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# 21
Daressy #: --
Owner: TT 67 Hapuseneb
Reasons: Inscription and provenience
Transliterationjt-nTr tpj n jmn jmj-rA Hmw-nTr nw Smaw mHw Hpw-snb. Hm-nTr tpj n jmn jmj-rA kAt nbt nt nswt Hpw-snb mAa-xrw
Translation: First god's father of Amun, overseer of the prophets in Upper and Lower Egypt, Hapuseneb. First prophet of Amun, overseer of all works of the king, Hapuseneb justified.
Date: Hat. - T. III (Auenmüller 2013: 942).
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・One example was found below TT 71 (01-015 in Davies's notebook, 03-090 in Macadam's Red file). One example was found at TT 251 (01-015 in Davies's notebook, 03-090 in Macadam's Red file). Unearthed below the Wilkinson's house (TT 83. Mond 1905 [ASAE 6]: 91, 95). Three examples were unearthed at the court of TT 67 (
Collins 1976 [JEA 62]: 36).
・The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 517 and # 518.
・See also 05-105 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-032066068088102, & 109 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_015_1.
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Davies_cone_015_2.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_015_3.jpg
Davies_cone_015_3.
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# 22
Daressy #: 4
Owner: TT 200 Didu
ReasonsInscription (Cf. Champollion 1844: 527) and provenience
TransliterationwAaw n mry-jmn TAy-sryt n sAw n Hm=f jmj-rA xAst jmntt wAst Hrj-mDAw djdw mAa-xrw xr nTr aA nb tA Dsr
Translation: Captain of the (boat) 'Meryamun', standard-bearer of the regiment of his majesty, overseer of the desert lands to the west of Thebes, chief of the medjay, Didu, justified before the great god, lord of the sacred land.
Date: T. III - A. II (Champollion 1844: 528).
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・Four examples were found in TT 200 (01-005 in Davies's notebook, 03-101 in Macadam's Red file). One example was unearthed from TT 47 area (Kondo 2017, October 29).
・The boat 'Meryamun' also appears in the inscriptions on cones # 398 (Date: T. IV - A. III) and # 591 (Date: T.III - A. II). According the stela which was found by Mond at Qurna in 1924, Saaset, the owner of # 249, had a father named Hatmesha who was a Standard-bearer of the boat 'Meryamun' and Gaballa suggested that Hatmesha had served during the reign of Thutmose IV (Gaballa 1987 [ASAE 71]: 89-94).
・The owner ascribed is identical to that of # 4 and # 24.
・See also 05-149 in his DALEX file 1, and 06-039, 040, 058, 073, 092096097098, 099, 104, & 110 in his
DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_004_1.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_004_2.jpg
Davies_cone_004_2.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_004_3.jpg
Davies_cone_004_3.
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# 23
Daressy #: --
Owner: Qenamun (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
TransliterationwbA-nswt wab awj mH-jb mnx n nb tAwj Hsy [n] nTr-nfr qn-jmn Hmt=f mrt=f nbt pr jmn-Htp mAat-xrw
Translation: Cup-bearer of the king, pure of hands, devoted confidant of the lord of the Two Lands, praised one of the good god, Qenamun, his wife whom he loves, mistress of the house, Amunhotep justified.
Date: --
Length: 27cm (BM: EA 35692)
Colours: --
Remarks:
One example was unearthed at 'Areal E' in Dra Abul Naga (Kruck 2012: 143).
・Van Siclen suggested the owner to have been the one of a stelophorus statue unearthed at the temple of Khaemakhet built by Hatshepsut and Tuthmose III (cf. Barakat 1983). The temple is situated between the one of Thutmose III called Henketankh and the one of Ramesses IV at the foot of the Hatshepsut causeway. The statue owner Qenamun was a mayor of Memphis (Van Siclen 1991 [VA (7(2-3))]). Auenmüller followed this idea, suggesting his tomb to be 'Asasif/DAeN?', dating it to be 'T. III - A. II.' (Auenmüller 2013: 872).
