A Newly Identified Stela from Wadi El-Hudi (Cairo Je 86119) *

  title={A Newly Identified Stela from Wadi El-Hudi (Cairo Je 86119) *},
  author={A. Espinel},
  journal={The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology},
  pages={55 - 70}
  • A. Espinel
  • Published 1 December 2005
  • Art
  • The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology
Publication of a late Middle Kingdom stela Cairo JE 86119, probably from Wadi el-Hudi. This small monument consists of a curious statue representation accompanied by a brief autobiography. The inscription describes new aspects of Egyptian activities in the wadi, mentioning the presence of ‘ntyw to praise Hathor in a temple in the area and there is a reference to thirst. This study analyses the iconography, the text and the title (‘iry-'t n pr-ḥd) of its owner, and the stela and its dedicant are… 
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