverted lutus Hower with


ape.x.

liairy sep:ds,

and a Idack spot im the

fine glaze.

Cylindrical
(t

Libation

Vase

[lo].

Blue

glazed
3.

faience.

Height

1-2.

Diameter
va.se, in

"10.

Chamber

Cylindrical libation

blue glazed
toil
'^'"-'^

t'a'ience,

with nrnamentation outlined in black.

OliXAMEXTATluX

of splurical

hoiul,

similar to that of No. 18, except that the


:

prenomen
Quality of

of

Thontmosis IV

is

written in a cartouche, thus

,,^,,^

'

I-

Cl.-\ze,

medium

colour,

mediuiu blue.

Bnjken into

se\'eral jiieces

(bottom and parts of sides nnssing).

[Davis Collection.]

46219.

Cylindrical

Libation

Vase [20].~Blue

glazed

faience.

Height

]!.

Diameter
of qilieriatl top

m
and

'10.

Room

D.

Cylindrical libation vase, in blue glazed fa'ience, with ornamentation outlined in black.

Oknamextatiox

hoicl,

similar to No. [19].

Quality of Glaze, poor;


Broken
into se\eral pieces

colour, lightish blue.


:

nearly complete.

Stopper.

Blue glazed
of

faience.

Height

ni

O-l.j.

Diameter

04."i.

In the shape

an inverted lotus Hower, with a black spot on the

ape.x.

46220.

Cylindrical Libation Vase

[21].
4.

Blue

glazed

faience.

Diameter

"lU.

Chambers
Spherical top

and

Cylindrical libation vase, in lilue glazed fa'ience, with (Jinamentation outlined in black.

Okxamextatiox.
lluir/.

missing.

similar to No. [19], e.xcept that the

prenomen

of

Thontmosis

is

written

between the scales of the pattern and not in a panel.

PLATE XX

LIBATION VASES,

CYLINDRICAL LIBATION VASES.


QuAlJTV OF Glaze,
Broken
iiiediuin
:

Co

cdlour, nieiliinu
(S])]ierieal

Mue.

into several pieces.

top and ]iarts of sides missing.)


ni 04.".

Stopper.

r>lue

^lazeil faience.

Heiglit

Diameter

-045.

Similar to that of Xo. 40219.

Cylindrical

Libation Vase
o.

[22].

Blue

glazed faience.

Diameter

m
Cylindrical
black.

'10. e'liamber
liliatiiai

vase, in lilue glazed faience,

ornamented

witli designs ontlinoii in

(liiNAMENTATiox
Bold, anjimd

SpJicrintl top, similar to that of

No. 40218.
(if

the

circumference are two liamls

equal height nf
i){

nrnamentatinn,

consisting of (1) three rows of scales, and (2) a row


Jj\-signs.
it is

V-signs. :ilternating with


tliis

In the front of the bowl a vertical column interrupts


'^'^
|

decoration

in

written the prenonien of Thnutmosis


CiLA^K,

,, ^

1-

QUAiJTV OF

medium

colour, metlium blue.

Eight pieces of the top and


Stopper.

sides.

Blue glazed

faience.

Height

04."!.

Diameter

045.

Similar to that of Xo. 4G220.


[Davis Collection.]

46221.

Cylindrical
ni
-12.

Libation

Vase

[23]. Blue

glazed

faience. Heiglit
D.
liesigns outlined in

Maximum
:

diameter

-11.

Room

Cj'lindrical libation vase, in blue glazed faience,

ornamented with

black.

Oenamentatiox
row
of dots

Sphcrif(d top.
is

Around the opening


and
in the

are two lilack lines, and the


lines,

remaining part

divided into four quarters by double vertical black


side,

having a

on either

outline lotus flowers,

compartments thus formetl are drawn in with pointed hairy sepals. Separating the spherical top from

the liowl are two black lines.


Bou-l,

around the circumference at the top


beneath which are double black
lines.

is

a l)and composed of three rows of

scales,

Below

this tlie circumference of the

bowl

is

divided into four plain panels, ly

doulile vertical lines continued

from the
is

spherical top, with dots on either side.

Interrupting the designs on the bowl

column

of hieroglyphs giving the prenonien of


side.

Thoutmosis lA

^ ^

with double lines on either

Bound

the liase of the liowl

is

a thick black line.


colmir,

Quality of Glaze, medium

medium

blue.

Broken into several pieces (parts


Oata?.

of sides

and bottom missing).


9

du Musn',

11.

46001.

on

CATALUGLE

HL'

muske du

caike.

46222.

Spherical top of a cylindrical Libation Vase [-'4]. Blue glazed liuom 1). ]u '09. Diameter faience.

Siilirrioil top of a cyliiiilrieal lilialinn vase, in


iiutliiu'd in black.

liliic

u'lazcd faience, witli

onunnentatinn

Oi;XAMENTATli)X

An

inverted Idtus Hnwer with nai-mw

and pointed

liairy

sepals

and

petals,

(^ir.vi.irv

OF Gl.vzk, niedinin

culdur,

medium Mue.

46223.

Spherical top of a cylindrical Libation Vase m '09. Chamber :;. Diameter faience.

[25].

Blue glazed

J^jilirrii-n/

top of a cylindrical

liliation vase, in

Mue

glazed

faienci',

with ornamentation

outlined in Mack'.

OknamentatiiiX
QfAl.lTV OF

An

inverted lolus Hower with ]iointed ]ietals and


:

se]ials.

Cii.AZK,

meilium

colour,

medium

blue.

Spherical top of a cylindrical Libation Vase m '10. Boom D. Diameter faience.

[26].

Blue

glazed

(>

Sjtlii'riral toji of

a cylindrical lihation

va.se, in

Mue

glazed faience, with ornamentation

outlined in black.
(

)i;XA:\rKXTATi()X

Lotus flowers with hairy pointed sepals.

alternatiiiL''

with loins Imds.

QfAi.rrv OF (rLAZE.
[Da^is Collection.]

medium

colour, meilium blue.

46224.

Spherical top of a Cylindrical Libation Vase [27]. Blue glazed m '\0. Bourn D. Diameter faience.

(J

Spherical top of a cylindrical libation vase, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation

outlined in black.

OrtXAMEXTATlOX

Eound

the opening
is

is

a row of twelve round-lo]i]ied

jietals.

forming

a large rosette.
petals.

Outside this

a curved line ami a second

row

of slioit

narrow

QuAT.Frv OF Gi.AZE,

medium

colour,

medium

blue.

Cylindrical

Libation -10. Diameter

Vase

[28].

1)95.

Boom

Blue

glazed

faience.

Height

D. Plate XX

[28, 28(y].

tJylindrical libation vase, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation outlined in black.

OltXAMEXTATlOX
Boivl, plain,

Sj^hcrical top, ]ilaiir


its

except for a vertical line of hieroglyphs running down


]
I

centre,

and

readurc; reading

: :

T 1

G (^
^^^^

CYUNDIIICAL LIBATION VASES.


QUAI/ITY HF (ii.AZE.
iiieiiiiun
;

67

C(ili,iur. iiii'iliiini

IjIuo.

Broken into several


[Davis
C'cilloetion.]

jiieees

(nearly cnniiilele).

46225.

Cylindrical
111

Libation

Vase

[2S)].

Blue
m
'GO.

glazed

faience.
I).

Height
in black.

'OOj.

Maximum
Mue

diameter

lloom

Cvlintlrieal lihalidii vase, in

j^lazeil faiVnee,
hoi'-/,

with nrnanieniatiuii (luilined

OKX.iMKNTATlON
Qi'ALiTY of

of sp/ierical top

and

similar to Xo. [-S].


liliie.

(ir.AZF., ineiliuiii;

I'olciiir,

medinni

Broken into several pieces (nearly complete).

68

CATALOGUE DU MUSEB DU CAIRE.

14.

f-SHAPED VASES.
faience.

46226.

Vase
U

[l].

Blue glazed

Height

"26.

Maximum diameter

-07. Room

D. Plate

XXI.

-Shaped

vase, in l>lue glazed fa'ieuee.


in l:ilack outline
-1-

Okxamextation

Z?}j,

a tluck black line runs around the

riui.

jVcrl\

a row of alternate

and

T signs.

L'oirl (1)

an inverted lotus Mower, with sharply-

pouded
column

sepals

and

petals, the

former lined to represent veiaing; (2) front, a douMe


:

of hieroglyphs, reading
is

^ [^fj] f/\^^:^^|!-^t^(j(]are nine horizontal rows of scales

This double column

enclosed on either side by black vertical lines, and then, on


tlie

the sides and back of

^ase,

alternately
;

arranged

(3) a

baud of rectangles.

Foot (1) five rows of zigzag lines

(2)

an

inverted lotus Hower, with sharply-pointed sepals and petals, the latter lined to
rejiresent veiniug: (3) a thick l)lack line runs

around the rim.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, a
;

medium

l:ilue.

Broken

into four pieces (complete)

the neck has l)een anciently mended.

Stopper.

Pdue glazed
fair

faience.

Heiglit

(J

-OG.

]\Iaxinnim diameter

-OC.

In the form of an inverted lotus Hower, with sepals and petals outlined in

lilack.

Quality of Glaze,

colour, a

medium

blue.

46227.

Fragments of a Vase
Two
pieces of a y -shaped
:

[2].

Blue
line

glazed faience.
;

Room
rim.

D.

\'ase, in

blue glazed faience

the entire bowl wanting.


tlie
A''ccl;

Oexamextatiok
Ideroglyphs.

Zyj, a

thick

Ijlack

rims around

row of

Foot, similar to that of No. 46226.


;

Quality of Glaze, poor

colour,

medium

blue.

Eemains

of

papjTus strip bindings are

still

attached to the neck.

46228.

Fragments of a Vase
Two
pieces of a
:

[3].

Blue
to

glazed faience.
;

Room

D.

-shaped vase, in blue glazed faience

the entire bowl wanting.


Foot, sinular to that of

Orxamextatiox
No. 46226.

Lip and

7iccJc,

similar

No. 46227.

Quality or Glaze, medium

colour,

medium
still

blue.

Eemains

of

papyrus strip bindings are

attached to the neck. The neck also shows

traces of ancient mending.

PLATE XKl.

rCO

w
CD

< >

VASES.

69

46229.

Foot of a Vase

[4].

Blue
;

glazed faience.Room D.
of

Foot of a vase, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation similar to that

No. 46226.

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

blue.

Vase

[5].

Blue
m
lilue

glazed
-075.

fa'ieuce.

diameter
-shaped vase, in

Room
:

Height D. Plate XXI

m
[5].

-255.

Maximum

glazed faience.
Z?^),

Okxamentatiox
circumference.

in black outline

a thick black line rvms around the rim.

Neck,

three rows of zigzag lines, beneath which are three black lines running round the

Bovl

(1) an inverted lotus flower with pointed sepals

and

petals,

the former lined to represent veining;

(2) front, a double line of hieroglyphs,

This double column

is

enclosed on either side by black vertical lines, and then on

the sides and back of the vase are () a band of lotus flowers alternating witli lotus
buds, both inverted, and {b) four rows of scales
:

(3) plain

band

of blue.

Foot, seven

vertical columns of zigzag lines, each colmiin divided by double vertical lines.

thick black line runs round the rim of foot.

Quality of Glaze, very good


Five pieces (incomplete).

colour,

medium

l>lue.

Stopper.

Blue glazed
of

faience.

Height

ni -065.

Maximum diameter

-06.

In the form of an inverted lotus flower, with sepals and petals outlined in black, with
at the top

an eight-petaled

rosette.

Eemains

papyrus

strip binding are attached to the stopper.

[Davis Collection.]

46230.

Fragments of a Vase [G]. Blue


Two

glazed faience. Room D.


;

pieces of a 5 -shaped vase, in blue glazed faience


:

the entire bowl missing. Neck,

ORXAilENTATiOX in black outline


a row of drop-shaped pendants.

it>, a thick black line runs aroimd the rim.


Foot, similar to that of No. [5].

Quality of Glaze, poor

colour,

medium
still

blue.

Eemains

of

papyrus strip binding are

attached to the neck.

46231.

Foot of a Vase [7]. Blue glazed faience. Room D.


Foot of a
V

-shaped vase, in blue glazed faience.


:

Oknamentatiox
Quality of

Similar to that of No.

[.5].

Gl.vze,

medium

colour,

medium

blue

70

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.


Foot of a Vase [8]. Blue glazed foience. Koom D.
Form
of a

46232.

-shapeil vase, in lilue .^lazed faience.


:

Ornamentation

Similar to

tliat of

Xo.

[5j.

Quality of Glaze, medium;

colour,

medium

blue.

46233.

Foot of a Vase
Foot of

[O].

Blue

glazed foieuce.

Boom

D.

-shaped vase,
:

in lilue o'lazed faience.

JRNAIIENTATION

Similar to that of No.


;

[5].

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

blue.

46234.

Foot of a Vase
Foot of a
Y

[lO].

Blue

glazed faience.

Koom

D.

-shaped vase, in blue


:

u;lazed faience.
[o].

Ornamentation

Similar to that of Xo.


;

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

blue.

46235.

Foot of a Vase
Foot of a

[ll].

Blue

glazed faience.

Eoom

D.

-shaped vase,
:

in blue glazeil faience.

Ornamentation

Similar to that of No.


;

[5].

Quality of Glaze, poor

colour,

medium

blue.

46236.

Vase [12]. Blue


diameter
-shaped vase, in

glazed

faience. Height
D.

-205. Maximum

m
Ijlue

"075.

Room

glazed faience.

Ornamentation
and
l)road

in l)lack outline:

Lq\
a

missing.

Neck, three rows of scales.

Bowl,

(1) an inverted lotus flower, with sharply-pointed sepals and petals; (2) a plain

band with,

in

front,

double

column

of
is

hieroglyphs,

reading

^ ll "^^^ fa ^
vertical lines
;

(li

^T

This double column

enclosed on either side

by black

(3) a second plain band, divided

from the upper one by

a double black line, running round the circumference of the vase.


this is a

At

the base of

narrow row of diamond-shaped lozenges.

Foot,

an inverted lotus flower

with sharply-pointed sepals and petals, the former lined to represent veining.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, a

medium

blue.
for

Broken

into several pieces,

and with remains of ancient blue paste

mending.

VASES.

71

46237.

Fragments of a Vase [13]. Blue


Two
pieces of a

glazed ftvieuce. K..on. D.


;

-shaiied vase, ia
in black outline
:

liliie

glazed faieuce

tlie

entire bowl wautint,'.


K,r]:,

Okxamextatiox
a

Lip, a thick Idack line nuis around the rim.


Funf,

row
12.

of i)eudent

roundish petals.

an inverted lotus Hower, sinnlar to

Xo.

QuALiiY OF Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

blue.
foot.

Eemains

of a

papyrus

l.iindiug are still

attached to the neck and

46238.

Fragments of a Vase [14]. Blue


Two
pieces of the neck

glazed faience.Boom D.
bowl

and

foot of a vase, in blue glazed faience; the entire

wanting.

Orxamentatiox
Quality
oi-'

Similar to Xo. 4G2:!7.

Glaze,

medium

colour,

medium

blue.

Much

destroyed.

46239.

Vase

[15].

Blue
m
'07.

glazed

faience.

diameter
-shaped vase,

Room

Height

ni

-24.

Maximum

D.
with ornamentation in
lilack outline.

in blue glazed faience,


Z;j7,

Oexamext.vtiox

wanting.
(1)

Xn-l, a

row

of

drop-shaped pendants.
(2) a

Bovl, running

round the upper part are


lines,

two black Hues,


Beneath
of the

and

(4) a

band

of rectangles.

this is a broad

narrow zigzag Hue, (3) two black band of lotus petals in


a

black, then a

narrow double row

of rectangles,

and

narrow liaud

of semicircles

outlined in black.

The lower part

bowl

is

plain sa^e for double lines runninu


is

round the centre.


,

Interrupting these doulde lines on one side


in a cartouche

the

prenomen
Foot,

of

Thouthmosis 1\ written

within

rectangular panel.

an

inverted lotus Hower with dotted sepals.

Quality of Glaze, good


Complete, save for the

colour,

meilium blue.
wanting.

lip,

winch

is

46240.

Vase

[16]. Blue

glazed

flVience. Height

-27. Maximum

diameter,

-09.Room

D. Plate

XXI.
outline.

-shaped vase, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation in black

Orxamextatiox
petals

Lip, a thick black line runs around the rim.


Bou:!, (1) a

Xi:d\ plain save fur


of inverted lotus

double lines running round top and bottom.

row

and

sepals, (2) a double black line, (o) a plain

band

of blue, with,

on the

front, the

nomen and prenomen

of

Thoutmosis
^Vj^
(

I"\',

written within a rectangular


P j-

panel surmounted by a F=q-.sigii.


base of this panel
is

,iiL,

^ |1 "^^ fs .^ s I
row

At the

a double line enclosing a

of rectangles, wdiich runs right

72

CATALOGUE
round the circumference

1)U

MUSISE DU CAIRE.
(4)

of the

bowl.

plain baml.

Foot, an inverted lotus

flower witli sharply pointed petals.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

medium

blue, discoloured in places.

Broken into three pieces (complete) and anciently mended.


Stopper.

Blue glazed

faience.

Height

-06.

Maximum diameter

-065.

In the form of an inverted lotus flower.

46241.

Fragments of a Vase
Four pieces
outline.
(

[17].

Blue

glazed faience.

Room

D.

of a

-shaped

vase, in blue glazed faience,

with ornamentation in black

)rxamen'TATIOX

Lip, rim, black.

Neck, plain save for a double line running round

the circumferences at the centre.

Separating the neck fnjm the bowl are three


petal.s, (2)

black

lines.

Bowl, (1) a row of inverted lotus

a broad blue Ijand with,

on the front of the vase, the following

in.scription,

enclosed

a rectangular panel

Foot,

an inverted lotus flower with sharply-pointed petals.


Gl^vze,

Q0ALITY OY

medium

colour,

medium

blue.

46242.

Foot of a Vase
Foot of a

[l

8]. Blue glazed faience.Room D.


faience.

-shaped vase, in blue glazed


:

Oenajientatiox

similar to that of No. 46241.


;

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

blue.

Broken

into

two pieces

anciently mended.

46243.

Foot of a Vase
Foot of a

[19].

Blue

glazed faience.

Room

D.

-shaped vase, in blue glazed faience.


:

Oexamextation

similar to that of No. 46241.


;

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

blue.

46244.

Vase

[20].

Blue
m
Lip, a

glazed

faience.

Height
XXII.

-185.

Maximum
Bowl,
of

diameter

-06. Room

D. Plate

-shaped vase, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation in black outline.

Ornamextatiox
without

band
but

of black

runs around the rim.


in

Xcd-, plain. the

ornamentation,

inscribed

the

front
Foot, a

witli

prenomen

Thoutmosis IV, enclosed in a rectangular panel.


the rim.

band

of black runs

around

PLATE XXn

"M
CO CO
,ei-i'S**;
.

'^'t*^

VASES.
Quality of Glaze, poor;
J')roken into

7a

colom-, pale lilue.

twu pieces (complete).

Stopper.
In

lihie glazed fa'ieuee. of

Height

iii

-04.

^[axiiiiniii iliameter

in

()'<.

tlic t'orni

an inverted

lotu.s flower,

Imt witliont ornnnientatinn.

Vase

[21].

Blue
m
in
lilue

y,lazed

faience.

diameter
-shaped vase,
No. 46244.

'OG.

Koom
gla/.('(l

Height

()

in

-185.

Ma.\iiiiuiu

D.
with
(iniaiaentalinu

fa'ience,

similar

to

that

of'

Quality of Glaze, poor


Broken, hut ciimplete.

colonr, pale blue.

Bears remains of papyrus hinding un the


Stopper.

nei.-k

ami stopper.
04.

Blue glazed

faience.

Height

^Maximum diameter

-03.

In the form of an inverted lotus Hower. but witliuut urnamentatinn.


[Davis Collection.]

46245.

Vase

[22].

Blue
m
in

glazed

faience.

diameter
-shaped vase,
Xo. 46244.
(l'uality

'06.

Tioom
glazed

Height

85. Maxinunn

D.
with ornamentatinn
similar
to

blue

faience,

that

of

of Glaze, poor; colour, medium blue.

Stopper.

Blue glazed
[23].

faience.

Height

-O:".^.

Maximum diameter
U

-04.".

In the form of an inverted lotus flower, witliout ornamentation.

46246.

Vase

Blue
m
l>lue

glazed

faience. Height
3.

-185.

diameter
-shaped vase, in
N(.i.

