Cones not listed on Davies & Macadam

(1) Those registered as #A.01 - #A.14 by Vivó and Costa 1998 (here I mentioned them as 6XX/A.XX)

For further details of these cones, see Vivó and Costa 1998 unless otherwise mentioned.

612/A.01

© Courtesy of the Egypt Exploration Society

Owner: Amunhotep (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: sA-nswt tpj n jmn jmn-Htp
Translation: First king's son of Amun, Amunhotep.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Housed in the British Museum (BM: EA 65189. James 1959 [JEA 45]: 116).


613/A.02

Granted by Mr Jaume Vivó.

Owner:Ka[...]
Transliteration: jmAxy xr jnpw Asjr kA[...]
Translation: Revered one before Anubis. Osiris, Ka[...].
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
First appeared in the review of Davies & Macadam by Heyler (Heyler 1959 [Kêmi 15]: 84-85, Pl. XIII). One example is housed in l'Institute d'Égyptologie l'Université de Strasbourg (Str. 393). See also Vivó and Costa 1998 [BSÉG 22]: 66.


614/A.03

This figure was drawn by me after the one on Pomorska 1965: 19.

Owner: Tuy (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: Asjr twy
Translation: Osiris, Tuy.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Housed in the Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie (# 141606. Pomorska 1965: 10, 19, 24). The seal has a rectangular outline stamped on a circular face.


615/A.04

Granted by Mr Jaume Vivó.

Owner:Amunemhet (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: jmAxy xr Asjr sAwtj pr-HD jmn-m-HAt mAa-xrw snt=f nbt pr mryt jn sA=sn sanx rn=sn nb-an-sw
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, guardian of the treasury, Amunemhet justified, his wife, mistress of the house, Meryt. (Made) By their son, perpetuator of their names, Nebansu.
Date:
Length:
Colours: At least its face is red (BM: EA 65190).
Remarks:
James first reported that this is housed in the British Museum (BM: EA 65190. James 1959 [JEA 45]: 116), but at the time he did not show its traced figure. In 1972, Hari presented its picture and sketch on Cd'É (Hari 1972 [Cd'É 47]), but later Vivó pointed out that his sketch is faulty. He made a fresh sketch, after personal observation of two cones, one housed in the British Museum and the other held in a private collection (Vivó 1997 [BSÉG 21]: 83).
The seal has a rectangular outline stamped on a circular face.


616/A.05

© Courtesy of the managing editor, Göttinger Miszellen.

Owner: Iam (Tomb undiscovered. At Qurna?)
Transliteration: jmj-rA xtmt jAm
Translation: Overseer of the seal, Iam.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
3 examples were discovered at the east of TT 55 (Personal communication with Prof. Kondo. 19th Jan. 2009).
A lintel slab which relates to a man named jAmw who held the title 'jrj-pat hAtj-a xtmw-bjtj smr watj mn-mrwt m pr-nswt jmj-rA xtmt (hereditary noble, seal-bearer of the king of Lower Egypt, sole companion, firm in love in the king's house, overseer of the seal)' was found at Serabit el-Khadim in Sinai (Gardiner and Peet 1952: Pl. LVI; Gardiner and Peet 1955: 149). It is highly probable that these two are the same individual for the name is extremely rare and the titles are identical.
The Oriental Institute Museum, Chicago, has one example (OIM 25624).


617/A.06

This figure was drawn by me after the one on Dewachter 1980 [Rd'É 32]: 40.

Owner: Merytptah (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: jmAxy xr Asjr nbt pr mryt-ptH mAat-xrw
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, mistress of the house, Merytptah justified.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
The owner ascribed is identical to that of # 416.
Housed in Museé National de Céramique, Sèvres (# MNC 22702).


618/A.07

© Courtesy of Mr Chappaz.

© Dr. Bernhard I. Müller, Zurich (Switzerland).

Owner: Djehutynefer (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: sS-nswt jmj-rA pr-HD DHwtj-nfr Hmt=f nbt pr mry
Translation: King's scribe, overseer of the treasury, Djehutynefer, his wife, mistress of the house, Mery.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
This is in the private collection (Chappaz 1981 [BSÉG 5]: 86). Hari made a note on the owner (Hari 1983a).


619/A.08

This figure was drawn by me after the one on Mostafa 1995: Taf. 18.

Owner: Hem[...] (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: jmj-rA Snwtj Hsb jt n Smaw mHw sS Hm[...]
Translation: Overseer of the double granary, counter of the grain of Upper and Lower Egypt, scribe Hem[...].
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
One example was unearthed at the shaft of TT 256 (Mostafa 1995: 76, Taf. 18).


620/A.09

© Courtesy of the managing editor, Göttinger Miszellen.

