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chamber (Serddb; Pl.D; p.cxliv), containing statues. On the E. Walt
(PL f) there are reliefs only to the left: Ti borne in a litter,
preceded by attendants carrying fans, boxes, and chairs. On the
W. Wall (from right to left): Ti and his wife (PL h) inspect the
Preparing meat for cooking.
fattening of geese and^the feeding of cranes (PL g); a poultry-yard
(PL i); Ti receiving the accounts of his officials, who stand in a
house supported by columns; Ti (upper part injured) superintend¬
ing the arrival of his Nile
boats, while herds of va¬
rious kind are driven to¬
wards him (PL k); false
door (PI. 1).
We pass through the
door in the corner, noti-
Fattening geese. Feeding cranes; the two men above
are preparing the food.
cing on each side three figures of Ti, represented as walking from
within, each time in a different costume. The door admits to a