Fragments of limestone [relief] (Dynasty 4), [from various scenes, some] bearing part of name of Khufu, figures and hieroglyphs all in relief, originally colored (many fragments still bear traces of color): l) one fragment. Illustration: Yes. Illustration scale: 1:1
- Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
- Architectural elements-Relief
- [Street G 7000], debris E of subsidiary pyramid G I-b, [originally from chapel of G I-b]
- Height: 4.7 cm Width: 3.3 cm Thickness: .65 cm
- Credit Line
- Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
- Object Ownership Information
- MFA accession number: 27.1126.5
- Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4
- Date of Register Entry
- This fragment part of relief from queen's pyramid (subsidiary pyramid) G I-b chapel. MFA 27.1126 (.1–.12): Overall depicts boat manned by several rowers, two men standing at stern operating steering oars, and one man standing at prow directing rowers; composed of: .1 = 24-11-242c, .2 = 24-11-242d, .3 = 24-11-242g, .4 = 24-11-242h, .5 = 24-11-242l, .6 = 24-11-242n9, .7 = 24-11-349, .8 = 24-11-286f, .9 = 24-11-286g, .10 = 24-11-286i, .11 = 24-11-286l, .12 = 24-11-242n7. Possibly related fragments 24-12-14 = MFA 24.2686 and 24-11-889 = MFA 24.2658 (or these fragments may be from similar relief scene from Khufu pyramid temple).
- MFA accession number verified
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. 4, fig. 2.
Name of this image
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