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# 601
Daressy #: --
Owner: TT 389 Basa
Reasons: Inscription
TransliterationAsjr jt-nTr Hm mAA sStA Axt smA gbtj (gbtjwj?) jmj-js Hskw bA-sA mAa-xrw Asjr jt-nTr Hm mAA sStA Axt smA gbtj (gbtjwj?) [jmj-js] Hskw bA-sA mAa-xrw
Translation: Osiris, god's father, servant, one who sees the secret of the morning, stolist of Gebety (stolist of Koptos?), Imi-is, priest of Osiris, Basa justified. Osiris, god's father, servant, one who sees the secret of the morning, stolist of Gebety (stolist of Koptos?), Imi-is, priest of Osiris, Basa justified.
Date: 26th Dyn. (Saite Period)
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks
・The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 385, # 392, and # 602.
・See also 
01-289 in Davies's notebook, 05-043 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-029032, 066, 072, 079, 106, & 111 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_581_1.
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Davies_cone_581_2.
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Davies_cone_581_3.
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# 602
Daressy #: 258
Owner: TT 389 Basa
ReasonsInscription
TransliterationAsjr jt-nTr Hm mAA sStA Axt HAtj-a n njwt bA-sA mAa-xrw Asjr smA gbtj (gbtjwj?) jmj-js Hskw rx-nswt bA-sA mAa-xrw
Translation: Osiris, god's father, servant, one who sees the secret of the morning, mayor of the town, Basa justified. Osiris, stolist of Gebety (stolist of Koptos?), Imi-is, priest of Osiris, king's acquaintance, Basa justified.
Date: 26th Dyn. (Saite Period)
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks: 
・One example was found in the temple of Ramesses IV above TT 112 (
01-288 in Davies's notebook). Unknown examples were in the wadi of Dra Abul Naga (Ibid.). Unknown examples were in TT 48 (Ibid.). One example of this or # 468 was unearthed from TT 386 by DAI in 1963 (JE 91528. Register book owned by the Egyyptian Museum in Cairo).
The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 385, # 392, and # 601.
・See also 01-288 & 289 in Davies's notebook, 05-043 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-029, 032058061063, 066, 072, 079, 106, & 111 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_580_1.
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Davies_cone_580_2.
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Davies_cone_580_3.
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Davies_cone_unnumbered_1_2recto.
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University of Oxford.
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Davies_cone_unnumbered_1_2verso.
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# 603
Daressy #: --
Owner: TT 410 Mutirdis
ReasonsInscription and provenience
TransliterationAsjr rx-nswt mAa mrj=f mwt-jr-dj=s mAat-xrw Asjr wr mAw dwAt-nTr mwt-jr-dj=s mAat-xrw
Translation: Osiris, true king's acquaintance, his beloved, Mutirdis justified. Osiris, wermau, divine adoratress, Mutirdis justified.
Date: Psamtik I (Assmann 1977: 9).
Length: 16.1 cm (BM: EA 62791)
Colours: --
Remarks
・One example was found in TT 39 (? 01-292 in Davies's notebook). One example of this or # 468 was unearthed from TT 386 by DAI in 1963 (JE 91527. Register book owned by the Egyyptian Museum in Cairo). 38 examples were unearthed at the first court of TT 410 (Arnold and Settgast 1966 [MDAIK 21]: 83).
・The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 48, # 387, and # 608. Among them, # 48 and # 603 had found from the first (eastern) court of TT 410 while # 387 and # 608 from the second (western) one (Arnold and Settgast 1966 [MDAIK 21]: 83).
・See also 
05-060 and 061 in Macadam's DALEX file 1 and 06-063095, & 100 in his
DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_585_1.
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Davies_cone_585_2.
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Davies_cone_585_3.
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Davies_cone_585_4.
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# 604
Daressy #: 260
Owner: TT 34 Montuemhat
ReasonsInscription and provenience
TransliterationAsjr Hm-nTr 4 nw jmn mnTw-m-HAt mAa-xrw Asjr HAtj-a jmj-rA Smaw mnTw-m-HAt mAa-xrw
Translation: Osiris, fourth prophet of Amun, Montuemhat justified. Osiris, mayor, overseer of Upper Egypt, Montuemhat justified.
Date: 25th Dynasty Taharqa to 26th Dyn. Psamtik I.
Length: 21cm (Bosticco 1994 [Vicino Oriente 9]: 127); 21.5cm (KhM: 5747. Personal communication between Kento Zenihiro and Dr. Regina Hölzl at Kunsthistorisches Museum. 10th Mar. 2008), 22cm (NMI: L1030:74)
Colours: --
Remarks
・Unknown examples were found in (?) TT 341 (
01-290 in Davies's notebook). One example currently preserved in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 97.4.2was unearthed at Asasif or at Deir el BahariOne example was found in TT 103 (Ibid.). One example was unearthed from TT 27 (Bosticco 1994 [Vicino Oriente 9]: 127). One example was unearthed at Asasif (Budka 2010: 318, 740).
