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Wall Fragment

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Object Number:E3067
Current Location: Egypt (Mummies Gallery)
Currently On Display
Provenience: Egypt
Tell El-Rataba
Locus: Temple Facade
Period: New Kingdom
Nineteenth Dynasty
Date Made: 1292 - 1190 BC
Early Date: -1293
Late Date: -1189
Section:Egyptian
Materials:Limestone
Iconography:Ramesses II
Syrian
Triumph
Height: 125 cm
Length: 0 cm
Width: 187 cm
Credit Line:Gift of the American Exploration Society, 1906
Other Number:ES3067 - Original Number

Description

Temple facade wall fragment: Ramses II is depicted slaying an Asiatic enemy in this relief fragment. His missing right arm probably held a mace. The god Atum offers the sword of victory to the king in exchange for the ritual sacrifice of the captive.

Bibliography:

[Book] Petrie, William M. 1906. Hyksos & Israelite Cities.. London. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: P 29, Pl 29View Objects related to this Actual Citation

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