・See also 01-013 in Davies's notebook, 03-092 in Macadam's Red file, and 06-044, 056, & 070 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_013_1.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_013_2.jpg
Davies_cone_013_2.
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# 24
Daressy #: 30
Owner: TT 200 Didu
Reasons: Inscription and provenience
TransliterationmH-jb n nb tAwj kf qn n mnfyt snDm jb m tA r-Dr=f n-aAt-n mrwt=f xr=f Hrj dydw mAa-xrw xr nTr aA
Translation: Confidant of the lord of the Two Lands, brave warrior of troops, one who rejoices in the entire land for his love before him, chief Didu, justified before the great god.
DateT. III - A. II (Champollion 1844: 528).
Length: 29.8cm (BM: EA 62803)
Colours: --
Remarks:
・30 examples were found in TT 200, also a brick (
01-007 in Davies's notebook, 03-099 in Macadam's Red file). Two examples were unearthed from TT 47 area (Kondo 2017, October 29).
・As for
kf qn, see
06-090 in Macadam's DALEX file 2.
・The owner ascribed is identical
to that of # 4 and # 22.
・See also
05-149 in his DALEX file 1, and 06-055, 056, 104, & 
110 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_006_1.
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Davies_cone_006_2.
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Davies_cone_006_3.
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Davies_cone_006_4.
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Davies_cone_006_5.
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Davies_cone_006_6.
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# 25
Daressy #: --
Owner: Hor (tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Asasif)
Reasons: --
TransliterationHm-nTr n jmn jrj-pat HAtj-a Hr mAa-xrw Hm-nTr n [wsr-mAat-ra-mry-jmn-]SSnq Hm-nTr n mnTw sS Sat n pr-aA Hr mAa-xrw
Translation: Prophet of Amun, hereditary noble, mayor, Hor justified, prophet of Sheshonq, prophet of Montu, secretary of the king, Hor justified.
Date: 22nd Dyn. Sheshonq IV (Cf. Kitchen 1986: 85-88).
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks:
・Several examples were found near TT 27 (01-010 in Davies's notebook, 03-096 in Macadam's Red file). One example was found at Ramesseum (01-010 in Davies's notebook, 03-096 in Macadam's Red file). Probably unknown examples were found at Asasif since this is said to have been offered for sale along with # 378 (01-010 in Davies's notebook, 03-096 in Macadam's Red file)
・The owner ascribed is identical to that of # 26.
・David Aston states as foll
ows: 'This Hor was one of the most influential and important men of his day (Bierbrier 1979: 75; Redford 1986: 6-10). In addition to a varied string of titles, he appears to have built a shrine, 'The House of Isis of the Great-Mound-of-the-God of Thebes', now identified with Temple J at Karnak (Redford 1986: 12) during the reign of Osorkon II, and lived on to act as a mentor to Pedubast I (Redford 1986: 8-9. Significantly, in view of the dating espoused for Takeloth II in this paper, contemporary monuments of Hor are dated only to the reigns of Osorkon II, Pedubast I and Sheshonq Meryamun. None are known for the supposedly intervening twenty-five year reign of Takeloth II! That the High Priest Takeloth F is shown on one of the walls of Temple J indicates that it was built towards the end of Osorkon II's reign.). At least one of Hor's statues, Cairo CG 42226 (Legrain 1914: 62-64; Jansen-Winkeln 1985 I: 136-149; II: 506-514.) is dated by the cartouches of Pedubast. Thus if Hor died during the reign of Pedubast it would seem somewhat odd that he should have his funerary cones inscribed with the name of Sheshonq III and not Pedubast . These cones, therefore, probably indicate that Hor outlived Pedubast (Redford's doubts (Redford 1986: I5) on this score are based on a chronology incompatible with that outlined in this article. If the reign of Sheshonq III immediately followed that of Osorkon II, the 25 years of Takeloth II do not count and should not be taken into account when estimating Hor's age at different points in his career.). If this is true they either date from Sheshonq III's Year 31 at the earliest (Pedubast ruling for a minimum 23 years) or to a successor of Pedubast - Kitchen's Sheshonq IV. If Sheshonq III is meant, then the two datable instances of the unusual Meryamun epithet would be at least 25 years apart (Years 6-31), but if they both refer to Sheshonq IV, then they are a maximum of six years apart (Year 6 being his highest known regnal date).' (Aston 1989 [JEA 75]: 152)
・See a
lso 06-061064, 065081, 084, & 111 in Macadam's DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_009_1.
