[One of] fifty [or fifty-one?] pottery [flat bottomed shoulder jars] of practically similar shape, [Type B XIX]; ordinary brown ware (black interior), outside red, black speckled, red polish varying in dullness; two partly filled with mouse bones; majority in fragments, incomplete, accompanied by many fragments: c) almost-globular shoulder jar with slightly everted direct rim, short neck, and flat base; reconstructed from sherds, missing half of neck and rim, some of body. Illustration: Yes. Illustration scale: 1:2
- Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
- Pit G 4733 E
- Overall: Height: 10.2 - 14.6 cm Diameter: 9.7 - 11.4 cm c) Rim diameter: 5.7 cm; Base diameter: 6.2 cm
- Credit Line
- Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
- Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts excavation number
- Object Ownership Information
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- Date of Register Entry
- 02/27/1914 - 03/01/1914
- Object register entry lists 50 jars, mostly in fragments, incomplete; "accompanied by many fragments." One in collection of Peabody Museum, PMAE_5879; five accessioned as MFA 20.1874, MFA 20.1875, MFA 20.1880, MFA 20.2022, MFA 20.2023; forty-five (HUMFA_14-2-121a - HUMFA_14-2-121ss) MFA owned (unaccessioned); 51 jars total (one perhaps assembled from the "many fragments"?).
- Five of fifty flat-bottomed shoulder jars accessioned as MFA 20.1874, MFA 20.1875, MFA 20.1880, MFA 20.2022, MFA 20.2023; forty-five MFA owned (unaccessioned).
- MFA accession numbers 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. 73 (misidentified as 14-12-121), fig. 93.
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