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Statue of King Senusert the First
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This small wooden statue of King Senusert the First was found in a private tomb. It consists of several pieces joined together with wooden pins.

The king wears the white Crown of Upper Egypt and holds in his left hand the Heka, crook-shaped scepter of the ruler, while his right hand might have held the Sekhem scepter, symbol of authority. His kilt is plastered and painted white.

Dimensions:  Height 56 cm  Length 26 cm  Width 11 cm

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