'06.

Chamber
glazed

Maxmimn
to

faience,

with ornamentation similar

that

of

46244.
colour,

Quality of Glaze, poor:


Three pieces; lower part
Stopper.

medium

blue.

of

bowl wanting.

Bine glazed

faience.

Height

035.

Maxinunn diameter
m

045.

In the form of an inverted lotus flower, without ornamentation.

46247.

Vase [24]. Blue


diameter

glazed

faience. Height
D.

-185. Maximum

06.

lioom
glazed

-shaped vase, in Idue


No. 46244.

faience,

with ornamentation similar

to

that

of

Quality of Glaze,
Complete.
Cut"!,

poor, liadly discoloured: colour,

medium

lilue.

du Muse';

n.

46001.

10

74

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

46248.

Vase

[25].

Blue
m
in
0(3.

glazed

faience.

Height

'18.

--Maximum

diameter
-shaped vase,
No. 4G244.

Room
glazed

D.
witli

Mue

faience,

uniamentatinn

similar

to

that

of

Quality of

G-l.\ze, inior

colour,

niedium hlue.

Eeinains of j^aiivvus liinding on fodt and

nmnd

neck.

46249.

Vase

[26].

Blue
m
in

glazed

faience.

diameter
-shaped vase,
Xo. 4G244.

"06.

Room
glazed

Height

-18. Maximum

D.
with nriuiinentation
siiuilav

hlue

fa'ience,

to

that

of

QuAi.rrv of Glaze, poor

coLiur, niediuiu blue.

46250.

Vase

[27].

Blue
m
in

glazed

taience.

Height

-18.

Ma.ximum
to

diameter
-shaped vase,
No. 46244.

'055.

Room

D.
with
ornanientatioii

hlue

glazed

faience,

similar

that

of

Quality of Glaze,

jioor; cdldur,

meilium

lilue.

Eeinains of pajiyrus Irinding on foot and around neck.

46251.

Foot of a Vase [28]. Blue glazed faience. Room


Foot of a
sliapeil vase, in lilue

I).

glazed faience, similar to that of No. 4(i244.

Quality of Glaze, poor;

colour,

medium

hlue.

46252.

Foot of a Vase [29]. Blue glazed faience. Room D.


Foot of a
-shaped vase, in hlue glazed faience, similar to that of No. 40244.
enlour,

Quality of Glaze, poor:

mediiuu hlue.

46253.

Vase

[30].

Blue
m
Lij},

glazed

faience.

diameter
-shaped vase,

VG.

Room

D.

Plate
(3)

Height
XXH.

'lo.

Maximum

in hlue glazed faience,


:

with ornamentation in hlaek.


line

Ornamentatiox
lilack lines. of

a,

thick

l.ilack

runs around the rim.

J\''(7,',

jilaiii.

JJoivl,

(1) a riiw of inverted lotus petals, (2)

and
is

bands

of plain lilue dixided liy dimlile

On

the front of hand 2


I

a rectangular panel enclosing the preu<iiiien

Thoutmosis IV,

,,??..

'

|-

J'oot,

an inverted lotus ilower.

VASES.
QUAI.ITV
oi''

75
((ilmir. iiioiliiim liluc.

Gi.AZE,

]iii(ir,

and

iiiucli staiiR'il;

Stopper.
Til
tilt'

lUue glazed
111'

faieiiee.

Hei,u,ht

-0-1:.

Jlaxiiiiuiii diainclcr

04.5.

I'lii'iii

an

iiix'rrti'il

lutus llnwcr.

46254.

Vase

[31].

Bke
m

glazed

faience.

diameter
slia]icil

'0(1.

TloDin

Heiolit

in

-105.

Maxinnmi

D.
with niiiauirntatinii
siii,L;l('

\asc,

ill

)iluo iilazed fa'ienee,


Liji.

in Iilai/k.

Oi'.x.uiENT.VTiOX
till'
ill

]ilain.

Xii/,\ a

line

runs

arniiinl

tlie

circinuference in

iiiiililli'.

Ji'cirl, (li\ iilt'il iiitii


i.s

I'liur liniail

liaiuls liy (Imililr lines niiiiiing


;

round

it

llu.'

mqier liand
Foot, plain.

row

ni

drini-slia]icd pendaiil.s

the lower three bands are

plain.

Quality of Glaze,

jiimr; coluur, nn'diuin lilne.

46255.

Vase

[o2].

Blue
m
Mue

glazed

faience.
1).

diameter
-slia[ied vase, in

'06.

Room

Hei.ulit

m
Mack.

-105.

Maxiniuiu

glazed faience, with iJinaiiientinn


XkI,-. plain.
it;

in

()i;xA>rKNTATiOX

Z71, wanting.

Bnid, di\iiled intn three broad bands


is
.1

bv

diiulile lines

running round

in

the uiiper liaud


Font, plain.
liluc.

rnw- uf

elimgated papj'rus

petals; the lower twn liaiuls are


(i)l;ality 01'
Li]i

jilain.

Glaze, pnor
nil.

culiiiu',

niedinni

bidken

46256.

Foot of a Vase [:13]. Blue glazed taience. Room D.


Foot of a
y

shaped vase, similar


cnlour,

tn that nf

Xn. 46255.

Quality of Glaze, pnor;

mediuui blue.

46257.

Vase

[34].

Blue
m

glazed

faience.

Height
XXII.

-175.

Maximum

diameter
y

-065. Room

D. Plate

-.shaped vase, in blue glazed faience, with nrnanientation in black.


:

Oexamentatiox
beneath.

Z()i.

around

its

circumference
the top
is

is

a row nf dots, with a double line

Xcrl\ plain.
line

L'owl, at

a band, sejiarated fmni the neck above

bv a double

and from the lower part

of the

bowl by a single

line,

composed of

a series of vertical straight lines alternating

with vertical zigzag


of hieroglyphs

lines.

Below

this

band the bowl


front,

is plain, save for a vertical

column

running down the


fmni the bow
1

and reading
l.iy

I
.

^^^^ 1_=!

M W

Foot, a liroad band, divided


lines,

above

double

lines,

and

fnnii tlie

rim below- by double

enclosing a series of

vertical straight lines alternating with vertical zigzag lines.


10.

76

CATALOGUE DU MUSKE DU
Quality of Glaze, mediiuu Broken
;

CAIKE.

colour, lightisli Ijlue.

into three pieces (coniiilete).

Stopper.

Blue

glazed

fa'ienee.

Height
;

ni

-03.

Maxinumi
Ijlack.
is

iliaineter

-O'l.

Pidimi D.

Bell-shaped stupper, in
lines

Itlue
its

glazed faience, ornamented in

^Vt

the top are tour

running round
of a

circumference
ni
;

the centre part

plain, wliile

below
line.

is

baml cimiposed

row

dnip-shaped jjendants hanging from a double


colour, lightish lilue.

QrAi.iTY OF Glaze,

mechum

Vase

[35].

Blue
in
'06.

glazed

faience.

Height

'l?.

Maximiiiu

diameter

Room
;(/-'/,

D.

-shaped vase, in blue glazed faience, with urnamentatiou in black.

Orxamentatiox
row
of

Lij)

and

plain.

Boirl. at the top is a band, separated

tiuni

the

neck above and fmni

tlie

luwer part of the

Viowl

by

single lines,

coinpused of a
this

double vertical lines enclo.sing long, drop-sliaped pendants.

Below

band

the IkjwI is plain, save for a vertical colunni of hieroglyphs on its I'ront, similar to
that on No. 46257.
tips of the petals.

Foot,

an inverted lotus flower, with curved lines Itetween the

Quality of
Stopper.

Gl.^ze,

medium

colour,

medium

blue.

Blue

glazed faience.

Heiglit

-04.

I\Iaximum

diameter

045.

Eoom

D.

Bell-sliaped stopper, in blue glazed faience,


sliaped pendants, suspended

ornamented with a row

of

nine long, di-op-

from three lines running aroimd the

top.

[Davis Collection.]

46258.

Vase

[3G].

Blue

glazed

faience.

Height

'IGo.

Diameter

m
Y

-OG. Room D.
in Idue glazed faience,

-shaped vase,

with ornamentation in
b\it

lilack.

OenA-AIENTATIOx

JJ^',

plain.

Xcck, plain,
is

divided from the rim and bowl

l)y

double

lines.

Bowl, aroimd the top


line of the neck.

a row of drop-shaped pendants, suspended


tliis

from the lower

Below

row the bowl

is

plain, save for a

vertical colunai of liieroglyphs on

its front,

similar to that of Xo. 402.37.

Foof,

similar to that of Xo. [35].

Quality of Glaze, medium:

colour,

medium

blue.

46259.

Fragments of a Vase
Two
fragments
of the

[37].

Blue

glazed faience.

Room

D.
faience, with

neck and

foot of a

-shaped vase, in blue glazed

ornamentation in black.

VASES.
Orxamextation
:

77
Foot, a

Xai;

similar to that of No. 46257.

row

of straight liucK

arranged vertically, enclosing a row of dots between every

otlier line.

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

hlue.

46260.

Foot of a Vase [38]. Blue olazed faience. Room


Foot of a
-sliaped vase, similar to that of Xo.
4Gli.')7.

I).

46261.

Foot of a Vase [39]. Blue glazed faience. Room D.


Foot of a

-shaped vase, similar

to that of

Xo. 46250.

46262.

Vase

[40].

Blue
m
'06.

olazed

faience. Height
D.

"IG.- Maximum

diameter
-shaped vase,

Room

in blue glazed faience,

with ornameutalii.in in Mack.


but di\ided from the rim and bowl
of
liy

Oexamentation
double
lines.

Lip, plain.

X'-d-, plain,
is

Bowl, at the top

row

small drop-shaped pendants, suspended


is

from the lower

line of the neck.


its

Below

this

a line running horizontally round

the bowl just above


vertical

ma.xinnun circumference,
on
its front,

lieneath

it
X'"o.

is

plam, save for a


Foot, divided
is

cohunn

of hieroglyphs
);iy

similar to that of
of

34.

from the bowl aljove

a double

line,

from the lower one

w Inch

suspended a

row

of

drop-shaped pendants, which extend to midway down the front: then conies
it,

(1) a black line running horizontally round

(2) a plain band,

and

(3) a

row

of

QOQQQ immediately above the rim of the

foot.
l>lue.

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

46263.

Foot of a Vase
Foot of a

[4 1]. Blue glazed

faience.- Room D.

-sliaped vase, similar to that of No. 4G2G2.

46264.

Vase

[42].
-00.

m
y
X'l.i.

Blue Room
in

glazed D.
glazed

faience.

Height
is

-IGo.

Diameter
to

-shaped vase,

Idue

faience,

with

ornamentation

similar
foot.

that

of

46262, except that the oo^^oq decoration


:

wanting from the

Quality of Glaze, medium

c(.ilour,

medium

blue.

Stopper. JUue glazed

faience.

Height

-165. Maxinnim diameter

-06.

Eoom

D.

Bell-shaped stopper witli ornamentation similar to that of Xo. 46257.

78

CATAUxaE
Fragments of a Vase
Two
fnigiueiits
(jf

\)V

MUSEE DU

C'AIRE.

46265.

[48].

Blue

glazed faience.

Kooin

D.

the ueck and foot of a

-sliaped vase, in blue glazed faience, with

oniauieutatiou similai' to that nf Xo. 46:^64.


Ql'Al.iTV
01-'

Gl.\ze, iiiediuiu

nohiur. inediimi Idue.

46266.

Fragments of a Vase
Two
fragments uf the
need-:

[44j.

Blue

glazed faience. Pioom

L).

and

font uf a

-sliaped vase, ui blue glazed faience, with

ornainentatinu siniilav to that of Xd. 4G264.

46267.

Vase

[45].

Blue
m
in Iilue

glazed

faience.

diameter
-shaped
\'a.se,

-065.

Room D. Plate

Heigiit
XXII.

lu

'15.

IMaxinuini

glazed faience, with oinanieiitation in hlack.


thick hlack line runs

OliXAiiEXTATION

Z/y/, M

anmnd

it.

A'c/-, di\ iiled


its

from the

liii

above and frum the

bi>wl

below by a

horizciiital line

running round

circumference

within the band thus formed are seven double lines arranged

at

e(pial distances

from one

anutlier.

Bo/rl, at the toj) is a

row

of inverted lotu.s petals, extending

neaiiy halfway
Ixiwl

down
at the

the bowl.

Amund

the circumference, at the centre of the

and again

bottom

of the bowl, are double lines enclosing a


is

row

of black

and blue rectangles, while

in the broad plain band lietween


lines.

the prenomen of
Foot,

Thoutmosis IV, written vertically between the vertical


lilt lis

an inverted

tlower.
;

Quality of Glaze, medium


Broken
(inccjinplete).

Cdhuu-, meilium blue.

Stopper.

Iilue glazed faience. Height

'04.

^Liximuin diameter

"05.

Bell-shaped stopper in blue glazed faience without ornamentation.

46268.

Vase

[4G].

Blue
m

glazed

faience.
in

Height
in

-165.

Maximum

diameter

"OGS.

Found

well.

-shaped vase, in blue glazed faience, with nrnaiiientatinii

black

nutliiie.

Okxamextatiox
line

Zij), plain.
its

AWk, divided from the


:

lip

and bowl

b}'

a JKjrizontal
is

running roiind

circmufereuce

w ithin the band thus formed

row

of

vertical luies, alternating with zigzag lines vertically arranged,

Boirl, at the top is

a row of drop-shaped pendants with a curved line below tiiem.

At

tlie

greatest

diameter of the bowl

is
:

a horizontal double line, wliile another duuble line runs the broad band between
is

round the bottom

of

it

plain sa\e for the

prenomen

of

Thoutmosis TV. which


lines.

is

written on the front of the ^ase lietween double vertical

Foot, seven double lines arranged at ec|ual distances from one another.
:

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

Idue.

VASES

79

46269.

Vase

[47].

Blue

glazed

faience.

Maximum

diameter

<)

-065.

lioom D.
-sliaped vase, in bhie .^lazed faience, with iJiiianientatidn in Ijlaik
(.mi line.

Okxamextatiox
llie

Z;}',

lim, black.

XccV.-,

upper

part, plain

a
is

mw
a

of spots
of

between

horizontal lines around

tlie lioltoni.

Biwl, at the top

row

drop-shaped

pendants, with a curved line below them.


the bowd
tlie
is
is

little

l)eIow the greatest diameter of

a liorizontal double line,

with

zigziiij,-

line between.

The lower

half of

bowl

similar to that of Xo. 4G268.

Foot, similar to tiiat of Xo. 4ti268.

Three pieces (incomplete).

Quality of Glaze, medium:

colour,

medium

blue.

46270. Fragments of a Vase


Two
fra.>j;meuts of

[48].

Blue
y

glazed taieuce.

Room

D.

the neck and foot of a

-sha]ied vase, in blue glazed faience, with

ornamentation
OiiXA-MENT.VTiOX
:

in

black outline.

A7,-, similar to that of

Xo. 46l'G9.

Foot, m\ inverted

lotus flower

itli

liaiiy sejials.

QUALLI'V OF Glaze,

medium:

colour,

medium

blue.

46271.

Fragments of a Vase
Two
fragments
of the

[49].

Blue
of a

glazed tmence. Room D.


shaped vase,
in

neck and

fo(jt

blue glazed faience, with

ornamentation in black outline.

OliXAMENTATiox

Similar to that of Xo. 46270.


colour,

Quality of Glaze, medium;

medium

blue.

46272.

Foot of a Vase [50]. Blue glazed faience. Room D.


Foot
of a
Y

-shaped vase, siuular

to that of

Xo. J(j270.
blue.

Quality of Glaze, medium;

cohair,

medium

46273.

Foot of a Vase [51]. Blue glazed faience. Room D.


Foot of
a

shaped vase, sinnlar


;

to that of

Xo. 46267.
iilue.

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

46274.

Fragment of
Fragment
of the
fo(,it

foot of a
of a

Vase

[52].

Blue

glazed faience.

Room

D.

-shaped
ccilour,

vase, sinnlar to that of Xo. 46270.

Quality of

GL.tVZE,

medium;

medium

lilue.

80

CATALOGTE DV MUSEE DU

CAIIIE.

46275.

Fragment of a Vase [53]. Blue

glazed feicnce.

Maxinmm diameter
Xd.
4li2()9.

m
Fragment

-IK!.

Pioom
uiipt'i-

i).

of tlie

part

(if

-sluiped vase,

tsiiuilav

tn that of

Quality of Glaze, medinm

enlouv, meiliuiu lilue.

46276.

Fragment of a Vase Room I).

[-34].

Blue

glazed faience.

Diameter U m

'06.

Fragment

of the iipjier part of a

-sliapeil vase, simihir to

Xo. 462(i8.

Quality of Glazf, meilinm

ciJour, mi'ilium lihie.

46277.

Neck of a Vase
Neck
of a

[55].

Blue

glazed faience.

Room

T).

-shaped vase, similar to Xo. 4G267.


colour,

Quality of Glaze, poor;

medium Mue.

46278.

Fragment of a Vase
Fragment
of

[56],

Blue

glazed faience.
blue

Room
glazed

D.
faience,

the

lower part

of

-shaped vase,

in

with

ornamentation in hlack.

Okxajiextatiox

L'oirl,

rows of

scales,

having a hlack spot

at

base.

Fvnf, a

row

of

inverted and long pointed lotus petals.

Quality' of Glaze, good

colour, a tine rich hhie.

46279.

Fragments of a Vase
Two fraumentsof
Orxaiientatiox
neck, and
:

[57].

Blue
tlie

glazed faience.

Room

1).

-shaped vase, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation


running round
top
is

in black-.

JJoid,

a l)lack line, separating

it

from the

to this line is

suspended a row of long, drop-shaped pendants, with a

wa-s-y line lielow.

black line separates this upper band from the lower half of the
is

tiowl

and

foot,

which

ornamented with rows

of large scales

having a black

spiot at

the

tiase of each.
;

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, a tine blue.

46280.

Fragment
diameter
Fragment

of

a
'06.

Vase

[58].

Room

Blue
in

glazed

fateuce.

Maximum

D.
blue glazed faience, similar, with

of the upiper part of a

-shaped \ase,

ornamentation in black.

VASES.
<

81

liNAMEXTATiox:

iWr/',

amuiul

it

are seven ilcmMe vertical lines arranged at eijual

distances from one auother.


it

Buirl, runnint^is

nmnd

the top

is

a IJaek line separatinu'

from the neck, and to this line

suspended a row of drop-shaped pendants, with

a curved line below.


the
b(_iwl,

black line separates this upper band from the lower half of
witli inverted lotus petals,

v.hich

is

ornamented
:

QtJAi.iTY OF

Glaze, medium

colimr,

medium

lilue.

46281.

Fragment
diameter

of

a
'06.

Vase

[aO]. Blue
D.
-shaiied

glazed

faience. Maximuhi

Room

I'ragmeut of the up2)er part of a

\'ase,

in

blue

glazed

faience,

with

ornamentation in black.

UitXAMEXTATiox

/>/)*,

rim, black.

iWr/,',

armuid the circiuuference are


Boirl,

vertical lines
is

alternating with bitus iietals in


line separating
it

full

lilack.

running round the tup

a lilack
a,

from the neck, and below, covering the ujtper half


lotus petals in full black.

of the bowl, is

row

of long

and pointed inverted

Quality of

Gi-laze,

medium:

colour,

medium

blue.

46282.

Foot of a Vase [60]. Blue glazed faience. lloom D.


Foot
of a y

-shaped vase, in blue glazed faience, of a similar shape tn No. 4G278,

luil

without iirnamentatinn.
Ql'alitv of CtLAZE,

medium;

colour,

medium

lilue.

Cittid.

du

Muse'c, n. 40001.

82

CATALOGUE DD MUSEE DU CAIKE.

15.

STOPPERS OF VASES.
m
06.

46283.

Stopper of a Vase [l]. Blue glazed faience. Height m OG. Chamber 3. Maximum diameter

In

tlie

form

uf

an inverted lotus flower, with sepals ami petals outlined


:

in black.

Quality of Glaze, Lad

colour,

medium

blue.

46284.

Stopper of a Vase

[-].

Maximum

diameter

Bine glazed m Room D.


"06.

faience.

Height

'05

Form and ornamentation


Quality of

similar to Xo. 4G283.

(jlaze, bad; colour,

medium

Idue.

46285.

Stopper of a Vase

[3].

Blue
'005.

glazed

faience.

Height

-OG.--

Maximum

diameter

Room
blue.

D.