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Davies_cone_009_2.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_009_3.jpg
Davies_cone_009_3.
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# 26
Daressy #: 77
Owner: Hor (tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Asasif)
Reasons: --
TransliterationHm-nTr n mnTw sS Sat n pr-aA Hr mAa-xrw Hm-nTr n wsr-mAat-ra-mry-jmn-SSnq Hm-nTr n jmn jrj-pat HAtj-a Hr mAa-xrw
Translation: Prophet of Montu, secretary of the king, Hor justified, prophet of Sheshonq IV, prophet of Amun, hereditary noble, mayor, Hor justified.
Date: 22nd Dyn. Sheshonq IV (Cf. Kitchen 1986: 85-88).
Length: 29.9 cm (BM: EA 18207)
Colours: --
Remarks
・The owner ascribed is identical to that of # 25.
・David Aston states as follows: 'This Hor was one of the most influential and important men of his day (Bierbrier 1979: 75; Redford 1986: 6-10). In addition to a varied string of titles, he appears to have built a shrine, 'The House of Isis of the Great-Mound-of-the-God of Thebes', now identified with Temple J at Karnak (Redford 1986: 12) during the reign of Osorkon II, and lived on to act as a mentor to Pedubast I (Redford 1986: 8-9. Significantly, in view of the dating espoused for Takeloth II in this paper, contemporary monuments of Hor are dated only to the reigns of Osorkon II, Pedubast I and Sheshonq Meryamun. None are known for the supposedly intervening twenty-five year reign of Takeloth II! That the High Priest Takeloth F is shown on one of the walls of Temple J indicates that it was built towards the end of Osorkon II's reign.). At least one of Hor's statues, Cairo CG 42226 (Legrain 1914: 62-64; Jansen-Winkeln 1985 I: 136-149; II: 506-514.) is dated by the cartouches of Pedubast. Thus if Hor died during the reign of Pedubast it would seem somewhat odd that he should have his funerary cones inscribed with the name of Sheshonq III and not Pedubast . These cones, therefore, probably indicate that Hor outlived Pedubast (Redford's doubts (Redford 1986: I5) on this score are based on a chronology incompatible with that outlined in this article. If the reign of Sheshonq III immediately followed that of Osorkon II, the 25 years of Takeloth II do not count and should not be taken into account when estimating Hor's age at different points in his career.). If this is true they either date from Sheshonq III's Year 31 at the earliest (Pedubast ruling for a minimum 23 years) or to a successor of Pedubast - Kitchen's Sheshonq IV. If Sheshonq III is meant, then the two datable instances of the unusual Meryamun epithet would be at least 25 years apart (Years 6-31), but if they both refer to Sheshonq IV, then they are a maximum of six years apart (Year 6 being his highest known regnal date).' (Aston 1989 [JEA 75]: 152)
・See also 01-011 in Davies's notebook, 03-095 in Macadam's Red file
, and 06-061064, 065, 081
, 084, & 111 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_010_1.
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Davies_cone_010_2.
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Davies_cone_010_3.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_010_4.jpg
Davies_cone_010_4.
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# 27
Daressy #: 6
Owner: Amunhotep
Reasons: --
TransliterationXrd n kAp wdn n jmn jmn-Htp jr.n Hm-nTr tpj n Hwt-Hr Hrj-tp wAst jmn-m-HAt mAa-xrw
Translation: Child of the kap, offerer for Amun, Amunhotep, born of the first prophet of Hathor, chief of Thebes, Amunemhat justified.
