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Mud block of cuboid shape, impressed with an oval stamp seal with hieroglyphic inscription, unclear traces of hieroglyphs in raised relief read by Geoffrey Martin as 'treasury of the vizier', possibly legible as the otherwise unlocated stamp seal impression 'voice-offerings of the reigning king' (prt-xrw n bity) Lahun II, pl.LXIV, 232= Martin, Egyptian Administrative and Private Name Seals, no.1893; somewhat damaged, and cracking.