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PUNT, LA XXVI DINASTIA E IL FRAMMENTO DI STATUA DEL MUSEO PUSHKIN I.1.B 1025
Egitto e Vicino Oriente
Vol. 19 (1996), pp. 41-49
Published by: Pisa University Press S.R.L.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24233303
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The inscription on the back pillar of a statue in the Pushkin Museum of Fine arts in Moscow [I.1.b 1025], published by S. Hodjash and O. Berlev in 1982, is here studied again. The fragmentary statue, found in the Delta, was dedicated by a Royal Messenger, whose name is lost, involved in military operations in the south and/or in the eastern desert. A new dating to the 26th Dynasty, in place of the ptolemaic one guessed by the former editors, is proposed and the autobiographic text is analised in the light of the foreign policy of the Saite Dynasty towards Punt and the Red Sea.
Egitto e Vicino Oriente © 1996 Pisa University Press S.R.L.