Hoskins MSS 3.72
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Drawing of two stelae. On the left side is the early 18th Dynasty stela of a man named Anen, likely from Thebes, showing Anen offering flowers to the seated god Amun-Re. On the right side the stela is from the 17th Dynasty of prince Ahmose, of unknown provenance, showing Ahmose seated with his pet dog in receipt of offerings. Along the bottom edge of the paper is another separate sketch of a bracelet consisting of various scarabs with inscribed bases:
- pencil drawing
- [on recto, below left side stela] 'Tablet in stone I gave to Mr Cohen'. (pencil note)
- [on recto, right side] 'Belonging to Mr I Cohen Esq'.
- 34.0 by 23.8 cm
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Copyright Griffith Institute, University of Oxford.
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- Tears to top edge, and bottom right corner
- Discoloured around edges
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- Published online on the Griffith Institute website: 'The watercolours and drawings by George Alexander Hoskins in the Archive of the Griffith Institute, University of Oxford' (http://www.griffith.ox.ac.uk/gri/4hoskins_opening_page.html).
- TopBib i2.797 (stela of Anen), viii.3 803-043-900 (stela of Ahmose).
- This object is now in the John Hopkins University Museum (Baltimore, 39.73).
- The second stela is now in the British Museum (London, EA 69673).
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