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Fig. 3

Incised footprint on the roof of the temple of Khonsu at Karnak, dating to the Twenty-sixth Dynasty. Dimensions: 41 x 39 cm; length of footprints 24 cm. The accompanying text states that the graffito is intended to make the name of the graffitist “endure” (imi mn rn=i) in the temple of Khonsu for ever and ever. From Jacquet-Gordon, Graffiti on the Temple Roof, 2003, pl. 106.275. Image courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

Incised footprint on the roof of the temple of Khonsu at Karnak, dating to the Twenty-sixth Dynasty. Dimensions: 41 x 39 cm; length of footprints 24 cm. The accompanying text states that the graffito is intended to make the name of the graffitist “endure” (imi mn rn=i) in the temple of Khonsu for ever and ever. From Jacquet-Gordon, Graffiti on the Temple Roof, 2003, pl. 106.275. Image courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

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