Simpson's translation (some variations with the others, q.v.):
"Osiris, lord of the sacred land. Hathor, mistress of [the West]. Giving praise to Osiris, Wen-nefer, ruler of eternity, divine king, lord of the lords, ruler of the living, that he may cause me to receive senu-cakes which come forth, [in] your [presence], my mouth being filled with sustenance of your [giving], May you flourish (?), vegetables (?) [.....], the servitor, Nebi-meni."
Lower section: "The Osiris [deceased] servitor of Amen, Si-Mut, vindicated [or "justified," i.e. deceased]; his mother, the chantress of Amen, Yepay, the vindicated. An offering which the king gives to Re-Horakhty, Osiris, first of the West, hathor, leader of [the Necropolis], and Anubis who is in Wet, that they may give [an invocation offering of bread, beer, cattle, and fowl], a cool libation, wine, milk (?), 'welcome (?) [in peace'...], the perfume of Kehbit which comes forth [from.......]. Take to yourself the cool libation [.....], pure [.....], [.......]."
J. Michael Padgett, "The collections of ancient art: the early years," in "An art nuseum for Princeton: the early years", special issue, Record of the Art Museum, Princeton University 55, no. 1/2, (1996): p. 107-124.
Selections from The Art Museum, Princeton University, (Princeton, NJ: The Art Museum, Princeton University, 1986).
William K. Simpson, "Varia Aegyptiaca in American collections", Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archa¨ologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 37 (1981)
Alan R. Schulman, "Some remarks on the military background of the Amarna period", Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 3 (1964): p. 51-69.
Ernest T. DeWald, Frances F. Jones, and Robert A. Koch, The Carl Otto von Kienbusch, Jr. memorial collection, (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, 1956).
Paintings by Lawrence and Gainsborough, George de Forest Brush, Homer D. Martin, Alexander H. Wyant and other artists: Chinese, Japanese, Persian, and Indian objects of art, arms and armor, ancient glass ...: property of the estate of the late George D. Pratt ... : public sale, January 15 and 16 at 2 p.m., (New York : American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, 1937).