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Source:   Wall drawings and monuments of El Kab. The tomb of Renni, by J. J. Tylor; with plans, elevations and notes by Somers Cla ....


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In the upper register we see the means adopted for taking the statue of Renni to the tomb. ... In the middle register we have the completion of the last plate [Pl. 9], the scene of the journey of the mummy to Abydos. ... Beneath, in the lowest register, the procession of priests ...

Image ID: 1540972

In the upper register we see the means adopted for taking the statue of Renni to the tomb. ... In the middle register we... (1900)

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Image Title

:  In the upper register we see the means adopted for taking the statue of Renni to the tomb. ... In the middle register we have the completion of the last plate [Pl. 9], the scene of the journey of the mummy to Abydos. ... Beneath, in the lowest register, the procession of priests ...

Creator

: Tylor, J. J. (Joseph John), 1851-1901 -- Author

Additional Name(s)

: Griffith, F. Ll. (Francis Llewellyn), 1862-1934 -- Author of introduction

Medium

: Photolithographs

Specific Material Type

: Photomechanical prints

Item/Page/Plate

: Pl. 10

Source

: Wall drawings and monuments of El Kab. The tomb of Renni, by J. J. Tylor; with plans, elevations and notes by Somers Clarke, and with an introduction by F. Ll. Griffith.

Source Description

: [4], 22 p. xvii pl.

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Asian and Middle Eastern Division

Catalog Call Number

: *OBL+++ (Tylor, J. J. Wall drawings and monuments of El Kab. 1900)

Digital ID

: 1540972

Record ID

: 1017442

Digital Item Published

: 10-11-2006; updated 3-25-2011

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