AN EGYPTIAN TERRACOTTA FUNERARY CONE FOR 'THE CHILD OF THE NURSERY' KAMOSE, CALLED NENTAWAREF
EARLY DYNASTY XVIII, CIRCA 16TH-15TH CENTURY B.C.
The base of the cone impressed with four columns of hieroglyphs in relief, end of cone missing; and a Late Babylonian cuneiform terracotta tablet fragment from the right-hand edge of a ration list detailing issues made to many individuals, repaired, circa 6th Century B.C.
4 in. (10.9 cm.) and 4 in. (11.5 cm.) long respectively (2)