- Giza 3D
- My Giza
Fragment of red granite with incised legs of hawk (? Horus name of king); legs possibly rest on upper part of [GLYPHS] serekh, bird faces to left, depth of incisions are ca .7 - .6 cm. Illustration: Yes. Illustration scale: 1:4
Cwiek, Andrzej. Relief Decoration in the Royal Funerary Complexes of the Old Kingdom: Studies in the Development, Scene Content and Iconography. Warsaw: Institute of Archaeology, Faculty of History, Warsaw University, 2003, p. 94.
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, pp. 4-5, fig. 7.
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Subjects: Drawings: Fragments of relief from G I-a, G I-b, Street G 7000, G 7110-7120
Description: Drawing: fragments of limestone relief: top: [N of G I-b] 24-11-546 (mislabeled 24-12-546), [N of G I-a] 24-12-57 (= MFA 24.2709), 37-3-4c, 37-3-4d; 2nd row: [N of G I-b] 24-11-473 (= MFA 24.2491), [N of G I-a] 37-3-4h, 37-3-4b, [N of G I-b] 24-11-548; 3rd row: [N of G I-a] 37-3-4g, 37-3-4i, 24-12-97; bottom: [Street G 7000, W of G 7110] 24-11-889 (= MFA 24.2658), [N of G I-a] 24-12-14 (= MFA 24.2686), 37-3-4f, [E of G I-a] 24-11-922, [S of G I-c] 26-2-24