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Buhen: small finds, mainly New Kingdom (about 1550-1069 BC)

The fortress and the Horus temple at Buhen were rebuilt in the New Kingdom. The finds are typical for a settlement. There are many, often very broken, daily life objects. Wine labels are important for the understanding of wine production in the New Kingdom.

pottery disc
gaming piece (?)
clay plaque: king Amenhotep III
bowl fragment (?)
parts of a mirrors
UC 21256
UC 21097
UC 21495
UC 21121
UC 21393
UC 21394



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