Architectural element, decorated block
Pillar with two sides decorated. On the north side a column of inscription with the nomen of Hatshepsut can be seen, on the south side a standing figure of an official and an inscription mentioning offerings. Two remaining sides were most probably undecorated.
HistoryCopied by the EEF, still on site in 1935.
- Peet Thomas Eric, Gardiner Alan H., Černý Jaroslav, The Inscriptions of Sinai I, Memoir of the Egypt Exploration Fund XXXVI, Oxford 1917, 154 , pl. LVIII 
- 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, 354