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# 241
Daressy #: --
Owner: Djehutynefer (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
TransliterationsS Hsb jHw n nswt jmj-rA sxt jmj-rA [...] DHwtj-nfr mAa-xrw
Translation: Scribe of accounts of cattle of the king, overseer of the fields, overseer of [...], Djehutynefer justified.
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks:
・One example was found by Jelf in TT 110 and another o
ne example was found by Whittaker in TT 112. These two, in fact, may have been one and the same example (01-111 in Davies's notebook and 04-047 in Macadam's Green file).
・Macadam suggests the owner to be that of tomb A. 6 (
04-047 in Macadam's Green file) but Gauthier who found a total of 71 examples of # 14 and # 397 (Gauthier 1908 [BIFAO 6]: 124-125), both of which belonged to the tomb A. 6, had never found our Djehutynefer's cone. Added to this, the find spots of this cone is not in Dra Abul Naga area as stated above.
・See also 05-151 & 152 in Macadam's DALEX file 1 and 06-031, & 080 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_169_1.
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Davies_cone_169_2.
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# 242
Daressy #: --
Owner: Senennetjer (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
TransliterationsS n xntj [...] sn-n-nTr [...]
Translation: Scribe of Khenti[...], Senennetjer [...].
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks:
Unknown examples were found at TT 32 (Kákosy 1994: 31).
・See also 01-119 in Davies's notebook, 04-031 in Macadam's Green file, 05-126 in his DALEX file 1, and 06-073, 081, & 110 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_184_2.jpg
Davies_cone_184_2.
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# 243
Daressy #: --
Owner: Miy (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
TransliterationsS Sat n njwt rsjt jmj-rA AHt [n] jmn my [...]
Translation: Secretary of the Southern City, overseer of the fields [of] Amun, Miy [...].
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks:
・See also 01-112 in Davies's notebook, 04-045 in Macadam's Green file, 05-060 in his DALEX file 1
, and 06-026, 060, 081, & 084 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_171_1.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_171_2recto.jpg
Davies_cone_171_2recto.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_171_2verso.jpg
Davies_cone_171_2verso.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_171_3recto.jpg
Davies_cone_171_3recto.
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Davies_cone_171_3verso.
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# 244
Daressy #: --
Owner: Amunhotep (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
TransliterationsS spAt jmj-rA AHt n mnTw jmn-Htp
Translation: Scribe of the nome, overseer of the fields of Montu, Amunhotep.
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・Unearthed during the Mond's excavation at Qurna and Khokhah (Mond 1905 [ASAE 6]: 92, 95). One example was found in the 
'Mond's magazine (= inner hall of TT 96. See Mond 1904 [ASAE 5]: 100)' and Davies took it to make a facsimile (01-116 in Davies's notebook and 04-037 in Macadam's Green file). The example(s) may have been the ones mentioned in the Mond's ASAE article.
・The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 237 and # 238.

・The statue EA 32182 preserved in the British Museum highly probably belonged to our Amunhotep because it has an inscription which says the owner Amunhotep was a 'Scribe of the district, Overseer of the two granaries, Overseer of the fields, with text mentioning Montu lord of Hermonthis' (PM VIII: 614) or, according to Budge, 'an overseer of the royal granaries and estates' (Budge 1922: 130 [83]).
・See also
05-022 in Macadam's DALEX file 1 and 06-026, 081, & 095 in his D
ALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_179_1.
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Davies_cone_179_2.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_179_3.jpg
Davies_cone_179_3.
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# 245
Daressy #: 75
Owner: TT 232 Minmontu (Senres)
Reasons: Provenience and situation (Cf. Polz 2009: 339).
Transliterationxtmw-bjtj Hm-nTr tpj n jmn mnw-mnTw Dd.n=f sn-rs mAa-xrw
Translation: Seal-bearer of the king of Lower Egypt, the first prophet of Amun Minmontu, called Senres, justified. 
Date: Iahmose - Amunhotep I (Polz 2007: 280).
Length: 31.0 cm (Kruck 2012: 41), 33 cm (Pellegrini 1902: 44), 36.0 cm (Kruck 2012: 41), 36.9 cm (Kruck 2012: 80 but see page 41).
ColoursThe face is white and red (Ibid.)
