The Narmer Catalog

Inscription Detail

6009 (Fragment of Narmer serekh from Tell es-Sakan)

Source No: 6009

Date: Narmer

Dated by: royal name

Type: inscription on vessel

Material: pottery

Region: Canaan

Site: Tell es Sakan

Locality:

Depository: Service des Antiquités de Gaza

Registration No. A.504-1

References

de Miroschedji, 2000

pp. 29-30

p. 30 (lower)

de Miroschedji and Sadek, 2000

pp. 136-37

p. 137, fig. 9

de Miroschedji and Sadek, 2001

pp. 37-44

p. 41, fig. 10.3

de Miroschedji, Sadeq, Faltings, Boulez, Naggiar-Moliner, Sykes, and Tengberg, 2001

pp. 87-88

p. 88, fig. 13.1

van den Brink and Braun, 2003

pp. 78-79

de Miroschedji and Sadeq, 2005

p. 163

p.164, fig. 19.9.2a&b

Pätznick, 2009

Appendix A, p. 317, no. 58.13

Comments

This object was a surface find. The serekh on the pottery sherd was incised before firing (de Miroschedji & Sadek , 2000).
De Miroschedji 2000, de Miroschedji and Sadek 2000, van den Brink and Braun 2003, and Pätznick 2009 attribute this inscription to Narmer.
De Miroschedji and Sadeq 2005 say that the inscription is possibly Narmer.

6009 (Fragment of Narmer serekh from Tell es-Sakan)

de Miroschedji and Sadeq, 2005, p.164, fig. 19.9.2a&b


The Narmer Catalog

Inscription Detail

Source No:6009
Date:Narmer
Dated by:royal name
Type:inscription on vessel
Material:pottery
Region:Canaan
Site:Tell es Sakan
Locality:
Depository:Service des Antiquités de Gaza
Registration No.A.504-1
References Discussion Figure/Plate
de Miroschedji, 2000 pp. 29-30 p. 30 (lower)
de Miroschedji and Sadek, 2000 pp. 136-37 p. 137, fig. 9
de Miroschedji and Sadek, 2001 pp. 37-44 p. 41, fig. 10.3
de Miroschedji, Sadeq, Faltings, Boulez, Naggiar-Moliner, Sykes, and Tengberg, 2001 pp. 87-88 p. 88, fig. 13.1
van den Brink and Braun, 2003 pp. 78-79
de Miroschedji and Sadeq, 2005 p. 163 p.164, fig. 19.9.2a&b
Pätznick, 2009 Appendix A, p. 317, no. 58.13

Comments: This object was a surface find. The serekh on the pottery sherd was incised before firing (de Miroschedji & Sadek , 2000). De Miroschedji 2000, de Miroschedji and Sadek 2000, van den Brink and Braun 2003, and Pätznick 2009 attribute this inscription to Narmer. De Miroschedji and Sadeq 2005 say that the inscription is possibly Narmer.


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6009 (Fragment of Narmer serekh from Tell es-Sakan)

de Miroschedji and Sadeq, 2005, p.164, fig. 19.9.2a&b

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