|EAT 1 Coffin||-|
|EAT 1 Group||-|
|Major Publications||Symons & Cockcroft (2013)|
Mallawi Antiquities Museum No. 567, formerly on public display. After August 2013 looting, current status unknown.
|Pattern||The diagonal pattern is well-ordered.|
|Horizontal Strip||Meskhetiu, ...|
|Other Text||None visible|
|Style||Typical Asyut-style table with turquoise and black used for the hieroglyphs. Background is prepared in light yellow or white plaster.|
Note: Columns 3 and 17 are obscured by the stand on which the lid rests. The beginnings of two decan names in column 3 are just visible.
|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|
No images available for K10.
|1||tpy-a knmt||13||xntt Xrt||25||Axwy|
|2||knmt||14||Tms n xntt||26||bAwy|
|3||Xry xpd n knmt||15||spty xnwy||27||xntw Hrw|
|4||HAt DAt||16||Hry-ib wiA||28||xntw Xrw|
|7||TmAt Xrt||19||tpy-a smd|
|11||tpy-a xntt||23||Xry xpd srt|
|12||xntt Hrt||24||tpy-a Axwy|
|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|
This is the only nine-row table known at present. The table's existence was noted by Zitman (2010) but details were unavailable until recently. Two months after the collation of data (Symons & Cockcroft, 2013) the Museum was looted and this coffin was either destroyed or moved to locked storage.