Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Reliefs and Paintings

Objects of Provenance Not Known: Statues
by
Jaromir Malek, Diana Magee and Elizabeth Miles

Non-royal statues. NK: Man - block-statues to ancestral busts
801-643-020 to 801-647-430 (pages 598-633 of the printed version)
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Block-statues.

Stone.

801-643-020

Re R , Overseer of works in Upper and Lower Egypt, etc., with text mentioning Hathor mistress of Aphroditopolis, granodiorite, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 16.

Capart, Recueil ii, pl. lxxii (as granite); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 50-1 [001]; ii, Taf. 1 [a] (from Capart); Tzachou-Alexandri, O. The World of Egypt in the National Archaeological Museum (1995), 140 [xxxviii] fig. (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX). Text, Piehl in PSBA x (1887-8), 531-2 [2] (as basalt), cf. xi (1888-9), 77; Mallet in Rec Trav. xviii (1896), 9 [920] (as granite); Wilbour MSS. 2 H, 37 [bottom] - 38 [upper]; Gardiner Notebook, 61, p. 7 [upper] (as basalt).

801-643-030

Hori rwj, Great general of the Lord of the Two Lands, etc., son of Bekamun B3k-jmn, with naos of Osiris on front, probably temp. Ramesses III, in Avignon, Musée Calvet, 33.

Moret in Rec. Trav. xxxv (1913), 200 [xxxvii] pl. viii [3] (plate probably never published); Foissy-Aufrère, Égypte & Provence 60-1, 269 figs. 31a, b; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 52-3 [002]; ii, Taf. 1 [b-d]; Aufrère, Portes pour l'au-delà 144 [32] fig. on 189 (suggests from Abydos). Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. vii, 415 [289, 2]. See Girard, J. Le Musée d'Avignon. Musée Calvet. Sculpture et peinture (1931), 41; Le Nil et la société égyptienne No. 93.

801-643-031

Man (name lost), with Hathor-sistrum on front and text mentioning Amun-Re in Karnak, much effaced, probably temp. Ramesses II, in Avignon, Musée Calvet, 34.

Moret in Rec. Trav. xxxv (1913), 200-1 [xxxviii] pl. viii [4] (plate probably never published); Foissy-Aufrère, Égypte & Provence 55, 60, 269 fig. 32; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 54-5 [003]; ii, Taf. 2 [a, b]. See Girard, J. Le Musée d'Avignon. Musée Calvet. Sculpture et peinture (1931), 40.

801-643-032

Sedjemwau Sdm-w3w, Scribe of commands, with Hathor-sistrum on front, cartouche of Ramesses II and text mentioning Hathor, feet and front of base lost and restored, granodiorite, temp. Ramesses II, in Avignon, Musée Calvet, 35.

Foissy-Aufrère, Égypte & Provence 55, 269 fig. 29 (as granite); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 56-7 [004]; ii, Taf. 2 [c, d]; Clère, Les chauves d'Hathor 81-6 [B], 223 [B] pls. iv, v figs. 28-30. Text, Moret in Rec. Trav. xxxv (1913), 201-2 [xxxix] (as granite). See Girard, J. Le Musée d'Avignon. Musée Calvet. Sculpture et peinture (1931), 41.

801-643-033

Man, with remains of text but name lost, left and lower part lost, granodiorite, probably mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Avignon, Musée Calvet, 36.

Foissy-Aufrère, Égypte & Provence 61, 269 fig. 33 (as granite and Dyn. XXV-XXVI); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 58 [005]; ii, Taf. 3 [a, b].

801-643-050

Khaemweset -m-w3st, Head of works in the temple of Amun, Standard-bearer of the company of young troops, with text mentioning Amun-Re, schist, probably temp. Amenophis III, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.68.

Steindorff, Cat. 44 [121] pls. xxvi, cxiii (as soapstone); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 59 [006]; ii, Taf. 3 [c].

801-643-052

Rennebi-nesuankh(?) Rn-nb(.j)-nsw-n(?), small, sandstone, early Dyn. XVIII, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.341. (Allegedly from Upper Egypt.)

Steindorff, Cat. 44-5 [122] pl. xxvi; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 62 [008]; ii, Taf. 4 [a] (as probably temp. Amenophis I).

801-643-054

Sebknakht Sbk-nt, Steward of Amun, small, granodiorite, Dyn. XIX, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.354.

Steindorff, Cat. 45 [123] pl. xxvi (as granite and Dyn. XVIII); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 63 [009]; ii, Taf. 4 [b].

801-643-070

Bekenkhons B3k-n-nsw, First prophet of Amun, etc., son of Amenemopet Jmn-m-jpt, Overseer of recruits of the temple of Amun, with mention of deified Amenophis I, lower part, granodiorite, temp. Setnakht to Ramesses III, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2082.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 71-2 [015]; ii, Taf. 5 [d]. Text, Aeg. Inschr. ii, 79; Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. v, 398-9 [4]. Names and titles, Lieblein in Rev. Arch. N.S. xviii (1868), 280 [bottom]; id. Dict. No. 967. See Brugsch, Uebersichtliche Erklaerung (1850), 34 [2]; Ausf. Verz. 139 (as black granite); Engelbach in ASAE xl (1940), 513-14 (part of text) (as black granite); Vandier, Manuel iii, 647 (as black granite).

801-643-075

Ramesesnakht R -ms-s-ntw, Scribe of the marshalling of the army, with cartouches of Ramesses III, temp. Ramesses III, formerly in Berlin Museum, 2277 (now lost).

Text, Aeg. Inschr. ii, 72; Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. v, 394 [173]. Name and title, Lieblein, Dict. No. 987. See Brugsch, Uebersichtliche Erklaerung (1850), 40; Ausf. Verz. 139; Vandier, Manuel iii, 647; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 73-4 [016].

801-643-080

Sennufer Sn(.j)-nfr, Chief steward of the King, Overseer of prophets of Min lord of Ipu and of Ptah foremost of ( Tje)nent, First prophet of Amun in Khentnufer, etc., with sistrum of Bubastis mistress of Bubastis (Tell Basa), in relief on front, granodiorite, temp. Amenophis III, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 21595. (Probably from Tell Basa.)

