Cooking Scenes from Acient Egypt

An interesting scene of cooking once decorated the tomb chapel of a certain Keti located at Herakleopolis, modern Ihnasia.

The relief contains two registers, or sections. The upper one shows the preparation of beverages. To the right, a man is washing a vase, preparing it to receive the drink. On the left side, another man pours a liquid into a tall jar.

Cooking Scenes from Acient Egypt

The second section shows two servants; the first servant, who is busy cooking meat, is talking to the other servant, saying: "Put it on, when it is cooked, take it off."

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