Owner: Amunemnebtawy (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: sAw jmn-m-nb-tAwj snt=f nbt pr jxj
Translation: Guardian, Amunemnebtawy, his wife, mistress of the house, Ikhi.
Date:
Length: 10.6d (Martin and Reeves 1987 [GM 95])
Colours: Faint traces of red ochre on the face and fore-end of the butt (Ibid.).
Remarks:
Housed in the Oriental Museum, Durham (Durham 1984.17). Stamped on the circular face (Ibid.).


621/A.10

© Courtesy of the Institute of Egyptology, Waseda University.

Owner: Qenna (Tomb undiscovered. At Qurna?)
Transliteration: jmAxy xr Asjr sS Sat n Hm-nTr tpj n jmn qn-nA mAa[-xrw xr nTr aA]
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, letter scribe of the first prophet of Amun, Qenna, justified [before the great god].
Date:
Length:
Colours: Red (Kondo and Ishibashi 2003: 132).
Remarks:
Qenna's canopic jar, as well as three examples of this cone, were unearthed at the court of TT 128-129 therefore it is highly possible that his tomb is near hear (Kondo and Ishibashi 2003: 132, 134, 143, 178, Pl. 39).
This cone has incised characters (Ibid.:132).
The owner ascribed is identical to that of # 433.


622/A.11

This figure was drawn by me after the one on Siclen and Ryan 1991 [VA (7 (1))] 47.

© Dr. Bernhard I. Müller, Zurich (Switzerland).

© Dr. Bernhard I. Müller, Zurich (Switzerland).

Owner: Huy (Amunhotep son of Hapu)
Transliteration: [jmAx]y xr Asjr jrj-pat sS-nswt Hwy n Hwt-Hrt-jb mAa-xrw
Translation: [Revered one before] Osiris, hereditary noble, king's scribe, Huy of Athribis justified.
Date: A. III
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
The tomb of Amunhotep, son of Hapu (Huy) is popularly believed to be TT -396- because Bidoli reported that a local Qurnawi informed him that Amunhotep's cones (exact type is not known. Either # 10, # 40, or # 65) were found around it (Bidoli 1970 [MDAIK 26]: 12). However, the tomb itself does not have inscriptions of his name and titles, and we do not know what types, how many, and exactly where the cones were found. Needless to say, reports from local people should not be accepted without careful scrutiny.
The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 10, # 40, and # 65.
This type was first published by Doetsch-Amberger (Doetsch-Amberger 1987: 18) and this is housed in the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum in Germany. Yet other examples of the same type are in the private collection in South Texas (Siclen and Ryan 1991 [VA (7 (1))]: 47) and in Dr. Bernhard I. Müller's collection, Switzerland (Personal communication with him. 26th Jan. 2010).


623/A.12

This figure was drawn by me after the one on Siclen and Ryan 1991 [VA (7 (1))] 51.

Owner: ?
Transliteration: [jmAx]y xr [Asjr] jbA n jmn jmj-rA pr Hwt-Hr [...] mAa-xrw
Translation: [Revered one] before [Osiris], dancer of Amun, steward of Hathor, [...] justified.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
This is in the private collection (Siclen and Ryan 1991 [VA (7 (1))]: 51).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 645/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.


624/A.13

Granted by Mr Jaume Vivó.

Owner: Ramose (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: Hrj-mrt n jmn ra-ms mAa-xrw
Translation: Chief of the servants of Amun, Ramose justified.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
A picture and a sketch have been shown by Vivó and Costa in 1994 and 1998 respectively (Vivó and Costa 1994; Vivó and Costa 1998 [BSÉG 22]: 70).


625/A.14

Granted by Mr Jaume Vivó.

Owner: Djehuty (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: jmj-rA Snaw n jmn DHwtj Hmt[=f] my
Translation: Overseer of workhouses, Djehuty, [his] wife, Miy.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Housed in the Bolton museum (Bolton 1920.10.6. Vivó and Costa 1995 [BSÉG 19]: 99).

(2) Dibley & Lipkin registered extra 2 types as 626/A.15 - 627/A.16. For further information, See Dibley and Lipkin 2009.

626/A.15

© Dr Bron Lipkin

Owner: [...]mose called (?) Didshaw (?)
Transliteration: jmj-rA pr n TAtj sS [...]ms Dd.n[=f] dd-SAw (?) mAa-xrw jrj.n Hrj-mrt n jmn [...] mAa-xrw.
Translation: Steward of the vizier, scribe [...]ms, called Didshaw (?) born of the chief of the servants of Amun, [...] justified.
Date:
Length:
Colours: Natural red clay with remnant white on the face of the cone.
Remarks:
Dibley and Lipkin reads the name of the owner as "ddw-[wS ?...]", assuming that this refers to a private name containing wS, as the name pA-wS. (Dibley and Lipkin 2009: 193).
Cone held in a private collection in London (Ibid.).

