|Not yet assigned
|EAT 1 Coffin
|EAT 1 Group
|Dieleman (2014). For images, see this publication and here.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California; M.80.202.500
|? Only two columns are preserved.
|The diagonal pattern is well-ordered, although decan order is not standard.
(R to L) Meskhetiu, Sopdet
|Above and below the table are six vertical columns of text, which are not a part of the diagonal star table.
|Similar to K3 because of the decan sSmw and horizontal strip contents.
As this diagonal star table fragment occurs on a batten, its exact position with respect to the remainder of the table to which it would have been attached is uncertain. However, as the surface of the batten on which the table appears is convex, it is very likely the middle batten and therefore occurred somewhere in the middle of the table. The schematic below places decan 15 spty xnwy at the top of column 15, matching the notional ideal table.
|Parts of the table that were never originally present when compared to an ideal table
Click to enlarge the image of this batten (image reproduced with the kind permission of Los Angeles County Museum of Art):
|Xry xpd srt
|Decans that do not occur on this table, but a space is left for them because they may have occurred on the ideal table.