Birch, Samuel   [Hrsg.]
Catalogue of the collection of Egyptian antiquities at Alnwick Castle — London, 1880

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PATBANEBTATTUNAH.

In front, at the right side, facing to the left,

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d dnyu tepu sua sen db ten mad sen qdt ten t'et su tu hetp As har neb Tattu
neter da neb Abutu per er yru alia hep yet db dmayu Patbanebtatunam
mciyru.

" Oh all living on earth who go by this shrine, who see this edifice, say
bountiful is Osiris, lord of Tattu, great god, lord of Abydos, who gives
sepulchral meals of bread and beer, oxen, geese, all things pure for the devout
Patbanebtattunam justified."

On the other side is a similar inscription facing to the left.

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sut pu uta sa pu ha er as f em Jcar neter em sat Ament dmay xer ^a neb
Tattu neter da any yera Patbanebtattunam.

" It is well He is gone forth, descending to his chamber in Hades, in the
land of the West, the devoted to Baentattu [Mendes] the great god, the life
of the Sun, Patbanebtattunam."

Resembles in style the 26th dynasty. 1ft. 4-^ in. high, 1^-in. long, 5-Jin.
wide. Calcareous stone.

510. Head of a small statuette, finely carved: the eyebrows have been
inlaid, as are the eyes, which are of crystal. It is in a head-dress, namms, of
dark steatite, with long fringed curls falling on all sides from the top of the
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