Lower part of the amphore made of well-fired, hard, white clay. Colour of clay: 2.5YR 8/2. Filled with mortar with finger prints in mortar suggesting that it was used as a mortar container for some time.
Found by the Polish-Egyptian Archaeological and Conservation Mission at the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari in the filling of the foundation under the entrance to the Room with a Window at the depth between 2 and 3.25 m from the first level of blocks of the wall.
- Szafrański, Zbigniew E., Pottery from the Time of Construction of the Hatshepsut Temple, Discussion in Egyptology 22, 1992, 54, 57, Fig(s). 7
- Daszkiewicz, Małgorzata, Jelitto, Jacek, Preliminary Report on Results of Thin-sections Analysis of Pottery from the Trial Trenches in the Hatshepsut Temple at Deir el-Bahari, Discussion in Egyptology 22, 1992, 61-62, 65, 71, 74-78