Architectural element, decorated block
Pillar with four sides decorated. On the south side, the royal protocol is carved. On the west side in the lower part, the Scribe Nakht with adoration inscription directed to the goddess and in the upper part legs, most probably of the king, can be seen. On the north side in the lower part, the same official with the ḥtp-dj-nswt-formula and in the upper part, legs of running figure, most probably of the king, are represented. On the east side, two embracing female figures are carved, probably Hatshepsut before a goddess.
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