Relief fragment from tomb
Old Kingdom, Dynasty 6
Findspot: Egypt, Giza, G 7102
Overall: 52 x 63 x 15 cm (20 1/2 x 24 13/16 x 5 7/8 in.)
Medium or Technique
Not On View
This fragment in low raised relief depicts a man’s right arm holding a staff facing right. The paw of a panther skin he is wearing is visible on his shoulder. There is a vertical column of hieroglyphs in front of him. Above him are the ends of three vertical columns of hieroglyphs. This piece joins 25.3041.2.
From Giza, G 7101 B*. 1925: excavated by the Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition; assigned to the MFA in the division of finds by the government of Egypt.
*Originally attributed to G 7102 (based on notation on block); however, Simpson (GM 2, p. 13) suggests proposed destroyed chapel of Nakhti (brother of Qar, buried in G 7101 B) possibly located W of upper stairs of Qar complex and N of G 7101 B as place of origin
(Accession date: June 19, 2005)
Harvard University—Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition