From: Egypt

Curatorial Section: Egyptian

Object Number E14307
Current Location Collections Storage
Provenience Egypt
Period New Kingdom (uncertain) | Modern (uncertain)
Date Made 1539 - 1292 BCE
Section Egyptian
Materials Bronze
Iconography Woman

Enthroned lady, queen, or goddess. Traditional tight fitting dress, wesekh collar & New Kingdom wig. Eyes and eyebrows were originally inlaid in gold. Faintly incised figures of deities on throne; at back: solar falcon above 2 Nile gods (Hapy) who bind together the plants of Upper and Lower Egypt; on either side: 2 winged deities facing each other. Remainder illegible.

Credit Line Purchased from H. Kevorkian, 1925

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