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Statue / man


Statue in white limestone of a kneeling official wearing a long wig and pleated kilt (face damaged), presenting a statue of a young king wearing the Blue Crown: Ancient Egyptian, Deir el-Medina, Thebes, Upper Egypt, 19th Dynasty, c.1295-1186 BC

Museum reference



World Culture

Object name

Statue / man

Production information

Deir el-Medina, Upper Egypt, Egypt, Northern Africa


19th Dynasty, New Kingdom, Ancient Egyptian

Style / Culture

Ancient Egyptian



Physical description

White limestone

Collection place(s)

Egypt, Northern Africa


Rhind, Alexander Henry, 1833 - 1863


  • 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


Catalogue of the National Museum of Antiquities 1863, No. 1

Murray, M. A. 1900. Catalogue of Egyptian Antiquities in the National Museum of Antiquities Edinburgh p. 25 No. 432 (fig. on 26)

Aldred, C. 1955. Dynastic Egypt in the Royal Scottish Museum pl. 16

Vandier, J. 1964-1969. Manuel vol. 3, 668 pl. 156 [4]

Sourouzian, H. 2019. Recherches sur la statuaire royale de la XIXe dynastie, p. 830

Maitland, M. 2022. ‘The King and I: Commemorating the privilege of royal statue dedication in Ramesside Deir el-Medina’, Töpfer, S. et. al. (eds.), Deir El-Medina, Through the Kaleidoscope: Proceedings of the International Workshop Turin 8th-10th October 2018 (Turin: Museo Egizio), 158-180

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