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Carter No.: 001k

Handlist description: Wooden box of Smenkhkare

Card/Transcription No.: 001k-1

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Wooden box of Smenkh-Ka-Ra

k. the broken parts of a wooden box with vaulted lid, covered with white gesso on exterior and interior surfaces.

Dimensions: The central rail upon which the names and titles of Akhenaten and Semenkhkara are inscribed measure - L. 58; W. 3.5; thickness 1.6 cents.

Description: Lid bears hieratic text in black; knobs bear the cartouche of Smenkh-Ka-Ra and Nefer-Neferu-aten-mer-na-en Aten; top rail an incised inscription painted and filled in with greenish blue. (For texts see further note.)


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