The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 409, # 410, # 411, # 418, # 419, # 420, # 449, # 460, # 461, # 472, # 473, # 485, # 486, and # 656/B.29.
・See als01-291 in Davies's notebook, 05-066 in Macadam's DALEX file 1 and 06-063, 068, 085, & 101 in
his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
Davies_cone_583_1recto.
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Davies_cone_583_1verso.
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Davies_cone_583_3.
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# 605
Daressy #: 261
Owner: Neta (tomb undiscovered, perhaps at Asasif or at Khokhah)
Reasons: --
TransliterationAsjr Hm-nTr tpj n aA-xpr-kA-ra m Xnmt-anx ntA Asjr sS Htp-nTr n pr jmn ntA
Translation: Osiris, first prophet of Thutmose I in the mortuary temple of Thutmose I, Neta. Osiris, scribe of the divine offering of the house of Amun, Neta.
Date: 18th Dyn. to R. II? (Cf. Winlock 1929 [JEA 15]: 68)
Length: --
Colours: Red (2.5YR5/6. Budka 2010: 740)
Remarks
・One example was unearthed from TT 39 (Davies 1923a: 62). One example was found in TT 2XX (Illegible. 
01-291 in Davies's notebook). One example currently preserved in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 15.10.5was found from the dumped soil at the court of the tomb 'MMA H 4'. Asasif or at Deir el BahariOne example was unearthed from Grab D (Seyfried 1990: 269). One example was found near TT 184 (Fábián 2007: 37). One example was unearthed at Asasif (Budka 2010: 318, 740).
・It is typical to read the name of the owner as 'ntA’ or 'n-tA’ (Wiedemann 1885: 143Daressy 1892: 330; Legrain 1907 [ASAE 8]: 261Ranke 1935 [PN 1]: 214; Davies & Macadam 1957: Index A and B; Seyfried 1990: 269; Vassilika 1993 [JEA 79]: 238; Pernigotti 1994: 28; Rocchi 2003: 41; Fábián 2007: 19; Budka 2010: 311). Howerver, having said that, such a case is exceedingly rare in ancient Egypt, and there are no similar cases. Kondo interpreted this 'dative n + name tA', translating it as 'for Ta' (Kondo 1993: 16 – 17). However, Egyptians always placed 'n' before 'Asjr'. Therefore, I would prefer to translate it as 'Neta ('He who has the land', with interpreting n(j) as the genitival adjective (nisbe))' which is more likely.
・See also 05-076 in Macadam's DALEX file 1 and 06-066, 072, 081, & 099 in his
DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_584_1.
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Davies_cone_584_2.
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Davies_cone_584_3.
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# 606
Daressy #: 268
Owner: ?
Reasons: --
Transliteration: Htp-dj-nswt [...] dj=f prt-r-xrw t Hnqt jHw Apdw [...] snt=f nbt pr nfr (?) [...]
Translation: An offering that the king gives to [...]. He shall give an invocation offering of bread, beer, cattle, fowl [...]. His wife, mistress of the house, Nefer (?) [...].
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks:
・See also 01-293 in Davies's notebook and 05-155 & 161 in Macadam's DALEX file 1.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_588_1recto.
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Davies_cone_588_1verso.
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Davies_cone_588_2recto.
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# 607
Daressy #: --
OwnerAanu (Tomb S 65 at Aniba)
Reasons: Inscription and provenience
TransliterationSms n Hm=f aA-nw mAa-xrw nbt pr snw mAat-xrw
Translation: Follwer of his majesty, Aanu justified, mistress of the house, Senu justified.
Date: --
Length: 22 cm (Marcks and Steindorff 1937: 61)
Colours: --
Remarks
・The owner ascribed is identical to that of # 599.
・Four examples were unearthed from his cenotaph at Aniba. # 599 was unearthed at Khokhah (
Marcks and Steindorff 1937: 187).
・See also 01-294 in Davies's notebook, 05-030 & 128 in Macadam's DALEX file 1 and 06-085106, & 111 in
his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_593_1.
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Davies_cone_593_2.
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Davies_cone_593_3.
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Davies_cone_593_4.
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# 608
Daressy #: --
Owner: TT 410 Mutirdis
ReasonsInscription and provenience
TransliterationHrj Smsw n dwAt-nTr mwt-jr-dj=s mwt=s Smst n dwAt-nTr Smt-snf
Translation: Chief of the followers of the divine adoratress, Mutirdis, her mother, follower of the divine adoratress, Shemetsenef.
Date: Psamtik I (Assmann 1977: 9).
Length: --
Colours7.5YR6/4 (Budka 2010: 740)
Remarks
・10 examples were unearthed at the second court of TT 410 (
Arnold and Settgast 1966 [MDAIK 21]: 83). One example was unearthed at Medinet Habu as well as # 245 (Teeter et al. 2003: 186). One example was unearthed at Asasif (Budka 2010: 318, 740).
