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About fifty (50) fragments of fine white limestone reliefs (mostly from chapel of G 5110, those found in serdab and some in S end of offering room altered by fire, i.e. they came from S wall where stone thieves had broken into serdab by means of fire and hammer). Illustration: No

Details

  • ID
    HUMFA_14-12-52
  • Department
    Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Classification
    Architectural elements-Relief
  • Findspot
    Mastaba G 5110, sand in offering room and in street in front of G 5110
  • Material
    Limestone
  • Credit Line
    Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Object Ownership Information
    MFA accession number: 34.1465
  • Period
    Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4
  • Date of Register Entry
    12/06/1914 - 12/13/1914
  • Owner
    Duaenre (G 5110)
  • Remarks
    More than seventy-five relief fragments have been definitely or tentatively identified as 14-12-52 in expedition photographs. One fragment (probably from lintel) accessioned as MFA 34.1465. Seven related fragments (most fitting: 14-12-52.1 = one fragment, 14-12-52.2 = four fitting fragments, 14-12-52.3 = two fitting fragments) MFA owned (unaccessioned).
  • Problems/Questions
    MFA accession number verified

Tombs and Monuments 1

  • G 5110

    • Site Name Western Cemetery

Unpublished Documents 5

Photos 36

People 1

Ancient People

  • Duaenre (G 5110)

    • Type Owner
    • Remarks Owner of G 5110. Appears in chapel relief (west, south, east, and north walls [only lower legs and feet preserved in situ on west, east, and north walls], and chapel entrance north and south door jambs), and displaced fragment of lintel (MFA 34.1465), identified as [sA nswt n Xt=f jrj(-pat) HAtj-a tAjtj sS mDAt-nTr r nxn r p nb] king's son of his body, hereditary (prince), count, vizier, scribe of the divine book, mouth of Nekhen, mouth of every Butite; in situ in G 5110. Uninscribed sarcohpagus of Duaenre (Turin S.1838, Turin S.1839); Schiaparelli excavations. Possibly same individual as Duare (in G 3098b) and/or Duaenre (in G 8172).