360 A COMPOSITE-UNGUENT-VASE (CALCITE). 1
Broken and thrown onto objects against east wall towards right
hand door-jamb of doorway of chamber (see photos 1137, 1138,
Max. H. 68.3 cents
L. of stand 31.0; width of stand 16.0 cents
Two ornamental vessels upon a trellis-work stand wrought of
semi translucent calcite (in three separate pieces).
The first vessel takes the form of a figure of the epicene
divinity Hapy surmounted by a lotus flower, who holds in his
two hands the second vessel, an attenuated vase with flanking
ornament symbolizing the union (knot) of the two countries
Upper and Lower Egypt - expressive of the two (Northern and
Eyes and eyebrows of divinity inlaid white, blue and black
details filled in with blue pigment; beard missing.
Details and cartouches (prenomen and nomen of King) on vase
filled in with blue pigment.
No details on stand.