2014/10/31

Tomb relief of Dua-er-neheh

On the left of this nearly square relief block is a representation of a striding man dressed in a short kilt and a smooth wig. He is erecting an obelisk as large as himself which forms the left border of the block. In the middle of the block is a stool with animal legs on which lies a so-called Tekenu with a human head and hands emerging from a skin.

Tomb relief of Dua-er-neheh


To the right of this ritual figure stands a lector priest, wearing a short skirt and a smooth wig, with a papyrus roll in his right hand. There are three lines of inscription above the Tekenu.

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