Thebes, tomb of the 17th Dynasty (?)
Painting found at one of the walls.
Petrie 1909: 10, pl. I (painting in a 'very large rock-pit in the mouth of the small valley at the north end of Drah abul Nega. This pit was about twenty feet (about 6.1 m) square, and had been painted'). Petrie dates the painting to the 17th Dynasty. The fragments are preserved in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
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