267, Q. PECTORAL OF THE KING, PTAH AND SEKHMENT (See 269, I, J.)
Max. H. 11.5, Max. W. 14.1, cms.
An open work pectoral ornament inlaid in semi-relief after cloisonné fashion.
In the centre, with black face, stands the king between the seated god and goddess Ptah and
Between is the solar uraeus and the emblem of "Eternal Years"; behind Sekhmet is the
king's banner and Ka (double); below, under a green mat, is a dado of symbols of
The inscription over Ptah reads: <>
The inscription over Sekhmet reads: <>
The pectoral has four holes for suspension on either side thus: <>
For materials employed see note.
(The pectoral-shaped counterpoise (clasp) and suspension chains of this pectoral ornament
were found in box 269, I and J.).