Ägyptisches Museum 1823-1973 Abb. 45 (as black granite and 3rd Int. Period); Geßler-Löhr in Schmitz, B. and Eggebrecht, A. (eds.), Festschrift Jürgen von Beckerath (1990), 71-2 Taf. 5; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 80-1 [020]; ii, Taf. 6 [c]. Text, Aeg. Inschr. ii, 398 (as black granite). See Vandier, Manuel iii, 649 (as black granite); Führer (1961), 73 (as granite and 3rd Int. Period).

801-643-085

Yupa Jj(w)p(3), Steward, Overseer of works, Overseer of horses of the Lord of the Two Lands, etc., son of [Iurokhy Jwrjj], face destroyed, with naos of Osiris on front, sandstone, temp. Ramesses II, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 24022.

Wenig in Forschungen und Berichte 8 (1967), 95-8 Taf. 33 [1], 34-6; Luft, Drei Jahrtausende Ägyptische Kunst. Ausstellung ... Kunsthalle Rostock [Feb.-May 1971], 11th Abb.; Gudar ... Göteborg No. 331 pl. 25; Konstmuseet i Alteneum Helsingfors. Det eviga Egypten. Aegyptus aeterna (1973), No. 165 fig. 11; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 82 [021]; ii, Taf. 6 [d]. Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 197 [4]. See Budapest. Äg. Kunst No. 67.

801-643-090

Amenemopet Jmn-m-jpt, Overseer of necropolis-workers in Memphis, with text which mentions the Aten, Hathor, [Ptah-Sokari-]Osiris lord of Shetyt, etc., temp. Amenophis IV (early), in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 4/65. (Probably from Memphis.)

Kaiser, Äg. Mus. Berlin (1967), 70 [765] Abb.; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 83-4 [022]; ii, Taf. 7 [a-d]. See Ägyptische Kunst aus der Zeit des Königs Echnaton (Hamburg, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, 14. Mai - 27. Juni 1965), Kat. No. 26.

801-643-100

Metji Mtj, Overseer of craftsmen(?) of [Amun], etc., headless, dedicated by son Itefnufer Jt.f-nfr, probably temp. Amenophis III, in Birmingham, City Museum and Art Gallery, 243.33.

Ruffle in JEA 53 (1967), 44-5 [3] pl. vii [1].

801-643-110

Ahautinufer 3wtjj-nfr, Scribe of the altar of the Lord of the Two Lands, with text mentioning Harsaphes lord of Heracleopolis Magna, etc., and cartouches of Merneptah, temp. Merneptah, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1810. (Probably from Ihnâsya el-Medîna.)

Curto, L'Egitto antico 75 [34] Tav. 23; id. in Pelagio Palagi, artista e collezionista (Bologna, Museo Civico, April-June 1976), No. 474 fig.; Pernigotti, Statuaria 47-9 [16] Tav. xi, xii, lviii-lxi; id. in Morigi Govi, C. and Vitali, D. Il Museo Civico Archeologico di Bologna (1982), 131 [F] fig.; id. La collezione egiziana 80 fig.; M. P. C[esaretti] in Il senso dell'arte No. 86 fig.; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 85-6 [023]; ii, Taf. 8 [a]; Morigi Govi, C. and Tovoli, S. (eds.), In visita alla ... Collezione egiziana fig. on 28th p. [lower right]. Text, Piehl, Inscr. hiéro. 1 Sér. xxxv-xxxvi [C]; Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iv, 121 [1]. See *Nizzoli, G. Catalogo dettagliato [etc.] (1827), 18 [3]; Kminek-Szedlo, Cat. 148-9 (some text); Vandier, Manuel iii, 649; Pernigotti in Morigi Govi, C. and Sassatelli, G. Dalla Stanza delle Antichità al Museo Civico 200 [91].

801-643-120

Minmosi Mnw-ms, First prophet of Onuris, etc., son of Hor rw (elsewhere Hori rwj), First prophet of Onuris, etc., with cartouche of Ramesses II, granodiorite, temp. Ramesses II, in Brighton, Art Gallery and Museum, Af.202.

Weigall in PSBA xxiii (1901), 13-15 fig. (as black granite); Clère in JEA 54 (1968), 135-8, 142-5 pl. xxi, fig. 1 (as black granite); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 94 [028]; ii, Taf. 8 [c] (from Clère). Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 471 [2]. Names and titles, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xxxii (1910), 30 [24].

801-643-130

Yuyu Jjwjjw, First prophet of Osiris, son of Ty Tjj, Songstress of Isis, lower part lost, black granite, temp. Ramesses II to Merneptah, in Brooklyn Museum, 16.580.149.

Text, Wilbour MSS. 2 M, 25. Names and titles, Lieblein, Dict. Suppl. No. 2538.

801-643-140

Paheripedjet P3-rj-pdt, Steward of the Lord of the Two Lands (headless), holding naos with ram-headed god, and lion-headed goddesses Buto and (Nehem)awat in relief on sides, and with cartouche of a Ramesses (probably II) and texts mentioning Harsaphes and Hathor in Heracleopolis Magna, sandstone, probably temp. Ramesses II, in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.8063. (Probably from Ihnâsya el-Medîna.)

De Wit in MDAIK 25 (1969), 220-2 Taf. x, xi fig. 1; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 113 [041]; ii, Taf. 17 [a, b]. Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 181 [103]. See Lefebvre, F. and Van Rinsveld, B. L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes 128.

801-643-150

Ankh-ptah n-pt , Butler of the greatest of the directors of craftsmen Ptahmosi Pt-ms (Saqqâra tb. Bibl. iii2.712-13), Head of singers of the temple of Ptah, quartzite, temp. Amenophis III, in Budapest, Szépmvészeti Múzeum, 51.2164. (Probably from Memphis.)

