About this object

Fragment of sandstone relief from a temple wall with representations of King Natakamani, Queen Amanitore and Prince Arikankharor. The pitted surface indicates it was originally covered with a later of plaster before painting.

From site no. 279: the 'Kiosk' in the Temple of Amun. Marked in black GN23. Fits together with 49.47.721 and 49.47.722.

Object specifics

  • Type
    Architecture
  • Culture
    Meroitic
  • Artist/Maker
    Unknown or unrecorded
  • Place made
    Africa: Northern Africa: Sudan: Meroë
  • Date made
    50 AD - 100 AD
  • Materials
    Sandstone
  • Location
    Item not currently on display
  • Acquisition
    Purchased from Professor John Garstang, 1949
  • Collector
    John Professor Garstang
  • Place collected
    Africa: Northern Africa: Sudan: Meroë
  • Date collected
    1910
  • Measurements
    250 mm x 695 mm x 125 mm
  • Related people
    John Burges Eustace Garstang (Collector, previous owner)

Explore related

Publications

  • Meroe City An Ancient African Capital John Garstang’s Excavations in the Sudan Part One: Text

    Török, László

    Author: Török, László
    Publisher: Egypt Exploration Society
    Date: 1997
    Description: Publication of John Garstang's 1909 - 1914 excavations at Meroe city, part of the ancient kingdom of Kush between the 7th century BC and the 4th century AD.

  • Meroë, the City of the Ethiopians: being an account of a first season's excavations on the site, 1909-1910

    Garstang, John, Sayce, A H; Griffiths, Francis L

    Author: Garstang, John, Sayce, A H; Griffiths, Francis L
    Publisher: Clarendon Press
    Date: 1911
    Description:

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