You're viewing this item in the new Europeana website. View this item in the original Europeana.


Limestone wall-block fragment, sculptured in raised relief, showing parts of two registers: above, at right a kneeling man (head not preserved) to right of a standing man, both facing right, making offerings, and to left two vertical lines containing name, numbre and container-determinative over figure of kneeling man in each; below these a horizontal band of stars demarcates the next register, of which parts of three vertical lines survive of hieroglyphic inscription, with part of space for a fourth at right in which no trace of hieroglyphs survives. Probably from the temple on the east side of Lahun pyramid.