Remarks
・Unknown examples were unearthed at southern Dra Abul Naga (Northampton etc. 1908: 4, Pls. 2, 24. Exact location unknown. Cf. Delgado 2005 [BAEDE 15]: 92). Two examples were unearthed from TT 20 (
Davies 1913a: 5). One example was found below TT 143 (01-095 in Davies's notebook and 04-079 in Macadam's Green file). One example was unearthed at the 'west gate' of Medinet Habu (Teeter et al. 2003: 176). 235 examples were unearthed from and near TT 232 by 2009. Among them, three examples were bricks (Polz 2009: 338-339). Eight examples were unearthed from TT 11 – 12 area during the first five seasons of the Spanish-Egyptian mission (Galán and Borrego 2006 [Memnonia 17]: 206). 256 examples were unearthed at 'Areal H' in Dra Abul Naga (Kruck 2012: 80-81, 157).
・Our Minmontu was a 
contemporary of Djehuty, the owner of # 535, 536, and 537, who also was the first prophet of Amun and buried in a nearby tomb.
・See also 05-063 & 126 in Macadam's DALEX file 1 and 06-066, 082
, & 101 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_137_1.
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Davies_cone_137_2.
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Davies_cone_137_3.
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Davies_cone_137_4.
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# 246
Daressy #: 80
Owner: Kaemamun (tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Asasif or Dra Abul Naga)
Reasons: --
Transliterationxtmw-bjtj Hm-nTr 4 nw n jmn kA-m-jmn mAa-xrw
Translation: Seal-bearer of the king of Lower Egypt, fourth prophet of
Amun, Kaemamun justified.
DateA. II (de Buck 1957-1958 [JEOL 15]: 9).
Length: 19 cm (KMKG-MRAH: E.3989), 22.9 cm (von Droste zu Hülshoff and Schlick-Nolte 1984: 2291), 24.3 cm (BM: EA 62676), 24.7 cm (CAA 1991: # 3094)
Colours: White face and burnt coloured body (2.5YR 5/6 (BM: EA 62676)).
Remarks
・One example was found at Ramesseum (
01-098 in Davies's notebook and 04-074 in Macadam's Green file). Scattered from Asasif to Dra Abul Naga (Werbrouck 1958 [Cd’É 33]: 223). One example was unearthed from TT 29 (Tefnin & Bavay 2008 [ASAE 82]: 368).
・Davies wrote he may have seen a lintel of Kaemamun in a house near TT 39 (01-098 in Davies's notebook).
・There are two statues known to be of our Kaemamun
 and one of them, a statue group housed in Louvre (inv. no. 10.443), shows his second son who was the Aakheperreseneb (de Buck 1957-1958 [JEOL 15]).
・As de Buck states, it is interesting that the word 'Amen' in many of his items survived the reign of Akhenaten undamaged (de Buck 1957-1958 [JEOL 15]: 9-10).
・The Petrie Museum has a brick (UC37671).
・The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 228 and # 590.
・See also 05-135 in Macadam's DALEX file 1
 and 06-068, & 082 in
his DALEX file 2.
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# 247
Daressy #: --
Owner: TT 345 Amunhotep
ReasonsInscription
TransliterationSmayt n jmn rnAy wab jmn-Htp
Translation: Musician of Amun, Renay, wab-priest, Amunhotep.
Date: T. I – Hat.
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 95 and # 121.
・An elder brother of the owner of this cone is Neferhotep, the owner of 301, 302, and # 359 since he is seen in the wall of TT 345 as well as his wife Amunhotep (Lepsius 1849 – 1859 [LD Taf. III]: 9; Sethe 1906 [Urk IV: II]: 106).
・See also 01-114 in Davies's notebook, 04-042 in Macadam's Green file
, 05-021 & 100 in his DALEX file 1, and 06-041042, 085, & 105 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_174_1.
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Davies_cone_174_2.
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Davies_cone_174_3.
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Davies_cone_174_4.
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Davies_cone_174_5.
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Davies_cone_174_6.
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# 248
Daressy #: --
Owner: TT 94 Ramose (Aamy)
ReasonsInscription
TransliterationTAy-xw Hsy n nb tAwj wHmw-nswt aAmy
Translation: Fan-bearer, praised one of the lord of the Two Lands, king's herald, Aamy.
Date: T. III – A. II
Length: --
Colours: Original colour of the head seems to be red or brown (ROM: 993X2.54).
Remarks
・One example was found from TT 90 (
01-105 in Davies's notebook and 04-060 in Macadam's Green file). One example was found from TT 297 (01-105 in Davies's notebook and 04-060 in Macadam's Green file).
・The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 200 and # 591.
・See also
05-033 in Macadam's DALEX file 1 and 06-045046, 070, 092103, & 110 in h
is DALEX file 2.
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# 249
Daressy #: 87
Owner: Saaset (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
TransliterationTAy-sryt n wjA nswt xa-m-mAat sA-Ast mAa-xrw
Translation: Standard-bearer of the king's boat 'Khaemmaat', Saaset justified.