Form and ornamentation

similai' to
;

Xo.

-iCl'S;!.

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

46286.

Stopper of a Vase

[4].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed Room m


'07.

faience.
I).

Height

OG.

Form and oinamentation

similar to Xn. 46283.


colour,

Quality of Glaze, medium;

medium

blue.

46287.

Stopper of a Vase

[5].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed m Chamber


'OG.

faience.
3.

Height

m
its

'05.

In the form of an inverted lotus Hower, with a black line running round
diameter.

greatest

Quality of Glaze, good;

colnur,

medium

Ijlue.

46288.

Stopper of a Vase

[G].

Blue
'05 5.

glazed faience.

Height

-05.

Maximum

diameter

Room
blue.

D.

Form and ornamentation


Quality of Glaze, good
;

similar to Xo. 46287.


colour,

medium

STOPPERS OF VASES.

83

46289.

Stopper of a Vase

[7].

Blue
055.

glazed

foience. Heigiit
D.

-05.

Maximum
Form

diameter

Koom
liluc.

anil ornauiciilatiun similar to

Xo. 402S7.

Quality of Glaze,

t^ood

culour,

meilium

46290.

Stopper of a Vase [8]. Blue glazed foTence. Height

-05.

Maximum

diameter

"055.

Pioom
I

D.

Perm ami oniamentatinu

similar to No. 40287.


colour,

QuALrrv of Glaze, good;

meilium

ilue.

46291.

Stopper of a Vase

[9].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed m Boom D.


'05.

faience.

Height

-05.

Form ami ornamentation

similar to Xo. 4G287.


:

Quality of Glaze, medium

colom-, mediimi blue.

46292.

Stopper of a Vase

[lO].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed faience. Height m Chamber


'055.
3.

-05.

Form and ornamentation

.similar to
:

No. 46287.

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

blue.

46293.

Stopper of a Vase [ll]. Blue glazed faience. Height

"05.

Maximum
Form and

diameter

'Ooo.

Boom
blue.

D.

ornainentation similar to No. 4G287.


:

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

46294.

Stopper of a Vase

[12].

Maximum
Form
of

diameter

Blue glazed m Boom D.


'05.

faience.

Height

-05.-

ornamentation similar to No. 4G287.


Gl.aze,

Quality of

medium

colour,

medium

blue.

46295.

Stopper of a Vase

[13].

Blue
"055.

glazed faience.

Maximum

diameter

Boom
blue.

Height

045.-

D.

Form and ornamentation


QuALM'Y OF
GLiVZE,

similar to No. 40287.


;

medium

colour,

medium

11.

,s4

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIKE.


Stopper of a Vase [U].

46296.

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed m Room


'055.
tii

faieuce.

Height

-05.

D.

Ponii and urnaineiitatiim .similar


Ql'ality of Glaze, Diedium
;

No. 46287.

cnlcmv. nieilimu blue.

46297.

Stopper of a Vase [15]. Blue glazed faience. m '05. Room D. Maxinuim diameter

Height

045.

Fi 11111

and

iirnaiiientatimi siiiiilar
:

t(.>

No. 46287-

Ql'ALITY of Giaze, niediuiii

culouv, inediniii blue.

46298.

Stopper of a Vase [IG]. m Ma.ximum diameter

Blue glazed Room D.


'OS.

faieuce.

Height

04.

Fonii and oiiianientation similar to No. 46287.

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

due.

46299.

Stopper of a Vase
Ma.\iuium diameter

[17j.

Blue glazed m Room D.


QG.

taience.

Height

-05.

Form and ornamentation

similar to No. 46287.


:

Qualllv of CJlaze, medinm

cnlour,

medium

lilue.

46300.

Stopper of a Vase

[18].

Blue
'055.

glazed faience.

Height

05.

Maximum
Form and

diameter

Room
blue.

D.

urnanientatiiin similar to Nn. 46287.


;

Quality of Glaze, medium

cnlour,

medium

Stopper of a Vase

[l;']-

l^l"^ glazed faience.


"04.

Maximum

diameter

Room
blue.

Height

04.

D.

Form and ornamentation

similar to No. 46287.


colour,

Quality of Glaze, medium;


[Davis Collection.]

medium

Stopper of a Vase

[20].

Maximmn

diameter

Blue glazed m Room


"045.

faience.

Height

-04.

D.

Form and ornamentation

similar to No. 46287.


;

Quality of Glaze, rough


[Davis Collection.]

colour,

medium

blue.

STOPPERS OF VASKS.

85

46301.

Stopper of a Vase
^laxliniini
ilianieter

[I'l]. Bine glazed faience. Height

()G.

Room

04.

D.
and wjials
imilineil in lilack,

In

tlie fiinu nf

an iiivevled
its

lotu.s il<i\vev, wiLli petals

nml

a black line anmnil

greatest diameter.
colour, dark lilue.

Quality of (tlaze. very poor:

A
46302.

stri]i

lil'

ijaiiyrns jiiMi is Ixinnd roiuid the iMid of the sto]iper.

Stopper of a Vase [22]. Blue glazed faience. Height

Maximum

diameter

ni

0(3.

Room

-05.-

D.

In the form of an inverted lotus Hower, with petals and sepals outlined in vioh't.

Dots representing hairs are painted on the


greatest diameter.

sepals,

and a black

line runs

round

its

Quality of Glaze, good;

colour, light blue.

Stopper of a Vase [23]. Blue glazed faience. ^Maximum diameter m 'Ooo. Chamber 3.

Height

045.

In the form of an inverted lotus tiuwer, with petals and sepals outlined in

violet,

and

two

violet lines painted

round the top


(rcjugh)
:

of the flower.

Quality of Glaze, medium


[Davis Collection.]

colour meiliuiu blue.

46303.

Stopper of a Vase [24]. Bhie

gla/.ed

faience. Height O
D.

Maximum
represent hairs.

diameter

"05.

Room
blue.

045.

In the form of au inverted lotus flower, with sepals outlined in violet and dotted to

Quality of Gl^vze, good

colour

medium

46304.

Stopper of a Vase [25]. Blue glazed faience. Height

-05.

Maximum

diameter

^05.

Room

D.
vi(.)let.

In the form of an inverted lotus flower, with sepals faintly outlined in


<:j)i'ALiTY

OF Glaze, medium
jiitli is

colour, light l)lue.


of the stopper.

A
46305.

strip of ]ia2)yrus

bound round the end

Stopper of a Vase

[26].

Maximum
(very
faint).

diameter

Blue glazed faience. Height m Room D.


'05.

04.

In the form of an inverted lotus flower, with petals and sepals outlined in \iolet

Quality of Glaze, medium;

colour, darkish blue.

strip of

papyrus pith

is

bound

rouiul the

eml

of the stopper.

86

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

In

Stopper of a Vase

[-7].

Maximum
tlie

diameter

Blue glazed Room m


'055.

faience.

Height

'05.

D.
in lilack: the

form of an inverted lotus tlower, with petals and sepals outlined

sepals dotted to represent hairs.

Quality of Glaze, poor:


[Davis Collection.]

colour, very iwle lilue.

46306.

Stopper of a Vase [28]. Blue glazed

faience.

Maximum

diameter

'05.

Room

Height

-05.--

D.
in black
:

In the form of an in\-erted lotus tlower, with petals and sepals outlined
sepals dotted to represent hairs.

tlie

Quality of Glaze, good:

cohiur, light blue.

46307.

Stopper of a Vase [29]. Blue glazed faience. Height Maxinuun diameter m '045. Room D.

04.

In the form of an inverted lotus flower, with sepals outlined in Niolet and dutted to
represent hairs.

Quality of Glaze, poor:

colour,

medium

blue.

46308.

Stopper of a Vase

[30].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed m Room


"05.

faience. Height
D.

-045.

In the form of an inverted lotus tlower, witli .sepals roughly outlined iu lilack.

Quality of Glaze, good:

colour,

medium

lilue.

46309.

Stopper of a Vase [31]. Blue glazed

faience.

Maximum
In the form
of

diameter

'05.

Room
IjIuc.

Height

-05.

D.

an inverted lotus tlower, with sepals roughly outlined in greyish-lilack.


;

Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

medium
off.

The end

of the stopper is eliipped

46310.

Stopper of a Vase

[32].

-Blue glazed faience. Height


"05.

-04.-

Maximum

diameter

Room
blue.

D.

Form and ornamentation


Quality of Glaze, good;

similar to Xo. 46ol0.


colour,

medium

STOPPERS OF VASES.
46311.

87
-04.

Stopper of a Vase [3:3]. Blue glazed laience. Height

in

Maximum
Ill

diameter

04.

Room

D.

the fonii of an inverted IdIus Hnwev, willi sepals oiuliuecl in black, and doUed to
represent hairs.

Quality ok Glaze, good;

coluur,

niedium hlue.

46312.

Stopper of a Vase [04j. Blue glazed faience. Height

-045.

Maximum
Form and

diameter

"045.

lloom
lilue.

D.

ornaiuentation similar to X".

4ij:!ll^.

QtJALiTY OF Glaze, good; colour, mediuni

46313.

Stopper of a Vase [35]. Blue glazed faience. Height

-Ot.

Maximum

diameter

'045.

Room
hlue.

D.

Porni and ornamentation similar to No. 4G311'.


<JUALiTY OF Glaze, good: colour,

medhim

46314.

Stopper of a Vase [30]. Blue glazed faience. Height

Maximum

diameter

-045.

^Pvoom
blue.

-04.

D.

Form and ornamentation


Quality of Glaze, good
:

similar to Xo. 46312.


colour,

medium

46315.

Stopper of a Vase

[37].

Blue glazed faience. Height


()4.

-035.

Maximum
In the tVirm
lines.

diameter

Ptoom

D.

ui

an inverted lotus tlower, with ornamentation of thick twisted black

Quality of Glaze, good;

colour, ilark l)lue.

Stopper of a Vase

[38].

Blue
045.

glazed faience.
D.

Height

(U,-

Maximum

diameter

Room

In the form of an inverted lotus tlnwcr, with ornauientation in very faint grey

lines.

Quality of Glaze, good;

colour, a line

medium

blue.

The end

of the stopper is

broken

off.

[Davis Collection.]

,S8

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIKE.

Stopper of a Vase

[39].

Maxinmm
Fonu ami

diameter

Blue glazed m 04. Ptooni D.


Xi.i.

faience.

Height

04.

iji-uaiiientatioii

similar tn
coluur,

40'M'2.
tilue.

Quality of Glaze, good


[Davis Colluctioii.]

medium

Stopper of a Vase

[-lO].

Maximum
Form
anil

diameter U

Blue glazed faience.- Height m 04. Room U.


4(JolL'.

04.

uniamentation similar to X".


colour,

Quality of Glaze, good:

medium
off.

blue.

The end

of the stopper is

broken

[Da\is Collection.]

Stopper of a Vase

[41].

Maxnuum

diameter

Blue glazed m Roi>m


^045.

faience.

Heiglit

04.

D.

In form of an inverted lotus Hower, without ornamentation.

Quality of Glaze, poor;


[Davis Collection.]

colour, dark blue.

Stopper of a Vase

[4:^

J.

Maximum

diameter

BUie glazed m Room


045.
4(J."nL'.

faience.

Height

04.

D.

Form ami ornamentation

similar to No.
;

Quality of Glaze, medium


[Davis Collection.]

colour,

medium

blue.

Stopper of a Vase

[43].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed m Room D.


"05.

faience.

Height

045.--

In the form of an inverted lotus flower, with petals and sepals outlined
four rings in black round the calyx of the fluwer.

in black,

and

Quality of Glaze, good;

colour, dark blue.

The end

of the stopper

is

broken,

[Davis Collection.]

Stopper of a Vase

[44].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed m Room D.


'Oo.

faience.

Height

045.

Form and ornamentation


Quality of Glaze, good
[Davis Collection.]
;

similar to No. [4o].


colour, dark l)lue.

STOPPERS OF VASES.

89

Stopper of a Vase [45].^Blue glazed

faience.

Maximum

diameter

"05.

Koom
[-lo].

Hei-lit

04.5.

D.

Form and mnainentation


QrAi.iTY OF Glaze, tfood
[Davis Collection.]
:

similar to No.
colour,

dark

lilue.

Stopper of a Vase

[40].

Maximum

diameter

-Blue glazed faience. m "O."). Chamber 3.


[4.'^>],

Heiglit

-04.1.

Form and ornamentatiim


Quality of Glaze,
[Davis Collection.]
,nood
:

similar td Xu.
cdlnui-,

dark

lihu-.

Stopper of a Vase

[47].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed m lloom


'045.

faience.

Height

-05.

D.

In the form of an inverted lotus Hdwer, ornamented with fnur rings nunid the calyx
painted in black.

Quality of Glaze, good


[Davis Collection.]

coloui', a line

medium

blue.

Stopper of a Vase

[48].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed m Room


'045.

faience.

Height

-05.

D.

In the form of an inverted lotus tlowor, with sepals and petals outlined in black.

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,
ofl'.

good medium blue.

The end

of the stopper is

broken

[Davis Collection.]

46316.

Stopper of a Vase [49]. Blue glazed faience. Height

-035.

Maximum

diameter

'03.

Room

D.

In the form of an inverted lotus Hower, without ornamentation.

Quality of Glaze, bad

colour, dull blue.

The end

of the stopper

is

broken

oil.

46317.

Stopper of a Vase

[50].

Maximum
Form

diameter

Blue glazed m Room D.


'05.

faience.

Height

'045.

similar to Xo. 46317.


colour, dull blue.
12

Quality of Glaze, poor:


Oaial da
ifnsec, n. 46001.

90

CATALOGUE DU MUStE DU CAIRE.

Stopper of a Vase

[51].

Maximum
Fonn

diameter

Blue glazed m Ptoom D.


'05.

faience.-

Height

-045.

similar to Xo. 46317.


(tLAZE, poor
:

Quality of

colmir, dull hlue.

[Davis Collection.]

Stopper of a Vase [52]. m ^Maximum diametei'

Blue glazed Boom D.


'04.

taience.

Height

-05.

In the form of an inverted lotus flower, with


represent hairs.

sepal.^

ontlined in black, and dotted to

Hollow

inside.
:

Quality of Glaze, medium


[I)avis Collortiou.]

colour,

medium

blue.

Stopper of a Vase

[53].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed m Room D.


'04.

faience.

Height

ni

'05.

Form and ornamentation


Quality of Glaze, bad
[Davis Collection.]
:

siinilar to

No.

[52].

colour, dull blue.

Stopper of a Vase

[54].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed m lloom D.


1)4.

faience.

Height
stuck
into

in

'05.

Form and ornamentation


with wax.

similar to Xo. [52].


it,

Made

hollow, and the end of stopper


l.ieen

has hail papyrus pith twisted round

and then

the stopper

Quality of Glaze, medium


[Davis Collection.]

colour,

medium

blue.

Stopper of a Vase

[55].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed m Ptoom D.


'04.

faience.

Height

'05.

Form ami ornamentation

similar to Xo. [52].


;

Quality of Glaze, medium


[Davis Collection.]

colour,

medium

blue.

Stopper of a Vase

[56].

Maximum

diameter

Blue glazed m Room


'035.

faience.

Height

04.

D.

Form and ornamentation


Quality of
Gl^vze,

similar to No. [52].


;

medium

colour,

medium

blue.

[Davis Collection.]

STUPPEUb

Ui'

VASKS.
t;lazecl

91

Stopper of a Vase
Diameter U
in

Blue [57 055. Ilooni D.


J.

faience.

-Heiuiit n

-025.

In the form of three rings of


figure).

ditt'erent ilianicters su[K.'riniiiiisL'il

u|iiiii

each other (see

AVith liollow for insertinu nf the cml uf the stiipper.


oi''

Quality

GLA;iE, guod

colour, guoil nic(Uuni

lihio.

[Davis Collection.]

Stopper of a Vase
Breadth
lu
-O-Jo.

[58].

-Blue glazed faience.


D.
with
so[)als

Hei-lit U in '025.

Room

In the form of an inxerted lotus


(.Jl^vlity

H(i\vt'r,

and petals

(JiUlinrd in black.

of Glaze, good

colour, good

medium

filue.

[Davis Collection.]

Stopper of a Vase
Breadth

[o'J].

-Blue
D.
No.

i;lazed

fa'ieiice.

-025.

Room
g(j(id

Heii;ht

-025.

Form and ornamentation


<L>UALITV
01'

sinula.r to
;

["18].

Glaze,

goi.id

colour,

medium

Idue.

[Davis Collection.]

46318.

Stopper of a Vase [60]. Blue glazed feience. Height


Breadth

-025.

-025.

Pioom

D.

Form and ornamentation


QuALri'Y
01''

sinular to Xo. [oS].


:

Glaze, good

cohmr, gdud

medium Wue.

Stopper of a Vase
Breadth

[Gl].

Blue
I).

glazed faience.

Heiglit

-025.

-025. Room

Form and ornamentation


(^)UALITY
oi<"

similar to Xd. [38].


;

Glaze, good

colour,

good mcdiuui

l)lue.

[Davis Collection.]

46319.

Stopper of a Vase
Breadtli

[62].

-025.

Cliamljer

Blue

glazed faience.
3.

-Height

-025.

Form and

(irnameiitation similar to Xo. [58].

t^UALiTY OF Glaze, good; colour, good

medium

blue.

12.

02

UATALOUrE DU MUSEE DU

C'AIRE.

10.

LIBATION CUPS.
m
-07,

46320.

Libation Cup [l]. Blue glazed faience. Height m '09. Diameter at base m across iiinuth

-Diameter

'055.

Ill

llie fiiriii

of a \7-sliapecl cup,
:

with a

^'illlet

rim.
lilue.

Quality of Glaze, mediiim


Seven pieces (incomplete).

colour,

medium

Fir;.

i-I.

Fig.

4L

Fig. 43.

Libation Curs.

Libation Cup
across

[2].

mouth

Blue glazed m Diameter


'07.
cu]i, willi

faience.

Height
m
tlie

'07.

Diameter
41.

at liase

045.

See Fig.

In the form for K7-shaped


its

a \iolet rim ami four viclet lines running round

circumference, two lines near the top and two near


:

bottom.

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

lilue.

Broken into two pieces (complete).


[Davi.s Colloctioii.]

46321.

Libation Cup
across

[3].

mouth

Blue glazed Height m m Diameter at base m


faience.
"075.
to No. [2].
;

-065.

Diameter

'055.

Shape and ornamentation suuilar

Quality of Glaze, medium


Broken into

colour,

medium

lilue.

five pieces (complete).

LlHAl'lUN rUl'S.

93

46322.

Libation

Cup [4]. Blue

glazed feience.^Height
-

-07. Diameter

aeinss nioutli
Ill

'077.-

Diameter at base

m
rim ami

'Oo;!.

he

fiinii

III'

a ^7
[2].

shaped cup,

willi sliglitly pi-njeetiiii;'

liasc:

uniamentation

similar U> Xn.

QUALrrv OF

Gi^vze,

medium

coluur,

medium

blue.

Four pieces (incomplete).

46323.

Libation

Cup

[5].

across montli
In
t'lirm (if

Blue glazed Height m m Diameter at base m


faience.
"065.

-085.

Diameter

'045.

a \7 -slia]ied cup, with sli;4htly pnijectiiin rim


:

and

base.
\'iolet

Okxamentation
lines

rim and base violet: immediately


the circumference;
l)y

l.ielow

the rim two parallel

run

nmnd

in

the centre two

more

parallel violet lines,

di\ided on one side

a vertical column, running from the second line of top to


:

upper line

of ba.se, C(intainin the followinw inscription


'

^1

Around the lower part

of

the cup

is

a liaad of violet diamond-shaped lozenges,


vi<jlet lines.

di\ided above and below by two parallel

QuAi.rrY OF Glaze, good

colour, lightish blue.

Eight pieces (incomplete).

46324.

Libation Cup
across

[G].

mouth

Blue glazed m Diameter


'07.

faience.

Height
m

at base

'045.

Diameter Figure
-065.

42.

In the form of a

^-shaped

cup, witli violet rim.

Ai'ound the cup are three rows of

zigzag lines, divided from the rim and base by douljle violet lines.

Quality of Glaze, medium:


Broken into ten
pieces.

colour,

medium

blue.

46325.

Libation
across

Cup

[7].

month
\:7

Blue glazed m Diameter


'065.
:

faience.

Height
\n '04.

-OG.

at base

Figure

Diameter
43.
its

In the form of a

-shaped cup, with three rows of scale ornament running round


liy

circumference, divided from rim and base


(j)uality of Gr.AZE.

a single horizontal line.

mediiun

colour,

medium

blue.