627/A.16

© Dr Bron Lipkin

Owner: Ra
Transliteration: jmAxy xr Asjr smsw-HAyt n jmn Hrj wdHw (?) rA mAa-xrw.
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, elder of the portal of Amun, chief of the offering table (?) Ra justified.
Date:
Length:
Colours: Natural red clay with remnant white on the face of the cone.
Remarks:
Cone held in a private collection in London (Dibley and Lipkin 2009: 193).

(3) I registered further 21 types. The following catalogue is originally from my M.A. dissertation submitted in Jan. 2008, and was published as Zenihiro 2009. Here, I mention as 6XX/B.XX.

628/B.01

This figure is from Gauthier 1908 [BIFAO 6]: 130.

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Owner: Amunone (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: jmn-jnt jrj.n [...]-Htp
Translation: Amunone, born of [...]hotep.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
One example was unearthed at Dra Abul Naga (Gauthier 1908 [BIFAO 6]: 129-130).
The pictures and traced figures have not been published yet so it may have no existence.


629/B.02

This figure is from Gauthier 1910 [BIFAO 7]: 160.

Owner: Keresetynetjeraa (? Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: sAb qrsty-nTr-aA (?)
Translation: Sab, Keresetynetjeraa (?).
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Unearthed from the dumped soil in Dra Abul Naga (Chassinat 1910 [BIFAO 7]: 160).
Since they had not seen the actual cone, Vivó and Costa withheld their judgment on whether this represents a newly-found type or is part of a previously discovered cone (Vivó and Costa 1998 [BSÉG 22]: 65).


630/B.03
Owner: Nebamun (Tomb undiscovered. At Dra Abul Naga?)

Transliteration: sS nb-jmn
Translation: Scribe Nebamun.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Two examples (both brick type) were unearthed from TT 20 (Davies 1913a: 5). 12 examples (all brick type) unearthed around TT 11 (Galán and Borrego 2007 [Memnonia 17]: 197).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 645/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.
From its provenience and the inscription, this cone may have belonged to TT 24, TT 146, K10.1 or the lost tomb whose wall painting fragments are preserved in the British Museum.


631/B.04

This figure is drawn by me after Roeder 1924: 297.

Owner: TT 132 Ramose
Reasons: Inscription
Transliteration: Asjr sS-nswt xtmw-bjtj smr watj n mrwt jrtj nswt anxwj bjtj jmj-rA prwj-HD n nb tAwj thrq mAa-xrw ra-ms mAa-xrw jrt n nbt pr Ts-mHt-pr mAa-xrw
Translation: Osiris, king's scribe, seal-bearer of the king of Lower Egypt, sole and beloved companion, eyes of the king of Upper Egypt, ears of the king of Lower Egypt, overseer of the double treasury of the lord of the Two Lands Taharqa justified, Ramose justified, born of mistress of the house Thesmehetper justified.
Date: 25th Dynasty Taharqa
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
The owner ascribed is identical to that of # 3.
This cone first appeared in Roeder 1924: 297, but has been ignored because this looks very much like Davies & Macadam # 3, causing scholars to identify this cone with # 3. It does not have the word 'Asjr (Osiris)' at the head of the sentence but this one does.


632/B.05

This figure is from Borchardt, Königisberger, and Ricke 1934 [ZÄS 70]: 26.

Owner: TT 178 Kel (Neferrenpet)
Reasons: Inscription
Transliteration: Asjr sS pr-HD n pr jmn kl mAa-xrw
Translation: Osiris, scribe of the treasury of the house of Amun, Kel justified.
Date: The latter half of R. II
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Tne brick was found from TT 296 (Borchardt, Königisberger, and Ricke 1934 [ZÄS 70]: 26).
This example has not been regarded as a cone because it has a rectangular outline of seal stamped on the brick. Similar ones (# 336 and # 346), however, are registered at Davies & Macadam so this one should also be included in the catalogue.
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 645/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.


633/B.06

This figure was from Drower and Myers 1940: Pl. 107.

Owner: TT -286- Nedjem (Aabau)
Reasons: Inscription
Transliteration: jmj-rA Snaw n aA-xpr[-n]-ra mAa-xrw nDm mAa-xrw
Translation: Overseer of the workshop of Thutmose II, Nedjem justified.
Date: Hat. - T. III
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Three examples were unearthed at Armant (Drower and Myers 1940: Texts p. 101, Plates Pl. 107 no. 9). Petrie, however, reported that he purchased both # # 193 as well as # # 232 (Stewart 1986: 59), which probably indicates an antique dealer had acquired a variety of different cones around the site of Nr. -286- and then sold them at Armant later. It indicates that the examples from Armant, including this cone, may have been originally from Nr. -286-.
The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 193, # 232, and # 361 because the design of the inscription is similar to those three, the name and the title of the owners correspond to each other. Vivó, however, thinks that the owner of # 361 is different from those of other cones since it has never been found at Nr. -286- area and the king's name is not Thutmose II but Thutmose I. He also considers this # 633/B.06 to be the same as # # 193 (Personal communication between Kento Zenihiro and him. 10 Nov. 2012).