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: White (MFA Boston: 72.1780)
Remarks
・One example was unearthed at Dra Abul Naga (Gauthier 1908 [BIFAO 6]: 136).
・Newberry assigned this cone to the tomb named 'No. 65' by Wilkinson (Newberry MSS in the Griffith Institute).
・See also 01-009 in Davies's notebook, 03-097 in Macadam's Red file, 05-015 & 022 in his DALEX file 1, and 06-048066, 088, 089, & 090
 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_008_1.jpg
Davies_cone_008_1.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_008_2.jpg
Davies_cone_008_2.
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# 28
Daressy #: --
Owner: Djehutymose (tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Dra Abul Naga)
Reasons: --
TransliterationsS-nswt jmj-rA pr sSmw-Hb n jmn jmj-rA pr-HD n jmn mH-jb aA n nb tAwj [...] DHwtj-ms [...] snt=f mrt=f Smayt n jmn nbt pr ty
Translation: King's scribe, steward, festival leader of Amun, overseer of the treasury of Amun, great confidant of the lord of the Two Lands, [...], Djehutymose, [...], his wife whom he loved, musician of Amun, mistress of the house, Ty.
Date: A. III (? Eichler 2000: 328)
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks:
・Some examples were found by Fisher at Dra Abul Naga (Penn Museum's websiteAccording to the object register book entitled 'D. A. N. 1-1485' and register cards housed in the Penn Museum, Fisher found three, Nos. No. 443/29-86-650, 583/29-86-659, and 585. The first one was found at the court of TT 159 and the second one, at the court of TT 15).
Musées Royaux du Cinquantenaire à Bruxelles has a fragment of a statue of this owner (E. 4067. Speleers 1923: 38). A stela of him is in the British Museum (EA 170. Edwards 1939: 40-41, Pl. XV).
・See also 01-014 in Davies's notebook, 03-091 in Macadam's Red file
,
 05-143 & 150 in his DALEX file 1, and 06-049053, 056, 065, 081, & 085 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_014_1.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_014_2.jpg
Davies_cone_014_2.
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Copyright: Griffith Institute, University of Oxford.
# 29
Daressy #: --
Owner: Amunemhat (tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Asasif or at Khokhah)
Reasons: --
TransliterationsS-nswt wHmw-nswt TAy-xw n nswt jmj-rA st jmj-rA pr-HD jmj-rA aXnwtj jmn-m-HAt mAa-xrw xr nTr aA
Translation: King's scribe, king's herald, fan-bearer of the king, overseer of the storeroom, overseer of the treasury, chamberlain, Amunemhat, justified before the great god.
Date: --
Length: 21.3cm (KhM: A 2122)
Colours: --
Remarks
Two examples were unearthed from TT 39 (Davies 1923a: 62. Davies states, however, that four examples were found in TT 39 in his unpublished notebook. See 01-011 in Davies's notebook and 03-094 in Macadam's Red file). Several examples were found in the Khokhah valley (01-011 in Davies's notebook, 03-094 in Macadam's Red file). Each one example was unearthed at the entrance of the hall of the tomb -350-, at in the hall of the same tomb, from the shaft of the tomb -351-, and at 'Grab D' (Seyfried 1990: 181 - 183, 199, 269). Two examples were unearthed from Asasif (Budka 2010: 318, 735).
・The owner ascribed is identical to that of # 77.
・The owner of TT 48, Amunemhat (called Surer) is one of the candidates for the owner of this cone, since they were found near to his tomb and he was also both a king’s scribe and a fan-bearer (Säve-Söderbergh 1957: Pl. 30 - 68). Inscriptions in his tomb, however, have never attested that he was a 'wHmw-nswt (king’s herald)', 'jmj-rA st (overseer of the storeroom)', 'jmj-rA pr-HD (overseer of the treasury)' or 'jmj-rA aXnwtj (chamberlain)'.