Date: A. III.
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・One example was found in TT 130 (
01-101 in Davies's notebook and 04-067 in Macadam's Green file).
・A
 stela of a certain Nebenkemet who was also a standard-bearer of the king's boat 'Khaemmaat' is dated to the reign of Amunhotep III (cf. Schulman 1962: 242; inv. no. E 11696 housed in the Oriental Institute, Chicago). Another stela for Meryptah, a standard-bearer of 'Khaemmaat', AE_INV_89 stored in the Kunsthistorisches Museum is also dated to the same period (Schulman 1963 [JARCE 2]). For other objects which mention the boat, see Jones 1988: 237.
・According to the stela (JE 49113 in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo) which was found by Mond at Qurna in 1924, Saaset's parents were a Standard-bearer of the boat 'Meryamun' Hatmesha and a mistress of a house Kaemniutes. Gaballa suggested that Hatmesha and Saaset had served during the reign of Thutmose IV and Amunhotep III respectively (Gaballa 1987 [ASAE 71]: 89-94)
・See also 05-117 in Macadam's DALEX file 1
 and 06-027028, 092, 096, &
098 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_149_1.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_149_2.jpg
Davies_cone_149_2.
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# 250=Non-existent
Daressy #: 94
Owner: Amun[...] (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
TransliterationdwA jmn Hm-nTr tpj n wab DHwtj [...] jmn-[...]
Translation: Praising Amun, first prophet of wab-priest of Thut, [...], Amun[...].
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・Helck reads: dwA jmn Hm-nTr tpj n DHwtj [...] jmn [...] 'Praising Amun, first prophet of Thut, [...], Amun[...]' (Helck 1959: 371).
・Macadam wrote in Davies notebook as follows: 'If it exists it was to be HP
DHwty of Lefebvre HP p. 226 = cones  504-6 (= # 535 - # 
537)' (01-146 in Davies's notebook).
・The existence of this cone is doubtful. The only source of this cone is 
01-146 in Davies's notebook in which Davies states Daressy claimed this cone to have been in the Louvre. J. Vivó, however, asked the museum if they had this cone and the answer was 'No' (Personal communication between Kento Zenihiro and him. 4 Jun. 2012).
・See also 05-149 & 158 in Macadam's DALEX file 1 and 06-041042, & 066 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_237.JPG
Davies_cone_237.
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# 251
Daressy #: --
Owner: [...]anu (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
Transliteration[...] jmn jmj-rA AHt n Hwt mn-xpr-ra [m pr-]jmn[...] [...]Anw mAa[-xrw]
Translation: [...] of Amun, overseer of the fields of the house of Thutmose III [in the house of] Amun, [...]anu, justified.
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・This was unearthed during the Mond's excavation at Qurna and Khokhah (Mond 1905 [ASAE 6]: 92, 95).
・Refer to Helck's study about the transliteration above. He states that the holders of this title were more abundant at the end of the 18th Dynasty than in the reign of Thutmose III (
Helck 1959: 371).
・See also 01-149 in Davies's notebook, 05-158 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-026 & 099 in his
DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_243.JPG
Davies_cone_243.
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# 252
Daressy #: --
Owner: Maa-a (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
TransliterationAsjr jnj-Sfnw n jmn mAa-a mAa-xrw
Translation: Osiris, bearer of the wood of Amun, Maa-a justified.
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・One example was unearthed at the court of TT 333 (Ishibashi 2007: 98, 100 – 101, Pl. 13).
・For clearer figure, see No. 51 in Ishibashi 2007 page 98.
・See also 01-115 in Davies's notebook, 04-040 in Macadam's Green file, and 05-059, 074, & 155 in his DALEX file 1.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_176_1recto.
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Davies_cone_176_1verso.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_176_2.jpg
Davies_cone_176_2.
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# 253
Daressy #: --
Owner: ? (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
Transliteration[...] pA rn[...]
Translation[...].
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・One example was found in TT 349 by Mond (01-113 in Davies's notebook and 04-044 in Macadam's Green file).
・Davies and Macadam read the name of the owner doubtfully pA-rn-nfr (
01-113 in Davies's notebook, 04-044 in Macadam's Green file, and 05-048 in his DALEX file 1).
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_172recto.JPG
Davies_cone_172recto.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_172verso.JPG
Davies_cone_172verso.
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Pellegrini 1902: Tav. III.
Griñó 1971: Lamina II.