634/B.07

Owner: Hemnetjer (Tomb undiscovered. At Deir el-Medina?)

Transliteration: [...] Asjr sS Hm-nTr [...]
Translation: [...] Osiris, scribe Hemnetjer [...].
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Four examples were unearthed at Deir el-Medina (Bruyère 1952: 44, 46).


635/B.08

This figure was drawn by me after Collins 1976 [JEA 62]: 36.

Owner: TT 106 Paser
Reasons: Inscription and provenience
Transliteration: jmj-rA njwt TAtj pA-sr
Translation: Overseer of the town, vizier Paser.
Date: Sety I - R. II
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
One brick was found from TT 106 (Collins 1976 [JEA 62]: 36, Fig. 38). Unknown examples of bricks were found at the court of TT 103 (PM I, 2: 654. Though it does not mention the details of the bricks so the bricks may not have been this). Unknown examples of bricks were found at Nr. -131- (K93.11. Polz 1995: 216).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 645/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.


636/B.09

© Courtesy of Dr Erika Feucht.

Owner: ?
Transliteration: [...]sS[...]
Translation: [...] scribe [...].
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Unearthed from TT 295 (Feucht 1985: 148, Taf. 73).


637/B.10

This figure was drawn by me after the ones on Seyfried 1990: 212, 206, 212, 187.

Owner: Mery (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: [...]nw [...] TAy-sryt n tA [...]y anx wDA snb mry
Translation: [...] standard-bearer of Ta[...] l. p. h., Mery.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
One example was unearthed at the side room on hall, two examples at the shaft I in hall, one example at the shaft II in hall of TT 373 (Seyfried 1990: 205-206, 209, 212, 215).


638/B.11

This figure was drawn by me after the one on Assmann 1991: 243.

Owner: Amunemopet (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: [...] jmn jmn-m-jpAt
Translation: [...of] Amun, Amunemopet.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
One examples were unearthed at the shaft of TT 41 (Assmann 1991: 243-244).
Assmann suggests to read: [jmj-rA pr n] jmn jmn-m-jpAt (Ibid.: 244).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 645/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.


639/B.12

© Courtesy of Helmut Buske Verlag GmbH.

Owner: Horemheb (Tomb undiscovered)
Transliteration: jdnw? Hr-m-Hb Asjr xntj-jmntt [...]w nb rA-sTAw
Translation: Deputy (?) Horemheb, Osiris-Khentiamenetet, [...] lord of Rasetjau.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
One example was unearthed from TT 260 (Nasr 1993 [SAK 20]: 202).


640/B.13

This figure was drawn by me after the one on Guksch 1995: 121.

Owner: [...]u
Transliteration: jmj-rA kAt jmn [...]w
Translation: Overseer of the works of Amun, [...]u.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Two examples were unearthed from TT 87 (Guksch 1995: 120-121).


641/B.14

This figure was drawn by the author after Graefe 2003: Taf. 112, Kat. 498.

Owner: TT 36 Ibi
Reasons: Inscription and provenience
Transliteration: jrj-pat HAtj-a xtmw-bjtj smr watj n mrwt rx-nswt mAa mrj=f jmj-rA pr wr dwAt-nTr jbj sA mry-nTr anx-Hr mAa-xrw
Translation: Hereditary noble, mayor, seal-bearer of the king of Lower Egypt, sole and beloved companion, true king's acquaintance, his beloved, chief steward, divine adoratress, Ibi, son of the one beloved of the god, Ankhhor justified.
Date: Twenty-sixth Dynasty Psamtik I
Length: 10.9-14.1d (Graefe 2003: 203)
Colours:
Remarks:
12 examples were unearthed from TT 196 (Ibid.: Text Pp. 201-202; Taf. 112, Kat.498).
The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 450, # 451, # 610, # 642/B.15, and # 643/B.16.


642/B.15

This figure was drawn by the author after Graefe 2003: Taf. 112, Kat. 499.

Owner: TT 36 Ibi
Reasons: Inscription and provenience
Transliteration: jrj-pat HAtj-a xtmw-bjtj smr watj n mrwt rx-nswt mAa mrj=f jmj-rA 3 wr dwAt-nTr jbj [sA] mry-nTr anx-Hr mAa-xrw
Translation: Hereditary noble, mayor, seal-bearer of the king of Lower Egypt, sole and beloved companion, true king's acquaintance, his beloved, chief steward, divine adoratress, Ibi, [son of the] one beloved of the god, Ankhhor justified.
Date: Twenty-sixth Dynasty Psamtik I
Length:12-13.4d (Graefe 2003: 203)
Colours:
Remarks:
13 examples were unearthed at TT 196 (Ibid.: Text p. 202; Taf. 112, Kat.499).
The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 450, # 451, # 610, # 641/B.14, and # 643/B.16.


643/B.16

This figure was drawn by the author after Graefe 2003: Taf. 113, Kat. 500.

