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Sixty-four head ends of crude uninscribed faience ushabtis of [GLYPHS] Pakherenkhonsu, Type III 2d (part of set including 29-11-275, 29-11-316, 29-11-317, 29-11-465, all reregistered as 29-11-275 "a", "b", "c", "d"); 29-11-275a = inscribed from 29-11-275 + 29-11-316, half molded, retouched, ordinary whitish drab paste, blue glaze (poorly glazed), one vertical line of inscription on back [GLYPHS] (275a total = minimum 102, maximum 108); 29-11-275b = two inscribed with different inscription, one from 29-11-275 + one from 29-11-316, crudely half molded, retouched faces, flattened backs, inscribed [GLYPHS] (275b total = 2); 29-11-275c = seven uninscribed (five perfect, two complete) from 29-11-275 + one fragment from 29-11-317, same technique as "b" (275c total = 7); 29-11-275d = uninscribed from 29-11-275 + 29-11-317 + one fragment from 29-11-465, same material and technique as "a" (275d total = minimum 263, maximum 307). Illustration: No

Details

  • ID
    HUMFA_29-11-275ee
  • Department
    Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Classification
    Tomb equipment-Ushabtis and ushabti boxes
  • Findspot
    Pit G 7757 A, room IV, originally from room VI (burial chamber)
  • Material
    Faience
  • Dimensions
    Height: 1.5 - 6.9 cm
  • Credit Line
    Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Object Ownership Information
    MFA 29.4637, 29.4639, 29.4755, 29.4756, 29.4759, 29.4760, 29.4765, 29.4767
  • Date of Register Entry
    11/22/1929
  • Owner
    Pakherenkhonsu (in G 7757)
  • Remarks
    These ushabtis found on floor of room IV, in deposit that contained ushabtis of Psamtik (29-11-274, 29-11-315); as ushabtis of Psamtik originally came from room VI, in which there where two burials, it is possible that ushabtis of Pakherenkhonsu also came from room VI. Pakherenkhonsu concordance (29-11-275) type c: MFA 29.4637 (= 275c6), MFA 29.4639 (= 275c7); Pakherenkhonsu concordance (29-11-275) type d: MFA 29.4755 (= 275d121), MFA 29.4756 (= 275d122), MFA 29.4759 (= 275d125), MFA 29.4760 (= 275d126), MFA 29.4765 (= 275d131), MFA 29.4767 (= 275d133), MFA 29.4768 (= 275d134), MFA 29.4771 (= 275d137), MFA 29.4772 (= 275d138), MFA 29.4774 (= 275d140), MFA 29.4781 (= 275d147), 2MFA 9.4782 (= 275d148), MFA 29.4784 (= 275d150), MFA 29.4786 (= 275d152), MFA 29.4787 (= 275d153), MFA 29.4789–29.4793 (= 275d155–275d159), MFA 29.4797 (= 275d163), MFA 29.4799 (= 275d165), MFA 29.4801–29.4804 (= 275d167–275d170), MFA 29.4807 (= 275d173), MFA 29.4814 (= 275d180), MFA 29.4816 (= 275d182), MFA 29.4818–29.4821 (= 275d184–275d187), MFA 29.4827 (= 275d193), MFA 29.4828 (= 275d194), MFA 29.4830–29.4833 (= 275d196–275d199); these head end fragments joined with foot end fragments from 29-11-275ff or 29-11-317c.
  • Problems/Questions
    MFA accession numbers verified

Tombs and Monuments 1

  • G 7757

    • Site Name Eastern Cemetery

Full Bibliography

  • Zivie-Coche, Christiane M. Giza Au Premier Millenaire: Autour du temple d'Isis dame des pyramides. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1991, p. 276 (listed under name pA-xr-(n)-xnsw).

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Ancient People

  • Pakherenkhonsu (in G 7757)

    • Type Owner
    • Remarks Set of inscribed and uninscribed ushabtis (complete and fragments: 29-11-275, 29-11-316, 29-11-317, 25-11-465) of Pakherenkhonsu (uninscribed ushabtis from this set attributed to Pakherenkhonsu); found in G 7757 A (room IV, originally from room VI). Second sign of name uncertain.