Architectural element, decorated block
Dimensions Width 40.0-43.0cm, Height 213.0cm, Depth 30.0-35.0cm
The hathoric pillar with four sides decorated. On the east side two registers were carved: in the upper one Thutmose III turned left and censing, in the lower one lion-headed goddess Mehyt turned left can be seen. On the south side, the queen before Hathor Lady of Turquoise is represented. The cartouche of Thutmose III was copied by the EEF, but the representation is a female one. T.E. Peet, A.H. Gardiner and J. Černý are uncertain if the cartouche had been copied correctly. On the west side, Thutmose III turned left and offering nw-vases was carved. On the north side again two registers can be seen: in the upper one the king(?) running for Hathor Lady of Turquoise, in the lower one the Scribe Nakht with the ḥtp-dj-nswt-formula were represented.
- ^ Peet, Gardiner, Černý, The Inscriptions of Sinai I, 157.
HistoryCopied by the EEF, not found in 1935.
- Peet Thomas Eric, Gardiner Alan H., Černý Jaroslav, The Inscriptions of Sinai I, Memoir of the Egypt Exploration Fund XXXVI, Oxford 1917, 156-157 , pl. LXII 
- Porter Bertha, Moss Rosalind L.B., Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Reliefs, and Paintings VII. Nubia, the Deserts, and Outside Egypt, 2nd ed., Oxford 1995, 353
- Petrie William Matthew Flinders, Researches in Sinai, New York 1906, 86-87, 105, figs 101-104, 111
- Petrie William Matthew Flinders, Egypt and Israel, London 1911, fig. 19 opposite p. 48
- Petrie William Matthew Flinders, Palestine and Israel. Historical Notes, London 1934, pl. XIV