Owner: TT 36 Ibi
Reasons: Inscription and provenience
Transliteration: jrj-pat HAtj-a xtmw-bjtj [smr]-watj n mrwt rx-nswt mAa mrj=f [...] pr wr dwAt-nTr jbj [sA] mry-[nTr] anx-Hr mAa[-xrw]
Translation: Hereditary noble, mayor, seal-bearer of the king of Lower Egypt, sole and beloved [companion], true king's acquaintance, his beloved, [chief steward], divine adoratress, Ibi, [son of the] one beloved of the [god], Ankhhor justified.
Date: Twenty-sixth Dynasty Psamtik I
Length: 11.6d (Graefe 2003: 203)
Colours:
Remarks:
One example was unearthed from TT 36 (Ibid.: Text p. 202; Taf. 113, Kat.500).
The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 450, # 451, # 610, # 641/B.14, and # 642/B.15.


644/B.17

© Courtesy of Dr Stuart Tyson Smith.

Owner: TMB005 Siamun
Reasons: Provenience
Transliteration: Asjr sS nbw-HD jmj-rA xAswt sA-jmn
Translation: Osiris, scribe of the gold and silver, overseer of foreign lands, Siamun.
Date: The New Kingdom
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Unknown examples were unearthed from TMB005 (Smith 2003: 140-143).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 645/B.18, # 645/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.


645/B.18

© Courtesy of Dr Stuart Tyson Smith.

Owner: TMB005 Uren
Reasons: Provenience
Transliteration: Asjr nbt pr wrn
Translation: Osiris, mistress of the house, Uren.
Date: The New Kingdom
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Unknown examples were unearthed from TMB005 (Smith 2003: 140-143).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.


646/B.19

© Courtesy of Dr Stuart Tyson Smith.

© Courtesy of Dr Stuart Tyson Smith.

Owner: TMB005 Siamun
Reasons: Provenience
Transliteration: jmAxy xr Asjr jnpw xntj sH-nTr jn sS nbw-HD jmj-rA xAswt sA-jmn mwt=f nbt pr wrn
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, Anubis, foremost of the divine booth. By the scribe of the gold and silver, overseer of foreign lands, Siamun. His mother, mistress of the house, Uren.
Date: The New Kingdom
Length:
Colours: Some digits of front side is coloured red or white (Smith 2003: 142; Personal communication with Dr Stuart Tyson Smith. 7th Feb. 2009).
Remarks:
There were 22 cones excavated from around TMB005 with legible inscriptions. Numerious additional illegible cones and substantial fragments were found around the pyramid on the surface and in excavation. (Smith 2003: 143; Personal communication with Dr Stuart Tyson Smith. 7th Feb. 2009).
The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 644/B.17 and # 645/B.18.


647/B.20

© Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

© Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

Owner: ?
Transliteration: jmAxy xr [...] n njwt rsjt jmj-rA Snwtj [...] jmn [...]
Translation: Revered one before [...] of the southern city, overseer of the double granary [...] Amun [...].
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
One limestone matrix (stamp) unearthed at Medinet Habu (Teeter et al. 2003: 187, Pl. 103a).


648/B.21

© Courtesy of Dr José M. Galán.

© Courtesy of Dr José M. Galán.

Owner: Baki who was buried in a tomb adjacent to the east of TT 12 (husband of the owner of # 303, Ity).
Reasons: From its similarity in appearance to the cone of Ity and its provenience.
Transliteration: jmj-rA jHw n jmn bAkj
Translation: First king's son of Amun, Baki.
Date:
Length: 12.5d on average (Galán & Borrego 2007 [Memnonia 17]: 201)
Colours:
Remarks:
43 examples were unearthed from TT 11-TT 12 area during the first five seasons of Spanish-Egyptian mission (Op. cit.: 204).

(4) Following cones are those caught my eye after publishing my book.

649/B.22

© The Trustees of the British Museum

© The Trustees of the British Museum

Owner: ?
Reasons:
Transliteration: ...mAa-xrw. ...mAa-xrw.
Translation:...justified. ...justified.
Date:
Length: 26.5 cm
Colours: Red.
Remarks:
It is difficult to say if this is an authentic funerary cone or not, as this object has unusual feature: two persons are kneeling back to back, causing accompanying two texts facing outward.
One example is registered as 'EA 71402' at the British Museum and as '996X2.4' at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, respectively.
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.