Oroszlán, Z. and Dobrovits, Az Egyiptomi gyüjtemény. Vezet (1939), 36-7 [51] pl. 6; Varga and Wessetzky, Egyiptomi kiállítás. Vezetö (1955), 18 pl. xi [1]; (1961), 26 pl. xviii [1]; Varga, Egyiptomi kiállítás (1976), 42 fig. 24; László, P. in Bull. Mus. Hongrois 56-7 (1981), 3-16 figs.; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 114-15 [042]; ii, Taf. 18 [b]. Name and titles, Cramer in ZÄS 72 (1936), 91 n. 3; Maystre, C. Les Grands prêtres de Ptah de Memphis 268 [59] (from Cramer).

801-643-160

Man, headless and much damaged, inscribed, with woman represented on back pillar, grey granite, New Kingdom, in Cairo Mus. CG 524.

See Borchardt, Statuen ii, 80-1 (text) (as probably Middle Kingdom); Vandier, Manuel iii, 590 (as Middle Kingdom); Bothmer in Brooklyn Mus. Bull. ii-iii (1960-2), 27; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 164 [079] (as granodiorite).

801-643-162

Piay Pjj3jj, Scribe of items sealed in complete confidence, etc., son of Esi 3st (mother), with Ptah and names of Ramesses II on pectoral, temp. Ramesses II, in Cairo Mus. CG 553. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

Borchardt, Statuen ii, 100 Bl. 92 (text); Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 456; el-Damaty, M. M. in MDAIK 46 (1990), 7-8 Taf. 7 [d]; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 169-70 [082]; ii, Taf. 39 [a, c]. Text, Daressy in Rec. Trav. xiv (1893), 169 [lviii]; Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 417-18 [xix.3], 495 [2]. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 654.

801-643-164

Yupa Jjwp3, Steward in the Ramesseum in the domain of Amun, etc., face lost, cartouches of Ramesses II, with Ptah, Sekhmet, Thoth and Nehemawat in relief on front, in Cairo Mus. CG 567. (Probably from Memphis.)

Borchardt, Statuen ii, 117-18 Bl. 96 (text); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 176-7 [086]; ii, Taf. 41 [a-c]. Text, de Rougé, Inscr. hiéro. pl. xxxi; Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 195-6 [109, 1]. Text of deities, Brugsch, Thes. 960 [bottom]. Text corrections, Ruffle and Kitchen in Ruffle et al. (eds.), Glimpses of Ancient Egypt. Studies in Honour of H. W. Fairman 59 [10]. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 655.

801-643-165

Hesyneteref sjj-ntr.f , Overseer of the royal apartments, etc., with text mentioning Amun lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, base lost, black granite, Dyn. XIX, in Cairo Mus. CG 569.

See Borchardt, Statuen ii, 118-19 (text); Vandier, Manuel iii, 655; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 180 [088] (as granodiorite).

801-643-167

Man, probably temp. Ramesses II, with added texts of an Overseer of the treasury of the Lord of the Two Lands, Overseer of the mansions of gold of Amun, Mut and Khons, etc., cartouches of Psusennes I, and text mentioning Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, foremost of Karnak, base and front lost, diorite, in Cairo Mus. CG 626.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 193-4 [095]; ii, Taf. 47 [a-d] (as gneiss). See Borchardt, Statuen ii, 172-3 (text).

801-643-169

Sebknakht Sbk-nt , Steward of Amun, etc., with text mentioning Hathor mistress of Crocodilopolis (Gebelein), diorite, Dyn. XIX, in Cairo Mus. CG 707.

Borchardt, Statuen iii, 47 Bl. 131; el-Sayed in BIFAO 85 (1985), 182-5 pls. xxxi, xxxii (as probably from Karnak); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 201 [099]; ii, Taf. 50 [a, b] (as from el-Sayed). See Vandier, Manuel iii, 656.

801-643-171

Neferibdjet Nfr-jb(.j)-dt Au 3w (headless), dedicated by son Kaka K3k3, Scribe, with text mentioning Amun-Re and Ptah-Sokari-Osiris, black granite, probably 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo Mus. CG 856 (JE 27950).

See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 123 (text); Vandier, Manuel iii, 658; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 207 [103].

801-643-173

Name lost, with text mentioning Isis, much damaged, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo Mus. CG 860.

See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 125 (text) (as woman); Vandier, Manuel iii, 658 (as possibly woman); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 208 [104] (as temp. Amenophis II to Tuthmosis IV).

801-643-175

A[menemopet] J[mn-m-jpt], Greatest of the seers, etc., head and base lost, holding naos with Horus and Isis, with cartouche of Ramesses II and text mentioning Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, black granite, in Cairo Mus. CG 898.

Borchardt, Statuen iii, 143-4 Bl. 156 (text); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 212 [107]; ii, Taf. 52 [c] (as granodiorite). Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 442 [200, xx.2, 1].

801-643-177

A Royal butler clean of hands, etc., head and base with feet lost, with text mentioning Horus of Nekhen, etc., granite, New Kingdom, in Cairo Mus. CG 906.

See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 147 (text); Vandier, Manuel iii, 658; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 213 [108] (as granodiorite).

801-643-178

Man, left half without head and base with feet, with text mentioning [Khon]sem-weset, New Kingdom, in Cairo Mus. CG 907.

See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 148 (text); Vandier, Manuel iii, 658; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 214 [109].

801-643-180

Naos with figure of goddess (Mut?) and parts of legs of man, remains of text, sandstone, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cairo Mus. CG 936.

See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 164 (text); Vandier, Manuel iii, 659; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 221 [116].

801-643-182

A Prophet, head and part of left side, remains of text, probably Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo Mus. CG 1091.

See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 52 (text); Vandier, Manuel iii, 660; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 227 [121].

801-643-184

Irsu(?) Jr-sw(?), ... the southern ... of Memphis, fragment of left side, with text mentioning Horus and Amun lord of the Throne[s of the Two Lands], black granite, New Kingdom, in Cairo Mus. CG 1129.

See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 71 (text); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 232 [124] (as granodiorite).

801-643-186

Iry Jrjj, Scribe of ..., part of right side and back pillar, black granite, New Kingdom, in Cairo Mus. CG 1267.

See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 136 (text); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 240 [131] (as granodiorite).

801-643-200

Man, probably with [naos at front], quartzite, probably temp. Ramesses II, formerly in E. Brummer colln. and at Sotheby's in 1964, now in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.5.1968.

