|EAT 1 Coffin||-|
|EAT 1 Group||-|
|Current Location||Pelizaeus-Museum, Hildesheim|
|Rows||9 usually or 10 (varies between columns)|
|Pattern||Even though this table has few legible decans, those which are visible display some disorder.|
|Style||Similar to T2, T4, T9, and T12.|
Note 1: This schematic is shown in the conventional orientation with column 1 on the right. This table, uniquely among diagonal tables described to date, actually reads left to right (although some of the names, labels, and individual signs face in the opposite direction). For a fuller description, see Cockcroft & Symons (2013), available online here.
Note 2: The cell (2,DR), although unreadable, contains traces of blue paint rather than the red used for date labels, indicating that this cell, and possibly others in the date row, originally contained a decan name.
|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|
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Image: Courtesy of Pelizaeus-Museum, Hildesheim.
|3||sbSsn||15||Xry xpd srt||27||Xrt wart|
|4||xntt Hrt||16||tpy-a Axwy|
|5||xntt Xrt||17||imy-xt Axwy|
|6||Tms n xntt||18||Axwy|
|11||knm||23||Xry art||35||TmAt Hrt|
|12||smd srt||24||rmn Hry||36||TmAt Xrt|
|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|
The 'directional' features of this table make it unique. The whole table appears to be reflected through a vertical axis. The horizontal strip starts at the large red dot, as in other tables, but the hieroglyphs are facing away from the dot. The entries of hieroglyphs in the date row are also oppositely oriented.
In at least two occurrences, the date row contains ordinary decans so that this table either has 9 or 10 rows depending on which column is considered.
The vertical strip contains an ordinary decan at the bottom - which is also unique amongst diagonal star tables.