・Museum August Kestner has a statue (inv. no. K. M. 1976.76) which seems to have belonged to our Amunemhat. The Amunemhat statue has titles '
sS-nswt jmj-rA st TAy-xw Sms nb=f r nmtt=f Hr xAswt rsjt mHwt' and Amunemhat's father's name, qn-jtm. Munro thinks it to be dated Thutmose III - Amunhotep II (Munro 1977 [GM 26]).
・See also
 05-016 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-040045046, 053, 078081, & 092 i
n his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_011_1.
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Davies_cone_011_2.
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Davies_cone_011_3.
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Davies_cone_011_4.
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# 30
Daressy #: --
Owner: Amunemhat (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
Transliterationxtmw-bjtj Hm-nTr 3 nw n jmn [...] n jmn jmn-[m]-HAt mAa xrw jr.n Hm-nTr 3 nw n jmn nfr ms.n [...] TwTj
Translation: Seal-bearer of the king of Lower Egypt, third prophet of Amun, [...] of Amun, Amun[em]het justified, born of the third prophet of Amun Nefer and [...] Tjutji.
Date: A. III (Speleers 1923: 60).
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・Father of the owner could be the owner of # 299 and # 322.
・Musées Royaux du Cinquantenaire à Bruxelles has a fragment of a statue of this owner, which is dated to the reign of Amunhotep II(E. 1103. Speleers 1923: 60). EMC has a Medinet Habu-found black granite shrine (Jd'E 59868) of Nefer. According to the inscription on it, His another title is jt-nTr 3-nw n jmn (third god's father) which almost equivalent to the Hm-nTr 3 nw n jmn. The same shrine informs us that Nefer's parents Tjutji and Taruiu. The name of his father and the one of his wife was the same (Gaballa 1970 [MDAIK 26]).
・See also 01-012 in Davies's notebook, 03-093 in Macadam's Red file, and 05-016086, & 146 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-068 & 082 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_012recto.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_012verso.JPG
Davies_cone_012verso.
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# 31
Daressy #: --
Owner: -62- Es
ReasonsFrom its inscription (Cf. Kampp 1996: 664 – 666).
TransliterationTAy sHtpy n Hm=f jmj-rA Snaw s mAa-xrw xr Asjr nTr nfr (According to Kento Zenihiro's observation of the register book of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. cf. inventory no. 8/7/20/29 in it)
Translation: Censer-bearer of his Majesty, overseer of the policemen, Es, justified before Osiris, the good god.
Date: Hat. – T. III
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
One example was unearthed from TT 297 (Strudwick 2003: 22). Nine examples were unearthed from TT 47 area (Kondo 2017, October 29).
・See also 01-017 in Davies's notebook, 03-088 in Macadam's Red file, 05-115 in his DALEX file 1, and 06-086 & 093 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_017_1.jpg
Davies_cone_017_1.
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Davies_cone_017_2.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_017_3.jpg
Davies_cone_017_3.
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# 32
Daressy #: --
Owner: [...]na (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
Transliteration: dwA ra wbn=f Htp [...] n kA n wab n jmn [...]nA wHm-anx [...] nbt pr Smayt n jmn mwt-Sw [...]
Translation: Praising Re rising and setting [...] for the ka of wab-priest of Amun, [...]na, one who lives again. [...] mistress of the house, musician of Amun, Mutshu[...].
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks:
・One example was found by Fisher at Dra Abul Naga (
01-030 in Davies's notebook, 03-072 in Macadam's Red file, and No. 1460 in 
the object register book entitled 'D. A. N. 1-1485' housed in the Penn Museum).
・Eichler read the owner's name Qenna (
Eichler 2000: 320). Davies and Macadam suggested to read the wife's name Mutemwia (01-030 in Davies's notebook, 03-072 in Macadam's Red file, 05-061 & 160 in his DALEX file 1). Davies also suggested to read Mutmerypu (01-030 in Davies's notebook).