Sotheby Sale Cat. (E. Brummer), Nov. 16-17, 1964, No. 101 figs.; Ivory Hammer 3. The Year at Sotheby's & Parke-Bernet (1964-5), pl. on 151; Butler et al. in The Annual Reports of the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate and the Friends of the Fitzwilliam Cambridge 1968, 5 pl. i; Museums Journal 69 [2] (Sept. 1969), 45 front cover; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 118 [044]; ii, Taf. 19 (as sandstone and E.4.1968); Vassilika, Egyptian Art 74-5 [33] fig.

801-643-205

Tury Trjj, Servant (sdm) of Hathor chieftainess of cattle, with cartouches of Tuthmosis III and IV, diorite, in Cambridge, University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 1951.560, on loan to Fitzwilliam Museum.

Butler et al. in The Annual Reports of the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate and the Friends of the Fitzwilliam Cambridge 1971, 17 pl. iii [upper]; Gazette des Beaux-Arts lxxxi (1973), Suppl. Feb. 1973, fig. 673 on 186; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 120 [046]; ii, Taf. 21 (as granodiorite).

801-643-220

Meryptah Mrjj-pt, First prophet of Amun, etc., with text mentioning Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands and Ptah [south of his] wall, temp. Amenophis III, in Chicago (Ill.), Oriental Institute Museum, 10796.

Vandier, Manuel iii, 665 pl. clii [3]. See Schulz, Entwicklung i, 123 [049].

801-643-240

Sebkhotep Sbk-tp, Great general, etc., probably temp. Ramesses II, formerly in H. Salt, J. Lee, Lord Amherst and M. Bodmer collns. and at Sotheby's in 1835 and 1921, now in Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer.

Gagnebin, B. in Genava N.S. xx (1972), 7 figs. 4, 4 bis (as from Abydos); Hari in ib. N.S. xxvi (1978), 135-9 figs. (as temp. Amenophis II-III); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 124-5 [050] Abb. 10. Text, Wiedemann in PSBA xi (1889), 418-19 [2] (as Dyn. XVIII); Williams rubbings, iii. 72; detail, Málek in GM 31 (1979), 75-6 (from Williams rubbings). See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Salt), June 29 - July 8, 1835, No. 1115 (as woman and from Abydos); [Bonomi], Cat. ... Hartwell House 83 [574] fig.; Sotheby Sale Cat. (Amherst), June 13-17, 1921, No. 246.

801-643-250

Block-statue of Ber... Br... ..., Standard-bearer of the boat -m-m3 t, feet and base lost, temp. Amenophis III, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 53.

Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 45 [70], 82 pl. 85; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 339 [193]; ii, Taf. 85 [c, d] (as temp. Ramesses II); Jørgensen, M. in Meddelelser fra Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 53 (1997), 27 fig. 26 (as temp. Ramesses II); id. Egypt II (1550-1080 B.C.). Catalogue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 222-3 [87] fig. (as probably temp. Ramesses II). Text, Koefoed-Petersen, Rec. inscr. 8 [53]. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 93-4 [A.63]; (1908), 138-9 [E.72] (both as Dyn. XVIII-XIX); Vandier, Manuel iii, 666; De Meulenaere, H. in Chron. d'Ég. lxxi (1996), 90 [193].

801-643-252

Sety Sthj, Overseer of the treasury of the Lord of the Two Lands, etc., with text mentioning Amun-Re-Atum lord of Karnak, etc., diorite, temp. Ramesses II, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 584.

Mogensen, Coll. ég. 19-20 [A 74] pl. xviii (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX); Koefoed-Petersen, Ægyptisk Billedhuggerkunst (1938), 13 pl. 15; (1951), 17 pl. 30; id. Eg. Sculpture (1951), 17 pl. 32; (1962), 20 pl. 23; id. Cat. des statues 37-9 [63], 84 pl. 78 (as black granite); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 340-1 [194]; ii, Taf. 86 [a, b] (as granodiorite); Jørgensen, M. in Meddelelser fra Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 53 (1997), 25 fig. 21; id. Egypt II (1550-1080 B.C.). Catalogue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 212-13 [82] fig. Text, Schmidt and Theilgaard, R. Hieroglyfiske Indskrifter fra Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek pls. 9-11; Koefoed-Petersen, Rec. inscr. 5-7 [584]; Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 141-2 [3]. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 87-91 [A.61]; (1908), 132-5 [E.70] (as granite); Vandier, Manuel iii, 666 (as black granite).

801-643-254

Paser P3-sr, Head of bowmen, Head of retainers, etc. (Theb. tb. 367), with male figure and offering-basin at front and text on wide stela-shaped back pillar mentioning Hathor mistress of Dendera, diorite, temp. Amenophis II, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 661.

Mogensen, Coll. ég. 18 [A 69] pl. xvii (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX); Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 44 [69], 82 pls. 83-4 (as Dyn. XIX); Vandier, Manuel iii, 666 pl. cliii [2] (from Koefoed-Petersen); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 342-3 [195]; ii, Taf. 86 [c] (as granodiorite); Jørgensen, M. Egypt II (1550-1080 B.C.). Catalogue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 80-1 [20] fig. (as temp. Amenophis II to Tuthmosis IV). Text, Koefoed-Petersen, Rec. inscr. 7-8 [661]. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 95-6 [A.64]; (1908), 139-40 [E.73] (both as granite and Dyn. XIX).

801-643-255

Unnufer Wnn-nfr, First prophet of Amun, etc., son of Minhotep Mnw-tp and Maya Mj3, dedicated by son Amenemonet Jmn-m-jnt , Overseer of works on all monuments of Ramesses II, etc., with text mentioning Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, Min-Hor in Koptos, Ptah-Sokari lord of Shetyt, etc., temp. Ramesses II, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 662.

Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 39-41 [64], 80, 82 pl. 79; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 344-5 [196]; ii, Taf. 86 [d]; Jørgensen, M. in Meddelelser fra Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 53 (1997), 24-5 fig. 20; id. Egypt II (1550-1080 B.C.). Catalogue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 214-15 [83] fig. Text, Koefoed-Petersen, Rec. inscr. 11 [662]; Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 291-2 [1]. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 91-3 [A.62]; (1908), 135-8 [E.71]; Vandier, Manuel iii, 666.

