Location: On Display in the Ancient Egypt: Discovery to Display

From: Egypt | Thebes (Egypt)

Curatorial Section: Egyptian

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Object Number E2043
Current Location Ancient Egypt: Discovery to Display - On Display
Provenience Egypt | Thebes (Egypt)
Locus Ramesseum
Period Third Intermediate Period | Twenty-Second Dynasty
Date Made 945 - 712 BCE
Section Egyptian
Materials Wood | Pigment
Inscription Language Hieroglyphic

Round topped wooden stela belonging to the singer of Amun, Tasheryt. She stands on the right side of the stela wearing a long, sheer dress and has her hands raised in adoration to Re-Horakhty who is seated on the left. Re-Horakhty has a large solar disk on his head and he holds the crook and flail. Before him is a table piled with offerings. Six vertical columns of text above identify the god and the woman. In the lunette are a pair of wedjat eyes and the shen-symbol.

Height 24.8 cm
Width 19.2 cm
Depth 3.4 cm
Credit Line Distribution from the Egyptian Research Account, 1896
Other Number ES 2043 - Original Number

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