Part of grey and pink granodiorite stela bearing priestly decree concerning Ptolemy V in three blocks of text: Hieroglyphic (14 lines), Demotic (32 lines) and Greek (54 lines). The inscription is a decree passed by a council of priests, one of a series that affirm the royal cult of the 13 year-old Ptolemy V on the first anniversary of his coronation.
Dating to 196 BC
Findspot: Fort Saint Julien, El-Rashid, Egypt
Length: 112.3 centimetres (max) Width: 75.7 centimetres Thickness: 28.4 centimetres
Model by Daniel Pett, 228 photographs taken with Nikon D5100, Sony A6000 and OnePlus3 mobile phone. This can be improved further with more photography in future.
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