801-643-270

Man, probably temp. Ramesses II, in Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Skulpturensammlung, Inv. Aeg. 696.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 140 [061]; ii, Taf. 24 [a-d]. See *Hettner, H. Die Bildwerke der königlichen Antikensammlung zu Dresden (1881), 131 [13]; Herrmann, Verzeichnis (1925), 13 [7]; Raumschüssel, M. Ägyptische Altertümer aus der Skulpturensammlung Dresden (1977), 35 [23].

801-643-272

Man, upper part, remains of text (not ancient?), quartzite, temp. Amenophis III, in Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Skulpturensammlung, Inv. Aeg. 759.

*Leplat, R. Recueil des marbres antiques qui se trouvent dans la galerie du Roy de Pologne à Dresden (1733), pl. 189; Raumschüssel, M. Ägyptische Altertümer aus der Skulpturensammlung Dresden (1977), 35 [21] Abb. 35; Krauspe in Ägyptische Kunst aus der Skulpturensammlung der Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden. Ausstellungs-zentrum Kroch-Haus, Universität Leipzig, 19. Juni - 9. September 1989 No. 26 fig.; id. in Elsner, G. Ägyptische Altertümer der Skulpturensammlung (Dresden, Albertinum, 30. Juli 1993 - 24. Juli 1994), fig. on 21; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 141-2 [062] Abb. 13 (from Lepat); ii, Taf. 25 [a, c, d] (as sandstone). See *Hase, H. Verzeichnis der alten und neuen Bildwerke [etc.] (1836), 228; *Hettner, H. Die Bildwerke der königlichen Antikensammlung zu Dresden (1881), 134 [37]; Herrmann, Verzeichnis (1925), 13 [8].

801-643-280

Djehuti Dwtj, Overseer of the treasury of Montu, etc. (probably Theb. tb. 11), dedicated by son Mentunakht Mntw-nt, with text mentioning Montu-Re and Thenent in Hermonthis, granodiorite, temp. Hatshepsut to Tuthmosis III, formerly in Paris, Musée Guimet, 2706 and in Louvre, E.20205, now on loan to Figeac, Musée Champollion. (Probably from Armant.)

Dewachter, La Collection égyptienne du Musée Champollion (1986), No. 34 fig. (as black granite); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 462 [276]; ii, Taf. 122 [b, c]. Some names and titles, Lieblein, Dict. Suppl. No. 1972. See Monod-Bruhl, O. Guide-Catalogue du Musée Guimet (1939), 204.

801-643-290

Pasermen P3-sr-mn, Scribe of the temple of his city god, Scribe of what is in the mansion of gold, headless, with cartouche of R -ms-sw-mrj-Jmn (Ramesses II), quartz, temp. Ramesses II, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 6313. (Acquired in Luxor.)

See Schiaparelli, Mus. Arch. Firenze 468-9 [1735] (text).

801-643-297

Penshi P3-n-, Royal scribe, General, with naos of Osiris, Dyn. XIX, in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 2947.

Text, Cramer in ZÄS 72 (1936), 107-8 [6]. See Führer durch das Kestner-Museum i (1891), 5-6 [2].

801-643-300

A Steward, Royal scribe, upper part, with erased cartouche of Amenmesse, sandstone, temp. Amenmesse, in Heidelberg, Ägyptologische Sammlung der Universität, 275.

Feucht, Vom Nil zum Neckar Kat. 207 fig. (as cartouche of Sethos II); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 155-6 [072]; ii, Taf. 32 [a-d].

801-643-310

Penre P3-n-r , Overseer of works in the Ramesseum in the domain of Amun, Chief of the Medjay, with cartouches of Ramesses II, schist, temp. Ramesses II, in Hildesheim, Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Pelizaeus-Museum 5897. (Probably from Thebes.)

Schulz, R. in Eaton-Krauss, M. and Graefe, E. (eds.), Studien zur ägyptischen Kunstgeschichte 98-102 [7] Taf. 24-5 [1-4]; id. Entwicklung i, 158 [074]; ii, Taf. 33 [a, b].

801-643-320

Man, only head and left part of body, with text mentioning Onuris lord of This, New Kingdom, formerly in M. Dayan colln., now in Jerusalem, Israel Museum, 82.2.336. (Probably from Abydos.)

Giveon in Aharoni, Y. (ed.), Excavations and Studies. Essays in Honour of Professor Shemuel Yeivin (1973), 177 fig. 1, cf. p. xxi [i]; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 160 [076]; ii, Taf. 36 [a] (from Giveon). See Agam, Y. in GM 10 (1974), 45 [1].

801-643-330

Harnakht rw-nt, with text mentioning Amun-Re, granodiorite, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Karlsruhe, Badisches Landesmuseum, H.650.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 331 [187]; ii, Taf. 84 [a, b] (as temp. Tuthmosis III to Amenophis II).

801-643-340

Amenhotep Jmn-tp Huy jj, Head of stonemasons of the domain of the Great House, with two sons in relief on front and text mentioning Ptah-Sokari in Shetyt, probably early Dyn. XIX, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AST.13.

Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 9-10 [D.67] pl. xvi; Boeser, Beschreibung v, 9 [20] Taf. x; Vandier, Manuel iii, 670 [D. 67] pl. clii [2] (from Boeser) (as temp. Amenophis III); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 346-7 [197]; ii, Taf. 87 [a, b]. Head, Bothmer in Berman, The Art of Amenhotep III: Art Historical Analysis 89 fig. 33 on pl. 26 (as temp. Amenophis III). See Leemans, Descr. rais. 56 [D. 67]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 68 [81] (as Dyn. XVIII).

801-643-343

Tjonefry-emhab T3-nfrjj-m-b, Overseer of royal scribes, with naos with Ptah on front and text mentioning Ptah-Sokari-Osiris lord of Shetyt, red granite, early Dyn. XIX, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AST.17.

Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 4 [D.31] pl. v; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 348 [198]; ii, Taf. 87 [c] (as temp. Ramesses II). See Leemans, Descr. rais. 50-1 [D. 31]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 53 [2]; id. Beschreibung v, 12 [27] (text).