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# 254
Daressy #: --
Owner: Nebseny (tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
TransliterationjmAxy xr Asjr jmj-rA pr n jmj-rA xtmt nb-sny
Translation: Revered one before Osiris, steward of the overseer of the seal, Nebseny.
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks:
・See also 
01-179 in Davies's notebook, 05-086 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-049 & 084 in his DALEX
file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_317_1.jpg
Davies_cone_317_1.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_317_2.jpg
Davies_cone_317_2.
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# 255
Daressy #: --
Owner: TT 150 Userhat
ReasonsInscription and provenience
Transliterationjmj-rA jHw n jmn wsr-HAt
TranslationOverseer of the cattle of Amun, Userhat.
Date: The end of the 18th Dynasty
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・Combined with # 256, 95 examples were unearthed at Dra Abul Naga (Gauthier 1908 [
BIFAO 6]: 131 – 132). Unknown examples of this and/or # 256 were found by Petrie near TT 18 (01-168 in Davies's notebook).
・According to Davies, a brick fragment of this cone or # 256 is there (
01-168 in Davies's notebook).
See also
05-038 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-031, & 068 
in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_285_2.jpg
Davies_cone_285_2.
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Davies_cone_285_3.
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Davies_cone_285_4.
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# 256
Daressy #: --
Owner: TT 150 Userhat
ReasonsInscription and provenience
Transliterationjmj-rA jHw n jmn wsr-HAt
Translation: Overseer of the cattle of Amun, Userhat.
Date: The end of the 18th Dynasty
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・Combined with # 255, 95 examples were unearthed at Dra Abul Naga (Gauthier 1908 [BIFAO 6]: 131 – 132).
 Unknown examples of this and/or # 255 were found by Petrie near TT 18 (01-168 in Davies's notebook).
・According to Davies, a brick fragment of this cone or # 255 is there (01-168 in Davies's notebook).
See also 01-168 in Davies's notebook, 05-038 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-031
, & 068 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_285_1.jpg
Davies_cone_285_1.
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Davies_cone_285_5.
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# 257
Daressy #: 147
Owner: TT 11 Djehuty
ReasonsInscription and provenience
Transliterationjmj-rA jHw n jmn HAtj-a DHwtj
Translation: Overseer of the cattle of Amun, mayor, Djehuty.
Date: Hat. – T. III
Length: 18 cm on average (Galán and Borrego 2006 [Memnonia 17]: 199).
Colours: 27 examples out of the findings of Spanish-Egyptian mission were white and 29 examples of them were red (Galán and Borrego 2006 [Memnonia 17]: 203).
Remarks
・Unknown examples were unearthed at southern Dra Abul Naga (
Northampton etc. 1908: 4, Pls. 2, 24. Exact location unknown. Cf. Delgado 2005 [BAEDE 15]: 92). One example was found in TT 161 (01-161 in Davies's notebook). 97 examples were unearthed from TT 11 – 12 area during the first five seasons of the Spanish-Egyptian mission (Galán and Borrego 2006 [Memnonia 17]: 204).
・The owner ascribed is identical to that of # 263.
・The owner possessed two exceedingly rare examples: a double-headed cone and a triple-headed one. The former, housed in the Hunterian Museum of University of Glasgow, has # 263 on the observer's left face and # 257 on the opposite; the latter, found first by Northampton etc. (
Northampton etc. 1908: 35) but re-discovered later by the Spanish-Egyptian mission, has # 257 on one of its faces. It is not known, however, which seal is stamped on the second and on the third face (Galán and Borrego 2006 [Memnonia 17]: 199).
Galán suggested that this cone would be inserted at the left half of the façade. This idea came from the two round-top stelae, each of which decorated right and left of the entrance to the inner part of the tomb respectively. As the right one has a civil character, a biographical inscription with a practical administrative theme, he thinks # 263 was related to right half while the left stela contains a rather religious text which made him to think # 257 would be related (Galán 2015: 184-185).
・Some examples has multiple concentric circles around the seal impression and others has flat rim (cf. a photo taken by the Project Djehuty.).
There is a statue of jmj-rA kAt jmj-rA pr-HD n mnTw DHwtj at the Musée Champollion (Dewachter 1986: 44-46) in Figeac. He may have been identical with our Djehuty because both shares name, titles, and date (Hatshepsut - Thutmose III) though the former has "...n mnTw" titles while the latter has "...n jmn" ones. If he is, Djehuty had a son named Montunakht, as inscribed on the statue, whose title was Xrj-Hbt Hrj-tp m pr mnTw (chief lector-priest in the house of Montu) and who probably had a cone # 357.
