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6013 (Fragment of Narmer serekh from Tel Lod)

Source No: 6013

Date: Narmer

Dated by: royal name

Type: inscription on vessel

Material: pottery

Region: Canaan

Site: Tel Lod

Locality:

Depository:

Registration No.

References

van den Brink and Braun, 2003

p. 80

p. 82, fig. 2b1-b2

Jiménez-Serrano, 2007

pp. 311-313 (4E-LOD7)

p. 313, fig. 94 (4E-LOD7)

Edwin van den Brink, personal communication, 2015

Comments

In a personal correspondence (2015), van den Brink said, "... the fragment illustrated on p. 82 is certainly a fragment that can be ascribed to Nar(mer) based on the partly preserved whiskers of the catfish in the name compartment of the serekh. It is the 7th Narmer fragment from Lod."

6013 (Fragment of Narmer serekh from Tel Lod)

van den Brink and Braun, 2003, p. 82, fig. 2b1-b2


The Narmer Catalog

Inscription Detail

Source No:6013
Date:Narmer
Dated by:royal name
Type:inscription on vessel
Material:pottery
Region:Canaan
Site:Tel Lod
Locality:
Depository:
Registration No.
References Discussion Figure/Plate
van den Brink and Braun, 2003 p. 80 p. 82, fig. 2b1-b2
Jiménez-Serrano, 2007 pp. 311-313 (4E-LOD7) p. 313, fig. 94 (4E-LOD7)
Edwin van den Brink, personal communication, 2015

Comments: In a personal correspondence (2015), van den Brink said, "... the fragment illustrated on p. 82 is certainly a fragment that can be ascribed to Nar(mer) based on the partly preserved whiskers of the catfish in the name compartment of the serekh. It is the 7th Narmer fragment from Lod."


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6013 (Fragment of Narmer serekh from Tel Lod)

van den Brink and Braun, 2003, p. 82, fig. 2b1-b2

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