Relief of a king
New Kingdom, Dynasty 19
Findspot: Egypt, Tell Nabasha
Height x Width x Depth: 63.5 x 40 x 25 cm (25 x 15 3/4 x 9 13/16 in.) Legacy dimension: .500 W. .620 H.
Medium or Technique
Not On View
This fragment, executed in deep sunk relief, depicts the head and left upper torso of a Ramesside king facing right. He is wearing a broad collar and the blue crown with uraeus. There are traces of color in the crevices.
From Tell Nabasha. 1886: excavated by William Matthew Flinders Petrie for the Egypt Exploration Fund, assigned to the EEF by the Egyptian government; presented to the MFA at EEF fifth annual general meeting; sent over June 1, 1887.
(Accession date: June 1, 1887)
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