650/B.23

© Dr. Bernhard I. Müller, Zurich (Switzerland)

Owner: Nekhy
Reasons:
Transliteration: fAj-ax n Hwt-nTr nt(?) jmn nxy [mAa-xrw?].
Translation: Bearer of the brazier to the temple of Amun. Nekhy [justified(?)].
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
This is possessed by Dr. Bernhard I. Müller, Zurich (Switzerland)
The titles that starts with 'fAj-ax (Bearer of the brazier)' is one of the rare titles but Djehuty, the owner of TT 110 and was active during Hatshepsut - Thutmose III, held three variants of this.
Each one statue which seems to belong this Nekhy is housed in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo (JE 52969. Hornemann 1957: Pl. 555. According to my research in the museum in the Nov. 2010, this is also registered as 'SR 4/ 11693' and was purchased in 1929 after someone had found it at Qift (Coptos), near Luxor.) and in Museu Egipci de Barcelona (with unknown inventory number. Revista de Arqueología 2000: 58)

651/B.24

Gallorini, Genovese, Lorenzini, Marchini, Grassi, Sanseverino, and Bresciani 1990 [EVO 13]: 76.

Owner: TT 275 Sebekmose
Reasons: Inscription and the similarity with # 501.
Transliteration: jmAxy xr Asjr Hrj wab sbk-ms mAa-xrw.
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, chief wab-priest, Sebekmose justified.
Date: Tut. – Hor.
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
The owner ascribed is identical with that of # 501.
One example is held by a private person in Italy (Gallorini, Genovese, Lorenzini, Marchini, Grassi, Sanseverino, and Bresciani 1990 [EVO 13]: 74, 76-77.). The authors of this article mistakenly regard this cones as # 501 (Ibid. 74.).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.

652/B.25

Owner: TT 122 Amunemhat
Reasons: Inscription and provenience.

Transliteration: [...] jmj-rA [Sna] n jmn [...] jmn-m-HAt mAa-xrw
Translation: [...] overseer of the storeroom, [...], Amunemhat justified.
Date: Hat. – T. III (Shirley 2010: 279).
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
One example was unearthed at the TT 122 (Shirley 2010: 285-286).
The owner ascribed is identical with that of # 522.
According to Shirley, # 202 also might have belonged to the same individual (Shirley 2010: 297 n. 54).


653/B.26

Gaál 1993: 44.

Owner: TT 183 Nebsumenu
Reasons: Inscription and provenience.
Transliteration: Asjr jmj-rA pr nb-sw-mnw mAa-xrw n wAst
Translation: Osiris, steward Nebsumenu, justified, from Thebes.
Date: R. II (Kitchen 1980 [KRI III]: 182).
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
12 fragments of fired bricks were found from TT 32 (Gaál 1993: 43).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.


654/B.27

Spiegelberg 1898: Pl. 11.

Owner: A. 10 Djehutynefer
Reasons: Inscription.
Transliteration: jrj-pat HAtj-a Xrj-Hbt Hrj-tp m pr-nfr jmj-rA pr-HD Dhwtj-nfr mAa-xrw
Translation: Hereditary noble, mayor, lector-priest, chief in the place of embalming, overseer of the treasury, Djehutynefer justified.
Date: Early 18th Dynasty.
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Spiegelberg published this as a seal impression stamped on a brick (Spiegelberg 1898: 15, Pl. 11).
The owner ascribed is identical with that of # 516.
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.


655/B.28

02-016 in Macadam's collection, Sudan Library.

Drawn by Kento Zenihiro.

Owner: Nebiry
Reasons:
Transliteration: jmAxy xr Asjr Hrj-mrt n jmn nb-jrj mAa-xrw
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, chief of the servants of Amun, Nebiry, justified.
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Macadam had tried to introduce this cone in part 2 of his renowned Corpus but as it has never published, the cone has not been known to public so far.
Macadam states: 'Bristol Ha 5249. Temp. no. 181a / From dealer Sayed Mulattam in Luxor, who had another. 1972'.


656/B.29

Eigner 1984: 75.

Owner: TT 34 Montuemhat
Reasons: Inscription
Transliteration: Hm-nTr 4-nw jmn HAtj-a njwt jmj-rA Smaw mnTw-m-HAt
Translation: Fourth prophet of Amun, mayor of the city, overseer of Upper Egypt, Montuemhat.
Date: 25th Dynasty Taharqa to 26th Dyn. Psamtik I.
Length: 17 cm X 9 cm (Eigner 1984: 75)
Colours:
Remarks:
Unknown examples of bricks were found at the court of TT 103 (PM I, 2: 654).
Lepsius, Legrain, Leclant, and Eigner mentioned this (Lepsius 1849-1859 [LD III]: 246; Legrain 1913 [Rec. Trav. 35]: 213; Leclant 1961: 155; Eigner 1984: 75).
The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 409, # 410, # 411, # 418, # 419, # 420, # 449, # 460, # 461, # 472, # 473, # 485, # 486, and # 604.
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.

657/B.30
Owner:
Reasons:

Transliteration:
Translation:
Date:
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:

658/B.31
Owner: Tutuia (tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Dra Abul Naga)
Reasons: --

Transliteration: jmj-rA jHw n jmn tw-tw-jA.
Translation: Overseer of the cattle of Amun, Tutuia.
Date: Post-Amarna (Galán 2008: 167).
Length: 34 x 16 x 10 cm (the seal impression is 13 x 5.3 cm. Galán 2008: 167).
Colours:
Remarks:
26 examples were unearthed at TT 11-12 area (Galán 2008: 167).
The owner ascribed may be identical to that of # 66 though it was made in the reign of Thutmose IV - Amunhotep III.
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.