・See also 06-041042, & 085 in Macadam'
s DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_031_1.jpg
Davies_cone_031_1.
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Davies_cone_031_2.
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Davies_cone_031_3.
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# 33
Daressy: # 51
Owner: W-4 (-127-) Amunhotep
Reasons: Inscription and provenience
TransliterationjmAxy xr Asjr jmn-Htp snt=f nbt pr bA mAa-xrw n Dt
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, Amunhotep, his wife, mistress of the house, Ba, justified forever.
Date: The 18th Dynasty
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・One example was found at Dra Abul Naga by Fisher in 1922 (
01-064 in Davies's notebook and 03-018 in Macadam's Red file. According to No. 1160 in the object register book entitled 'D. A. N. 1-1485' housed in the Penn Museum, it was found at Mandara where W-4 is located). One example was found at TT 334 in 1924 (01-064 in Davies's notebook and 03-018 in Macadam's Red file). 30 examples were unearthed from and near TT 333 (Ishibashi 2007: 95 – 96, 98 – 100, Pl. 13).
One brick is housed in the Medelhavsmuseet, Stockholm (MM 15445Peterson 1986: 8). Yet another one is held by Sue McGovern-Huffman (EC6134).
・See also 05-040 in Macadam's DALEX file 1.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_084_1.
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Davies_cone_084_2.
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Davies_cone_084_3.
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Davies_cone_084_4.
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Davies_cone_084_5.
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Davies_cone_084_6.
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# 34
Daressy #: 43
Owner: TT 84 Iamunedjeh
ReasonsInscription and provenience
TransliterationjmAxy xr Asjr jmj-rA rwyt wHmw-nswt jAm-nDH nb jmAx
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, overseer of the law court, king's herald Iamunedjeh, possessor of honour.
Date: T. III - A. II
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks:
・Some (or many?) examples were found in the 'Mond's magazine (= inner hall of TT 96. See Mond 1904 [ASAE 5]: 100)' (
01-059 in Davies's notebook, 03-026 in Macadam's Red file). 244 examples were unearthed at TT 84 (Gnirs et al. 1997 [MDAIK 53]: 72). Six examples were unearthed at TT 99 (
Strudwick and Strudwick 2016: 53).
・The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 281 and # 283
Whether our Iamunedjeh was also the owner of # 548 or not is unclear. Positive researchers may indicate that his name to have been too rare to find other Iamunedjehs. They can also argue that Iamunedjeh from TT 84 had sS-nswt and jmj-rA Snwtj titles (cf. Virey 1891: 340 and 352) that are similar to the two tiles inscribed on # 548. On the contrary, strictly speaking, the two titles are not the same with what the owner of TT 84 had and, added to this, # 548 has not been reported to have found near TT 84.
・See also 05-006 in Macadam's DALEX file 1
, and 06-045046, 061, 102
, & 109 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_077_1.
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Davies_cone_077_2.
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Davies_cone_077_3.
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Davies_cone_077_4.
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Gauthier 1919 [BIFAO 16]: 172.
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# 35
Daressy #: 63
Owner: Nedjem (tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Qurnet Murai)
Reasons: --
Transliteration: jmAxy xr Asjr jmj-rA xAswt jmj-rA nww n Hm=f nDm mAa-xrw xr nTr aA nb tA Dsrw
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, overseer of foreign lands, overseer of the hunters of his Majesty, Nedjem, justified before the great god, lord of the holy land.
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks:
・29 examples were unearthed around TT 274 (Gauthier 1919 [BIFAO 16]: 171 – 173).
・From the inscriptions and the location where it was discovered, the owner of this cone could be the same individual as that of # 193, # 232, # 361, and # 633/B.06. However, # 35 is different from the other four in terms of its inscriptional type and titles ascribed to owner so we had better not to assign this cone to -286-, the tomb to which the other four cones belonged, at this moment (Note that 
Vivó thinks that the owner of # 361 is different from that of 193, # 232 since it has never been found at -286- area and the king's name is not Thutmose II but Thutmose I. He also considers 633/B.06 to be the same as this 193. Personal communication between Kento Zenihiro and him. 10 Nov. 2012).
