The Narmer Catalog

Inscription Detail

4000 (Narmer serekh from Tel Halif Terrace (Nahal Tillah))

Source No: 4000

Date: Narmer

Dated by: royal name

Type: inscription on vessel ( wine jar )

Material: pottery

Region: Canaan

Site: Tel Halif Terrace ( Nahal Tillah )

Locality: silo site IIb

Depository: The Israel Museum ( Jerusalem )

Registration No. IAA 64994

References

Levy, van den Brink, Goren, and Alon, 1995

pp. 26-33

p. 31, left

Levy, van den Brink, Goren, and Alon, 1997

pp. 9, 18-19

p. 10, fig. 6

van den Brink, 1998

pp. 215-21

p. 219, fig. 1a; p. 223, pl. 1a

Levy, Alon, van den Brink, Kansa, Yekutieli, 2001

pp. 413, 417, 430-433, 436-437

p.432, fig. 12.13.9; p. 435, fig. 12.14.10

van den Brink and Levy, 2002

pp. 25-27

Courtesy of Thomas E. Levy, Levantine and Cyber-Archaeology Laboratory, UC San Diego

Comments

Made of Egyptian clay (Levy et al. 1995: 32; Levy et al. 1997: 19; Levy et al. 2001: 417), which shows that the vessel was manufactured in Egypt rather than made locally.

4000 (Narmer serekh from Tel Halif Terrace (Nahal Tillah))

Courtesy of Thomas E. Levy, Levantine and Cyber-Archaeology Laboratory, UC San Diego

4000 (Narmer serekh from Tel Halif Terrace (Nahal Tillah))

van den Brink, 1998, p. 219, fig. 1a

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van den Brink, 1998, p. 223, pl. 1a


The Narmer Catalog

Inscription Detail

Source No:4000
Date:Narmer
Dated by:royal name
Type:inscription on vessel ( wine jar )
Material:pottery
Region:Canaan
Site:Tel Halif Terrace ( Nahal Tillah )
Locality:silo site IIb
Depository:The Israel Museum ( Jerusalem )
Registration No.IAA 64994
References Discussion Figure/Plate
Levy, van den Brink, Goren, and Alon, 1995 pp. 26-33 p. 31, left
Levy, van den Brink, Goren, and Alon, 1997 pp. 9, 18-19 p. 10, fig. 6
van den Brink, 1998 pp. 215-21 p. 219, fig. 1a; p. 223, pl. 1a
Levy, Alon, van den Brink, Kansa, Yekutieli, 2001 pp. 413, 417, 430-433, 436-437 p.432, fig. 12.13.9; p. 435, fig. 12.14.10
van den Brink and Levy, 2002 pp. 25-27
Courtesy of Thomas E. Levy, Levantine and Cyber-Archaeology Laboratory, UC San Diego

Comments: Made of Egyptian clay (Levy et al. 1995: 32; Levy et al. 1997: 19; Levy et al. 2001: 417), which shows that the vessel was manufactured in Egypt rather than made locally.


Images

4000 (Narmer serekh from Tel Halif Terrace (Nahal Tillah))

Courtesy of Thomas E. Levy, Levantine and Cyber-Archaeology Laboratory, UC San Diego

4000 (Narmer serekh from Tel Halif Terrace (Nahal Tillah))

van den Brink, 1998, p. 219, fig. 1a

4000 (Narmer serekh from Tel Halif Terrace (Nahal Tillah))

van den Brink, 1998, p. 223, pl. 1a

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