Five pieces (incomplete).

i4

CATALOGUE UV MUSEE DU OAIRE.


Libation Cup
across
[8].

46326.

mouth

Blue glazed Height m Diameter at base m


foieuce.
"06.
tliree sets of

m
"04.

-075.

Diameter

In the funii ui a \7 -shaped cup, with

double lines ruiiuing inuiid the

circumference, one set near the rim, the second in the centre, and the third near
the base.

On

a fragment from the lower part of the side occurs


\vas

llie liieroglyiili

showing that on the missing side there


hieroglyphs givuig the

one or more vertical columns of

name and

titles nf

Thoutmrisis IV.

QuAUTY

OF Glaze, gdod; cnlnur. mediuu]

lilue.

Six pieces (incomplete).

'46327.

Libation
acro.ss

Cup

[9].--Blue glazed faience. Height

m
m

-005. Diameter

mouth
nf a
:

'OG-t.

Diameter

at

base

'

()42.

In the form

shaped cup.
a horizcmtal violet line,

Oen^UIESTATIOX

Immechately beldw the rim

around the

cu])

a row of reeds, alternating with lotus leaves, and near the base a hdvizdutal \ertical
line,

with broad vertical lines connecting


cdlour,

it

with the base.


blue.

Quality of Glaze, medium;


Five pieces (incomilete).

medium

46328.

Fragment of a Libation Cup [lO]. Blue


In form
proljabl}' similar to

glazed faience.
rim.

Xo.

[2].

I'lain, \\ith viulet

PLATE XKm.

VASES

95

17.

0-SHAPED VASES.
fo'ieiice.

Vase
(

[1].

Blue glazed
-105.
[1].

Height
]i]i

Diameter

across

m m

-34.

'OGo.

Maximum diameter Room D. Plate


divided

XXllI,
\-sli;iii('il
I

vase,

ill

bine glazeil faience, witli mnainentation in black outline.


Z//), violet.

OitXAMKXTATiON

JVcel;
lines.

a,

band

of inverted lotus petals,

yj'o^r/,

into lin-ee bands


lini'. is

by double

In the upper liand, hanging from the dividing


;

row
is

of inverted lotu.s

Howers alternating with buds

interrupting this

oi-nauiiMit

the preniJiuen nf 'i'liDutmosis IV, written vertically and in a cartouche,


I'he
is

__r.Li2u.^i|

seciind

l>aiid

is

plain,

Tlie

lower band, which forms the


lotus flower below.

bottom of the bowl,

plain aliove,
;

and has a large open

(Quality of CtLAZE, very good

colour, a tine blue.

Broken

into four pieces.

[Davis Collection.]

46329.

Vase

[2].

m
I

-07.

Height m Maximum diameter Blue glazed Room D. Plate XXIH. m Diameter across
iaieuce.
34.

lip

"07.

\-shaped vase, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation

in l)lack outline.
JJoir/,

Oexajientation

Lip, violet.
of rectangles.

M'ecic,

inverted lotus petals.


is

divided into three

bands by rows

The upper band

plain, except that


:

on the front

is

rectangular panel bearing the following inscription

The second band


drop-like petals.

is

also plain, save for a double line running


tlie

round

it.

The lower

band, which forms

bottom of the bowl,

is

ornamented with a large rosette with

Quality of

H-laze, fine

colour,

medium

blue.

Thirteen pieces (incomplete).

96

CATALOGUE DU MUSliE DU CAIUE.

46330.

Vase

[3].

Blue

glazed
lip

faience.

Diameter across
I

'075.

Maximum Room
I).

diameter

'115.

Ushaped

vase, in blue giazeil faience,


:

with oniauientatioii

in black mitline.

Oenamentatiox
into
of

Lij^i,

plain.

Xa],-, a ijaml of
line.

inverted Ljtus petals.


is

Buwl, divided

two bands by a double

Tlie

upper band

plain, sa\'e for the prenonien

Thontmosis

W,

which

is

written vertically on a cartouche in the centre.


is

The

lower baud, which forms the bottom of the bowl,


flower.

ornamented with an open lotus

Quality of

Gl.ize, tine

crdour,

medium

blue.

Six pieces (incomplete).

46331.

Vase
t)

[4].

12.

Blue Diameter
:

o-lazed faience.

Height
m
"07.

-35.

across lip

Room
in

Maximum diameter
D.
black outline.
petals.

1-shaped vase, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation


Lip, plain.
Ncrlc, a

Oexamentation
are plain

band of inverted lotus by


doulile lines.

Bon-h divided

into three broad bands


:

of aViout

etpuxl size

The upper two bands


is

the lower one, which forms the bottom of the bowl,


flower.
tine
:

ornamented with

an open lotus

Quality of Glaze,

colour,

medium

blue.

Nine

pieces.

IJemains nf ancient mending.

46332.

Fragment of a Vase
(I

[5].

Blue

glazed faience.

] 15 (0
of the

diameter

acro.ss lip

"08.

Room D.

Maximum

diameter

Fragment

neck and part

of a\ I-shaiied vase,

with ornamentation and inscriiition

similar to No. 46330.

QUALri'Y OF Glaze, good

colour,

medium

blue.

46333.

Fragment of a Vase [6]. m -07. "Chamber 3.


Tragment
of of the

Blue
1

glazed faience.

Diameter

across lip

neck and bowl

of a

/-shaped vase, with ornamentation sinular to that

No. 46332, except that in the centre of the bowl are the remains of a rectangular
with the following inscription
:

jiaucl

-^i
!n
Quality of Glaze, good
;

1
blue.

colour,

medium

VASES

97
faience.

46334.

Fragments of a Vase

[7].

Blue ylazed
4.
1

Diameter across
L'oir!^

lip

-07. C'haiubeis

and

Five fragments of the neck nnd bowl of a

l-sliaped vase, witli ornamentation in black.

Ornamextatiox.

AWl;

band

of long

painted lotus petals.


its

divided from

tin-

neck by a double

line,

plain,

but inscribed on
ieather.s
:

front with

the cartouches of
jH

Thoutmosis IV, surmounted by double

M Tora^jl, M f^

P j1-

Quality of Glaze, rough


Five pieces.

colour,

medium

blue.

46335.

Neck of a Vase m -07. Koom D.

[8].

Blue

glazed

faience. Diameter

across

lip

Neck

of a

-shaped vase,

witii

ornamentatinn

in black.

Oknamentation.
of long

Lip, dotted, with a black line at the tup nf the neck.

AWk,

row

drop-sliaped pendants with a curved line beneath.


is

Separating the neck


l.)0wl

from the bowl below


vertically,

a double line, and on the front of the

wa.s written

between

Ijlack lines, the


;

prenomen

of

Thoutmosis IV.

Quality of Glaze, medium


Four
pieces.

colour,

medium

blue.

46336.

Neck of a Vase m '075. Boom


Xeek
of a
/

[9].

Blue

glazed

faience.

Diameter

across

li}>

D.
ornamentatinn
sei)als,

Ushaped
:

vase, with

in

black outline.

(Trxamextatiox

A'ecl-,

a row of lotus

with double line running round the on


it

circumference below.

The upper

part of the Ijowl is plain, but bears

the

prenomen

of

Thoutmosis JY,

in a cartDiudie,

written vertically.

Quality of Glaze, good:

colour,

medium

lilue.

46337.

Fragments of a Vase
lip

[m].
3.

Bine

glazed faience.

Diameter
4(i:ii'iJ.

across

m
of a

-08.

Chamber
colour,

Fragments

shaped xase, with similar ornamentation

to

Xo.

Quality of Glaze, good;

medium

blue.

Eleven pieces (the whole bottom missing).

46338.

Fragments of a Vase
Five fragments of the neck of a

[H].
/

Blue

glazed faience.

Chamber

3.

1-shaped vase, with ornamentation in black outline.

Ornamentation:

Xccl:,

a row of vertical dcjuble lines, with, in the spaces between

them, (I) zigzag lines arranged /\ and (2) plain blue.

Quality of Glaze, good;

colour,

medium

blue.

Keinains of ancient mending.


C'lt'iL
(III

Muse,' n. 4(1001.

13

98

CATALOGUE DU MFSEE DU CAIEE.

46339.

Fragments of a Vase [12]. Blue


lip

glazed faience. Diameter across

-07.

Room

D.
/

Six fragments

<if

the neck of a

\-sliapeil vase, witli

ornamentation in black.

Ornamentation: Neck,ix row


donl)le black line.

of lotus petals in black-, tliviiled

from the bowl

l)y

Quality of Glaze,

inferior (mottled)

colour,

medium

blue.

Eemains

of ancient

mending.

46340.

Vase

[l

3]. Blue

glazed

faience.
3.

Height
faience,

-23.

Maxinnini
in

diameter
/

(19.

Chamber

l-shaped vase, witli Hat bottom, in


black outline.

blue

glazed

with ornamentation

Oknamentatiox A>'7,, a band three bands by d(mble lines.


:

of inverted lotus petals in black.

iJocV, divided iut(i

The

u]iper

band

is

plain: the second one bears the


I
(
,ii..'.,i|

prenomeu

of

Thoutmosis IV. written vertically:


|

^ jj-

The

third Ixind,
flower,

which forms the bottom


having dotted
sepals.
:

of the vase, is

ornamented with an open lotus

Quality of

Gl.\ze, good

colour,
is

medium

Ijlue.

The

upi)er rim of the

neck

wanting.

46341.

Lower part of a Vase


diameter
/

[U].

Blue
3.

glazed

faience.

Maxinnini

'095.

Chamber

\-sliaped vase, witli


ontliue.

flat 1)ottoni. in

hlue glazed faience, witli ornamentation in hlaek

Ornamextation
its

The

liovrl is

separated from the neck by a double


line.

line,

and divided
is

at

greatest diameter

by a second double

Tlie

upper band thus formed

plain,

save for the prenomeu of Thoutmosis IV, wliich

is

written verticall)- on hoth sides

(back and front):


the vase,
is

I (

.^,

^
:

'

]L

'^''"-"

h'^^'^i'

baml, wliich forms the bottom of


sepals.

ornamented with an open lotus flower having dotted


colour, light blue.

Quality of Glaze, very good

46342.

Vase [15]. Chamber


/

Blue
3.

glazed

taience.

Maxhnum
black.

diameter

1.

\-sliaped vase, with flat Ijottom, in blue glazed faience, with ornamentation in lilack.
JVt-r/,-,

Ornamentation:
bands by
secoml liand

a row of lotus petals in

full

-Z>Vir/,

ihvided into three


of the

doulile black lines.


is,

The uppermost band

is plain.

In the centre

on the front, the ]irenomen of Thoutmosis lY, written vertically

iiotween double lines.


(ii'iiaiuenteil

'I'lic

lnwci-

liaiid.

wIiIl-Ii

funiis

the

liiittniii

df tlir IhjwI,

is

with an

n|p('n Idtiis

lldwcr. having' ildUi'tl sepals

and

lini'd jietals.

QuAi.iTV OF Glaze, gcjod


Tlie

culiiui-, liiilit

blue.

wlmle of the

lini is luissiii''.

46343.

Vase [16]. Uhamber


/

Blue
3.
tlal

o-Iazed

flVieuce.

Maxiimiiii

diameter

iii

();).

\-shaped vase, with


that the preuoiuen

liutbiin,

and (niianientatiim similar

in

Xn.

4IJ34-L',

except

uf Thuutniosis
:

IX

is

written \eilieally in a eartnuelie,

and

nnt

lietweeu vertical bands

m..",,,^

]
|

Quality of Glaze, ymid

culnur, li.^ht blue.


is

Six pieces (the whi>le uf the rim

nussiug).

46344.

Fragment of a Vase
()

[17].
3.

Blue glazed

fa'ieuee.

Maximum diameter

-105.

Chamber
:

Lower part

of a

l-.shaped vase, with urnanientatiiin similar In Xn. 4G'!40.


colnui'.

Quality of Glaze, oood

medium

blue.

46344a. Fragment of a Vase [ISj. Blue glazed


Lower part
Quality of
Three pieces.
of a
/

faieuce.

Cliamber

3.

l-sliaped vase, with nrnanienlatiiai similar to that of Xo. 4G


;

WL

Gl.^ze, gimd

cdlnur. dark blue.

46345.

Fragment of a Vase
Lower part
of a
I

[19].

Blue

glazed fluence.

Chamber

3.

Wshaped
;

vase, with

ornamentation similar
blue.

tij

that of Xo. 40;i4:b

Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

medium

One

piece.

46346.

Vase
lip

[:30].

Blue glazed m Maxinuim


-OG.

faience.

Height
m

ui -255.

Diameter across
1).

diameter

-105.

Ilo(m

\-shaped vase, wit hunt ornanientatinn.


cdlnur,

Quality of Glaze, medium:


Xine pieces (incomplete).

medium

blue.

13.

100

CATALOGDE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

46347.

Vase
lip

[21].

Height Blue glazed Maximum diameter m


faience.
'Ooo.

2(J.

'10.

Diameter across Room D. Plate

XXIII.
/

l-.shape vase, without DmanieiitMtinn.

(^)lALITY OF fxLAZE, iKJov; colour, light blue

(much stamed).

Fourteen pieces

(iiicnuiplete).

46348.

Fragments of a Vase p2].


Fnigiuents of the upper part of a
/

Blue
Mue.

glazed faience.

Chamljer

;].

l-shaped vase, without ornamentation.

Quality of Claze, Four


pieces.

fair; colour, light

46349.

Fragments of a Vase
Fragments
hy two

[23].

Blue

glazed faience.

Chamber

4.

of the ujijier part of a

|-sha]ieil vase, in

IJue glazed faience, ornamented

lines

around the

ujipei- jiart of

the neck
blue.

otherwise plain.

QuALFrv OF Glaze, poor:

i-ohjur,

medium

46350.

Fragments of a Vase
Diameter across
Fragments
of a
/

[24].
ni

lip

Blue glazed Room D.


'08.

faience.

Height
a

-27.

1-sliaped vase, in blue glazed faience,

ornamented by

double line

around the upper part of the neck.


of Thoutniosis

On

the neck

is

written vertically the prenonien


])art of llie

IV

in a rectangular panel.

Around the lower

bowl aie

two black

lines; the

bowl

is iilaiii.

(iUALiTY OF Glaze,

medium;

colour,

medium

blue.

Fi^e pieces.

46351.

Neck of a Vase m -OS. Room


Neck
of a
/

[25].

Blue
to

glazed

fiVience.

Diameter

across

lip

D.
that of No. 4G350, except that
j

i-shaped vase, similar

above

the

prenonien of Thoutmosis

IV

is

written the words

T.

Quality of Glaze, medium:

colmir,

medium

lilue.

Two

pieces.

46352.

Fragments

of a Vase diameter of howl m

[2GJ. Blue glazed faience. Maximum '115. Diameter across lip m '065.

Chambers
Fragments
of a
/

and

4.

\-shaped vase, in blue glazed faience, with oinameutation in black.

VASES.

101
tn|i

Orxamextation
Tn
till'

Lip,

\hi\v{..
is

T"/,, anjund the

is

a inw ui Idius sepals, tloUed


(jf

I'nmt

tliis

vow

inteiTupted

liy

the iJreiKimcii
:

Tlioutiuosis IV, written

vfitically in a caitduelu'. witlmiit liase line

fr?,,

|.

Jwn-/, plaiTi.

Quality of Glaze, medium


Five pieces.

cnlDur, li^lit lilue.

46353.

Fragments of a Vase
lip
111

[-27].

-OC).

Kooiii

Blue

glazed faience.

Diameter

across

D.

Fragments

(if

sliaped \ase. in lilue glazed faience, witli (iniamentatiou in black.

Oenaiiextation

A't/-.

aninnd the upper part

nf

it

are twn lilaek lines, and suspended


lilack.

from the lower one a row

of lotus petals in

full

In the front this row

is

interru]ited hv the jni'iionieii of Thoutniosis IV, written vertically in a cartouche.


Botrl. plaiiL

Quality of
Six pieces.

(4

laze,

medium

colour, light

Mue.

46354.

Fragments of a Vase lip m '065. Room

[-8].

Blue

glazed faience.

Diameter
lines

across

D.
in

Fragmeids

of

a,

shaped

\'ase.

blue glazed faience, with three


prenoiiien of Thoutmusis

running

round the top


im the

of the neck,

and

tlie

IV

written vertically

front, helow,
iiF

QuALFTV

(tLaze,

medium

colour,

medium

lilue.

Three pieces.

46355.

Fragments

of

Vase

[29].

Blue

glazed
4

faience.

Maximum

diameter of bowl
The lower part
preceding.
of a
/

\lb.

Chamber

and Iloom D.
liase

1-shaped vase, with ratlier more swollen


are wanting.
is

than any of the

The neck and rim


:

ORXA^rEXTATiox

L'o/'V,

around the top of the liowl

a doulile line dividing

it

from

the base, and from this hangs a row of drop-shaped pendants.

Beneath these

pendants are two wavy

lines,

then a narrow plain space, and a large open lotus

flower with spreading petals.

Quality of Glaze, good


Five pieces.

colour,

medium

Ijlue.

102

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE

DL"

CAIltE.

18.

SYMBOLS OF
[l].~Blue glazed

LIFE.
faience. Height
in

46356.

Symbol of

Life

-245.

Breadth across arms


Tlie .section of tlie

-13.

Eoom

D. Plate XXIY.

arm and

foot is rectangular: that of the hoop, rnuiul.


I'ex'er.se

Oknamektatiox
lines

Obverse and

similarly ornamented, with violet-black

liue.s

burnt into the blue glaze.


cross

One
is

line runs

around the centre


tliey

of the loop, vertical

the

arms

to

near the extremities, wliere

give

place

to

three
it

horizontal lines.

On

the foot

the prenomen of Thoutmosis R'. and beneath

papyrus flower

witli long stalk gooil


;

and dotted iuHorescence.


nie(hum blue.

Quality of Glaze, \ery


Broken

colour,

into seven pieces.

Symbol of
Breadth

Life

[l']. Blue

glazed

faience. Height
1).

in

-24.

acro.s8

arms

m
Ici

'135.

Room
.

Section and ornainentatinn similar

N<i.

4(J3.")(J.

Quality

oi"

Glaze, good
five pieces.

cnlunr,

medium

lilne.

Broken into

[Davis Collection.]

46357.

Symbol of

Life

[!].--Blue

glazed

foience. Height
D.

225.

Breadth across arms

'145.

Room
blue.

Section and ornamentation .similar to Nn. 4G3.^G.

Quality of Glaze,

gucjtl

colour,

medium

Broken into

ti\-e

pieces.

46358.

Symbol of

Life

[4]. Blue

glazed

faience. Height
D.

-Hi.

Breadth across arms

"105.

Room

Section and nrnamentatiou similar td Xn. 4G35G.

Quality of

Gi^^vze,

medium
piece.?.

colour, varying blue.

Broken into seven

Symbol of
Breadth

Life

[5].

Blue
m
ti.i

glazed

faience.

acro.ss

arms

"13.

Room

Heiglit

-23.

D.

Section and ornamentation sinnlar

Xo. 46356.

PLATE

my

A 1\ATTT

FT^

SYMBOLS OF
(Quality of
ISnikeii
iiilii

LIFE.

103

(Ji.aze,

l!,-i)oi1

enlnui-, nitMliiiui liliit\

livr pieces.

[Davis

C'ollertidii.]

46359.

Symbol of Room L).


Secliiiii

Life

[OJ.

-Blue

glazed

faience. Height

-24.

ami nniaiuentatinn similar


i;()ud;

In

Xn,

-tG^ioO.

Quality of Glaze,

ci'ldur,

mcilium Mue.

Broken

into five pieces

one arm missing.

46360.

Symbol of
Breadth
SeetiDH anJ
ni

Life

[7].

-Blue glazed
i)

faience.

Height

ni

-ISd.

acro.ss

arms

lu

'IS.

Room
-l:G->'iG.

D.

uaiiicntatinn similar

ti.i

Xo.

Quality of Glaze, liaiUy burnt; cnlnur, a


ISrnken into
tiv(>

fine rich Llue.

jiieces

fragment, uf

](](ip

missing'.

46361.

Symbol of

Life

[8]. Blue
(

glazed

faience. Height
1).

-23.

Breadth across arms

'145.^

luioin

Section of arms, foot, and loup ivctanyular.

Orxamentatiox

similar to that

(if ISTo.

46o.J(), lait

very coarsely

cxociiteil.

QuALri'Y OF (tLAZE,

medium

cdldui-.

uiediuiu hlue.
Iddp.

