Label K9 
Siglum S46X 
EAT 1 Coffin
EAT 1 Group
Major Publications Kahl et al. (2005);
Symons (2015a)
Owner Name Unknown
Provenance Asyut
Current Location Excavation storage (S 04/195)


Date Row
Pattern Unknown
Vertical Strip Unknown
Horizontal Strip Unknown 
Other Text Unknown
Style The tiny fragment shows a dark star symbol between two red lines, reminiscent of K4.




Image: Courtesy of Prof. Joachim Kahl (The Asyut Project).


Ordinary Decans
16 Hry-ib wiA 17 sSmw


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 fragment of diagonal star table contains only two decans. If we assume that the original table from which this fragment came is similar to the ideal K table, we can limit the number of possibilities for its original location to twelve; however, the original may have been much disordered.