13502. Egyptian Fresco Painting with Two Figures
New Kingdom 19th Dynasty, ca. 1293-1185 BC
A mud brick painting depicting the two draped figures grouped close together, the one bald figure in front, probably a Priest. Traces of hieroglyphic inscription in black ink. Horizontal line at top:
of Lower Egypt (?). The servant
Djerty (= modern el-Tod, near Luxor).Vertical line at lower right: His beloved bodily son, the high priest
Thus, a couple titles but no names. Two things suggest this wall painting comes from a tomb on the west bank of Luxor: (1) the title servant (literally who hears the call), which was common at Deir el-Medina, and the name of the town Djerty, which was near Luxor.
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