Ostracon of Senemut
The ostracon portrays Senemut, a courtier of Hatshepsut.
It is a figured-ostracon, of portrait type with heads only. The ceramic is made of white limestone, with dimensions of approximately 3 in (0.8 dm) by 7 in (1.8 dm).
The Ostracon of Senemut is currently part of the collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Ostraca depicting SenenmutEdit
Ostracon found from the dump below Senenmut's tomb chapel (SAE 71) thought to depict his profile. Now in the Metropolitan Museum.
- "Artist's Sketches of Senenmut". metmuseum.org. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Retrieved 4 February 2020.
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