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

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objects op the toilet.

18th dynasty, who afterwards took the name of Xuenaten, vertical, and out of
cartouche : pierced, f in. long. Green glazed steatite.

1053. Rectangular object; on one side, Rd nefer yeperu TJa en aten, pre-
nomen of the heretical monarch, Amenophis IV., who afterwards took the
name of Xuenaten, or glorifier of the disk, out of a cartouche ; on the reverse,

© tat Rd, " Type of the Sun :" pierced. -J in. long. Dark blue glass.

1054. Cowroid; on the base, in intaglio, suten hem t Nefer Oaiti, " The
royal lady, or wife, Nefer titi," the queen of Amenhetp, or Amenophis IV.,
of the 18th dynasty, afterwards the heretic monarch, Xuenaten1; vertical, out
of a cartouche : pierced. |- in. long. Dark green glazed steatite.

1055. Duck, apt, couchant, with its head retracted, and laid on its back ;
on the base, in intaglio, Ra ^epee, ^epertj aa [peh], prenomen of Atef neter
—Ai, "the divine father," or "priest Ai," monarch of the 18th dynasty, usurper,
and successor of Xuenaten, or Amenophis IV., vertical, and out of cartouche.
This king appears to have restored the worship of Amen Ra, but the mutila-
tion of his name and tomb in the El Assasif prove that he was hateful to
his successors. His name is very rarely found on the monuments. |- in. long.
Blue composition.

1056. Eight symbolic eye, uta; emblem of the Sun, having an urseus in
front ; on the back, in intaglio, Ea neb ^eperu, prenomen of Tutan^amen, in
a cartouche, vertical. Tutan^amen was one of the monarchs who succeeded
Amenophis III., of the 18th dynasty, and is supposed to have succeeded in
overturning Ai, or the successors of the heretical Xuenaten, a worshipper of
the Sun's disk, and to have re-established the worship of the god Amen :
rudely cut. J in. long. Red carnelian.

1057. Scarabseus, yeper; on the base, in intaglio, Amendnysen, or "An^sen
amen," name of the queen of Tutan^amen, monarch of the 18th dynasty, out
of a cartouche. \ in. long. Blue glazed steatite.

1058. Scarabseus, yeper, plain elytra; on the base, in intaglio, Anysendmen,
name of the wife and queen of Tutan^amen, king of the 18th dynasty ;
vertical, out of a cartouche : pierced. J in. long. Bluish-white glazed steatite.

1 Lepsius, Konigsbiwh, Taf. sxix. No. 387.

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