The Narmer Catalog

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6014 (Rock carving dated to Narmer(?) at Nag el-Hamdulah)

Source No: 6014

Date: (Narmer?)

Dated by: typology

Type: rock inscription

Material: rock

Region: Upper Egypt

Site: Nag el Hamdulah

Locality: tableaux 7b

Depository: in situ

Registration No.

References

Hendrickx and Gatto, 2009

pp. 147-150

p. 147, fig. 1

Hendrickx, Swelim, Raffaele, Eyckerman, and Friedman, 2009

pp. 169-173

p. 170, fig. 1; p. 170, fig. 2

Gatto, 2012

Hendrickx, Darnell, and Gatto, 2012

pp. 1068-1073

p. 1069, fig. 1; p. 1078, fig. 11

Darnell, 2015

pp. 19-32

p. 24, fig. 5; p. 25, fig. 4

Hendrickx, 2016

pp. 47-65

p. 47, fig. 1; p. 48, fig. 2; p. 61, fig. 11

Günter Dreyer, personal communication, 2017

Stan Hendrickx, personal communication, 2017

Comments

Gatto (2012) and Darnell (2015) both attribute this inscription to Narmer. Hendricks (2016) dates it to just before Narmer, or early in his reign. Hendrickx and Dreyer (2017, personal communications) express doubt that it is Narmer, based on the lack of his name as part of the inscription.

6014 (Rock carving dated to Narmer(?) at Nag el-Hamdulah)

Hendrickx, Swelim, Raffaele, Eyckerman, and Friedman, 2009, p. 170, fig. 2

6014 (Rock carving dated to Narmer(?) at Nag el-Hamdulah)

Hendrickx and Gatto, 2009, p. 147, fig. 1

More Images

Darnell, 2015, p. 24, fig. 5

Darnell, 2015, p. 24, fig. 4

Hendrickx, Darnell, and Gatto, 2012, p. 1069, fig. 1


The Narmer Catalog

Inscription Detail

Source No:6014
Date:(Narmer?)
Dated by:typology
Type:rock inscription
Material:rock
Region:Upper Egypt
Site:Nag el Hamdulah
Locality:tableaux 7b
Depository:in situ
Registration No.
References Discussion Figure/Plate
Hendrickx and Gatto, 2009 pp. 147-150 p. 147, fig. 1
Hendrickx, Swelim, Raffaele, Eyckerman, and Friedman, 2009 pp. 169-173 p. 170, fig. 1; p. 170, fig. 2
Gatto, 2012
Hendrickx, Darnell, and Gatto, 2012 pp. 1068-1073 p. 1069, fig. 1; p. 1078, fig. 11
Darnell, 2015 pp. 19-32 p. 24, fig. 5; p. 25, fig. 4
Hendrickx, 2016 pp. 47-65 p. 47, fig. 1; p. 48, fig. 2; p. 61, fig. 11
Günter Dreyer, personal communication, 2017
Stan Hendrickx, personal communication, 2017

Comments: Gatto (2012) and Darnell (2015) both attribute this inscription to Narmer. Hendricks (2016) dates it to just before Narmer, or early in his reign. Hendrickx and Dreyer (2017, personal communications) express doubt that it is Narmer, based on the lack of his name as part of the inscription.


Images

6014 (Rock carving dated to Narmer(?) at Nag el-Hamdulah)

Hendrickx, Swelim, Raffaele, Eyckerman, and Friedman, 2009, p. 170, fig. 2

6014 (Rock carving dated to Narmer(?) at Nag el-Hamdulah)

Hendrickx and Gatto, 2009, p. 147, fig. 1

6014 (Rock carving dated to Narmer(?) at Nag el-Hamdulah)

Darnell, 2015, p. 24, fig. 5

6014 (Rock carving dated to Narmer(?) at Nag el-Hamdulah)

Darnell, 2015, p. 24, fig. 4

6014 (Rock carving dated to Narmer(?) at Nag el-Hamdulah)

Hendrickx, Darnell, and Gatto, 2012, p. 1069, fig. 1

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