Drnken into

six pieces:

fragment nussing frnm

Symbol of
Breadth

Life

['.'].

Blue

glazed

faience.
I).

acro.ss aruLS

'ISS.

Room

Heiglit

23.

Section similar to No.

46."'iGL

Oexamextation

similar to Nd. 463.56, but rnnglily executed.


:

Quality of Glaze, medium


Broken

colour,

medium.
frdiii tii}) uf loop.

intu six pieces; fi-agment missing

[Davis CollcL-tion.]

46362.

Symbol of

Life

[!>].

'125.

Room

Blue

glazed

faience.

Breadth

across

arms

D.

Section similar to No.

46o6L

Oknamextatiox

similar to Nd. 4Go?6.


colour,

Quality of Glaze, good;


r>r<_iken

medium.
dt'

inid live pieces;

two pieces missing from tdp

lod[i.

104

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

46363.

Symbol of
111

Life

[U].
D.

Blue

glazed

faience.

'135.

Room

Breadth

across

arms

Seetiou similar to Xu. 46361.

Ornajientatiox

similar to No. 46356.


fair
;

Quality of Glaze,

colour, mecliimi blue.


of foot

Broken into four pieces: part

and two fragments

of loop missing.

46364.

Symbol of

Life

[12].

'145.

Room
Ol)\'erse
lilue

Blue

glazed

faience.

Breadtli

across

arms

D.

Section of arms,

foot,
:

and loop rectangular.


and reverse similarly ninameiited, with violet-black
(_)ne

Ornamentation
burnt
intii

lines
is

the

glaze.

line

runs round the centre of the loop, and


tlie foot.

continued down on both sides to the liottom of

Vertical lines, divided by

horizontal lines aljove and below, cross the arms to near the extremities, where they

give place tn two hdiizuntal lines.

Quality of Glaze, medium;

coldur, light blue.


lijoj).

Broken into

si.x

pieces

fragments missing from foot and

Symbol of

Life

[13].

Blue
m

glazed

faience.

Breadth across arms

'14.

Room
Idue.

Height

-28.

D.

Section and ornamentatinn sinnlar to Xo. 46364.

Quality of Glaze, medium


Broken into seven pieces
[Davis Collection.]
;

colour,

medium

fragment missing from side

of loop.

46365.

Symbol of

Life

Breadth across

4]. Blue glazed faience. Height arms in "14. Pcoom D.


[l

-26.

Section and ornamentation similar to Xo. 46364.

Quality of Glaze, medium


Broken
into Hve pieces
;

colour,

medium

blue.

much chipped

at the top of loop.

46366.

Symbol of
Breadth

Life

acro.ss

5]. Blue glazed faience. Height arms m '145. Room D.


[l

m 275.

Section of arms, loop, and foot rectangidar.

Ornamentation
Continued
side of a

Obverse and reverse similarly ornamented, with violet-black lines

Ijurnt into the blue

glaze. One line runs round the centre of the loop, and is down the centre of the foot. Two horizontal lines are drawn on either number of vertical lines across the two arms to near their extremities,

wliere tliey gi\'e place to two horizontal lines.

yYMr?0[,S

OF

IJI'K.

105

QuAUTY

OF Gu\ZE,

laudiiuii

culuur,
l(](i|i

mudiuiu
nnssiiiu-.

l.hie.

IJrokeii into six pieces: side nf

Symbol of

Life

[lO].- Blue
in

glazed

faience. Heiuht

m -275.

Breadth across anus


Seeticiii

145.

Room

D.

and uniamentatiun siudlar


:

Ut Xd.

4(j:!(i(3.

Qu.\LiTV OF Glaze, poor


liioken
iiitd five ])ieces;

culcmr,

mediuui blue,

top of loup missiug.

[Davis Collection.]

46367.

Symbol of
(I

Life [17]. Blue glazed faience. Bi'eadtli 12. Hooni D.


li>

across

anus

Seotiou and oinamentation sinalai-

Xn.

40."p()G.

QPAUTYOF
ilniken into

Gr.AZE. nieiliiuu
ti\'e

eolnur,

medium
missing.

lilue.

pieces; top of

Imp

46368.

Symbol of

8]. Blue glazed faience. Height Breadth across arms in 12. Ptot)in D.
Life
[l

(>

in

-23.

Section of arms, hjup, and foot rectanyulai-.

Okxamextatiox

Ohversc and

rover.se similaity (iniamenteil,

wuli viniet Idack lines


Tiie

liurnt into the lilue glaze.

Gne

line

runs round the centre of the limp.

arms

are outlined by two liorizontal lines, the centre part being crossed bv a series of
vertical lines, their extremities being sliaped

and ornamented

like a lotus

Hower.

Three vertical lines run along the


the top.

foot,

tiie

centre one dividing intu

two near

Quality of Glaze, good


IJroken into six pieces.

colour,

medium

blue.

46369.

Symbol of

Life

[ll*].- Blue
ni

glazed

taieuce. Height

in

-225.-

Breadth across arms

'115.

Boom
lilue.

D.

Section and ornamentation similar to No. 4GoGS.

Quality' of Glaze, very fine

colour,

medium

Broken

into five pieces.

46370.

Symbol of

Life

[20]. Blue glazed faience. Height


ni

(i

-23.

Breadth across arms

115.

Tloom

D.

Section and ornamentation similar to No. 4(3368.

Quality of Glaze,
Broken
Catal.

fine: colour,

medium

lilue.

into five jiieces, with


Muse'i; n. 46001.

marks

of ten drying pellets

on (he glaze.
I

du

KK!

CATALOGUE DU

MUS1^:E

DU CAIRE.
I).

46371.

Symbol of

Life [21]. Blue glazed feience. Eoom

Section and (iiiuuiieiitation similar to No. 46368.

(Quality of Glaze,

in'e^ii,ulav

and

liailly

Imint

eolouv. inediuin lilne.

Broken

into tlu-ee pieces; one

arm and

greater part of loop wantini;-.

46372.

Symbol of
111

Life

[22].

Blue

glazed

faience.

Breadth

across

arms

-11.

Koom

D.

Section and m-namentation similar to No. 46368.

Q.UALITY OF Glaze, fair; colour, meiliinn Mue.

Two

fragments only.

46373.

Symbol of

Life

[23]. Blue glazed faience. Heiglit

-21.

Breadth across arms

'11.

Room

D.

Section of arms, loop and font rectangular.

Oknamentation
the lilue glaze.

Obverse and reverse ornamented


Ohnrsi::

witli vinlet-lilack lines


lnoji:
tlie

launt into

One

line runs

round the centre of the

arms are

crossed by vertical lines to near the centre, where they give place to the
of

prenomen

Thoutmosis IV.

A central
tine; colour,

line runs

down

the

fo(jt.

Ikvcrsr

Similar to obverse,

but without the prenomen of Thoutmosis IV.

Quality of Glaze,
Brnken

medium

blue.
<.in

intn three pieces, witli

marks

of drying pellets

the glaze.

46374.

Symbol of

Life

[24]. Blue

glazed

laience. Heiglit
D.

in

215.

Breadth across arms

'11.

Boom
[2.":!].

Section and ornamentation similar to No.

Quality of Glaze,
Broken

fair: colour,

meilium

blue.

intii five pieces.

46375.

Symbol of

Life

[25]. Blue

glazed

faience. Height
D.

Breadth across arms

105.

Room
blue.

Section and ornamentation similar to No. [23].

Quality of Glaze, good


Broken into three
pieces.

colour,

medium

SYMBOLS OF

LIFE.
thie nee. Height

1(>7

46376.

Symbol of
lioom D.
Seeliiiii

Life

[I'OJ.

Blue

glazed

"li).

and

oniaiaeutatiiiii similai to Xn.

[-''>].

Quality of Glaze,

gcjud: culnur, line liluc

F>nikrii into three pieces;

arm ami

jiai-t

of lnop missing.

46377.

Symbol of

Life

[27].

-Bine glazed
in
1.5.

fixience. Height
T).

ni

25.

Breadth across arms


Scetiiiu
(if

llnoin

arms, Idup and


:

fddt,

rectangnhir.
liy
\

OltNAMENTATlox

Oliwrse and re\erse drnaniented


Ohccrsr
:

iok'l-lilaek

lines hnrnt

inld

the bhie glaze.

(Jne line runs round the centre of the loop.

The arms

are outlined hy a horizontal line running round them, the centre part being crossed
liy

vertical lines, the extremities liy five horizontal lines.

The

fo<it

is

outlined hy
is

a-

line

running down the sides and across the base,


of
is

an<l

halfway up the foot

the

prenomen
cartouche
(.iliALrrv

Thoutmosis IV.

linvrac

Similar to oliverse, hut in place of the

a single vertical line running from the

arms

to the base.

OF

CiL.AZE, liad
si.K

and meagre

colour, greeny-blue.

Ih'oken into

pieces.

46378.

Symbol of

Life

[28]. Blue glazed

faience. Height
D.

-20.

Breadth across arms


Section sinnlar to Xo. 4no77.

-15.

Boom

OiiXAMENTATlOX

Sinnlar to Xo. 40377, but with no central line on foot of reverse.


colour, greeny-blue.

QuALrrv of Glaze, bad and meagre;


Broken
into five pieces.

46378a. Symbol of Life [29]. Blue glazed faience. Height


Breadth across arms

-27.

"16.

Boom
4G377.

D.

Section and ornamentation similar to

X'^o.

Quality of Glaze, good:


Broken into

coloui-, liglit blue.

five pieces, fool, niissing.

46379.

Symbol of

Life

[30]. Blue glazed faience.- Heiglit

ni

-22.-

Breadth across arms

12.

Room
;

D.
in

Section of arms, foot and loop rectangular

a circular hole

Ihe

ujiper part of

the loop.

Oknamentatiox
the

Obverse and
Obverse:

rever.se

ornamented by \iolet-bIack
runs round the centre of the

lines
lioop.

burnt into

lilue glaze.

One

line

Between

14.

Jit8

CATALOGUE
the two arms
lines outlined
is

DLT

MUSEE DU CAIRB.
The arms are crossed hy
vertical

the preiinmen of Tlioutniosis IV.


l)y

on Iwth sides
(_)n

a horizontal line, except near the edges, where there

are six vertical lines.

the foot a line runs right round with a \-ertical line in


twd.

the centre diviihiig near

tlie liiisc intii tlu' ludp.

Bcivrse

The only ornanientatiim

is

single line iiuniiug r(uuid

Quality of Glaze,
Broken into

gooil; eoloui-. nn'diuni lilue.

five pieces.

Symbol of

Life

['!].

Bine
ni

glazed

laience.

Breadth across arms


Section of arms, foot rectangular,

13.

Room

Height

-J^.

D.

lodji nnuiil.

Ornamentation: (Jhverse and rexerse m^namented by violet-hlack


the
lilue glaze.

lines lnuiil into


a,

Ohvcrsc

Similar to No. iGoTO, but with a double line ending in


the centre of the
foot,

lotus flower running

down

llcvcrsc

No

ornamentation.

Quality of Glaze, good:


Broken

colour,

medium

lilue.

intu five pieces; part of loup nussing.

[Davis Collection.]

46380-7.

Fragments of eight Symbols of


various types.

Life [32-39]. Belonging to

Symbol of

Life

[40]. Bhie glazed

Breadth across arms


Symbiil
lines.
(if

m
and

07.

Height "Room D. Plate XXIV


taieuce.
is

m
[4(].

15.

Life, in

blue glazed faience, roughly modelled, and ornamented with


is solid,

Mack

The centre part


fair
:

at the top
blue.

a circular plate.

Quality of Glaze,
Broken
into

colour,

medium

two pieces (complete).

[Davis Collection.]

46388.

Symbol of Room D.
Symbol

Life

[41]. Blue

glazed

laience. Height

17.

of Life, similar to

No. [40].
;

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

blue.

Two

pieces (part of one

arm

missing).

46389.

Symbol of

Life [42]. Blue glazed foience. Height

-145 (?).

Breadth across arms


Symbol
of Life, sinnlar to

"07.

Room

D.

No. [40].
ci:)lour.

Quality of Glaze, medium:

medium

blue.

Two

pieces (top missing).

SYMBOLS OP

LIFE.

lt)9

46390.

Symbol of

Life [43]. Blue glazed


in
1)7.

taieuce. Height
I).

L5(?).

Breadth acrnss arms

lloom
lilii(\

SymlKil of Life, similar In ]^o.[40],lmt inscribed with


written in filack in the centre
QtF.-VLlTY
i>f

tlir iiieuniueii of 'riinutiiiosis

\',

the oval loop.

OF Glaze, mediuni

colour, nieilinni

Two

pieces (top niissin;4).

46391.

Symbol of

Life [44]. Blue glazed faience. Height


in

m
of

]5(?).

Breadth across arms

'075.

lloom

D.
prenomen
.side,

Syniljol of Life, similar to No. [40], but in.scribed with the

Thoutmosis

I\',

wnitten in black in the centre of the oval loop on one


centre of the other side.

and

his noniea in the

Quality of Glaze, medium;


(_)ne

i-nlour,

medium

blue.

piece (top missing).

46392.

Symbol of

Life

[45].

Blue
liut

glazed

faience.

Breadth

across

arms

m
Symbol

-07.

Room

D.
Xo. [40J,
colour,

of Life, similar to

without ornanientati(in.
blue.

Quality of Glaze, poor;

medium

Two

i)ieces

(top wanting).

46393.

Symbol of

Life

[46]. Blue glazed

faience. Height

-15.

Breadth across arms

m
colour,

'07.

Boom
lilue.

D.

Symliol of Life, similar to No. 46390.


Qu.iLiTY OF Glaze,

medium;

medium

Two

pieces (top wanting).

46394-7.

Fragments of Symbols of
lloom D.

Life [47-50]. Blue glazed faience.

Fragments

of four symljols of life similar to

No. 46390.

46398-403.

Fragments of Symbols of
D.
of
five

Life [5i-5r.]. Blue glazed faience.

Room

Fragmeuts of the upper parts

symlxils of

life,

with a nariow

liar

aliove

No. 46398 bears traces of ancient mending.

110

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

19.

MODEL THROW-STICKS.
[l].

46404.

Model Throw-stick
lloom D.- Plate
Model throw-stick,

Blue

glazed faience. Length

-48.

XXV.
ornamented
:

in bine glazed faience,

in black outline

on both sides

with the following designs in successive bands

(1) Tip, a con^'eutioual lotus tiower,


:

with recur\-ed sepals, from which hang drops of water


with sharply-] minted sepals, dotted
tii

(2)
:

an in^'erted lotus flower,

represent

liairs

(3

ami

.5)

the sacred e_yes


f

^^

with between them


:

(4)

tlic

preninnen
t(i

nf

Thuutmosis
(2).

IN',

,,.Q,,

(G to 9) plain

(10) a lotus fluwer, similar

that nf liand

Quality of

Gi.azk. very tine; colour, a superb dark blue.


]iieces (comjilete).

Broken intu four

Model Throw-stick

[2].

Blue

glazed faience.

Length

in -485.

Room

D.
in

Model throw -stick,


No. 46404.

blue glazed

faience,

witli

ornanientation sinn'lar to that

of

Quality of Glaze, very

tine

culour, a fine dark blue.

Broken

into five pieces (complete).

[Davis Collection.]

46405.

Model Throw-stick
llooin D.

[;J]. Blue glazed

faience. Length

-48.

Model

throw-stick, in

blue glazed faience, with

ornamentation sinnlar to that of

Xo. 46404, but with the prenomen of Thoutniosis

IV on

the upper surface, and

nomen on
Quality of
lii'oken into

tiie

under

side.

Gl.\ze, gnod. but ciiipped; colnur, dark blue.

seven pieces (complete).

46406.

Model Throw-stick [4]. Blue glazed faience. Lengtli


Uonni L). Plate

-33.-

XXV.
faience,

Model throw-stick, in blue glazed

ornamented
:

in black outline

on both

sieles

with the following designs in successi\"e bands

(1) Tip,
:

an inverted lotus flower,


(2) a .sacred eye
;

with pointed petals and sepals, dotted to represent hairs

(.")

the

prenomen

of

Thoutniosis IV, enclnsed


:

in

dnnblo-liued rectangle and written


.sepals.

vertically; (4) plain

(~i)

a bitus lldwei-

with lined (representing ribbed)

PLATE

2XV.

\f

46406.
46404-

MODEL

THROV\^STICKS

& PAPYRUS ROLLS.

-MODEL TIIKOW-STICKS.

Ill

QUAUTV
r>riil<i'ii

OF Glaze, giwd

coldur. dark lilue.

iiitii

fivo ]iior-es (ciiinjilcto).

Model Throw-stick [5]. Blue


Ivdom
:\Li,lrl

gl;i/.ed

faience. Length

-33.

1).

throw-stick, witli unuuiieiitatiiiii siiuilar In that u{ No. 4040(1.


;

QuAi.n-Y np Glaze, gnuil

oLmr, dark

libie.

Bnikoii iutu three piece.s (complete).


[Davis Collection.]

46407.

Model Throw-stick [G]. Blue glaml faience. Length Room T).


]Model tlirow-stiuk, with iiriianienlatinu .similar tn that
nl'

ni

-33.-

Xn. 4(J40G.

QfALiTY OF Glaze, good;


Fiiur pieces (incomplete).

colour, dark lilue.

46408.

Model Throw-stick
Buoni
Model
1).

[7].

Bhie

glazed

faience.

Length

-33.

throw-stick, with ornamentation similar to


of the

tliai nf

Xn. 40400, excei)t

tluit tlie

names

king are enclosed


:

in cartouches.
ilar]< V)lue,

Quality of Glaze good

colmir,

Three pieces (incomplete).

46409.

Model Throw-stick
lloom
iliidel

[8]. Blue glazed

faience.

Length

in

-27.

D. Plate XXV.
tiie

throw-stick, in lilue glazed faience, with

following ornamentation in black

ontliue on the upper surface in successive bands: (1) Tip, a conventicmal lotus
flower with recurved sepals
;

(2)

the

sacred eye

drawn

((c/vss

the bend

(o) tlie

nomen
I

of

Tboutmosis

(4) a lotus flower witli pointcil

petals.

The under

side

is

inly

(irnamented at the two ends.


:

Quality of Glaze, very good


r)riil<cu into

colour, light blue.

four pieces (complete).

46410.

Model Throw-stick [9]. Blue glazed faience. Length

-27.

Room

1).

]\Lidel throw-stick,

with ornanientatiim similar


:

to that of

Xo. 40409.

Quality of Glaze, good


l!i'nk(!n

colour, liglit blue.

into three pieces (complete).

112

CATALOGrE

Dl'

Ml'SRE DU

CAIIM-:.

Model Throw-stick
itooni
I).

[lO].

Blue

glazed faience.

Leiigtli

in

-27.

Model

tlu'ow-stick, with

nniamentation similar
;

tn that df

No. 46400.

Quality of Glaze, good Broken

colmn-, lioht hlue.

intu five pieces (cnnqilete).

[Davis Collection.]

46411.

Model Throw-stick [ll].-~Blue glazed faience.Lengtli


Itniini
1).

-25.

Model throw-stick,

in hlue glazed faience,

with the fallowing ornamentation in hlack

outline on the upper

and

lower surface in successi\e hands, dixided

by doulde

black lines: (1) Tip, a conventional lotus flower witli recurved sepals and Imig

and 3) Two sacred eyes ^f:: (4 ami pointed sepals and petals.
stalk
:

(2

5) plain

(6) a lutus flower, with

Quality of Glaze, very gond


Four
jiieces (piece

cdlour, light blue.

wanting

for centre).

46412.

Model Throw-stick

[12].

Blue

glazed faience.

Lengtli

-355.

Room

D.
similar to that of Xo. 40411.

Model throw-stick, with uniamentatinii


Quality of Glaze, gimd
Broken
;

colour, light blue.

into tt\e pieces (complete).

46413.

Model Throw-stick
Ptooni D.

[l;3]. Blue glazed faience. Length

-3:15.

Model

throw-stick, with ornamentation similar to that of Xo. 4()41].


;

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, light blue.

Ih'okcn into four pieces (complete).

46414.

Model Throw-stick

[14].

Blue

glazed faience. Lengtli

m
but

-30.

Room

D.
similar to
tliat

Model throw-stick, with ornamentation


prenoiuen of Thoutmosis

of

Xo. 4(i41

1,

wilh the

IV

written in a cartouche ln'tween the sacred eyes.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, light Idue.

I'roken into four pieces (ctimi)lete).