659/B.32
Owner: Parennefer (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --

Transliteration: Asjr Hm-nTr tpj n jmn pA-rn-nfr mAa-xrw.
Translation: Osiris, first prophet of Amun, Parennefer justified.
Date: Post-Amarna (Galán 2008: 170).
Length: 24 (incomplete) x 17 x 9.5 cm (the seal impression is 11 x 5 cm. Galán 2008: 170).
Colours:
Remarks:
Unknown examples were found at tomb no. 5 named by Lepsius. (Lepsius 1849 - 1859 [LD Text III]: 239. The tomb is probably at Dra Abul Naga). Two examples were unearthed at TT 11-12 area (Galán 2008: 167).
The owner ascribed is identical with that of # 660/B.33.
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.

660/B.33
Owner: Parennefer (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --

Transliteration: Asjr Hm-nTr tpj n jmn pA-rn-nfr mAa-xrw.
Translation: Osiris, first prophet of Amun, Parennefer justified.
Date: Post-Amarna (Galán 2008: 170).
Length: --
Colours:
Remarks:
Unknown examples were found at tomb no. 5 named by Lepsius (Lepsius 1849 - 1859 [LD Text III]: 239. The tomb is probably at Dra Abul Naga).
The owner ascribed may be identical to that of # 659/B.32.
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.

661/B.34

Schiaparelli 1887: 436.

Owner: TT 106 Paser
Reasons: Inscription.
Transliteration: jrj-pat HAtj-a jmj-rA njwt TAtj pA-sr mAa-xrw sA Hm-nTr tpj n jmn nb-nTrw Dd.f Tnw-r-y (or Tnw-r mAa-xrw?).
Translation: Hereditary noble, mayor, overseer of the town, vizier, Paser, son of the first prophet of Amun, Nebnetjeru called Tjenueriy (or Tjenuer justified?).
Date: Sety I – R. II.
Length: 39.0 X 20.0 X 13.5cm (Schiaparelli 1887: 436).
Colours:
Remarks:
Museo Archeologico di Firenze has a brick that was found by Rosellini at Thebes (# 2641. Schiaparelli 1887: 435-436).
The owner ascribed may be identical to that of # 635/B.08.
For more on this Paser, see Donohue 1988 [JEA 74]
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.

662/B.35
Owner: Amunhotep (of a tomb at Abydos)
Reasons: --

Transliteration: jmj-rA pr-HD jmn-Htp mAa-xrw
Translation: Overseer of the treasury, Amunhotep justified.
Date: --
Length: 33 x 16 x 9 cm, 31 x 15 x 8 cm, 32 x 15.5 x 9 cm. Seal impression area 14 x 6 cm (Simpson 1995: 79).
Colours:
Remarks:
30 examples were unearthed at Abydos, around the Portal temple of Ramesses II (Simpson 1995: 79).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.

663/B.36
Owner: Paser (of a tomb at Abydos)
Reasons: --

Transliteration: Asjr jmj-rA njwt TAtj pA-sr mAa-xrw
Translation: Osiris, overseer of the town, vizier, Paser justified.
Date: --
Length: 37 x 18 x 11 cm. Seal impression area 12.5 x 6 cm (Simpson 1995: 79).
Colours:
Remarks:
Five examples were unearthed at Abydos, around the Portal temple of Ramesses II (Simpson 1995: 79).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 664/B.37, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.
The owner ascribed is identical with that of # 635/B.08 and # 661/B.34.

664/B.37
Owner: Mentjy (of a tomb at Abydos)
Reasons: --

Transliteration: sS mSa (?) n nb tAwj mnTj
Translation: Army scribe (?) of the lord of the two lands, Mentjy.
Date: --
Length: 33 x 15 x 10 cm. Seal impression area 14.5 x 6.5 cm (Simpson 1995: 79).
Colours:
Remarks:
Five examples were unearthed at Abydos, around the Portal temple of Ramesses II (Simpson 1995: 79).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 665/B.38, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.

665/B.38
Owner: Djesernebbiy (? of a tomb at Abydos)
Reasons: --

Transliteration: Hrt (?) gnwtj (?) Dsr(?)-nb-bj mwt=f mr(t) (?) mn-xA...(?)
Translation: (?) Djesernebbiy(?), his mother, Meret...(?).
Date: --
Length: 27 x 18.5 x 10 cm. Seal impression area 6.5 x 6.5 cm (Simpson 1995: 79).
Colours:
Remarks:
12 examples were unearthed at Abydos, around the Portal temple of Ramesses II (Simpson 1995: 79).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, and # 666/B.39. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.

