Bowl with wavy rim made by pinching the wet clay between finger and thumb. Carinated body of coarse red-buff pottery. From Esna tomb 70. Marked by the excavator with the grave number in black ink, " 70E". Later modified by a collector to 70Esna XII th dyn". CONDITION NOTE (1998): Area of repair, large chip on rim, chipped round break edges, adhesive on surface, pitted, possibly white pigmentation, surface dirt, some black discolouration. Wellcome Historical Medical Museum accession no. 13453/2: "Light red terra cotta bowl in similar base, with scalloped edge 3ｼ" high 6ｼ" diameter. Piece broken out". Purchased at Sotheby's, London, 26 June - 6 July 1922 (MacGregor Collection) Lot 1702/14: "Three Stands for Vases; two Bowls; eight Vases, with ovoid and gourd-shaped bodies; and a small Bowl with wide ear handles and inscription; all from Professor Garstang's excavations at Esna".