> I noticed a few of my links were goofed up. I've
> restored them and added a few more.
In further support of this in his mastaba
> we find numerous fragments of reliefs, one bearing
> the cartouche of Sneferu:
> ]Closer view.[/url]
> Another fragment (lower) looks like a royal
> standard which begs the question whose is it
> (Sneferu's maybe?):
> ]Closer view.
> You'll note to the right of the standard a palace
> facade building with rising pillars and domed roof
> typical of what is depicted on 4th Dynasty
Sorry, could you please clarify what you mean by [i]"in further support of"?[/i]
For example, do you consider the presence of the "Sneferu" cartouche to be evidence of anything being contemporaneous with a man named Sneferu? Is the cartouche part of a longer narrative that adds context to the cartouche?
Also, it's not clear to me what you consider those other fragments to be supporting. For example, is it evidence that supports the notion that the mastaba served as Ankh-haf's tomb at some point in time, or that it was originally built to be his tomb, or that it dates to the 3rd mllennium BC, or...?
[i]How can any of us ever [u]know[/u], when all we can do is [b]think[/b]?[/i]
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 13-Mar-17 19:16 by Origyptian.