・See also 01-073 in Davies's notebook, 03-004 in Macadam's Red file, and 06-060, & 073 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_097.
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# 36
Daressy #: --
Owner: Itju (tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Khokhah)
Reasons:
Transliteration:jmAxy xr Asjr jmj-xnt jmj-rA pr-HD wab n jmn jTw mAa-xrw
TranslationRevered one before Osiris, chamberlain, overseer of the treasury, wab-priest of Amun, Itju justified.
Date: T. IV (Cf. Rocchi 2003: 42.)
Length: 18.9 x 19.6 x 6.5cm (BM: EA 35468).
Colours: Red face (Munsell: 10R 58) and grey body (Munsell: 10R 5/1. Naguib 1987 [BSÉG 11]: 78 – 79).
Remarks
Two or three examples were stored by Mond in TT 23 (01-076 in Davies's notebook, 04-114 in Macadam's Green file). One example was found in TT 41 (01-076 in Davies's notebook, 04-114 in Macadam's Green file). Two examples were found by Whittaker in TT 112 (01-076 in Davies's notebook, 04-114 in Macadam's Green file). One example was unearthed at Dra Abul Naga (Heyler 1959 [Kêmi 15]: 87 n. 2). 
One example was unearthed from TT 47 area (Kondo 2017, October 29)
EA 35468 housed in the British Museum is a brick.
・A statue of him is housed in the British Museum (EA 31. Edwards 1939 [BMHT 8]: 6, Pl. VII). According to the inscriptions on it, the wife was Henutweret and the son, Neferhebef. Neferhebef was highly certainly the same official who held # 54.
・See also 05-030 in his DALEX file 1 and 06-053 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_103.
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# 37
Daressy #: 61
Owner: Ty
Reasons: --
TransliterationjmAxy [xr] Asjr jrj-at n jmn ty mAa-xrw snt=f mrt=f nbt pr mry mAa-xrw nbt jmAx
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, keeper of the storeroom of Amun, Ty justified, his wife whom he loves, mistress of the house, Mery justified, possessor of honour.
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: Red coated (Myśliwiec 1987: 181).
Remarks:
・Unknown examples were unearthed at southern Dra Abul Naga (Northampton etc. 1908: 4, Pls. 2, 25. Exact location unknown. Cf. Delgado 2005 [BAEDE 15]: 92). One example was unearthed at the temple of Seti I at Qurna (
Myśliwiec
 1987: 181, Taf. XXXII.).
・Davies writes 'a brick seen' in his unpublished material but he does not mention the place he saw it (01-072 in Davies's notebook and 03-006 in Macadam's Red file).
・Kampp and Vivó have assigned this cone to the tomb -398- (Kampp 1996: 768; Vivó 2002: 27). Examining the only published picture closely, however, I cannot read the owner's title and name due to the photo quality (Cf. El-Bialy 1990: 97). Manniche, on the other hand, reads his name jtj (Manniche 1991: 90). The findspots are distant from -398- so it is not safe to assign this cone to that tomb at the present moment.
・A stela of a certain Ty with a lady named Mereret is preserved in the Archaeological Museum of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
 at Odessa (Inv. no. 52683. Berlev 1998: 46-47, Pl. 75) but we do not have enough proofs to equate our Ty with this Ty.
・See also 05-072 & 143 in his DALEX file 1, and 06-035 & 036 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_095.
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# 38
Daressy #: 111
Owner: Montu (tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Qurna)
Reasons: --
TransliterationjmAxy xr Asjr jrj-aA n jpy-wr mnTw mAa-xrw xr jmn dwA=f ra wbn=f
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, door-keeper of Ipy-ur, Montu, justified before Amun. He shall praise Re rising.
