Block with Hatshepsut and officials before Hathor
Architectural element, decorated block
Dimensions Width 61.0cm, Height 58.0cm
Block with representation of Hatshepsut followed by two officials, Sa-mut(?) and Wer-nef-nes, offering snṯr to Hathor Lady of Turquoise. The block is described on a EEF copy as "piece of cornice W. of pylon" and "of door before pylon?". The royal protocol above Hatshepsut is preserved.
HistoryCopied for EEF, not seen again in 1935.
- Peet Thomas Eric, Gardiner Alan H., Černý Jaroslav, The Inscriptions of Sinai I, Memoir of the Egypt Exploration Fund XXXVI, Oxford 1917, 151 , pl. LVI 
- Laboury Dimitri, How and Why Did Hatshepsut Invent the Image of Her Royal Power, in: José M. Galán, Betsy M. Bryan, Peter F. Dorman (eds.), Occasional Proceedings of the Theban Workshop. Creativity and Innovation in the Reign of Hatshepsut. Papers from the Theban Workshop 2010, Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 69, Chicago 2014, 72-73, fig. 5.19