- Giza 3D
- My Giza
Copper model jar; surface heavily encrusted, small pieces broken out, no base. [08-7-40]
Reisner, George A. Mycerinus: The Temples of the Third Pyramid at Giza. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1931, p. 36 (July 19), p. 231 (no. 4), p. 263.
Subjects: Menkaure Pyramid Complex: Site: Giza; View: Menkaure valley temple
Description: Menkaure valley temple, N magazines, wall between magazines III 7 and III 8, 40 cm above floor, crushed copper cover of Opening the Mouth set (08-7-31 = MFA 11.765, 08-7-32 = MFA 11.767, 08-7-33 = MFA 11.768, 08-7-34 = MFA 11.769, 08-7-35 = MFA 11.770, 08-7-36 = MFA 11.771, 08-7-37 = MFA 11.772) and two copper jars (08-7-39 = MFA 11.718, 08-7-40 = MFA 11.719) in situ, looking SE [photo sequence I]
Subjects: Object(s) photograph: Site: Giza; view: Menkaure valley temple
Description: Copper vessels from Menkaure valley temple: top row: __-__-__; bottom row, left: 08-7-40 (= MFA 11.719, copper vase); bottom row, right: 08-7-38 (MFA 47.1976, copper hes-vase) [both in bottom row found with Opening of the Mouth set, see C558]