The Sarcophagus of Anchnesraneferab, Queen of Ahmes II, King of Egypt, about BC 564-526. E. A. Wallis BUDGE.
The Sarcophagus of Anchnesraneferab, Queen of Ahmes II, King of Egypt, about BC 564-526
The Sarcophagus of Anchnesraneferab, Queen of Ahmes II, King of Egypt, about BC 564-526

The Sarcophagus of Anchnesraneferab, Queen of Ahmes II, King of Egypt, about BC 564-526

London, Whiting & Company, 1885.

Quarto, lvi, 134, [2] (advertisements) pages plus a frontispiece plate.

Original blue cloth stamped in gilt and black; all edges uncut; cloth a little marked, worn and bumped; spine sunned; flyleaves lacking; frontispiece and title leaf foxed, with some scattered light foxing elsewhere; front hinge cracked bur firm; a decent copy.

The sarcophagus of this princess and priestess (not Queen, and now usually referred to as Ankhnesneferibra) is held by the British Museum. The heiroglyphic inscriptions on the sarcophagus are given here, with interlinear transliteration and translation.

Item #73264

Price: $220.00

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