Petrie Museum of Egyptian
Archaeology, UCL
UC14446
From Deir el-Medina
19th dynasty, around 1295-1186 BC
Limestone
Offering table of Penrennut, "Servant
in the Place of Truth" as the central
column of hieroglyphic inscription on
the base of the table states. The
inscription is flanked by 2 columns of
incised vegetation motifs, most
probably depicting lotuses. The
damaged spout carries remains of
incised depictions of a crude cake on
one side and possibly two leeks on the
other side.
Length: 18.5 cm
Width: 14.5 cm
Depth: 4.75 cm
© Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, UCL