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The column of inscription on the right shoulder includes a cartouche with the prenomen Ramesses II and reads: "Lord of the two Lands, User-maat-re Setepen-re".
8) It gives the prenomen of the ruler who constructed the monument as well as the name of the god to whom it was dedicated.
In contrast, the Athens/Nauplion/British fragments show - as far as they are preserved - an inscription on both sides that is identical in content (differing sometimes only in sign orientation), give both prenomen and nomen, and lack mention of a deity.
where nomen and prenomen face each other on both sides, a band of inscription around the edges (Weinstein 1973: 244-47).
naming Sety's father Ramesses I, wherein the nomen and prenomen are placed side by side but each oriented outward rather than inward (Stadelmann 1977);(10)
A cartouche-shaped plaque of Sety I from the art market where the ruler's prenomen is on one face (oriented right) and the name of his funerary temple at Gourna is on the other face (in two columns facing left; Egyptian Blue; 8 cm long);(11)
A small faience plaque naming Ramesses II from Aphek, possibly a model brick, with two columns on each face: a reference to a deity is in the leftmost columns (facing right), and the nomen and the prenomen are in the rightmost columns (facing left; Weinstein 1981: 19f.
2 Although no fragment gave both the prenomen and nomen of this ruler, I believe it likely that the names refer to him.
7 A simple cartouche with the king's prenomen is centered toward the top of the brick; a second brick was probably similar.
With nomen or prenomen present (rather than the names with an epithet or wish for life), and usually the size of a scarab - often pierced longitudinally - they are more like amulets than bricks.