MODEL THROW-STICKS.
46415.

ll;5

Model Throw-stick [15]. Blue glazed

faience.

Length

-so.

Room

D.
tliat of

Motlel throw-stick, with oniameiitatimi .similar to

No. 40411.

Quality of Glaze, good


Five pieces (incomplete).

colour,

liglit lilue.

Model Throw-Stick
Itooni D.
]\Iiiilcl

[IG].

Blue

glazed foience.

Length

ni

-33.

tlirow-stick, in
tlie

hhie glazed faience, with the following ornamentation in hlaek


in successive bands, di\'ided

outline on
lines
:

upper and lower surface,


a conventional lotus
tlie

by double

hlaclv

(1) Tip,

flowiM-,

with two curved and two recurved


left,
:

.sepals: (2

and 4)

two sacred eyes facing right and

with between them


(5

{'.^)

the prenomen of Thoutmosis


the end
is

IV

written across the blade

ami G)

[jlaiii

(7) al

an open lotus flower with dotted sepals.


:

Quality of Glaze, good


Three pieces (complete).
[Davis Collection.]

colour,

medium

blue.

46416.

Model Throw-stick

[l 7].

Blue

glazed faience.Leugth U in

-34.

Room

I).

Model throw-stick, with oniamentation similar


Quality of Glaze, good
Broken into
:

to that of

Xo. [16].

colour,

medium

blue.

five pieces (complete).

46417.

Model Throw-stick [18]. Blue glazed faience. Length

-34.

Room

D.
ornamentati(.)n sinuLir to that of Xo. [16].
colour,

Model throw-stick, with

Quality of Glaze, good;

medium

blue.

Broken into four pieces (complete).

46418.

Model Throw-stick

[l

9]. Blue glazed faience.Length

-34.-

Room
Model

D.

throw-stick, with orimmentation similar to that of Xo. [IG].


;

Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

mecUum

blue.

Two

pieces (incomplete).

Cat((l (In Mitsec, n. 4G001.

15

'

114

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU

CAIRE.

20,

MODEL PAPYRUS ROLLS.


ui

46419.

Model Papyrus Roll [l].~Blue glazed faience. Length Diameter U ni 03^.l^oom D. Plate XXV.
]\Iodel of a L-ylindrical-sluiped

-09.

papyrus ruU, in

lilue

glazed faience.

The papyru.s

i.s

represented roUeil tightly

iip

and

tied

hy fduv h;inds nf

string, the latter lieing

shown by doulde Idack


by black
reading
:

lines.

On

the two ends the coils of the papyrus are


is

shown

coiled lines.
"]

Down

the front of the roll

a vertical colunni

(if

hieroglyphs

^ ^ f [SIT]
m
(19.

<,)UALrrY OF Gr.AZE, very good; colour, dark blue.


.Slightly

clupped at the edges.

46420.

Model Papyrus Roll [2]. Blue glazed faience. Length


Diameter
Mndel
U

V3^.

Room
papyrus

D.
roll,

of a cylindrical-shaped

similar to Xo.

1,

except that the inscript Kin


f

gives the minien of Thoutniosis

IV

as follows:
lilue.

^;\ ^~='=<^

v^[i|l2^|||

X^

Quality of

(Ii.aze,

very good; colour, tlark

Model Papyrus Roll


Diameter
Model

[3].

Blue

glazed faience.

Length

O!).

'03.

of a cylindrical-shaped

papyrus

roll,

similar to Xo. 4G4l'l, but with inscriptii.ni

as follows

"^ ^T

C^ ^
;

P ^"^1 '1

^"'lilue.

Quality of Glaze, very good


[Davis Collection.]

colour,

dark

46421.

Model Papyrus Roll [4]. Blue glazed laience. Length


Diameter
Model

09.

-03. Room

D. Plate XXV.
roll,

of a cylindrical-shaped

papyrus

similar to Xo.

1,

bnt with inscription as

follows:

1I^C1T]^'^-colom-, dnrk blue.

Quality of Glaze, poor;

MODEL PAPYRUS

ROLLS.
<;lazecl

115

Model Papyrus Roll


Diameter
^Iciilel

[5].

Blue

faience.

Length
1,

-09.

'OS.

of a cylindrical-shaped ]iaiivvus mil, Biiailar lo No.

but with

iiiscriplioii

as

QuALiiY OF Glaze,
[Davis Collection.]

iioor

colour,

dark blue.

46422.

Model Papyrus Roll [G]. Blue glazed AVieuce. Leugtli


Diameter
Model

-14.

-03.

Room D. Plate

XXY.
line nuniin;j:

of a cylindrical

papyrus mil, oruanieuted ly a vertical black

across one side from end to end, ami coils iu black on the two ends.

Quality of Glaze, good;

colour, very pale blue.

Model Papyrus Roll


Diameter

[7].

Blue

glazed flueuce.
."1.

Length

-14.

-Oo.

Chamber
roll,

Mc.idel of a cylindrical

papyrus
;

siuular to Xo. 4G424.

Quality of Glaze,

gotid

colour, \-ery pale l)lue.

Broken into two pieces


[Davis Collection.]

(cuuiplete).

Model Papyrus Roll


Diameter

[8].

'03.

Room
roll,

Blue
D.

glazed faience.

Length

-14.

IModcl of a cylindrical papyrus

similar to Xo. 4G424.

Quality of Glaze, good;

colour, very pale blue.

Broken into two pieces (complete).


[Davis Collection.]

46423.

Model Papyrus Roll [9]. Blue


Diameter
Model

glazed faience. Length

-14.

"03.

Pioom

D.
No. 46422.

of a cylindrical pai)yrus roll, similar to


;

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, very pale blue.

Broken into two

pieces (complete).

46424.

Model Papyrus Roll [10]. Blue glazed faience. Length


Diameter

-14.

"03.

Room
roll,

D.

^lodcl of a cylindrical papyrus

similar to Xo. 4G422.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, very pale Ijlue.

Broken

into

two pieces (complete).


15.

U6
46425.

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU

C'AIRE.

Model Papyrus Roll


Diameter
Model
ll

ni

'UO.

Blue Pioom D.
[ll].

glazed faience.

Length

14.

of a cyliiidncal

papyrus mil, similar to Xo. 46422.


:

Quality of Glaze, good Broken


into

colour, very pale blue.

two pieces (complete).

46426.

Model Papyrus Roll [12]. Blue glazed iVience. Lengtli


Diameter U
Model

(I

-14.

"03.

Room
roll,

D.

of a cyliiulrical

papyrus

similar to Xo. 46422.

Quality of

Gl,\ze, good: colour, very pale lilue.

Broken

into

two pieces (complete).

46427.

Model Papyrus Roll [13]. Blue glazed faience. Length


Diameter

14.

Oo.

Room
roll,

D.

]\Iodel of a cylindrical

papyrus
;

similar to Xo. 46422.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, very pale Ijlue.

Broken

into

two pieces (complete).

46428.

Model Papyrus Roll [14]. Blue glazed faience. Length


Diameter
Model

I)

14.

-03.- Room D.
papyrus
;

of a cylindrical

roll,

similar to Xo. 40422.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, very pale lilue.

Two

pieces (incomplete).

46429.

Model Papyrus Roll


Diameter
Model

[l

5]. Blue glazed faience. Length


D.

14.

m
fair

'OS.

Room
roll,

of a cylindrical

papyrus
;

similar to Xo. 46422.

Quality of Glaze,

colour, very pale blue.

Broken into

six pieces (incomplete).

Model Papyrus Roll


Diameter
Model

[lO].

Blue

glazed faience.

Length

-05.

-02.- Room
papyrus
roll,

D. Plate XXV

[16].

of a cylindrical

with a modelled indentation down centre and

painted

coil at eitlier end.

Quality of Glaze, superb;


[Davis Collection.]

colour, very rich dark blue.

MODEL PAPYRUS ROLLS.

117

Model Papyrus Roll


Diameteiu\

[17].

'02.

Room
roll,

Blue glazed
D.
very rich dark

Jaience.

Length U m

05.

Model

of a cylindrical

papyrus

similar to Xn. [IG].


lilue.

QX'AUTV OF Glaze, very


[Davis Collection.]

tine; colour,

46430.

Model Papyrus Roll [18]. Blue glazed faience. Length


Diameter
Model
of

-05.

'015.

Room
roll,

D.
iiiid

a cylindrical papyrus

with a modelled indentation down centre

modelletl coil at eitlier end.

Quality of Glaze, very

tine: colour, rich

dark hlue.

46431.

Model Papyrus Roll


Diameter
Model

[19].

'015.

Room
roll,

Blue glazed
D.
dark blue.

faience. Length

05.

of a cylindrical

papyrus

similar to Xo. [16].

Quality of Glaze, very

fine; colour, rich

46432.

Model Papyrus Roll [20]. Blue glazed


Diameter
Model

faience.

-Length

045.

'Ol.

Room
roll,
;

D.

of a cylindrical

papyrus
fine

similar to Xo. [16].


1

Quality of Glaze, very

colour, rich dark

ilue.

46433.

Cylinder [21]. Blue glazed ni -04. Room D. Plate

faience.

Length
Ijlaciv

m
line

12.

Diameter
in a

XXV.
running around the
of

Cylinder, in blue glazed faience, ornamented with a

circumference at

either

end and the prenomen

Thoutmosis IV written

vertical line on the centre:

(? ^
[ ^...'f?,,^

]
blue.

Quality of Glaze, good


Complete.

colour,

medium

Cylinder

[22].

Blue
D.

glazed

faience.

Length

12.

Diameter

-04.

Room
;

Cylinder, in blue glazed faience, similar to Xo. 4G4;jo.

(Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

medium

blue.

I5roken into two pieces (complete).


[Davi.s Collection.]

118

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.


Cylinder
[23].

46434.

-04.

Eoom
gi,"

Blue
D.

glazed

flVience.

Length

-12.

Diameter

Cylinder, in blue glazed faience, similar to No. 46433.

Quality of Glaze,

id; colour,

mediuni

lihie.

Broken

into tliree pieces (complete).

46435.

Cylinder
U

[24].

Blue
D.

glazed

faieuce.

Length

!_'.

-Diameter

-04.

lioom
;

Cylinder, in blue glazed faience, similar in No. 46433.

Quality of Glaze, good


Broken into two pieces

colour,

medimu

blue.

(a small

fragment missing).

46436.

Fragment

m
Fragment

-06.

of a Cylinder m -04. Diameter

[25].

Blue
D.

glazed

faience.

Length

Room

of a cylinder, in blue glazed faieuce, similar to


:

Nu.

4643.'!.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

mediuni bhie.

Cylinder

[26].

m
Quality of
Complete.

-04.

Room

Blue
D.

glazed

faience.

Length

-12.

Diameter

Cylinder, in blue glazed faience, similar tu Xo. 46433.


GljVze, good; colour,

medium

blue.

[Davis Collection.]

BUACELETS.

119

21.

BllACELETS.
lu

46437.

Bracelet [l]. Blue glazed faience. Diameter


()

'lO. Breadth

-015.

Deptli

-01.

Bracelet, of blue glazed faience, in the fonn

cif

a plain ring of rectangular section.

QUAIJTV OF Glaze, good;

colour, tnilliant niediuui blue.

Broken into

.six

pieces (complete).

46438.

Bracelet
(

[2].

Ol.

Depth

Blue
medium;

glazed

faience. Diameter

()*). Breadth

'005.

Bracelet, nf blue glazed faience, in the form of a plain ring of rectangular section.
Ql'Ai.iTV OF Gl>AZE,
colour,

medium

blue.

Broken

into five pieces (complete).

46439.

Bracelet

[3].

-015.

Blue Dejith

glazed

faience. Diameter

m i. Breadth

-Ul.

Bracelet, of lilue glazed faience, in the form

(if

a plain riug of rectangular .section.

Quality of Glaze, good;

colour, niediuni

l.ilue.

I5roken into six pieces (complete).

46440.

Bracelet
U

[4].

-015.

Blue Depth
medium

glazed

faience.

Diameter
lilue.

l.

Breadth

-01.

Bracelet, of lilue glazed faience, in the form of a plain ring of rectangular .section.

Ql'ality of Glaze,

(rougliish); colour,

medium

Broken

into

.six

pieces.

46441.

Bracelet

[5].

-017.

Blue Depth

glazed

faience.

Diameter
cjf

1.

Breadth

'007.

Bracelet, of Idue glazed faience, in the form of a plain ring

rectangular section.

Quality of Glaze, very


Bniken

tine; colour, lirilliant

mediiuu blue.

into four pieces (incomplete).

V20

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.


Bracelet
[G].

46442.

-Ulo.

Depth

Blue

glazed

fiiience.

Diameter
blue.

'l.

Breadth

-005.

Bracelet, nf blue glazed faience, in the fonu of a ring of rectangular section.

Quality of Glaze, very good;


Broken into seven

culnur, In'illiant

medium

i)ieces (incomplete).

46443.

Bracelet

[7 J.

-Blue

glazed

faience.

Diameter
I)lue.

'l.

Breadth

1)15.

Depth

1)1.

Bracelet, of blue glazed faience, in

tlie

furm of a plain ring

of rectangular section.

Quality of Glazk, very good;


Broken

colour, brilliant

medium

into tive pieces (incomplete).

46444.

Bracelet

[8].

-015.

Blue Depth
;

glazed

faience.

Diameter

"l.

Breadth

-Ul.

Bracelet, of blue glazed faience, in the form of a plain ring of rectangular section.

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

blue.

Broken into four pieces (incomplete).

46445.

Bracelet

[9].

-Uie.

Blue Depth

glazed

faience.

Diameter
blue.

'l.

Breadth

-01.

Bracelet, of blue glazed faience, in the

fin'iu of

a plain ring of rectangular section.

Quality of Glaze, medium (roughish);


Broken into
tive pieces (incomplete).

colour,

medium

46446.

Bracelet

[lO].

-016.

Depth

Blue

glazed faience.

Diameter
blue.

-085.-

Breadth

m
;

-005.

Bracelet, of lilue glazed faience, in the form of a plain ring of rectangular section.

Quality of Glaze, very good


Broken into

colour

medium

six pieces (incomplete).

46447.

Bracelet [U]. Blue glazed m -02. Depth m -05.

faience.

Diameter

-09.

Breadth

Bracelet, of IjIuc glazed faience, in the form of a ring of rectangular section.

Quality of Glaze, very


Five pieces (incomplete).

gootl

colour,

medium

blue.

BRACELETS.

121

46448.

Bracelet [12]. Blue glazed faience. Diameter


in

lu

"l. Breadth

-013. Deptli
fa'iuiice,

-01.

Bracelet, of blue glazed

in the

form of a ring

of rectangular section.

QuAUTV

OK Gr.AZE, niediuui

colour, uiediuni blue.

Five pieces (incouiplete).

46449.

Bracelet [13]. Blue glazed faience. Diameter U m -015. Deptli ni -01.

!. Breadth

Bracelet, of blue glazed faience, in the form of a ring of rectangular section.

Quality of Glaze, medium


Three pieces (incomplete).

(roughisli)

cnhmr,

medium

blue.

46450.

Bracelet
ni
-01

[14].

Blue

glazed

faience.

Diameter
i.if

-1.

Breadth

7. Depth

-05.

Bracelet, of blue glazed faience, in the form of a ring

rectangular section.

Quality of

Gl.\ze, good; colour,

medium

lilue.

[Seventy-five fragments of bracelets, of blue glazed faience, in

tlie

form of rings of

rectangular section and similar to the abox'e.]

Catal. die Museo,

ii.

46001.

16

122

CATALOGUE DU MCSISE DU CAIRE.

22.

PLAQUES AND BOXES.


m
-125. Width
[1].

Plaque [l]. Faience, glazed.Length Depth U ni -UOS. Chamber 3. Plate


Eectangnlav
pla(|ue,
:

-087.

XXVI

with a uarruw circular hole at the lower eml.


of the lower half is written in
\

Ornamentation

Near the centre

iolet

a cartouche

containing the prenomen of Thoutniosis

lY
a

enclosed in a rectangle.
of violet.

Around the

edge of the upper surface of the plaque

is

narrow band

Quality of Glaze, medium


Broken into

colour, light

ilue.

six pieces (nearly complete).

[Davis Collection.]

46451.

Plaque [2]. Faience, glazed.Length ni -008. Chamber 3. Depth

12.Width

-08.

Eectangular plaque, with a narrow circular hole at the lower end.

Ornamentation: similar

to No. [1].
:

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour, light blue.

Broken into ten pieces (nearly complete).

46452.

Box [3].Faience, glazed. Length


Height

m OC Width
liy

1)41.

-042.- Chamber
lid

3.

Plain rectangular box, with movalile

pierced

narrow holes

at lioth ends.

Quality of Glaze, good


Both ends
of the

colour, bright lilue.

box are missing.

46453.

Lid of a Box [4]. Faience, glazed. Length m -042.- Chamber 3.


Lid of a box, rectangular in shape and pierced w
itli

-077. Width

a luile at one end.


is

The edges are

grooved on the underside.


liieroglyphs reading
:

Down
f
^,
,

the centre of the lid


.^

a vertical line of incised


side.

.Q.

with a vertical incised line on either


J

Quality of Glaze, good;

colour, a fine

medium

blue.

Broken

into five pieces.

PLATE

XXVI,

^'
T^^Sr

n"^^^

CO

PLAQUES AXD BOXES.

123

46454.

Fragments of a Box [5]. Blue glazed faience. Length Width U m -Oo. --Depth m -043. Room D.
Eight fragments of a plain rectangular
of one
Ijhx, in l.ilue

m
lid

-083.

glazed fa'ience: the

and part

end wanting.

There

is

a small hole at either end for inserting a

wooden peg

to tie the lid on.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

medium

blue.

46455.

Fragments of Plaques [G]. Blue


outside toml).

glazed faience. Found in dehris

Two

fragments
relief

of blue glazed faience plac^ues. ^vith parts of

human

figures modelled in

low

on the upper surface.


colour, lightish blue.

Quality of Glaze, good;

16.

124

CATALOGUE DU WDSEE DU CAIRE.

23.

MODEL LOTUS BUDS.


m
11.

46456.

Model Lotus Bud [l]. Bke glazed faience. Height

Maximum
Model
black
lotus
lines.

diameter
sepals

-038.Room
in
l)lack

Y. Plate XXVI.
and hairs represented by short

bud, with

outlined

Quality of Glaze,

fine

colour,

medium

lilue.

Model Lotus Bud [2]. Blue glazed Maxinumi diameter m '04. Ptoom

faience.

Height

'105.

Y.

Model

lotus bud, with ornameutatiou similar to No. 46456.


tine: colour, a

Quality of Glaze, very


[Davis Collection.]

medium

brilliant blue.

46457.

Model Lotus Bud [3]. Blue glazed faience. Height

m lOS.

Maximum
Model

diameter

"035.

Room
blue.

Y.

lotus bud, with ornamentation similar to No. 46456.


colour,

Quality of Glaze, good;


Tip
of butl broken.

medium

46458.

Model Lotus Bud [4]. Blue glazed faience.- Height

-085.

Maximum
Model
lotus butl,

diameter

"04.

Room
blue.

R.
lines painted in black.

ornamented with vertical and zigzag


fine
;

Quality of Glaze,
Tip of bud broken.

colour,

medium

46459.

Model Lotus Bud [5]. Blue glazed faience. Height

-09.

Maximum
Model

diameter

"04.

Room
blue.

Z.

lotus bud, with ornamentation similar to No. 46456.


;

Quality of Glaze, poor


Tip of bud broken
off.

colour,

medium

MODEL LOTUS BUDS.


46460.

1-25

Model Lotus Bud [6]. Blue glazed faience. Height

-085.

Maximum
Model
lotus
Ijiul,

diameter

-032.

Koom
hmad

D.

with oruameutation similar to No. 464.50.

hole has

lieeii

sunk

in

tlie

centre of the

eml. in which are remains of a

wooden

pin.

Quality of Glaze, medium:

colour,

medium

hlue.

46461.

Model Lotus Bud [7]. Blue

glazed

tkieuce. Height
D.
hairs represented

-Odb.

Maximum
Model
lines

diameter

'035.

Room

lotus bud, with sepals outlined in black a,nd


:

by short black

a row of shorter sepals around the base.


gooil
;

Quality of Glaze,

colour, light blue.

46462.

Tip of a model Lotus


Tip of a
mi.)del lotus

Bud

[8].

Blue

glazed I'aieuce. Room D.


(jf

bud, with urnamentation similar In that


:

No. 46456.

Quality of Glaze, good

cohmr,

medium

blue.

46463.

