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Musée du Cinquantenaire



n° E.2380


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funéraire

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rudder
Painted fragment with funerary boats
26 November 2013 | by Francis Leveque | ref. : en.1047.2013
IIe millennium BC | [en] peinture
Egypte (Haute Egypte) ( Egypte )
 

This fragment shows two scenes of funerary boats travelling to the right towards a booth under which are jars and a conical loaf.

The boat in the upper register is propelled by four oarsmen; in the cabin at the front two persons are seen talking to each other. On top five mourners are sitting, dressed in large white robes.

In the lower register a person on the right takes hold of the prow of a boat rowed by four oarsmen. The boat is carrying several standing individuals carrying funerary things. At the extreme right, beneath the upper booth, a servant is holding two jars on the ground.

- Width : 74.5 cm
- Height : 38 cm

 
  


Bibliography :


L. Speleers, Recueil des inscriptions égyptiennes des Musées Royaux du Cinquantenaire à Bruxelles, Bruxelles , 1923, p. 40, n° 154
A. Mekhitarian, Fragments de peintures thébaines, in Serapis , 1980, p. 88
J.-Ch. Balty, Koninklijke Musea voor Kunst en Geschiedenis, Brussel, Oudheid - Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Bruxellles , 1988, p. 26-28
L. Manniche, Lost Tombs, Londres-New York , 1988, p. 192-193
 
 
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