666/B.39
Owner: Pahu (? of a tomb at Abydos)
Reasons: --

Transliteration: TAy-sryt ... mry tAwj pA-Hw
Translation: Standard-bearer of the beloved of the two lands, Pahu (?).
Date: --
Length: 31 x 15.5 x 9 cm. Seal impression area 10 x 5.5 cm (Simpson 1995: 79).
Colours:
Remarks:
13 examples were unearthed at Abydos, around the Portal temple of Ramesses II (Simpson 1995: 79).
This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. This may also be true for cones # 85, # 86, # 88, # 120, # 336, # 337, # 346, # 611, # 623/A.12, # 630/B.03, # 632/B.05, # 635/B.08, # 638/B.11, # 644/B.17, # 645/B.18, # 649/B.22, # 651/B.24, # 653/B.26, # 654/B.27, # 656/B.29, # 658/B.31, # 659/B.32, # 660/B.33, # 661/B.34, # 662/B.35, # 663/B.36, # 664/B.37, and # 665/B.38. Davies & Macadam's catalogue includes such type so I included this cone, too. However, I may remove this from the list and include to another category in the future.

(4) Kruck published six cones as DAN I - DAN VI. For further information, See Kruck 2012.

667/DAN I
Owner: A. 8 Amunemheb
Reasons: Inscription and provenience

Transliteration: jmAxy xr Asjr sS-nswt mAa mrj=f jmj-rA Snwtj n jmn HAtj-a jmn-m-Hb n njwt
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, true king's scribe, his beloved, overseer of the double granary of Amun, mayor, Amunemheb, of a town
Date: Ay-Hor.
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Five examples were unearthed at K93.11 and A. 8 (Kruck 2012: 91).
The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 532 and # 554.
This cone was first published in Kruck 2012: 91-92, Taf. 2 b).

668/DAN II (= # 46?)
Owner: Amunhotep
Reasons: Inscription and provenience

Transliteration: jmAx(y) [x]r [...] sS spAt m [...] jmn-Htp
Translation: Revered one before [...] scribe of the nome in [...] Amunhotep.
Date: Ay-Hor.
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
One example was unearthed at A. 8 (Kruck 2012: 135).

669/DAN III
Owner: Amun[...]
Reasons: --

Transliteration: [...] xr Asjr [...sDm?-]aS (n) jmn jmn[-...]
Translation: [...] before Osiris, [...servant?] (of) Amun, Amun[...]
Date: --
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
One example was unearthed at K93.11 (Kruck 2012: 146).
This cone was first published in Kruck 2012: 146, Taf. 7 c).

670/DAN IV
Owner: Baneb or Bak?
Reasons: --

Transliteration: jmj-rA(?) [...] BA-nb (bAk?) [...] j[mn?...]
Translation: Overseer (?) [of...] Baneb (Bak?) [...] A[mun?...]
Date: --
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
One example was unearthed at the north of 'Areal H' in the DAI concession (north of the Nebkheperre-Antef's pyramid at Dra Abul Naga. Kruck 2012: 23, 147).
This cone was first published in Kruck 2012: 147, Taf. 7 d).

671/DAN V
Owner: ?
Reasons: --

Transliteration: [...] jmn jt(?) [...-]jmn [...]
Translation: [...] Amun [...-]amun [...]
Date: --
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
One example was unearthed at 'Areal A (S15)' in the DAI concession (Kruck 2012: 148).
This cone was first published in Kruck 2012: 148, Taf. 7 e).

672/DAN VI
Owner: Djehutymose (tomb undiscovered)

Transliteration: [jmAx]y xr As[jr...] jmj-rA jHw [...] DHwtj-ms mAa-xrw xr nTr aA
Translation: [Revered one] before Osiris, overseer of the cattle [...] Djehutymose, justified before the great god.
Date: --
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Two examples were unearthed at the monastery at Dair el-Bkhit (Kruck 2012: 156).
This cone was first published in Kruck 2012: 156, Taf. 7 a) and f).

673/B.46
Owner: TT 68 Merymaat
Reasons: Inscription and provenience

Transliteration: jmAxy xr ptH-skr xtmw-bjtj Hm-nTr tpj n jmn mry-ptH
Translation: Revered one before Ptah-Sokar, seal-bearer of the king of Lower Egypt, first prophet of Amun, Meryptah.
Date: A. III
Length:
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Remarks:
One brick was found near TT 69 (Lepsius 1849-1859 [LD Text III]: 287. Cf.: Seyfried 1991: 117).

674/B.47
Owner: TT 68 Merymaat
Reasons: Inscription and provenience

Transliteration: Hm-nTr tpj n jmn mry-ptH
Translation: First prophet of Amun, Meryptah.
Date: A. III
Length:
Colours:
Remarks:
Three bricks were found near TT 69 (Lepsius 1849-1859 [LD Text III]: 287. Cf.: Seyfried 1991: 117).



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