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E017855 Bowl - Front, Abydos, Upper Egypt, Sohag, Ancient Civilisations, Egypt, North Africa. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Anthropology Dept - Rebecca Conway
 
Summary:
E017855 - 22/11/1909, bowl, Abydos, Upper Egypt, Sohag, Egypt, Africa, North
Item Name:
bowl
Label:
Cylindrical pottery vessel. Section of rim broken off. From Afromdos, Sohag, Upper Egypt. Attributed to the 6th Dynasty. Acquired in 1909 via the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: height approx. 23 cm, diameter approx. 12 cm.
Keywords:
archaeology
pottery
Place:
Abydos
Region:
Upper Egypt
Province/State:
Sohag
Country:
Egypt
Collection Area:
Africa, North
Museum Department:
Anthropology
Registration Date:
22/11/1909
Registration Number:
E017855
Associated Stories:
Ancient Egyptian Archaeology Collection
Egyptology at the Australian Museum
Images
1:
E017855 Bowl - Front, Abydos, Upper Egypt, Sohag, Ancient Civilisations, Egypt, North Africa. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Anthropology Dept - Rebecca Conway
2:
Cylindrical pottery vessel. Section of rim broken off. From Afromdos, Sohag, Upper Egypt. Attributed to the 6th Dynasty. Acquired in 1909 via the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: height approx. 23 cm, diameter approx. 12 cm. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Stan Florek
3:
Cylindrical pottery vessel. Section of rim broken off. From Afromdos, Sohag, Upper Egypt. Attributed to the 6th Dynasty. Acquired in 1909 via the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: height approx. 23 cm, diameter approx. 12 cm. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Stan Florek
4:
Cylindrical pottery vessel. Section of rim broken off. From Afromdos, Sohag, Upper Egypt. Attributed to the 6th Dynasty. Acquired in 1909 via the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: height approx. 23 cm, diameter approx. 12 cm. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Stan Florek
5:
Cylindrical pottery vessel. Section of rim broken off. From Afromdos, Sohag, Upper Egypt. Attributed to the 6th Dynasty. Acquired in 1909 via the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: height approx. 23 cm, diameter approx. 12 cm. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Stan Florek