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Volume 10 ,issue 1 | Summer and Autumn 2020 | Pages : 23-27

OLD KINGDOM DOOR LINTEL OF ISI AT THE EGYPTIAN MUSEUM

Document Type: Original article

DOI: 10.21608/ejars.2020.98958

pages: 23-27

Authors:
Ahmed, B.
Archaeology dept., Faculty of Arts, Ain Shams Univ., Cairo, Egypt

Abstract:
This rectangular limestone door lintel of Isi is currently housed in Cairo Museum (under Temporary Register No. 6-12-24-8). It belongs to the end of the 5th dynasty and the beginning of 6th dynasty of the old kingdom. Although it bears no royal name, it has the style of the inscriptions that existed at the end of the old kingdom. This tomb lays in the northern part of the cemetery of Deir El-Gebrawi at Assiut, which belongs to the end of 5th dynasty and the beginning of the 6th dynasty while the southern belongs to the reign of PPi the 2nd from the 6th dynasty.

Keywords:
Rectangular Limestone Door lintel Cairo Museum Deir El-Gebrawi

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