Greek Food Scene Analysis

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Fig (26): Cooking scene in tomb of Senedjemib Inti at Giza.

The right half of the register was divided horizontally into two Sub-registers. On the left of the lower one a cook facing left roasted a spitted bird over a low brazier, the coals of which were kept aglow by the action of the wicker fan in his right hand. To the right was a group consisting of two more herdsmen sitting face to face on the ground. The man on the left baked what was evidently a rounded loaf on a bed of coal and hot ashes in a brazier, and likewise kept the fire alight by fanning. The short label before his face read from right to left and is probably to be restored.
Tomb of Neferseshemptah at Saqqara (6th dynasty):
On the east wall of the 2nd room of the tomb of Neferseshemptah, there is preparation of cooking scene in the tomb of
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There is a figure occupied with the carcass of a goat that depicting hanging from tree branch is being skinned and behind, a man in semi-squatting position in front of a big pot upon fir.
Tomb of Shedu at Deshasheh (5th dynasty, T. 44):
There is a cooking scene on the opposite half of the façade, in the lower front (exactly on the base of the wall). The servants were cooking the funeral feast. Fig (36): Cooking and roasting, Tomb of Shedu at Deshasheh, North half of the lower front.
There are three men in sitting position; the 1st one to the right hand side putting the stich in the goose mouth upon the fire with his left hand and using the fan on his right hand and the middle one boiled something also, and maybe the 3rd one looks like the 1st on eat the right hand side.
Tomb of Mera at Deshasheh, 6th dynasty:
There is a cooking scene in this tomb, stood upright on edge by the coffin, leaning against it.

Fig (37.1): Painted wooden panel substituting for wall decoration, Tomb of Meri at Deshasheh, 6th

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