・Some researchers insists that the owner of this cone is 'tA-KApwt' and 'Smt-m-xt=f' (Peterson 1986: 9; Teeter et al. 2003: 186; Budka 2010: 311.) but I read the name as above following the drawing by Assmann (1977) which is a clearer figure stamped on the rectangular face (Assmann 1977: 16; Cf. Graefe 1981: 95).
・The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 48, # 387, and # 603.
 Among them, # 48 and # 603 had found from the first (eastern) court of TT 410 while # 387 and # 608 from the second (western) one (Arnold and Settgast 1966 [MDAIK 21]: 83).
・See also 01-292 in Davies's notebook, 05-061 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-085 & 094 in h
is DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_586.
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# 609
Daressy #: 259
Owner: TT 196 Padihorresnet
ReasonsInscription and provenience
Transliterationjmj-rA pr wr dwAt-nTr pA-dj-Hr-rsnt dwA-nTr ra jmj-rA pr wr dwAt-nTr pA-dj-Hr-rsnt dwA-nTr ra
Translation: Chief steward, divine adoratress, Padihorresnet, adoring the divine Re. Chief steward, divine adoratress, Padihorresnet, adoring the divine Re.
Date: 26th Dyn. (Saite Period)
Length: 14.0 cm (BM: EA 9733)
Colours: --
Remarks
・One example was found by the Metropolitan Museum of Art near TT 103 (
01-290 in Davies's notebook). One example was found by Mond at the south of the court of TT 23 (Ibid.). One example was unearthed from TT 44 area (Collins 1976 [JEA 62]: 35). 25 examples were unearthed from TT 196 (Graefe 2003: Text p. 201; Taf. 111, Kat.494).
・The owner ascribed is identical to that of # 515.
・See also 05-054 & 055 in Macadam's DALEX file 1 and 06-049095, 104, & 111 in
his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_582_1.
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Davies_cone_582_2.
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Davies_cone_582_3.
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# 610
Daressy #: 256
Owner: TT 36 Ibi
ReasonsInscription and provenience
Transliterationrx-nswt mAa mrj=f jbj sA mry-nTr anx-Hr dwA-nTr ra jmj-rA pr wr dwAt-nTr jbj dwA-nTr ra
Translation: True king's acquaintance, his beloved, Ibi, son of the one beloved of the god, Ankhhor, adoring the divine Re. Chief steward, divine adoratress, Ibi, adoring the divine Re.
Date: 26th Dynasty Psamtik I
Length: 14.5 cm (KMKG -MRAH: E.3983), 17.8 cm – 22.5 cm (Graefe 2003: 201), 18.1 cm (BM: EA 9734), 20.3 cm (BM: EA 13873)
Colours: White face (BCM: AYBCM : 2003-91.7)
Remarks
・One example was unearthed from the of TT 194 (Seyfried 1995: 85). Six examples were unearthed from TT 196 (
Graefe 2003: Text p. 201; Taf. 111, Kat.496). Two exampes of # 450, # 451, # 641/B.14, # 642/B.15, and/or # 643/B.16 were unearthed from the tomb -49- and its environs (Redford 2006: 158). Two examples were unearthed at Asasif (Budka 2010: 318, 740).
・The owner ascribed is identical to those of # 450, # 451, # 641/B.14, # 642/B.15, and # 643/B.16.
・According to Lichtheim, Ibi is almost certainly the predecessor of TT 279 Pabasa who held cones # 92, # 468, # 469, and # 470 (Lichtheim 1948 [JNES (7(3))]: 165).
・See also 
01-288 in Davies's notebook, 05-008009, & 035 in Macadam's DALEX file 1, and 06-032049056, 063, 095, 101, & 111 in his DALEX file 2.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_579_1.
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Davies_cone_579_2.
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Davies_cone_579_3.
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Davies_cone_579_4.
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# 611
Daressy #: 296
Owner: Minmose (? Tomb undiscovered)
Reasons: --
TransliterationDd-mdw jmAxy xr=k Asjr Dd-mdw jmAxy xr=k jnpw mnw-ms (?)[...]
Translation: 'Revered one before you, Osiris', 'Revered one before you, Anubis', Minmose (?) [...].
Date: --
Length: --
Colours: --
Remarks:
・There is a brick type for this seal impression (01-295 in Davies's notebook).
・This seal impression might have been stamped only on the bricks, not on the cones. 
For more about the same type, visit here.
・See also 05-063 & 161 in Macadam's DALEX file 1.
Davies's MSS preserved in the Griffith Institute:
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Davies_cone_595_1recto.
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Davies_cone_595_1verso.
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Davies_cone_595_2.
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Davies_cone_595_2_detail.
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Davies_cone_595_3.
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Davies_cone_595_4.
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