Boning Rods (replica)

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(First drafted: 15 February 1996)
(Last revised: 21 September 2000)


Boning Rods

A tool for obtaining flat surface of a stone block as well as walls of the rock-cut tombs . A working scene is visible in the mural painting of the tomb of Rekhmire (TT [Theban Tomb] No. 100), and the traces are preserved in the royal tomb of Thutmusis IV of the Valley of the Kings (KV43).

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