Label T7
Group/Type T
Siglum G1T *
EAT 1 Coffin 7
EAT 1 Group II 
Major Publications Neugebauer and Parker (1960), Pages 12-13, Plates 11-13
Owner Iqr
Provenance Near the mastaba of Perim, Gebelein
Current Location Egyptian Museum, Turin: S. 15744 /01 RCGE 47091 (on display) **


Rows 12
Date Row Yes 
Columns 36+3 
Pattern Mostly well-ordered, with some disturbance caused by the vertical strip at the beginning of the upper left-hand quadrant.
Vertical Strip Sopdet
Horizontal Strip

(R to L) Nut, Sahu, [Meskhetiu], [Sopdet], [smd rsy & smd mHty], nTr DA pt & rmn Hry, tpy-a spd & imy-xt spd, Axwy & imy-xt Axwy, [HAt xAw & pHwy xAw], xntt Hrt & xntt Xrt

No big red circle is present at the beginning of the offering formula.

Other Text None
Style The cells with decan names are the same width as the cells with stars.  Very similar to T6.



Note: the "x" represents a star symbol rather than a decan.


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


Click on the image below to view more images of T7.

Images taken by Sarah Symons in 2004.


Ordinary DecansTriangle Decans
1 wSAt bkAt 13 srt     A smd rsy
2 ipDs 14 sAwy srt 26 abwt B smd mHty
3 sbSsn 15 Xry xpd srt 27 Xrt wart C nTr DA pt
4 xntt Hrt 16 tpy-a Axwy 28 tpy-a spd D rmn Xry
5 xntt Xrt 17 imy-xt Axwy 29 spd E xAw 2
6 Tms n xntt 18 Axwy 30 knmt F tpy-a spd
7 qdty     31 sAwy knmt G imy-xt spd 
8 "xnwy" 20 qd 32 Xry xpd n knmt H Axwy
9 Hry-ib wiA 21 xAw 33 HAt xAw I xAw
10 "crew" 22 art 34 pHwy xAw J nTr DA pt
11 knm 23 Xry art 35 TmAt Hrt K pHwy sAbw
12 smd srt 24 rmn Hry 36 TmAt Xrt    


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



Like all other type T tables, this table lacks two ordinary decans (19 bAwy and 25 rmn Xry) in the main body and so has two occurences of the TmAt decans at the beginning of the beginning of the ordinary decans and just before the triangle. It also lacks the final triangle decan L sAbw.

* Symons (2015a): "There is some confusion over the coffin siglum for this table. Kahl (1993) has G2T throughout except on page 104 where it is designated G1T. However, both Willems (1988) and Zitman (2010) identify the coffin as G1T, belonging to the same owner as G2T."

** This catalogue number is directly from the Egyptian Museum, Turin, although we note that elsewhere it is also referenced as 15774. Neugebauer and Parker describe this coffin as "now perished" in EAT1, referencing de Buck (1935). However, it seems that Neugebauer and Parker mistakenly applied de Buck's G2T footnote ("Photographs only; the original has perished") to G1T instead. According to de Buck, G1T is the inner coffin and G2T is the side of the outer coffin - and both coffins belong to the same person and have the same provenance.