Lower end of a model Lotus Bud Maxinuim diameter m '032. Room


Lower end
of a nuidel lutus bud,

['J].

Blue glazed

faience.

D.
t<;i

with ornamentation similar

that of No. 46456.

Quality of

CJlaze, fdue

colour,

medium

blue.

'

120

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE

1)U

CAIRE.

24.

MODEL KOHL
glazed

POTS.
m
[1].

Model Kohl Pot [l]. Blue


Diameter at base
Model kohl
pot, in

faience. Height

-075.

-02. Room
h(_>llnw

D. Plate XXVI
On

the shape of a
tied

.shaft

with capital composed


of cord.

of

hnely

modelled pahu leaves

round with three rings

the column two

vertical lines of hieroglyphs, written in Idack, reading:

nlf

'^[|i|l

s^nj^^^ JJ

Quality of Glaze, very Hno


[Davi.s Collection.]

colour, a l)rilliant dark blue.

46464.

Model Kohl Pot [2]. Blue glazed faience. Height


Diameter at the base
Model kohl
put, in

-07.

'015.

Room

D.
[I], l.mt

shape and ornamentation similar to No.

without the

modelled bauds round the upper part of the


their place.

shaft, l)lack painted

bauds being in

No

inscription.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, a dark lilue.

46465.

Model Kohl Pot


Diameter
Model kohl
at base

[3].

Blue
m
015.

glazed

faience.

Room
l)lue.

Height

-065.

D.

pot, in

shape and ornamentation similar to No. 4(5464.


;

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, a

dark

46466.

Lower part of a model Kohl Pot [4]. Blue


Diameter at the base
Model kohl
pot, iu

glazed

faience.

m
-^^-^
j

'02.

shape similar to shaft of No.


:

1.

Inscription on side written

vertically in black

'?,,^

3 t=t

Quality of Glaze, very

fine

colour, a Ijrilliant

dark

Ijlue.

MODEL KOHL

POTS.

127

46467.

Two fragments
Height
Model kohl
111

()'.).

of a model Kohl Pot [5]. Blue glazed faience. Diameter at base m -025. Eoom K.

pot, in tlio shape .,f u h.jllow sliaft with capital composed of finely modelled palm leaves, having a square abacus at the top.

Quality of

CIlaze, fine: colour, dark lilue.

46468.

Four fragments of a model Kohl Pot [6]. Blue


Diameter at base
Fragments
of a

glazed faience.

-017.

model

k(.hl pot, similar to


;

No. 4C4G7, but without the square abacus.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, dark blue.

128

CATALOGUE DU MUS^E DU CAIRE.

25.

MODEL HEADS OF SERPENTS.


m
Head of a Serpent [l]. '05. Maximum width across

46469.

Model

Blue
head,

glazed

faience.

02-3.

Room

Length
D.
the tup

Head
of

of a serpent, finely modelleil,


:

with the prenomen of Thoutmosis

lY on

head

9,,^

^
I

Quality of Glaze,

fine; colour, darlc lihio.

46470.

Model Head of a Serpent


width across head
Model head
QuALFLY OF
of a serpent, in

[2].

"022.

Room

Blue
D.

glazed faience.

Maximum

shape and inscription similar to No. 46469.

Gl.vze, good

colour, dark Ijlue.

Broken

off at end.

46471.

Model

m
Head

035.

Head of a Serpent [3]. Maximum diameter

Blue
m
012.

glazed

faience.

Room

Length

D.

of a serpent, finely

modelled in blue glazed faience, with black dots and Hues

round ueck, and

lilack ej'es.
;

Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

dark blue.

Pierced at end for suspension.

46472.

Model Head of a Serpent [4]. Blue

glazed

faience.

m
Model head

"035.

Maximum
;

diameter

^012.

Room

Length

D.

of a serpent, in

shape and ornamentation similar to No. 46471.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

dark blue.

Pierced at end for suspension.

46473.

Model

m
Model head

035.

Head of a Serpent [5]. Blue Maximum diameter m '012.

glazed

faience.

Room

Length

D.
4G47
1

of a serpent, in shape
;

and ornamentation similar


dark Idue.

to No.

Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

Pierced at end for suspension.

MODEL HEADS OF SERPENTS.

129

46474.

Model
U
111

Head of a Serpent [G]. Blue


-035.

Maxinmni

glazed

fkience. Leugtb
D.

diameter
in

-012.

Room

Head

of a serpent, finely

modelled

blue glazed faience, with black dols and liney

round neck and eyes.


(tlUALrrv OK Glaze, very g-ood; colour, dark blue.

Jjrokcn into two pieces.

CciUiL d>' Muse'e, n. 40001.

130

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

26.

MISCELLANEOUS AMULETS.
[l].

46475.

Amulet

Blue

glazed

flVience.

Length
hack and

-115.

Width
itfs

-04. Thickness

-013. Koom

D. Plate XXVI.
fsliglitly

Q-shaped amulet,
npper surface.
without

in l)lue glazed faience, flat at the It


liears

nninded on
a

the

prenomen

of

Thoutniosis

IV

within

cartnuche

l)ase line in the

centre of the upper side.


;

Quality of Glaze, medium


Perfect.

colour,

medium

blue.

Amulet

[2].

'045.

Blue glazed Thickness m


;

faience.
01.

Room
Idue.

Length
D.

-115.

Width

shaped amulet, in blue glazed faience.

I'lain.

Quality of Gla^e, medium

colour,

medium

Broken

into

two pieces (complete).

[Davis Collection.]

46476.

Amulet

[3]. Blue

glazed

faience. Length

-12. Width

-045. Thickness
.sinalar to

m
[2].

'Ol. Room D.

0-shaped amulet,

No.

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

Ijlue.

Broken into two pieces (complete).

46477.

Amulet [4]. Blue

glazed faience. Length


Ol.

Thickness
Q-shaped amulet,

11.Width

Room

04.

D.

similar to No. [2].


;

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

blue.

Broken into two pieces (complete).

MISCELLANEOUS AMULETS.

131

46478.

Amulet

[5]. Blue
-037.

glazed

feience.Length

-11.Width

Thickness
pieces.

-01. Eoom D.

Q-shaped amulet,

similar to 'No. [2].


colour,

Quality of Glaze, medium;


Broken into three

medium

lilue.

46479.

Amulet [G]. Blue

g-kzed faience. Length

ni -11.

Width

'04.

Thickness
Broken
two
pieces.

-01.-Room D.
to

shaped amulet, similar

No.

[!'].

Quality of Glaze, medium;


into

colour,

medium

blue.

Amulet

[7].

Thickness
Broken into two

Blue
m

glazed faience.
-01.

Length
blue.

-11.- Width

-04.

Room
[2].

D.

-shaped amulet, similar to No.

Quality of Glaze, medium


pieces.

colour,

medium

[Davis Collection.]

46480.

Amulet

[8]. Blue

glazed

faience. Length
-01.

m 11Width

m
f

-043.

Thickness

Room
lilue.

D.

Vshaped amulet,

similar to No. [2].


colour,

Quality of Glaze, medium;


Broken
into

medium

two

pieces.

46481.

Fragment of an Amulet [9]. Blue

glazed faience. Width

-04.

Thickne.ss
Fragment
of a

"01.

Q-shaped amulet,
;

similar to No. [2].

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

l)hu\

46482.

Fragment of an Amulet [lO]. Blue


Thickness
Fragment
of

glazed taience. Width

04.

-01.

)-shaped amulet, similar to No.


;

[2].

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

blue.
17.

132

CATALOGUE DU MUSfiE DU CAIRE.

46483.

Amulet [ll]. Blue

glazed

faience. Height
-0025.

-065. Width

m
(

-025.

Thickness
lilue

Eoom

D.

y-shaped amulet, in
surface.

glazed faience,

flat at

the back and rounded on its upper

Quality of Glaze, good

colour,

medium

Idue.

Broken

at the top.

46484.

Fragment of an Amulet

[12].

Thickness
Frasment

m
;

'0025.

Eoom
1

Blue glazed
D.
ilue.

faience.

Width

08.

of the centre ixirt of

an amulet, similar to Xo. 46483.

QX'ALITY OF Glaze, good

colour,

medium

46485.

Fragment
U

of

an

Amulet
in

[13]. '004.

-all.

Tliickness
Blue
m

Blue glazed Room D.

faience.

Width

Fragment

of tlie u])per part of

an amulet, similar to No. 46483.

Amulet

[14].

glazed

faience.

across arms

'OS.

Room D. Plate
life
,

Height
XXYI
its

m
[14].

"065.

Breadth
flat

Amulet,

in the

form of the symljol of

rounded on

upper surface,

below

and with a cylindrical bead at the top for suspension.


solid

The centre

of the l(5op is

and painted black.


fine
;

Quality of Glaze, very

colour, a brilliant deep blue.

Broken

into

two pieces (complete).

[Davis Collection.]

Fragments of Amulets

[15].

Blue

glazed faience.

Room

D.

Sixty fragments of amulets, similar to No. [14], except that some of them have the
centre of the loop hollow.
[Davis Collection.]

Amulet

[16].

Blue
m
below.
;

glazed

faience.

across arms

"025.

Room D. Plate

Height
XXVI
p\,

m
[16].

-05.

Breadth
its

Amulet,

in the

form of the symbol of protection


flat

rounded and modelled on

upper surface,

The centre

of the loop is hollow.

Quality' of Glj\2E, very fine

colour, a brilhant deep blue.

Broken into two pieces (complete).


[Da-^ds Collection.]

MLSCELLANEUUS AMULETS.

133

Fragments of Amulets
Seventy-twii fragments
iit'

[17].

Blue

glazed faience.

Eoom

D.

amulets, similar to No. [IG], except that some uf them have

the centre of the loop solid ami painted Mack.


[Davis
Collectiiiii.]

Amulet
U ni

[18].

Blue
of the
is

glazed

faience.

Height
[18].
,

-05.

Breadth
fiat

02. Ptoom
form

D. Plate XXVI

Amulet,
lielow.

in the

symljol of stalality H

modelleil in low relief above,

At the top
Gi.-VZE,

fixed a cylindrical bead for attachment.


lirilliant

QUALITV OF
Perfect.

very tine; colour, a

deep blue.

[Da\-is Collection.]

Fragments of Amulets
Seventy fragments
[Davis Collection.]

[19].

Blue

glazed faience.

Pioom

U.

of amulets, similar to

No. [18], but varying

.slightly in size.

Fragments of Amulets
Eleven fragments
low

[20].

Blue

glazed faience.
eye

Ptooni D.

of amulets, in the

form

of the sacred

^^
m

modelled above in

relief, flat lielow.

These amulets were originally about

'04 in length.

[Davis Collection.]

Beads

[-!]

Blue glazed faience and


(jf

glass.

Room

I)

and Chamber

3.

small (quantity

blue and

\'iolet

faience lieads and lalue glass beads were also found.

[Davis Collection.]

46486.

Group of Amulets Plate XXVI.


@

in

Stand [22]. Bhxe glazed


Q g

fluence.

Room D.
relief

Group
in

of three amulets,

Oi
is

T'! Uj in a stand.

Each amulet

is

modelled in low

front

and

is

flat

at the back.

They

are all ornamented with black lines.


into the mortice holes of the stand.
it

At

the base of eacli

anndet broken

a tongue

to fix it

The fft-amulet
breadtli
it

is

acro.ss

the top and a fragment fmni

is

wanting.

In

measures
is

m
]
l.l

-038.

The Y-amulet The H-amulet

high and

it

has

its left

arm broken away.


of the top is mi.ssing.

is

liroken above the first bar

and the whole

184

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIKE.


The base
is

rounded

at

the ends but

is

flat

in section,

and measures

"1

long,

-022 broad,

by

-008 thick.
;

Quality of Glaze, medium

colour,

medium

ilue.

Group of Amulets
Group
of

in

Stand
fL

[-3].

Blue
it

glazed faience.
is

Koolu
in

D.
low-

three amulets, u,
front

-i-,

in a
;

stand.

P'ach amulet
all

modelled

relief

and

is

flat

at the back
is

they were

ornamented with black

lines.

At

the base of each amulet


i.s

a tongue to fix

into the mortice holes of the stand.


it

The H-amulet

broken across the bottom.


is

In height

measures

'085,

and

its

maximum

lireadth

m
tJie

035.

Of the -r-amulet only

top

is

preserved.

The f|-amulet
The base
is

is

broken across the top and measures in breadth


is

"032.

rectangular in shape,

flat

in section

and measures

'135

long,

-04 broad,

by

-0012.
colour,

Quality of Glaze, good;

medium

blue.

Bears traces of ancient mending.


[Da^is Collection.]

46487.

Group of Amulets
Group
of

in

Stand
n, u,
;

[24].

Blue

glazed faience.
is

Room
lines.

D.
lnw

three amulets, f*,


is flat

hi

a stand.
all

Each amulet

modelled in

reUef and

at the back
is

they were
fix it

ornamented with black


tlie

At the

base of each amulet

a tongue to
is

into the mortice holes of

stand.
'035.

The left-hand ft-amulet The centre M-amulet


is

l)roken across the top,

and

in breadth is

m
m

broken across the top and in lireadth measures

m
-04.

035.

The u-amulet measures The base


is

"08 high

and

its

maximum

lireadth

is

rectangular in shape,

is

flat

in section, and

measures

13

long,

-04 broad,

and

ni OOIS thick.
;

Quality of Glaze, good

colour, a

medium

lilue.

Bears traces of having been anciently mended with yellow plaster.

PLATE

XXm

46501

46493.

46499

46500

^^
46510.

46511.

46495

GLASS

(iLASS.

135

27.

GLASS.

Bottle

[1].

Light
base.
:

turquoise-blue glass.

Height

-09.^

Maximum
rini,

diameter of bowl
In the shape
of a

-06. Room
liottle, willi

D.Plate XXVII

[1].

broad-bowled

navrow neck and projecting

and foot

and projecting
OnXAiiENTATlON
violet,
wliite,

Ri)n of
violet,

lip,
1

violet;

ncrl, zigzag lines of yellow, violet, light

l)lue

light

>lue, white, light blue,

and yellow

hoirl,

light blue

ground with zigzag

lines of yelliiw, light blue,

and white three times repeated and


'/"',

a violet zigzag line below (the two glass loop handles broken away); foot and
light blue.

Quality of Glass, very

tine.

Eleven pieces (incomplete).


[Davi.s Collection.]

46488.

Bottle [2]. Light turcjuoise-blue gla.ss. Height


diameter of bowl

"07

? .Maximum

m
lip,

'05.

Room D. Plate
;

XXVII.

In the shajie of a liroad-bowled

b(jttle

with wide neck and projecting base.


ncd-,

Oknajiextatiox
yellow
;

Ilim
light

of

yellnw

wavy

lines of

dark blue, light

l^lue
;

and
hase,

loivJ,

Ijlue

with dark blue loop handles (broken) on sides

liglit lilue.

QuALFLY of Glass, very good.

Nine pieces (incomplete).

46489.

Fragments of the lower part of a Vase [3]. Light Diameter of foot m "OS. Room D. blue glass.

turquoise-

In the shape

of a long slender vase with foot

and projecting base

the lip and neck

are wanting.

Ornamextatiox

loid, light blue with zigzag lines of white, violet,


of the

ami yellow

lines

around the lower extremity

bowl

is

a rim of

-siolet

foot and

hasc, light blue.

Quality of Glass, very

fine.

Eight pieces (incomjjlete).

136

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

46490.

Fragments of a Vase [4]. Light of foot m -03. Room D.

turquoise-blue

glass.

Diameter

In the form of a liroad-iiecked \ase.

Okxame.ntatiox:

Liji, liglil

blue; na-k, zigzag Hues of white, dark bhie, light blue and
boicl, light

yellow repeated four times with a yellow zigzag line below; (broken) violet loop handles
;

blue, with

fooi, light Ijlue

with a rim of yellow.

Quality of Glass, very good.

Nine

pieces.

46491.

Fragments of a Vase
diameter of bowl

[5].

m
rim

"055.

turquoise-blue Koom D.
Liglit
howl, light blue

glass.

Maximum

In the form of a Ijroad-necked vase.

Orxamex'Tatiox
liglit lilue,

Lij}, violet

7w'c^,
;

alternate bauds of yellow, light blue, violet,


\\

and

wliite zigzag lines

ith

wavy bands
blue,

at top turning
lines

to zigzag
foot, light

bands below, of repeating yellow, dark


blue with violet rim around base.

Ijlue, light

and white

Quality of Glass, very good.


Five pieces.

46492.

Fragments of a Vase Plate XXVII.


In the form
of

[G].

Light

turquoise-blue glass.

Room 1).

a Ijroad-necked vase.
:

Ornamentation
blue, violet,

Z)jj,

violet

rim

neck, zigzag

bands of
;

violet, yellow, ^iolet, light


loir/,

Hght blue, and white lines twice repeated


\\

light blue

with zigzag

bands

of yellow, light blue,

hite, light blue, yellow, light lilue

and

^\hite lines.

Quality of Glass, very good.


Six pieces.

46493.

Fragments of a Vase
across neck
In the form
of a
:

[7].

Light

turquoise-blue

glass.

Diameter
and

-06.Room

D. Plate XXVII.

broad-necked vase with rim round neck.


Zij), violet

Oenajientation

rini
;

neck,

wavy bands

of yellow, violet, light blue,

wliite Imes, twice repeated

hoid, light turquoise-blue glass

with a similar arrange-

ment

of coloured

bands as on neck.

Quality of Glass, very good.


Twelve
pieces.

GLASS.

i:;7

46494.

Fragments of a Vase [8]. Light of foot m -035. Room D.

turquoise-blue glass. Diameter

In

tlie

form of a hroail-uecked vase with rim round neck.


:

Oenamentatiox

Lip, violet rim; mrI,;yAr^ bands of wlnte, tlark


lines;
bovl, liglit turquoise-blne glass

lilne,

light

blue,

and dark bine

with

violet, light blue, white,


;

light blue, violet

wv^ lines
vev}- good.

twice repeated

hamUo^, dark

lilue

foot, light Idue.

Quality of Glass,
Four
pieces.

46495.

Fragments of a Vase [9]. Light


Plate

turquoise-blue glass. Room

D.

XXYIL
bowl of a broad-necked vase.
:

Fragment

of the

Oenamentatiox
blue glass.

Bo'irl,

wavy

lines of yellow,

light

blue,

violet,

white, light

blue,

violet, white, light

blue, violet,

and

yello\\

on a light

lilue

ground; hand/cs, dark

Quality of Glass, very good.

One

piece.

46496.

Fragments of a Vase [lO]. Light


Fragments
neck.

turquoise-blue glass. Room D.


rim round

of the lower part of a small vase, in light blue glass with thick

Plain.

Quality of Glass, very good.


Eight pieces.

46497.

Fragments of a Vase [ll]. Light across ueck m '06. Room D.

turquoise-blue glass. Diameter

Fragments

of a small vase, iu light blue glass with a

rim of yellow glass aroimd the

top of the ueck.

Quality of Glass, very good.


ive pieces.

46498.

Fragments of a Vase
Ijowl U lu

[12].

Violet

glass.

Maximum
and

diameter of

-OG. Chamber 4. Plate


bow 1
of a

XXVIL
violet repeated four

Fragments

of the
:

broad-necked vase.
lines of yellow, violet, white,

Oenamentatiox

oivl,

wavy

times on a violet ground.

Quality of Glass, very good.

Two

pieces.
Muse'e, n. 46001.

Catal da

18

138

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

46499.

Fragment of a Vase
bowl about
Fragments

[13].

Violet

gkss.

Maximum
wavy

diameter of

m
a

-OG. Room I). Plate XXVII.

of the liowl of a Ijroad-neckecl vase.


:

(Ikna-MENTATION

Jjovr/,

wavy

line of yellow,

then five white

lines alternating

with violet lines; below, are two yellow wavy lines alternating with violet; liumUc,
violet glass.

Quality of Glass, good.

One

piece.

46500.

Fragments of a Bottle [14]. Violet m -0;^ Room D. Plate XXVII.


()

glass.

Diameter

acro.ss

neck

Fragments

of liottle.
:

Ornamentation

Lip, yellow rim

va-l-,

rings of white alternating with violet

howl.
;

wavy

lines of

white, violet, yellow, violet, anil white on a dark

hlne grijnnd

handle, violet.

Quality of Glass, very good.


Three pieces.

46501.

Fragments of a Vase [15]. Violet U m UoS. Room D. Plate XXVII.


Fragments
of a

glass.

