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

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son of

nww> hands
Round the kk
the Book of

ce bearded, k;
on breast, nil
ath behind, 0:

ar Xep eti k

srenliesi, born
a lines of fe-
ller W *
ice bearded, M
ed, each Uk
bich and in ^


! of Tat;

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'the left*'
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1888. Sepulchral figure of Sataiemhetp, or Khataiemhetp, similar to the pre-

^ jjj jj | S'ataiemhetp in the name of the person,

cedino-, with the variants

and {p[ Q ^fj Tauas't for that of the female. 7^ in. high. Same


1889. Sepulchral figure of Naskheper-en-hesi, similar to the preceding: his

mother's name is ^ ^ (J \ neb pa Anyenrnat, "the lady of the house,"

or married female, "Ankkenmat," in which the Jj^ jj replaces or is the equiva-
lent of ^ Q> proving the value of ^ as m in m-a. 4|- in. high. Light-blue

1890. Sepulchral figure, s'abti, us'abti, of IpT V "1 q

^ ^\ "o^l 1 ^f. P S H-esar Xent neter en Ilaremhehi mer neferu Uahabra
mes en t Tayuat; "The Osirian" or deceased "pi-ophet of Haremhebi, captain
of young troops, Uahabra;" head wearing a long reeded headdress, namms, face
bearded, body mummied : on pedestal, and plinth behind; hands coming out, right
holding a plough, left hoe, and cord of basket slung on the left shoulder; round
the body eight horizontal lines of incuse hieroglyphs, 6th chapter of the Book
of the Dead, or Bitual for the deceased : 26th dynasty. 1\ in. high. Light-blue

1891. Sepulchral figure, s'abti, us'abti, of Uahabra (Apries or Hophra),
prophet of the goddess Uati or Buto in the city of Bast or Bubastus, and of
Har-em-heb, or the monarch Horus, of the 18th dynasty, and superintendent
of the clothes or linen, son of Ufa, superintendent of the linen, and of a lady


© "6^1 I ^ P I Hesar Xent dieter en Uati her hat Bast
yent neter en Haremhebi mer neferu Uahabra sa mer neferu Ilaruta mes en
Tayuata mayru; "The Osirian." or deceased "prophet of Uati," or Buto, "re-
sident in the city of Bast," or Bubastus, "prophet of Haremhebi, superintendent
of clothes, Uahabra, son of a superintendent of clothes1, Haruta, born of Ta-
khuata, justified;" the head wearing a long fluted headdress, namms, collar, usy,
of four rows round the neck; body mummied: hands crossing, right holding a

1 neferu, aa before.

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