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Statue / head / pharaoh


Statue head in red granite of a pharaoh, probably Amenhotep III, broken off below the chin: Ancient Egyptian, Upper Egypt, Themes, Probably Kom el-Hettan, 18th Dynasty, c.1390-1352 BC

Museum reference



World Culture

Object name

Statue / head / pharaoh

Production information

Egypt, Northern Africa


18th Dynasty, New Kingdom, Ancient Egyptian

Style / Culture

Ancient Egyptian



Physical description

Granite, red

Collection place(s)

Egypt, Northern Africa




  • Ancient Egypt Rediscovered (08 Feb 2019)
    National Museum of Scotland

  • Egyptian Gallery, 2003 - 2008 (2003 - 2008)
    Royal Scottish Museum

  • Ancient Egypt (29 Jul 2011)
    National Museum of Scotland


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Ertman, Earl, 'Some Probable Representations of Ay' in L'Egyptologie en 1979: Axes prioritaires de recherches, vol. II, pp. 246[bottom]-246.

Ertman, Earl, 'Some Probable Representations of Ay' in Gottinger Miszellen 51 (1981), p. 54.

Sofia in (1983) in H. De Meulenaere, L. Limme (éd.), Artibus Aegypti. Studia in honorem Bernardi V. Bothmer a collegis amicis discipulis (Festschrift Bothmer), pp. 149-150.

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