Date: --
Length: 19.3 cm (BM: EA 65165), 20.8 cm (BM: EA 65162)
Colours: --
Remarks
・60 examples were unearthed from TT 69 (Mond 1904 [ASAE 5]: 103). Stamped brick was / were unearthed from TT 39 (Davies 1923a: 62). 1 example was unearthed at the court of TT 68 (
Seyfried 1991: 93).
・See also 01-074 in Davies's notebook, 05-064065 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-036, 041, & 042 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_100.
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# 39
Daressy #: 58
Owner: Tahersechaenef (tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Dra Abul Naga)
Reasons: --
TransliterationjmAxy xr Asjr jrj bnrt n jmn tA-Hr-sTA-n=f mAa-xrw
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, keeper of the date wine of Amun, Tahersechaenef justified.
Date: --
Length: 14.1 cm (BM: EA 26567)
Colours: --
Remarks:
・One example was found in TT 11 (
01-069 in Davies's notebook and 03-010 in Macadam's Red file). One example was found by Whittaker in TT 112 (01-069 in Davies's notebook and 03-010 in Macadam's Red file. Note that according to Davies, this maybe the same example found in TT 11 mentioned previously)Unknown examples were unearthed at southern Dra Abul Naga (Northampton etc. 1908: 4, Pls. 2, 25. Exact location unknown. Cf. Delgado 2005 [BAEDE 15]: 92). Seven examples were unearthed from TT 11 – 12 area during the first five seasons of the Spanish-Egyptian mission (Galán and Borrego 2006 [Memnonia 17]: 205).
・The owner ascribed is identical to that of # 9.
・See also 05-142 in his DALEX file 1
, and 06-047048, & 051 in
his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_092_1.
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Davies_cone_092_2.
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# 40
Daressy #: --
Owner: Amunhotep (Huy)
Reasons: --
TransliterationjmAxy xr Asjr jrj-pat jmn-Htp jr.n sAb Hpw n km-wr mAa-xrw
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, hereditary noble, Amunhotep, born of sab, Hapu of Kem-ur justified.
Date: A. III
Length: c.a. 20 cm (CAA 1991: # 5434), 20.6 cm (Galerie Günter Puhze 2005: lot no. 192), 21.0 cm (Chappaz 1981 [BSÉG 5]: 86)
Colours: The surface is reddish and the core is dark (Teeter et al. 2003: 174).
Remarks
・One example was found by Nelson near the mortuary temple of the owner located on Medinet Habu (
01-079 in Davies's notebook, 04-108 in Macadam's Green file). Unknown examples were bought with other Amunhotep-Huy's cones # 10 and # 65 (01-079 in Davies's notebook, 04-108 in Macadam's Green file but note that Macadam points out that this may have not from Deir el-Medina but actually from Medinet Habu). Varille introduces a brick fragment with three stamps (Varille 1968: 104). Three examples were unearthed at Medinet Habu (One of them was stamped brick. Teeter et al. 2003: 174).
・The tomb of Amunhotep, son of Hapu (Huy) is popularly believed to be the tomb -396- because Bidoli reported that a local Qurnawi informed him that Amunhotep’s cones (exact type is not known. Either # 10, # 40, or # 65) were found around it (Bidoli 1970 [MDAIK 26]: 12). However, the tomb itself does not have inscriptions of his name and titles, and we do not know what types, how many, and exactly where the cones were found. Needless to say, reports from local people should not be accepted without careful scrutiny.
・The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 10, # 65, and # 622/A.11.
Km-wr was the name of 
the 10th nome in the Lower Egypt. The capital city was Hwt-Hrt-jb (today's Athribis) which is inscribed on # 65 and # 622/A.11.
・See also
05-021 & 103 in his DALEX file 1, and 06-061080, 100, &
 110 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_109_1.
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Davies_cone_109_2.
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Davies_cone_109_3.
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Davies_cone_109_4.
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Davies_cone_109_5.
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