801-643-346

Yuy-yuy Jjwj-jjwj, Steward of the southern and northern domains, etc., with figure of Osiris at front and text mentioning Ankhtaui and Ptah-Sokari, calcite, Dyn. XIX, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AST.21.

Boeser, Beschreibung v, 12 [28] Taf. xii; Vandier, Manuel iii, 670 [D. 66] pl. cli [5] (from Boeser); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 349 [199]; ii, Taf. 88 [a-d]. See Leemans, Descr. rais. 55-6 [D. 66]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 53 [3].

801-643-347

Simut S3-mwt, Scribe of the treasury of the Lord of the Two Lands, with text mentioning altar of Onnophris, red sandstone, Dyn. XIX, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AST.22. (Probably from Saqqâra.)

Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 8 [D.50] pl. xiii; Boeser, Beschreibung v, 10 [23] Taf. x; Gids (1926), fig. on 17; (1928), fig. on 18; (1937), fig. on 23; (1953), 35 [27] fig. 13; Vandier, Manuel iii, 670 [D.50] pl. clii [4] (from Boeser); Artefact 36 pl. 53 (as Inv. AST.20); Michalowski, Art fig. 535; Schneider and Raven, De Egyptische Oudheid 101 [90] fig.; te Velde in Commemorative Figures. Papers Presented to Th. P. van Baaren on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday (1982), 141 fig. 13 on 153; Schneider, Beeldhouwkunst in het land van de farao's 75 [30] fig.; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 350 [200]; ii, Taf. 89 (as temp. Ramesses II to Merneptah). See Leemans, Descr. rais. 54 [D.50] (as pottery); Boeser, Cat. (1907), 68 [80].

801-643-348

Neferronpet Nfr-rnpt, Deputy of the treasury, Scribe of the treasury, with seated Osiris on front, Dyn. XIX, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AST.54.

See Leemans, Descr. rais. 52 [D.39] (as marble); Boeser, Cat. (1907), 153 [339]; id. Beschreibung xii, 7 [30] (text).

801-643-349

Amenhotep Jmn-tp, Overseer of works in the temple of Osiris, Director of works in the temple of Isis, Overseer of prophets of Onuris, etc., with text mentioning altar of Isis, probably temp. Tuthmosis III to Amenophis II, formerly in J. B. De Lescluze colln., now in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. L.X.3.

Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 9 [D.59] pl. xiv; Boeser, Beschreibung xii, 5 [25] Taf. vii; Senk in Forschungen und Fortschritte 26 (1950), 6 Abb. 3; Seipel, Ägypten No. 463 fig. (as temp. Amenophis III); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 353-4 [202]; ii, Taf. 91. See Catalogue d'une collection d'antiquités égyptiennes, dont la vente se fera à Anvers, le 5 juillet 1826 (De Lescluze), 28 [3]; Leemans, Descr. rais. 55 [D. 59]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 153 [340]; Vandier, Manuel iii, 670 [D. 59].

801-643-360

Inhertnakht Jn-rt-nt, First charioteer of His Majesty, King's messenger to all foreign countries, etc., son of Nefersekher Nfr-sr, First prophet of Onuris, with right hand held to the mouth and loaf of bread in left hand, and Shau(?) 3w(?)(?), Chief of the harîm of Onuris, with Hathor-head sistrum on front, and texts mentioning Onuris lord of This and Mehyt in Lepidotonpolis (Bdt), dark granite, probably late Dyn. XIX, in Linköping, Östergötlands Länsmuseum, 189. (Probably from Nag el-Mashâyikh.)

Stockholm. 5000 år No. 98 fig.; Björkman, Smithska samlingen av Egyptiska Fornsaker [etc.], 129 [189] pl. xvii; id. A Selection of the Objects in the Smith Collection of Egyptian Antiquities [etc.], 29-32 [189] pls. 4, 5; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 360-1 [207]; ii, Taf. 93 [a] (from Björkman); Clère, Les chauves d'Hathor 6-11, 98-103 [D], 225-6 [D] pls. i, ix-xi figs. 33-4; FERE photos. 7374-5. Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iv, 375-6 [40] and vii, 449. See Valloggia, Recherche sur les 'messagers' (wpwtyw) dans les sources égyptiennes profanes 157-8 [113] (names and titles).

801-643-370

Amenemhab Jmn-m-b, Royal scribe of the altar of the Lord of the Two Lands, with cartouche of Merneptah, formerly in C. Bogaert and J. Sams collns. and in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, M.13511 (lost in World War II). (Probably from the Theban area.)

Ancient Egypt. Objects ... in the possession of J. Sams (1839), 13th pl.; Handbook and Guide to the Egyptian Collection on Exhibition in the Public Museums, Liverpool (1932), 39 [top = 13] pl. 8; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 362 [208]; ii, Taf. 93 [b] (from Handbook). Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iv, 120 [70]. See Catalogue d'une collection d'antiquités égyptiennes, à vendre chez Chs. Bogaert à Bruges 1 [1st item]; Gatty, C. T. Catalogue of the Mayer Collection i (1879), 52 [307]; De Meulenaere, H. in BSFÉ 127 (1993), 13-14 [3].

801-643-371

Ipu Jpw, Embalmer, with Osiris, Isis and Horus in relief on front, Dyn. XIX, formerly in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, M.13518 (lost in World War II).

See Gatty, C. T. Catalogue of the Mayer Collection i (1879), 52 [308].

801-643-380

Piay Pjj3jj, Scribe of items sealed in confidence, etc., son of Esi 3st (mother), with Ptah-tatanen and cartouches of Ramesses II on pectoral and text mentioning Ptah south of his wall, Sokari lord of Shetyt, etc., feet and left side much damaged, in Brit. Mus. EA 46. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

Long, Eg. Antiq. ii, fig. on 19 [upper]; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 363-4 [209] Abb. 40; ii, Taf. 93 [c, d]. Text, Hiero. Texts 9, pp. 22-3 pls. xviii, xviiiA; Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 494-5 [222, 1]. Names, Lieblein, Dict. No. 887. See Sharpe, Eg. Antiq. 59-60 [46]; Guide (Sculpture), 170 [614]; Vandier, Manuel iii, 651 [614 [46]].

