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2337, Present location – IFAO, based on Vandier D’Abbadie (1937 Pl. L). Figure 2. Figured ostraca, provenance unknown, example of ‘women in pavilions or outdoor locations’ dataset. BM 8506, Present location – British Museum © Trustees of the British Museum. examples the child is in front of the woman who is facing the viewer’s right. Apparent there was a preference to orientation, with the main figure facing the viewer’s right. There are clear areas of significance within the scenes. The bed itself appears as an important and highly decorated item.
CXX). 32 Joanne Backhouse also have idiosyncratic hairstyles (see Figures 5 and 6). ’ The high pony-tail style, gives the head an elongated, conical shape. The servant in one of the ‘elaborate bed’ scenes (Berlin 21451) also has this hairstyle and is likewise holding a mirror and kohl pot (Shäfer 1916, fig. 10). A similar hairstyle is also depicted in a scene of animal parody. Here a young girl, possibly a servant, dances naked, before a kiosk (Peterson 1974, 102). Lastly, the same hairstyle is seen on a fragment in Brussels.
1938) Une Fresque Civile de Deir el Médineh. Revue D’Égyptologie, 3, 27–35. Vandier D’Abbadie, J. (1957) Deux ostraca figurés. Bulletin de l’ Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale, 56, 21–34. Vandier D’Abbadie, J. (1946) Catalogue des Ostraca Figurés de Deir el Médineh, Vol. 3. Cairo, Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale du Caire. Vandier D’Abbadie, J. (1959) Catalogue des Ostraca Figurés de Deir el Médineh, Vol. 4. Cairo, Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale du Caire. Werbrouck, M.