The Narmer Catalog

Inscription Detail

0109 (Unusual Narmer serekh from Tarkhan)

Source No: 0109

Date: Narmer

Dated by: royal name

Type: inscription on vessel ( jar )

Material: pottery

Region: Memphite region

Site: Tarkhan

Locality: tomb 1100

Depository: Manchester Museum

Registration No. 5689

References

Petrie, 1914, Tarkhan II

p. 10

pls. VI.3, XX.2, XXX.74b (left)

Fischer, 1963

pp. 44-47

p. 45, fig. 2 (left)

Kaiser, 1982

pp. 262-264, pp. 266-267, fig. 15.39

p. 263, fig. 14.39

Kahl, 1994

p. 178

van den Brink, 1996

pp. 142-44, Table 1 2b.10; p.149

fig. 2 2b.10

Gilroy, 2000

p. 67-69

van den Brink, 2001

pp. 61, 94, no. 33

Jiménez-Serrano, 2003

p. 119 (4E-TAR1)

Pätznick, 2009

Appendix A, no. 16.4

Jucha, 2012a

pp. 633-634, Table 1, no. 2

The Manchester Museum

5689

Comments

Petrie 1914, Fischer 1963, Kaiser 1982, Kahl 1994, Jiménez-Serrano 2003, and Pätznick 2009 all identify it as Narmer. Van den Brink 2001 classifies this as “Nar(mer)?”. Jucha 2012 attributes this to the regional king "Nar", a king earlier than Narmer, based on the typology of the jar.

0109 (Unusual Narmer serekh from Tarkhan)

Petrie, 1914, Tarkhan II, pl. XX.2

0109 (Unusual Narmer serekh from Tarkhan)

Petrie, 1914, Tarkhan II, pl. VI.3

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Petrie, 1914, Tarkhan II, pl. XXX.74b (left)

The Manchester Museum

The Manchester Museum


The Narmer Catalog

Inscription Detail

Source No:0109
Date:Narmer
Dated by:royal name
Type:inscription on vessel ( jar )
Material:pottery
Region:Memphite region
Site:Tarkhan
Locality:tomb 1100
Depository:Manchester Museum
Registration No.5689
References Discussion Figure/Plate
Petrie, 1914, Tarkhan II p. 10 pls. VI.3, XX.2, XXX.74b (left)
Fischer, 1963 pp. 44-47 p. 45, fig. 2 (left)
Kaiser, 1982 pp. 262-264, pp. 266-267, fig. 15.39 p. 263, fig. 14.39
Kahl, 1994 p. 178
van den Brink, 1996 pp. 142-44, Table 1 2b.10; p.149 fig. 2 2b.10
Gilroy, 2000 p. 67-69
van den Brink, 2001 pp. 61, 94, no. 33
Jiménez-Serrano, 2003 p. 119 (4E-TAR1)
Pätznick, 2009 Appendix A, no. 16.4
Jucha, 2012a pp. 633-634, Table 1, no. 2
The Manchester Museum 5689

Comments: Petrie 1914, Fischer 1963, Kaiser 1982, Kahl 1994, Jiménez-Serrano 2003, and Pätznick 2009 all identify it as Narmer. Van den Brink 2001 classifies this as “Nar(mer)?”. Jucha 2012 attributes this to the regional king "Nar", a king earlier than Narmer, based on the typology of the jar.


Images

0109 (Unusual Narmer serekh from Tarkhan)

Petrie, 1914, Tarkhan II, pl. XX.2

0109 (Unusual Narmer serekh from Tarkhan)

Petrie, 1914, Tarkhan II, pl. VI.3

0109 (Unusual Narmer serekh from Tarkhan)

Petrie, 1914, Tarkhan II, pl. XXX.74b (left)

0109 (Unusual Narmer serekh from Tarkhan)

The Manchester Museum

0109 (Unusual Narmer serekh from Tarkhan)

The Manchester Museum

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