801-643-385

P[ta]her... P[t]-r..., King's son, head, feet and front of base lost, basalt, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Brit. Mus. EA 488.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 369 [212]; ii, Taf. 95 [b] (as temp. Tuthmosis III).

801-643-390

Pa[ser] P3[-sr], Governor of the Town and Vizier, etc. (Theb. tb. 106), son of Merytre Mrjjt-r , Greatest of the harîm of Amun, head, feet and back lost, with Hathor-sistrum emblem on front and text mentioning Wert-hekau, black granite, temp. Sethos I to Ramesses II, in Brit. Mus. EA 510.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 370 [213]; ii, Taf. 95 [c, d] (as granodiorite). Text, Hiero. Texts 9, pp. 16-17 pls. xii [1], xiiA [1]; Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 33 [45]. See Guide (Sculpture), 238 [867] (as Dyn. XXVI); Conner, P. The Inspiration of Egypt No. 6.

801-643-392

Man, with text mentioning Amun-Re, Mut and Khons, possibly temp. Ramesses II, in Brit. Mus. EA 513.

See Schulz, Entwicklung i, 371 [214].

801-643-397

Pamerihu P3-jmj-r-jw, Royal scribe, General, with naos with figure of Osiris on front, Dyn. XIX, in Brit. Mus. EA 853.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 375-6 [217]; ii, Taf. 96 [c, d]; Hiero. Texts 12, pp. 23 pls. 78-9 (as Dyn. XIX-XX). See Guide (Sculpture), 179 [644]; Guide, Eg. Collns. (1909), 248 [644]; Vandier, Manuel iii, 651 [644 [853]].

801-643-402

Kamosi K3-ms, Standard-bearer of the company 'Nebmaetre (Amenophis III) is the Shining Sun-disc', etc., son of May Mjj, King's messenger to abroad, and Takhat T3- t , with cartouche of Amenophis III, and text mentioning Min of Koptos and Isis, front of base lost, granite, temp. Amenophis III, in Brit. Mus. EA 1210.

Hiero. Texts viii, 12-13 pl. xiii; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 381-2 [220]; ii, Taf. 99 [a] (as granodiorite). Text, Newberry in PSBA xxiii (1901), 218-19 [21]; Helck, Urk. iv, 1923 [716], Übersetz. 320. See Guide (Sculpture), 118-19 [423]; Guide, Eg. Collns. (1930), 350; Vandier, Manuel iii, 650 [423 [1210]]; Valloggia, Recherche sur les 'messagers' (wpwtyw) dans les sources égyptiennes profanes 105-6 [47].

801-643-407

Hati 3tj, Scribe of the temple in the domain of Onuris, Steward in the temple of Rameses-meryamun (Ramesses II), etc., fragmentary, with figures of Onuris-Shu and Mehyt in Lepidotonpolis (Bdt) on front, and text mentioning Horus lord of This, etc., temp. Ramesses II, in Brit. Mus. EA 1726. (Probably from This or Abydos.)

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 387 [223]; ii, Taf. 99 [c]; Hiero. Texts 12, p. 11 [2] pls. 24 [2], 25 [2], 26-7; Johnson, C. et al. in Bierbrier, M. L. (ed.), Portraits and Masks. Burial Customs in Roman Egypt 103 pl. 41 [2]. Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. vii, 169-70 [487]. See H. R. H[all] in Brit. Mus. Quarterly v (1930-1), 19.

801-643-409

Man holding ram-headed aegis, with text mentioning Amun-Re, grey granite, New Kingdom, in Brit. Mus. EA 14404.

801-643-411

Amenhotep Jmn-tp, Scribe of the district, Overseer of the two granaries, Overseer of the fields, with text mentioning Montu lord of Hermonthis, red granite, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Brit. Mus. EA 32182.

See Guide, 4th to 6th 130 [83] (as Dyn. XX-XXII).

801-643-412

Pairi P3-jrj, Scribe of the god's offerings of all the gods, and on base, Unnufer Wnn-nfr, sm3-priest of Min, son of Taina T3-jn (mother?), with text mentioning Min-Harnakht in Abydos, granite(?) or quartzite, mid-Dyn. XVIII, formerly in R. G. B. Sabatier colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1890, now in Brit. Mus. EA 37888.

Pijoán, Summa Artis iii (1945), fig. 590 (cast, as Dyn. XX); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 390 [225]; ii, Taf. 101 [c] (as red granite). Text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xiv (1893), 56 [14]. See Legrain, Collection ... Sabatier. Cat. ... d'antiquités égyptiennes [etc.], Vente, Hôtel Drouot, 31 mars - 4 avril, 1890, No. 14; Guide, 4th to 6th 130 [82] (as grey granite and Dyn. XX-XXII); Vandier, Manuel iii, 652 (as grey granite and post-Ramesside).

801-643-417

Huy jj, dedicated by wife Katja Kt, temp. Tuthmosis IV to Amenophis III, in Brit. Mus. EA 58967.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 392 [227]; ii, Taf. 102 [a]; Robins, G. Reflections of Women in the New Kingdom: Ancient Egyptian Art from The British Museum (Atlanta, Georgia, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University, 4 February - 14 May 1995) (San Antonio, Texas: Van Siclen Books), No. 13 figs. (as Nebtja). See Vandier, Manuel iii, 652 (as probably later than New Kingdom).

801-643-430

Yuyu Jjw-jjw , Deputy of the temple of Ptah, wab-priest in front of Ptah, with naos of Ptah on front, cartouches of Ramesses II, and text mentioning Ptah, Sokari lord of Shetyt, Sekhmet and Amun-Re, sandstone, temp. Ramesses II, formerly in J.-F. Mimaut colln. and at Sotheby's in 1932, now in London, Petrie Museum, 8739.

Page, Sculpture No. 98 figs.; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 393-4 [228]; ii, Taf. 102 [b] (from Page). Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 439-40 [197, XIX.11]. See Dubois, J.-J. Description des antiquités égyptiennes ... Mimaut (1837), No. 194; Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 12, 1932, No. 73 (as Ptahii).