・See also 05-149 in Macadam's DALEX file 1 and 06-031063, 101, & 109 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_271.JPG
Davies_cone_271.
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# 258
Daressy #: --
Owner: ?
Reasons: --
Transliterationjmj-rA jHw n jmn [...] mAa-xrw
Translation: Overseer of the cattle of Amun, [...] justified.
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks:
See also 01-171 in Davies's notebook and 06-031 in Macadam's DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_294_1recto.jpg
Davies_cone_294_1recto.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_294_1verso.jpg
Davies_cone_294_1verso.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_294_2recto.jpg
Davies_cone_294_2recto.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_294_2verso.jpg
Davies_cone_294_2verso.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_294_3.jpg
Davies_cone_294_3.
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# 259
Daressy #: 138
Owner: Kaemre (Isy. Tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Asasif)
Reasons: --
Transliterationjmj-rA pr kA-m-ra Dd.n=f jsy
Translation: Steward Kaemre, called Isy.
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・Two examples were unearthed at Asasif (Hayes 1990: 35. MMA: 
13.180.49 and 13.180.50). Five examples were unearthed by Winlock at the foot of the causeway of Montuhotep (east of Asasif. Polz 2007: 151). Two examples above mentioned by Hayes could be from this excavation. One example was unearthed at TT 99 (Strudwick and Strudwick 2016: 53).
・Heyler sees the sign m in the first line as Aa 14 in Gardiner’s list (Heyler 1959 [Kêmi 15]: 89).
・This cone may be one of the earliest inscribed funerary cones since 
13.180.49 and 13.180.50 preserved in the Metropolitan Museum of Art have been found at the 17-18th Dynasty Cemetery at Asasif, and the latter at least measures 31.5cm. Relatively long cone such as this is typical to the period.
・See also 01-157 in Davies's notebook, 05-019 & 137 in Macadam'
s DALEX file 1.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_261_1.jpg
Davies_cone_261_1.
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Davies_cone_261_2
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_261_3.jpg
Davies_cone_261_3.
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# 260
Daressy #: 133
Owner: Bengy (tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Dra Abul Naga)
Reasons: --
Transliterationjmj-rA pr n Hnwt-m-pt bngy mAa-xrw
Translation: Steward of Henutempet, Bengy justified.
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
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). Three examples were unearthed at Dra Abul Naga (Heyler 1959 [Kêmi 15]: 87 n. 2). Three examples were unearthed near M.I.D.A.N.05 at Dra Abul Naga (Betrò 2013).
・Betrò thinks the tomb of Bengay to be somewhere at the central-northern part of Dra Abul Naga north (Betrò 2013).
・Some were stamped on a circular faces (e.g. BM: EA 62771) and others were on a more rectangular ones (e.g. PeM: UC37677, an image is on the website of the museum).
・It is possible that jmj-rA pr and aA n pr are more or less equivalent in meaning and in rank, which allows us to presume that the owners of # 260 and # 527 are one and the same person. If so, Henutempet might have been 'the noble of Mitanni' (see # 527 and 
van Dijk 1997: 33 – 34).
・ Helck insisted this text should be read: jmj-rA pr n Hnwt tAwj (
Helck 1959: 371 – 372). However, 'Henutempet' had been used as a female name from the Old Kingdom through the New Kingdom (Ranke 1935 [PN 1]: 243, Zusätze und Berichtungen Pl. XX VI). As Heyler who personally scrutinized this cone in the Musée des Arts décoratifs in Strasbourg did not challenge to read other than Hnwt-m-pt (Heyler 1959 [Kêmi 15]: 89), the insistence of Helck who shows no signs of observing in his own eyes lacks reliability. Actually, the coffin of Henutempet, spelled in exactly the same way as on this cone, was found in the Deir el-Bahri royal cache (TT 320), which lead van Dijk to suggest that Bengy was a steward of a woman connected with the royal family of the 18th Dynasty (van Dijk 1997: 35). On the other hand, Betrò thinks our Henutempet not to have been the same person as the one from the royal casche but to have been another Mitanni princess (Betrò 2013).
・See also 01-156 in Davies's notebook, 05-041 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-049 in
his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_259_1.jpg
Davies_cone_259_1.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_259_1_detail.JPG
Davies_cone_259_1_detail.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_259_2.jpg
Davies_cone_259_2.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_259_3.jpg
Davies_cone_259_3.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_259_4.jpg
Davies_cone_259_4.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_259_5.jpg
Davies_cone_259_5.
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http://1st.geocities.jp/kilikata/cone_figures/Davies_cone_259_6.jpg
Davies_cone_259_6.
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