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Block Statue of Nespaneferher
Block Statue of Nespaneferher

This statue depicts Nespaneferher with large almond-shaped eyes, a small nose, small lips and a shoulder length striped wig.

Statuette

Block Statuette of Iwfaa
Block Statuette of Iwfaa

The squatting statuette of a man called Iwfaa was placed in the temple to permit its owner to symbolically participate in temple offerings. His body is completely covered by a cloak and he wears a necklace bearing the face of the goddess Hathor.

Statuette

Bronze Statuette of Harpocrates Wearing The Atef Crown
Bronze Statuette of Harpocrates Wearing The Atef Crown

A naked statuette of Harpocrates, standing on an oblong base with his left leg forward. As in all of his statues, he is holding his right index finger in his mouth.

Statuette

Bronze Statuette of an Angel
Bronze Statuette of an Angel

This small bronze statuette depicts an angel with wings, standing and lifting his arms forward.

Statuette

Double Statuette of Amenhotep the Third with God Amun
Double Statuette of Amenhotep the Third with God Amun

Amenhotep the Third wears the Khepresh crown and holds the Heka scepter of kingship in his left hand. Behind him, Amun-Re places his hands on Amenhotep the Third's shoulders to show support.

Statuette

Fish on a Column
Fish on a Column

This piece portrays the goddess Hatmehit as a Lepidotus fish, a fish common to the Nile Delta. It is lying on a column and its tail is attached to the base.

Statuette

Group of Three Baboons
Group of Three Baboons

A group of three domesticated baboons are depicted sitting in various postures. The artist realistically conveys the characteristics of the animals through several imaginative and skillful techniques.

Statuette

Group of Two Baboons
Group of Two Baboons

This sculpture portrays a young baboon walking in front of its mother. It might have been part of a child's toy.

Statuette

Headless Statuette of a Woman
Headless Statuette of a Woman

The headless statuette of a woman reflects the start of blending the Egyptian and Hellenistic arts. The woman is standing in the traditional Egyptian style with her arms to her sides and her left foot striding forward.

Statuette

Ichneumon Statuette
Ichneumon Statuette

The statuette depicts an ichneumon, a type of mongoose, which is also referred to as the "Pharaoh's mouse". Many bronze statues of this animal have been found dating from the Late Period and the Ptolemaic Period.

Statuette

Kneeling Statue of Isis-Sereket
Kneeling Statue of Isis-Sereket

This statue represents Isis kneeling and holding on her lap a small figure of the mummy of Osiris on a rectangular tablet.

Statuette

Kneeling Statuette Holding Figure of God Min
Kneeling Statuette Holding Figure of God Min

This statuette depicts a man kneeling and holding in his hands a figure of Min, the god of fertility.

Statuette

Kneeling Statuette of Tuthmosis the Third Offering Two Nu Vases
Kneeling Statuette of Tuthmosis the Third Offering Two Nu Vases

This statuette depicts King Tuthmosis the Third kneeling in adoration and offering two Nu vases for libation before Amun-Re. His body is well modeled with defined muscles.

Statuette

Magical Statuette of Yuya
Magical Statuette of Yuya

The figure is inscribed with two vertical lines of hieroglyphic text from spell number 151 of the Book of the Dead. The statuette is made of cedar wood and is completely enveloped in a wrapping like a mummy. The figure wears a striped wig with long lappets hanging to the chest, and a long false beard curved at the end like the sacred beards of the gods or the dead. The ears are left free to hear the prayers.

Statuette

Part of a Statuette Representing Harpocrates
Part of a Statuette Representing Harpocrates

Part of a terracotta statuette of the god Harpocrates; depicts him as a small chubby child with the sun disc flanked by two lotus buds on his head.

Statuette

Prehistoric Statuette
Prehistoric Statuette

This prehistoric pottery statuette is grotesque representation of a naked woman. This kind of statuettes played the part of concubines for the deceased in his tomb.

Statuette

Seated Statue of God Amun-Re
Seated Statue of God Amun-Re

Amun-Re is portrayed seated with his left hand closed on his knee. His right hand is raised and must have held a scepter.

Statuette

Seated Statuette of Nekhbet
Seated Statuette of Nekhbet

Nekhbet is portrayed as a seated woman. She wears a tight-fitting dress and a crown consisting of a cone with a sun disk flanked by two plumes and horns.

Statuette

Seated Statuette of a Lioness-Headed Goddess
Seated Statuette of a Lioness-Headed Goddess

The statuette shows the goddess in the body of a woman with the head of a lioness.

Statuette

Seated Statuette of the God Anubis
Seated Statuette of the God Anubis

This statuette shows Anubis, the protector god of the underworld, in a seated position. His eyes are inlaid with silver or electrum.

Statuette

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