The Narmer Catalog

Inscription Detail

6022 (Narmer(?) serekh fragment from Tel Halif Terrace (Lahav))

Source No: 6022

Date: Narmer(?)

Dated by: royal name

Type: inscription on vessel ( jar )

Material: pottery

Region: Canaan

Site: Tel Halif Terrace ( Nahal Tillah )

Locality:

Depository: Joe Alon Center

Registration No. 75-504-253/1

References

Amiran, Ilan, and Arnon, 1983

pp. 82-83, n. 22

Seger et al., 1990

pp. 1-32

van den Brink, 2001

pp. 68-69, 88

p. 69, fig. 81

J.-P. Pätznick, personal communication, 2017

Comments

Amiran et al. 1983 mentions it only by including it in a list of Narmer inscriptions. They refer to the site as Lahav, the closest substantial town to the excavation. Van den Brink classifies it as Narmer(?). Pätznick (personal comunication, 2017) does not see Narmer's name in this inscription.
Seger et al. 1990 does not mention the inscription but discusses the site and excavation.

6022 (Narmer(?) serekh fragment from Tel Halif Terrace (Lahav))

van den Brink, 2001, p. 69, fig. 81


The Narmer Catalog

Inscription Detail

Source No:6022
Date:Narmer(?)
Dated by:royal name
Type:inscription on vessel ( jar )
Material:pottery
Region:Canaan
Site:Tel Halif Terrace ( Nahal Tillah )
Locality:
Depository:Joe Alon Center
Registration No.75-504-253/1
References Discussion Figure/Plate
Amiran, Ilan, and Arnon, 1983 pp. 82-83, n. 22
Seger et al., 1990 pp. 1-32
van den Brink, 2001 pp. 68-69, 88 p. 69, fig. 81
J.-P. Pätznick, personal communication, 2017

Comments: Amiran et al. 1983 mentions it only by including it in a list of Narmer inscriptions. They refer to the site as Lahav, the closest substantial town to the excavation. Van den Brink classifies it as Narmer(?). Pätznick (personal comunication, 2017) does not see Narmer's name in this inscription. Seger et al. 1990 does not mention the inscription but discusses the site and excavation.


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6022 (Narmer(?) serekh fragment from Tel Halif Terrace (Lahav))

van den Brink, 2001, p. 69, fig. 81

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