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Obsidian model offering cup, [Type X b]; broken into three fragments. Illustration: Yes. Illustration scale: 1:1
Reisner, George A., and William Stevenson Smith. The Tomb of Hetep-Heres the Mother of Cheops: a Study of Egyptian Civilization in the Old Kingdom. A History of the Giza Necropolis 2. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1955, p. 100.
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Subjects: Object(s) photograph: Site: Giza; view: G 2200 = G 5080
Description: Stone and pottery vessels and objects (model vessels, offering table tops, canopic jar lids) from G 2200 (= G 5080) B: top row: 33-2-150 + 33-2-98 (= MFA 33.1075, one mended cup), 33-2-97 (= MFA 33.1074, two lids) and 33-2-110 (= MFA 33.1082, two lids), 33-2-109 (= MFA 33.1081, jar and lid), 33-2-98 (= MFA 33.1075, four of six cups in two stacks of two), 33-2-149 (= MFA 33.1093, one canopic jar lid) and 33-1-88 (two canopic jar lids, one lid = MFA 33.1068), 33-2-108 (= MFA 33.1080, eight cups in four stacks of two), 33-2-104 (= MFA 33.1079, one cup), 33-2-171 (fragment); middle row: 33-2-103 (= MFA 33.1078, twelve cups in six stacks of two), 33-2-98 (= MFA 33.1075, two of six cups in one stack of two), 33-2-150 (= MFA 33.1094, one cup) and __-__-__ (one cup), 33-2-122 (= MFA 33.1091, incomplete pottery jar, object mislabeled 33-2-123), 33-2-152 (= MFA 33.1096, small pottery bowl); bottom row: 33-2-99 (= MFA 33.1076, incomplete offering table top), 33-2-102 (= JE 60545, fragmentary hollow wand), 33-2-100 (= MFA 33.1077, incomplete offering table top)