File Černý MSS 17.21 - Notebook Černý MSS 17.21

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Černý MSS 17.21

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Notebook Černý MSS 17.21

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  • 1925-1926 (Creation)

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0.5 cm, 1 notebook with an enclosed tracing

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(1898-1970)

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Černý's first year in Egypt, 1926.
Notes on Amenophis I in the Theban Necropolis.
Transcriptions from various objects:
-graffiti
-hieratic graffiti in Theban tombs
-ostracon Černý 13
-other Deir el-Medîna ostraca

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The enclosed tracing is of a graffito of Ankhefenamun in a tomb at Thebes, TT 291, Nu and Nekhtmin, TopBib i2.374(2).
The quality of the traced copy is superior to the published drawing in:
Bruyère, B. and Kuentz, C. Tombes thébaines. La nécropole de Deir el-Médineh. La tombe de Nakht-Min et la tombe d'Ari-Nefer (1926), pl. ix (OEB 135786). Reprinted in:
Bruyère, B. and Kuentz, C. Tombes thébaines. La nécropole de Deir el-Médineh. La tombe de Nakht-Min, la tombe d'Ari-Nefer [nos 291 et 290], 2nd revised ed. (2015), pl. ix (OEB 233103).

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