Jill Waller is currently a graduate student in Egyptian Art and Archaeology in the department of Near Eastern Studies at Johns Hopkins. Her focus is funerary complexes of the Middle Kingdom period.

Puzzles, Priests, and Pyramidia

Puzzles, Priests, and Pyramidia: An Analysis of a Faience Pyramidion Fragment Object 3923 in the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum is a fragment of a faience pyramidion. What remains of a text identifies the owner as a priest of Amenhotep. The text flanked by figures of Maat. This seems like a simple object, and yet further […]