Label K10
Group/Type K
Siglum S2Mal
EAT 1 Coffin -
EAT 1 Group -
Major Publications Symons & Cockcroft (2013)
Owner @r-Htpw
Provenance Asyut
Current Location

Mallawi Antiquities Museum No. 567, formerly on public display.  After August 2013 looting, current status unknown.


Rows 9
Date Row Yes
Columns 19
Pattern The diagonal pattern is well-ordered.
Vertical Strip Nut
Horizontal Strip Meskhetiu, ...
Other Text None visible
Style Typical Asyut-style table with turquoise and black used for the hieroglyphs.  Background is prepared in light yellow or white plaster.



Note: Columns 3 and 17 are obscured by the stand on which the lid rests.  The beginnings of two decan names in column 3 are just visible.


Legend for Schematic
  Parts of the table that were never originally present when compared to an ideal table
  Parts of the table that are obscured; any legible fragments are consistent with the numbers shown


No images available for K10.


Ordinary Decans
1 tpy-a knmt 13 xntt Xrt  25 Axwy 
2 knmt 14 Tms n xntt 26 bAwy
3 Xry xpd n knmt 15 spty xnwy 27 xntw Hrw 
4 HAt DAt 16 Hry-ib wiA 28 xntw Xrw
5 pHwy DAt 17 sSmw    
6 TmAt Hrt  18 knm    
7 TmAt Xrt  19 tpy-a smd    
8 wSAti  20 smd     
9 bkAti  21 srt    
    22 sAwy srt    
11 tpy-a xntt 23 Xry xpd srt    
12 xntt Hrt 24 tpy-a Axwy     


Legend for Decans
  Decans that occur on this table
  Decans that do not occur on this table, but a space is left for them because they may have occurred on the ideal table
  Parts of the decan list that are missing owing to loss or damage



Decan 10 sSpt is not present; there are only two other tables that have this omission (K1 and K3). Decans 1 tpy-a knmt and 28 xntw Xrw are expected but not visible.

This is the only nine-row table known at present. The table's existence was noted by Zitman (2010) but details were unavailable until recently. Two months after the collation of data (Symons & Cockcroft, 2013) the Museum was looted and this coffin was either destroyed or moved to locked storage.