Oven of King Ramesses II
Among the precious artifacts in the royal tomb of Psusennes I at Tanis, a bronze brazier, or oven, belonging to Ramesses II was found.
It might have been an important object deposited in a palace or a temple in the vicinity of Tanis, or at Thebes. It was taken to Tanis as a sacred artifact of Ramesses II, and as a token of veneration and respect for that great king.
The written text is a dedication by Ramesses II to the temple gods on the occasion of one of his Sed festivals. It could have been used for sacred preparations, in a temple. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. JE 85910