From: Egypt | Coptos

Curatorial Section: Egyptian

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Object Number E975
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Graeco-Roman | Ptolemaic (uncertain)
Provenience Egypt | Coptos
Locus Min Temple precinct
Period Graeco-Roman Period | Ptolemaic (uncertain) | Post-Ptolemaic (uncertain)
Date Made 50 BCE-25 CE
Section Egyptian
Materials Sandstone
Iconography Man | Priest

Standing statue of an anonymous offical who wears a short sleeved shirt, a wrap-around kilt and a fringed shawl. The official also wears a diadem of rosette shaped foral design. The back pillar rises to the neck. The sculpture is broken off at the ankles and the statue base is missing.

Height 147.32 cm
Width 38.1 cm
Depth 29.21 cm
Credit Line Petrie Exploration; subscription of Mr & Mrs. Charles H. Cramp, 1894
Other Number ES 975 - Original Number

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