Four fragments of a pink granite bowl with an inscription around the top that includes Amenhotep III’s name, found at the Stone Chapel of the Desert Altars. The flat rim was inscribed and the remaining four fragments preserve the later form of the name of the Aten; the cartouche name of Amenhotep III (nb-mAat-ra); the name of the city, Akhetaten; and the last sign of the word 'nHH' followed by "King of Upper and Lower Egypt".
Marked by the excavator in black ink T.A. 31.32. 449. A.3 (from the Central City: Small Aten Temple: Altars).