Item Hoskins MSS 3.43 - George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Thebes. West Bank. Tomb TT 50

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Hoskins MSS 3.43


George A. Hoskins Watercolour - Thebes. West Bank. Tomb TT 50


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1 watercolour

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A tomb relief scene from the hallway of the early 18th Dynasty tomb of Neferhotep (TT50) at the west bank of Thebes. This scene comes from register I, and shows a young son making an offering to his seated parents and relatives, each of whom have a funerary cone on their head and are embracing one another:

  • watercolour
  • mounted
  • [on recto, top left corner] 'Plate 2'. (pencil note)
  • [on mount, bottom edge] 'Tomb of Amulek Thebes'. (ink note)
  • 35.7 by 22.0 cm

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Copyright Griffith Institute, University of Oxford.

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  • Slight fold towards left side
  • Discoloured around edges particularly at corners

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  • TopBib i.95(3).

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