Label K5 

X2Y (also known as X2Bas)

A batten now attached to S?3Mal is possibly a part of the same table

EAT 1 Coffin
EAT 1 Group
Major Publications

Lapp (1985) plates 19 (photo) and 39 (drawing)

Locher (1992), (1998)

Cockcroft & Symons (2014)

Owner RHw-r-Aw=sn, Nxti, and @nw-kA
Provenance Meir or Asyut
Current Location Private Collection


Date Row No 
Columns 14, probably 15 (see Notes below)
Pattern Orderly
Vertical Strip


Horizontal Strip Sahu, Meskhetiu, Nut, ...
Other Text Unknown
Style Unknown



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


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 Image: Courtesy of Günther Lapp.

Ordinary Decans
1 tpy-a knmt 9 bkAti 17 sSmw
2 knmt 10/C? sSpt 18 knm
3 Xry xpd n knmt 11 tpy-a xntt 19 tpy-a smd
4 HAt DAt 12 xntt Hrt 20 smd
5 pHwy DAt 13 xntt Xrt 21 srt
6 TmAt Hrt  14 Tms n xntt 22 sAwy srt
7 TmAt Xrt 15 spty xnwy    
8 wSAti 16 Hry-ib wiA    


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 1 tpy-a knmt is expected but not present because the first batten, containing column 1, is missing. The final batten containing, presumably, column 15 is also absent; however, it may have been attached to another coffin (Cockcroft & Symons, 2014). This star table was displayed in the 1980s but has since been unavailable.