Relief with titles of King Ay
New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of Ay
Findspot: Egypt, Memphis, Camp east of Palace Mound
Overall: 42.5 x 33 x 14.5 cm (16 3/4 x 13 x 5 11/16 in.)
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This fragmentary limestone blockbears part of a hieroglyphic inscription in sunk relief. At the top is a falcon bearing the symbol of eternity in its claw. Beneath is part of the five part titulary of king Ay. The two titles preserved are the “Two Ladies” name and the “Golden Horus” name.
From Memphis, camp east of Palace Mound. 1909: excavated by the Egypt Research Account; assigned to the Egypt Research Account by the government of Egypt; gift of the Egypt Research Account to MFA, Boston.
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