By Manfred Bietak
Aus dem Inhalt: Vorwort/Introduction von/by Manfred Bietak M. Bietak Farewell to Our nice and costly good friend Paul Astrom D.A. Aston and B. Bader with a contribution by means of K.G. Kunst, Fishes, Ringstands, Nudes and Hippos - A initial record at the Hyksos Palace Pit advanced L81 M. Bietak und I. Forstner-Muller, mit einem Beitrag von F. van Koppen und ok. Radner, Der Hyksospalast bei Yell el-Daca. Zweite und Dritte Grabungskampagne (Fruhling 2008 und Fruhling 2009) M. Dijkstra, a prime of the Bowmen, Overseer ofthe overseas Lands at Serabit el-Khadim (Sinai 300+297) P. Fuscaldo, The White Slip Wares from Dll el-Dabca, within the Palace District at cEzbet Helmi (Areas H/III and H/VI)
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39 clearly shows that they were mounted on a flat base and were evidently attached to something, perhaps another vessel. Both clearly had a tubular ‘belt’ running around the top of the body in which liquids could be poured in and out via a spout. Four (cat. no. 39) or five (cat no. 38) windows were cut into the lower body. There are no signs of burning on either vessel and their purpose remains unexplained. The jug 9012T, cat no. 26 The potstand, catalogue no. 41 represents one of eight such vessels known to have been deposited in this context.
0 cms in length. This dish is another example of the type with a large central fish in the middle as seems to be the norm in L81. It was again made by hand with a sharply trimmed edge, and the oval boat shape is clear despite its fragmentary state. The natural white surface layer is quite thin and transparent when compared, for example, with 9000A (cat. no. 62). The incised lines are rather thin and not very deep. The centre of the base fish shows signs of wear: abrasion of the white surface and the incised lines are less deep in the middle of the centre than at the edges.
The evident snout with two 110 111 Cf. SCHÄFER, 1974, 111–112. If the creature represented is really a bird, the bee eater seems to be the only bird shown in Egyptian art rows of large teeth opposite each other gives away the species, proving that it is a crocodile. Five short bent lines divide the head from the body and the eye is separated by one line from the head. Over the crocodile there is a horizontal line with seven oblique lines hanging from it. Whether this is a space filler, reminiscent of the horror vacui often found in Egyptian art or a representation of vegetation of some kind cannot be ascertained.