Part of a red sandstone statue holding offering tray. The offerings are depicted as flowers and a cup with burning incense. Marked in black ink ‘T.A. 31.32 511’, therefore from Amarna.
This was originally published by with W1400 by Kate Bosse-Griffiths in 1992 ‘Incense for the Aten’ In Luft, U (ed.) The Intellectual Heritage of Egypt: Studies Presented to László Kákosy by friends and colleagues on the occasion of his 60th Birthday, 77-79. The paper was later republished in JG Griffiths, ed., 2001 Amarna Studies.