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 […]
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.