Egyptian Funerary Cone for Suty, 18th Dyn. 1397-1349 BC
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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Egyptian: Pre AD 1000: Item # 1217398
Ostracon Ancient Art
Bernhard I. Müller, PhD
Gallery by appointment
Egyptian funerary cone with four registers of hieroglyphs reading: “The revered one before Osiris, the overseer of the works of Amun in the Luxor temple, Suty, justified.”
The cone for Suty is registered as no. 408 in the Corpus of Davies/Macadam.
The name of Suty appears on a stele in the British Museum (BM 826), which is dated to the reign of Amenhotep III. Also the name of a certain Hori, the owner of cone Corpus no. 407, is recorded there and it has been argued that Suty and Hori might have been brothers, see Heyler 1959 [Kêmi 15]: 87 n. 1.
Suty’s tomb is still undiscovered.
Tuthmose IV to Amenhotep III, 1397-1349 BC, see Eichler 2000: 314-315
D. 8.4 cm (3.3 in)
L. 11.4 cm (4.5 in)
Fair quality and condition. Surface of the stamp slightly worn in places. Impressions of fingers on the shaft. Point missing.
Ex collection of Dr. Ulrich Müller, Switzerland, acquired between 1968 and 1978.
The authenticity of the object is unconditionally guaranteed