Diameter

across neck

hroad-necked vase.
:

Oenamentation
violet, yellow,

Lip and rim,

violet

iiecl\

vs/\A^ lines of white, violet, yellow, white,


;

wMte,

violet,

repeated twice

hoicl,

similar ornamentation as on neck.

Quality of Glass, very good.

Four

pieces.

46502.

Fragments of a Bowl [16].Violet glass.Room


Fragments
of a circnlar-shaped bowl,
:

D.

with small
;

foot.

Ornamentation

Lip, rim of yellow

howl,

wavy
iif

lines of yellow,

vi(.ilet,

white, violet,

repeated four times and on the

liase

a line

3'ellow.

Quality of Glass, very good.


Five pieces.

46503.

Fragments of a Vase
Fragments
of a

[17].

Violet

glass.

Room

D.

broad-necked vase.
nech, violet: nccli,

Ornamentation: Rim of
yellow, repeated twice.

wavy

lines of yellow, violet, white, \iolet.

Quality of Glass, very good.

Two

pieces.

46504.

Fragments of a Vase
Fragments
of a vase.
L'oir/,

[i 8].

Violet glass. Room

I).

Okxamext.vtioX:
j^ninnil.

shalldw

wavy

lines nf

wliite,

Muc. and yellow,

(in

inlet

QuAi.ii-v OK Glass, njodd.

Three small

pieces.

46505.

Fragment of a Vase
Fragment
of a

|i!]. Violet glas.s. lioom

I).

Imwl
:

(if

a vase.

Orxamextatiox

Jl(i)n\

twice repeated on a

wavy lines hlne gnmiKh

of

light

hlne, vudet, white, vidlel.

and yellow,

QUAMTV
One

OF Glass,

\-eiT good.

small piece.

46506.

Fragment of a Vase
Fragment
of the
:

i^Uj. Tiansi)areut dark blue glass. Room D.

howl

of a vase.

Okxamextatiox
on a dark

Uoir/,

wavv

ww

lines of white, hlne, yellow, white, twice re[)cated

l.ilne

gronnd.

Quality

oi-'

Glass, very good.

One small

piece.

46507.

Fragments of a Bottle, m -O-IT. Room

[i^l]. Violet glas,s. Diameter across neck

I ).

Fragments

of a glass
:

l.iottle,

with narrow
plain;

foot.

Orxamext.VTIOX
foot, a

/('////

of

iicii-,
it.

ace],',

one white hand ariamd

it;

hoivl,

plain:

white rim ronnd

Quality of Glass, very good.


Three pieces.

46508.

Fragments of a Bottle [22].Violet glass. Diameter acmss mouth m -O.S.- Room D.


Fragments
of a liottle,
:

with liroad IkjwI and narrow


of
iirrk,

fo(jt.

Ornamextatiox

/('////

yellow

nrck, ])lain

hotrl,

plain: foot, plain

with a

yellow rim around.

QUAIJTY

(JF

Glass,

\-ery good.

Two

pieces.
18.

140

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

46509.

Fragments of a Vase m '055. Koom D.

[23].

Violet

glass.

Diameter

across

neck

Fragments

of a

broad-necked vase.
:

Oenamentatiox

IliiH

o/

/if f/i',

light blue

wA-, plain

//oc.-/,

plain

]taiiiUc,ye\\(m.

Quality of Glass, good.

Two

pieces.

46510.

Fragments XXVII.
Fragments

of

Vase

[24]. Violet

glass. Eoom

D.

Plate

of the lower part of a bottle,

with

flat

bottom.

Plain

^iolet glass.

Quality of Glass, very good.

Two

pieces.

46511.

Fragments of a Bowl [25]. Violet m -09. Eoom D. Plate XXVII.


Fragments
of a shallow bowl,

glass.

Diameter
glass.

across

mouth

with narrow rim, plain vinlet

Quality of Glass, good.


Six pieces.

46512.

Fragments of a Bowl [2G.] Violet glass.Ptoom


Fragments
of a bowl, similar to

D.

No. 46."in.

Two

pieces.

46513.

Fragments of a Vase [27].Violet glass.Koom


Fragments
of a large glass vase,

D.

with yellow rim on

lip.

Quality of Glass, good.


Five pieces.

46514.

Fragments of a Vase
Fragments
of a large
:

[28].

Violet
;

glass. Room D.

broad-necked vase.
neck and
Jioirl,

Ornamentation

Nech, rim of yellow glass

plain.

Quality of Glass, good.


Eleven
pieces.

G LASS.

46515.

Fragments of a Vase [29]. Violet glass. Room


Fi'agmeuts of a large brciad-neckeil vase.
<)i;xAMENTATii)X:

I).

The

luiwl

is

jilaiii,

witli

hamlles on either side compcsed

<>1'

thiek

yellow rods.
(Quality of Glass, good.

Three

pieces.

46516.

Fragments of a Vase
iraguieiits nf a vase, of
(^JUALiTY OF Glass, fair.

[;]0j. Milky coloured glass. lloom D.


oriiaiiientafinii.

milky coloured glass without

Six pieces.

46517.

Foot of a Bowl [31]. BrowD glass. Diameter


Fragment
of a large bowl,

042. lloom D.

with narrow

fijot,

in Ijrown coloured glass.

Quality of Glass, medium.

Ten

pieces.

46518.

Foot of a Bowl [32]. Brown


Foot of a large bowl, similar
t<j

glass.

Diameter

055.Room D.

No. 46517.

One

piece.

46519.

Fragments of a Dish [33]. Brown glass. Room


Fragments
of a Ijrown glass shalhjw dish, gr(jund

D.

on both

sides.

Twenty-three pieces.

46520.

Fragments of a Bracelet [34]. Violet glass. Diameter Width m -02. Room D.


Fragments
of bracelet, of violet glass, with rims of white ojiacpie glass.

07.

Quality of Glass, medium.


Four
pieces.

46521.

Fragments of Bracelet [35]. Violet glass. Diameter Width m -025. Room D.

08.

Fragments

of a violet glass bracelet,

with two rims of yellow

glass.

Quality of Glass, good.

Two

pieces.

142

CATALOGUE DU MUSEP] DU CAIRE.

46522.

Fragment of a Bracelet
Itodin
L).

[:]G]. Violet

glass. Width o

02.

l-'ian'uieiit

of a siiuilav livacelet to

Xo. 40321.

46523.

Fragments of a Bowl
Fnigineuts of a bowl, of light
QrAi.TTV OF Glass, good.

[37].

Liyht

blue glass.

Room

D.

lilue glass, witli

a vim of lighter Hue.

Two

iiieces.

46524.

Fragments of a Bowl
i''i-agiueiits
<if

|o8].

Liglit blue glass.

Room

I).

a howl, light hlue glass,

with j-ellow rim.

QfAi.rrv OF
Si.\;

Cii.Ass, good.

pieces.

46525.

Eighty-five miscellaneous

Fragments

[39].

Of coloured

glass.

TAPESTRY-WUVEN

FAliRICS.

143

TAPESTIIY-WOVEN FABRICS.
These fragments' are
of

supreme importance

in

the liistory of tapestry-weaving.

Bearing

tlit^

cartouclie of Amenullies II, they are about 1000 years earlier in date than the oldest tajjestry-

woven

faljrics

hillierti.i

known,

\'i/.,

the fragments dating from ahout 400


St.

ii.c,

fcjund

in

tin'

Crimea, and

now

preserved in the Hermitage at

Petersburg.

This superb workmanship


II,

proves that tapestry- weaving was in a high state of perfection in the reign of Amenotlies

and the technicpie

is

most interesting.

The texture

is

very fine for tapestry, the warp-strings


jiicce,

numbering

aljout sixty in
;

the space nf one inch.

In the larger
:

these run vertically as

one reads the hieroglyplis

in the smaller pieces, horizontally

in

all

three, they are looser in

some parts than

in others, to

which the warp owes

its

undnlative appearance.
floral

The weft

is

appreciably thicker than the warp, and the delicacy with which

and other forms are


that

rendered leaves no doubt that an upright loom was used.

This

is

contirnied by the fact

the patterns are exactly the same on both sides, there being no "passings" or ends of threads
visible,

and probably the weaver

sat in front of the

loom instead
will, in

of Ijeliind
its

it.

The warp bears


would aid
to enable

evidence of having been relaxed or tightened at


the execution of the pattern

places where

direction

as

in

weaving the vultures, where the warps are curved

the wing,

etc.,

to be

more

easily rendered.

loom

in

which the warp-strings are kept taut by

a series of weights, instead of being fastened to a cylinder, would admit of this techniipie, and
this

was the principle

of the

Scandinavian and Greek looms.


B.C.

One

of the latter

is

represented

on a vase designed about 400


of the hieroglyph
^^

and found at Chiusi.


its

In the smallest fragment, the fdrearm


execution, but most likely
it

resembles needlework in
in Coptic work.

has been

woven by a method common


curve.

Another characteristic

of Coptic tapestry is that


it ol)li(piely

the weft, instead of being at right angles to the warp, often crosses

to describe a

This

is

the

method employed

in executing the hieroglyph

Q,

the weaving being begun

at the middle of the base

and the form


but

built

up by a
can

series of concentric layers of weft threads.

Except

for these instances, there is

little difference

between the technique

of these ancient

fragments and the methods of our day.

We

see, in

the spaces between contiguous warps

bearing different colours, the crossing stitch at intervals which, then as now, was necessary to

prevent the fabric coming apart.

The

colours are red, blue, green, yellow, Ijrown or lilack, and


;

a grey.

Of

these, the reds

and blues are very bright

the
it

brown or black

lias

perished, lea\ing

the bare warp-strings, but, here and there, particles of

remain.

[\V. G. Tho.mson.]

46526.

Portion of a Robe of Amenothes II [i]. Linen. Height u m '42. Cliaaibev 3. Phite I [Frontispiece]. Length

I'j.

Portion of a white linen robe, with ornaments tapestry-woven in coloured linen


threads.

The designs
we

consist of (1) eight rows of

l'^"^"*^

flowers in blue anil red.

'

For

tlie

following remarks

are indebted to Mr.

W.

(i.

Thomson, wlio

stiKlied tlie fiagraeuts with a

view

to writing

a report on them.

: :

144

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIKE.


alternating with
in black.
of

papyrus infloreseuces in
of

liluc, reiL

yellow and Iirown outline<l


(

To

tlie

left

these rows of flowers


:

is

(2) the premjnicn

Amenothes

II within a cartouche

ou either side are crowned

ur;ei delicately

worked

in blue, lirown, black, red,

and yellow coloured threads.


of

On

the left-hand

side the urreus wears the red

crown

Lower Egypt, on the

right the wliite crow n

(outlined red) of

Upper
lielow

Egypit.
tlie

Above
is

the cartouche are given the titles of the

king: '^

]
I

T _^ M OS
i

eartduche

a large beautifullv wurked in fsssn-sign ^

red, l)lue, green,

and yellow coloured threads.


is

On

the left-liand edge of this portion of the robe

a xevy delicately

wrought border
rest of tlie

(0 ni '018 in width) of alternate lotus flowers

and buds, divided from the


in red, brown,

garment by a row

of fine black stitches of needlework.

These flowers are tapestry-

woven

in red, blue,

and green linen threads, the buds

and black

linen threads.

On

the right-hand edge

is

a border (0

018 in width) consisting of a double row of

alternating truncated discs, tapestry-woven in red and blue linen threads, divided

from the
robe

rest of the

garment

lij'

black stitches of needlework.

This edge of the


stitclies

has been

strengthened by being

"bound" with

coarsisli

in

-white

linen thi-ead.

46527.

Fragment of a Garment [2]. Linen. Height m -085. Chamber 3. Plate XXVIII.


Fragment
in

-20.AVidth

of a white linen garment, witli a liieroglyphic inscription tapestry-woven

various coloured

linen

threads.

The

inscription,

written

\ertically,

reads

%46528.

CKi'^S^o

Fragment of a Garment [3].Linen.Height m -035.- Cliamber 3. Plate XXVIII.


Fragment
of a white linen

-12.- Width

garment, with the A-uame of Thoutmosis III tapestry-

woven

in various coloured linen threads.

The

inscription, written verticallj-, reads

^laS'i
46529.
Portion

Garment [4]. Linen. -25. Chamber 3. Plate XXVIII.


of a

Height

m
25

-46.

Length
woof

Portion of a garment, coaisely woven in linen

threads (warp

threads,

30 threads to
about

mm.), and divided vertically into fourteen narrow bauds (each

'018 wide) by thick douljle threads of linen dyed p)ink

and woven into

the material.

The four bands on the right-hand

side are plain, the remaining ten

are ornamented with rosettes wrought in needlework, each rosette being composed
of a pale green centre

with six pale pink petals, except in the thirteenth row, where

pink rosettes alternate with green petaled rosettes with pink centres.

Peeservatiox

much

decayed.

PLATE

XXVIII.

46527

46529

TAPESTRY-WOVEN FRAGMENTS.

145

LIST OF PLATES.
PLATE
I.

PoKTiox OF

lioiiE

OF Amenothes

II.

No. 46526

Frontispiece

II.

The Fouxdation Deposits.

Nos. 46001, 46004, 46005, 46007


.

46008, 46010, 4601.1, 46014, 46015


III.

[To face
[

IX 1.]

The Caxopic The MA(;irAL The Woodex

Jaks.

No. 460o7
Nos. 46042, 46044 Nos.

To face

p. 6.]

lY.

Fi(;ui;es.

[To fccceix
46049,

9.]

V.

Figures.

46065, 46066, 46069

....

46046,

46047

46055
[Tufacc^.
11.]

VI.
VII.
VIII.

PaXEL
PaXEL

FKOII

THE SiDE OF A THKOXE. THE SiDE OF A ThKOXE.


No. 46095.

NO. No.

[1] [2]

[To face [To face

p. 20.]

FitOM

p. 21.]

Haxule of a Fax.
No. 46096

Fuag.mext of

a Thkoxe
[To face
p. 22.]

IX.

BoiiY of the Chariot.

No. 46097
.

[To face

p. 24.]

X.

The

CiiAiiiOT

Off-side Paxel

[To face

p. 27.]

XL
XII.
XIII.

The Chariot: Near-side Paxel


The Chariot.
Ixside: Left-haxd Paxel

[To face
[To face [To face [To face
4619::

p. 29.]

p. 31.]

Shawahti Figures.

Nos. 46160, 46161, 46169, 46172


Figure.

p. 45.]

XIV.

Model Coffix with Shawauti


Lid of Model Coffi.n.

No. 46181

IX 5-S.]

XV.

No. 46185.

Model Basket, No.

Model Hoes.
XVI.
XVII.

No.s.

46196, 46197

[To face
[To face
.

p. 54.]

Cylixdiucal Lhs.vtiox Vase.

No. [1]

]>.

58.]

No. 46203
No.s.

[To face
[

p. 59.]

XVIIL
XIX.

46204, 46205

To face

p. 60.]

Nos. [5] AXD 46200

[To face

p. 61.]

XX.
XXI.

Nos. 46218, [28]


[5],

[To face
[To face

p. 64.]

5-SHAPED Vases.

No.s.

46226,

46240

p.

68.]

XXIL
Cat'd.

Nos. 46244, 46253, 46257, 46267

[To fa^ei). 72.]


10

du

A/ usee, n. 46001.

146
PLATE

CATALOGUE DU MUSEE DU CAIRE.

XXIII.

[j-SHAPED Vases.

Xos.

[1],

40329, 4G347

....
Model
.
.

[To face [To face

p. 95.]

XXIV.

Symbols of

Life.

Nos. 46356, [40]

p. 102.]

XXV.
XXVI.

Model Thkow-sticks.
PAi'Yitrs Rolls.

Nos. 46404, 46406, 46409.

Nos. 46419, 46421, 46422, 46433


No. 464.56.
Nos. 4647F),

[To /aa-

p. 110.]

Plaque

No.

[1].

Model Lotus-bud.
No.
[1].

Model
[16],

Kohl
[18],

Pot.

Amulets.

[14],

46486
Nos.
[1],

[To face
46488.

IX

122.]

XXVII.

Glass

Bottles.

Fkagmexts

of

Glass.

Nos. 46492, 46493, 46495, 46498. 46499, 46500, 46501,


46510, 46511

[To face
Nos. 46527, 46528, 46529
.

p.

135.]

XXVIIL

Fkagmexts of Woven -Tapestry.

[ro/cf

p. 144.]

147

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT.


PAffB

An

Egyptian Chariot (restored)

24

Details of Scenes on the Body of the Chariot


Saddle.

No. 46098
Pole.

....

25-33

34
34

End of

No. 46100
Nos. 46104, 46105

Leather Trappings.
Leather Boss.

35
36
36, 37

No. 46106
Nos. 46107, 4610.S, 46109, 4( 110,46111

Leather Trappings.

The King's Gauntlet.


Scabbards.
Labels.

No. 46112

37 38
.

Nos. 46114, 46115

Nos. 46123, 46124, 46125, 46126

39,40
44 44
92

Fragments of Mage-heads.
Sealing of a Jar.
Libation Cups.

Nos. 46157, 4615.S

No. 46159
[2],

...
.

Nos.

46324, 46325

19

149

INDEX.
Adzus, model, 46013, 46014.
Fan, handle
of,
of,

46095. 46120.

Amenemhat,
46039.

Prince, cauopic jnrs

46037-

Finger-ring, 46017.

Ameuophis

11,

franineiit.?

of

vases

bearing-

Gauntlets, 46112, 46113.

name of, 46087-46091. Ameuophis 11, portion of Amulets, 46475^6487.


Armlets, 46117,46118.

Goose, model, 46068.

robe

of,

46526.
Hatshepsonit,

Queen,

saucer

usurped

by

Axe-blades, model, 46010-46012.


Baskets, model, 46192-16195.
Battle-axe, fragment of
a,

Thoutmosis lY, 46004.


Hoes, model, 46196-46201.

46128.

Kohl-pots, faience, 46464-46468.

Bird's head, wooden, 46067.


Bolt, 46142.

Labels, wooden, 46123-46126.

Bottles, glass, 46488, 46500, 46507, 46508.

Lotus-buds, model, 46456-46463.

Bowls, glass,

46502, 46511, 46512, 46517,

46518, 46523, 46524.


Boxes, 46127, 46135, 46452-46454.
Bracelets, faience, 46437-46450.
glas.s,

Mace-heads, 46155, 46157, 46158.

Magical

figures,

46042-16045.

46521,46522.

Mirror-handle, 46154.

Brick-moulds, 46015, 46016.


Panther, model, 46066.

Canopic jar box, 46041.

Papyrus-rolls, model, 46419-46432.

Canopic

jars,

460.36-46040.
of,

Pebbles, 46005, 46006.

Chairs, parts

46129-46131, 46141.
of,

Pegs, wooden, 46137-46139.


Pick, model, 46202.
Placpies,

Chariot, description

pp. 27, 28.

body
parts

of, of,

46097.

46018-46035, 46451, 46455.

46098-46103.

Plumb-level, 46145, 46146.


Pole, end
of,

Chisels, model,
Coffins, model,

46007-46009.
46181-46191.

46100.

Cow's head, model, 46069.


Cups, libation, 46320-46328.
Cylinders, faience, 46433-46436.
Saddles, 46098, 46099.

Saucer, 46004.

Scabbards, 46114, 46115.


Dish, glass, 46519.
Sealings,

mud, 46159.
of,

Draughtboard, 46119.

Sekhemet, statuette

46065.

150
Serpents'-lieads, faience,

CATALOGUE DU MUSfiE DU CAIRE.


46469-46474.
Vases
;

Shawabti

figures,

46132, 46160-46180.

Arragonite,

4600146003, 46082-46094.

Spoon, wooden, 46136. Spuds, 46143, 46144.


Statuettes, wooden,

Crystalline limestone, 46080, 46081.


Diorite,

46070^6075, 46077-46079.
cylindrical
-

46046-46064.

Faience,

shaped

libation,

Symbols

of Life,

46356-46403.

46203-46225.
Faience, ^-shaped, 46226-46282.

Tapestry-woven

fabrics,

46526-46529.
of,

stoppers

of,

46283-

Thent-amen, princess, canopic jar

46040.

4G319.
/3 -shaped, 46329-46355.

Thoutmosis

III,

fragment of a vase bearing

name

of,

46092.
III,

Glass,

46489-46499, 46501, 46503-46506,

Thoutmosis
46528.

fragment

of

garment

of,

46509, 46510, 46513-46516.

Green
46404-46418.

stone, 46076.

Throw-sticks, faience,

Trappings, leather, 46104-46111.

Walking-stafi; 46140.

Weight, 46153.
t/s-sceptre,

wooden, 46134.

Whip, 46116.

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