Senedjemib Complex: two fragments of relief (one sunk, one raised) from G 2382 (originally thought to be a tomb, but now known to be a jumbled deposit of limestone blocks from other nearby tombs), originally from G 2381, Nekhebu: left: 13-1-547 (= MFA 13.4331.16, autobiographical inscription of Nekhebu); right: 13-1-556l (= MFA 13.5935.3)
- Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
- Object(s) photograph: Site: Giza; view: G 2382, G 2381
- MFA 13.4331 (overall): composed of autiobiographical inscription of Nekhebu (13-1-547) and spear fishing scene from adjoining wall (13-1-549). MFA 13.5935 (overall): seated figure of Nekhebu (facing left), vertical columns of inscription above (original position to right of section of facade with Nile boats MFA 13.4349); consists of ten fragments (one fragment 13-1-556l, nine fragments original registration number unknown, assigned 13-1-558).
- VERIFIED: 13-1-547 (= MFA 13.4331) identification verified based on Brovarski composites; 13-1-548 = Cairo JE 44608 also references this photo BUT block on right identified as above based on Brovarski composites; MFA accession numbers verified
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