University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Object Number: E2049
Current Location: Collections storage
Provenience: Egypt
Thebes (Egypt)
Locus: Ramesseum; Originally from the Temple precinct of Mut at Karnak.
Period: New Kingdom
Eighteenth Dynasty
Date Made: 1390BC-1353BC
Early Date: -1390
Late Date: -1353
Height: 86cm
Width: 46cm
Depth: 48cm
Credit Line:Distribution from the Egyptian Research Account, 1896


Upper portion of a standing black granodiorite statue of the goddess Sekhmet, wearing a sheath dress, broad collar, long wig and sundisk with uraeus.

Current & Past Exhibitions:

Discovering the Past: Highlights from the University Museum (IBM) (20 Jun 1989 - 20 Aug 1989)View Objects in Exhibition
Searching for Ancient Egypt: (1997 - 1997)View Objects in Exhibition
Amarna: Ancient Egypt's Place in the Sun (12 Nov 2006)View Objects in Exhibition
Man and Animals: Living, Working and Changing Together (04 Oct 1984 - 30 Mar 1985)View Objects in Exhibition


[Book] Wegner, Josef W. & Wegner, Jennifer H. 2015. The Sphinx That Traveled To Philadelphia. 239. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 132/6.33View Objects related to this Actual Citation
[Book] Silverman, David P. 1997. Searching for Ancient Egypt: Art, Architecture and Artifacts from the University of Pennsylvania Museum. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 60-61/10View Objects related to this Actual Citation
[Book] The Artifacts of Ancient Egypt. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 74View Objects related to this Actual Citation
[Book] An Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Civilization. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 42View Objects related to this Actual Citation
[Book] Morton, Samuel G. 1849. Catalogue of Skulls of Man and the Inferior Animals. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 66View Objects related to this Actual Citation
[Book] Silverman, David P., et al. 2006. Akhenaten and Tutankhamun Revolution and Restoration. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 26-27, fig.20View Objects related to this Actual Citation

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