801-643-433

Maku(?) Mkw(?), face much damaged, Dyn. XIX, in London, Petrie Museum, 14633.

Page, Sculpture No. 71 fig.; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 397 [231]; ii, Taf. 102 [d].

801-643-436

Man, with much damaged text mentioning Min, probably early Dyn. XVIII, in London, Petrie Museum, 15525.

Page, Sculpture No. 143 fig. (as Middle Kingdom or not ancient); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 399 [233]; ii, Taf. 103 [b].

801-643-450

Paser P3-sr, Governor of the Town and Vizier, etc. (Theb. tb. 106), temp. Sethos I to Ramesses II, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 1295.

Khodzhash in Drevnii mir. Sbornik statei (Fs. Struve), 191-5 fig. 33; id. (= Hodjash) in Freier, E. and Reineke, W. F. (eds.), Karl Richard Lepsius (1810-1884). Akten ... 10.-12.7.1984 in Halle 314-16 Taf. xxxv; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 419-20 [248]; ii, Taf. 109 [a-d] (as steatite and probably from Saqqâra).

801-643-453

Isek Jsk, Mayor, etc., with text mentioning Horus-Khentekhtai lord of Athribis, sandstone, mid-Dyn. XVIII, formerly in V. Golenishchev colln. 1058, now in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 1959. (Probably from Tell Atrîb.)

Mal'mberg and Turaev, Opisanie 20-1 [39] pl. iv [3]. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 679 [1058]; Vernus, Athribis 25-6 [26]; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 418 [247].

801-643-456

Man, lower part lost, sandstone, mid-Dyn. XVIII, formerly in V. Golenishchev colln. 1066, now in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 2105.

Mal'mberg and Turaev, Opisanie 19-20 [38] pl. x [3]; Pavlov, Egipetskaya skul'ptura 55 pl. 34; id. and Khodzhash, Egipetskaya plastika 38-9, 105 fig. 69. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 679; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 421 [249].

801-643-459

Minnakht Mnw-nt, Attendant of the Lord of the Two Lands (possibly owner of Theb. tb. 87), with cartouche of Tuthmosis III and text mentioning Hathor mistress of Kôm el-in, temp. Tuthmosis III, formerly in V. Golenishchev colln. 4070, now in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 4981. (Probably from Kôm el-in.)

See Mal'mberg and Turaev, Opisanie 21-2 [40] (text).

801-643-465

Tenro Tnr, basalt, probably Dyn. XIX-XX, in Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, 394.

R. P[irelli] in Cantilena and Rubino, La Collezione egiziana ... Napoli 44 [1.11] fig. on 44 [right].

801-643-470

Man, with text mentioning Ptah south of his wall, 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, in New Haven (Conn.), Peabody Museum of Natural History, YPM 6273.

Scott, Anc. Eg. Art No. 125 fig. (as Dyn. XVIII-XX); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 535 [330]; ii, Taf. 138 [c] (from Scott).

801-643-480

Kha , Scribe of the altar of the Lord of the Two Lands, etc., son of Mentuemmin Mntw-m-mnw and Esiemhab 3st-m-b, with naos with baboon and cartouches of Ramesses II, sandstone, temp. Ramesses II, in Louvre, A 65 [N.66].

Vandier, Manuel iii, 672 pl. cliii [6]; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 469-70 [281]; ii, Taf. 124 [b]. Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 224 [X.9.1]; almost complete, Pierret, Rec. inscr. ii, 7; some, Anthes in Festschrift Ägyptisches Museum Berlin 45-7 Abb. 5 [3 A]; Devéria squeezes, Gal. Nat. Londres, 17. Names and titles, Lieblein, Dict. No. 894 (as A 62), Suppl. No. 2106. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 35-6; Vandier, Guide (1948), 14 (as Menkheperr and Dyn. XVIII-XIX); (1952), 15; (1973), 23.

801-643-483

Siesi S3-3st, Overseer of the two granaries of Upper and Lower Egypt, General, etc., diorite, probably temp. Ramesses II, formerly in B. Drovetti colln., now in Louvre, A 74 [N.75].

Vandier, Manuel iii, 672 pl. clxiii [4]; id. in La Revue des Arts 9 (1959), 147 [ii], 150 fig. 2; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 473-4 [283]; ii, Taf. 124 [d] (as red granite); Archives phot. E. 699. Text, Pierret, Rec. inscr. i, 11-12; Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 149-50 [91.1]; some, Devéria squeezes, Gal. Nat. Londres, 13. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 39; Boreux, Guide ii, 471; Kanawaty in Rev. d'Ég. 37 (1986), 168.

801-643-485

Pareset P3-r -sth, Prophet of Apis, Scribe of the army of all the temples, with naos of Ptah, granodiorite, Dyn. XIX-XX, formerly in B. Drovetti colln., now in Louvre, A 78 [N.79].

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 477 [285]; ii, Taf. 126 [a]. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 40 (as diorite); Boreux, Guide ii, 464 (as diorite); Vandier, Manuel iii, 672 (as granite); Kanawaty in Rev. d'Ég. 37 (1986), 168 (as Pararaa and granite).

801-643-487

Khay jj, Scribe of commands of the army, with Thoth as baboon in naos, probably temp. Ramesses II, in Louvre, A 110 [N.106; E.136].

Donadoni, Archéo. L'Encyclopédie de l'archéologie ii, fig. on 130; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 479 [287]; ii, Taf. 126[c] (as temp. Ramesses II to Merneptah); some text, Pierret, Rec. inscr. ii, 53; Devéria squeezes, Gal. Nat. Londres, 23. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 51; Boreux, Guide i, 53; Vandier, Guide (1948), 14; (1952), 15; (1973), 23; id. Manuel iii, 672.

801-643-489

A Royal butler clean of hands (no name), Dyn. XIX-XX, in Louvre, A 112 [N.104].

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 480 [288]; ii, Taf. 126 [d]. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 51.

801-643-495

Humay mjj, Mayor of Memphis, left half of head and front of base damaged, with cartouche of Tuthmosis III and text mentioning Ptah, basalt, temp. Tuthmosis III, in Louvre, E.5336. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 449 [267]; ii, Taf. 118 [a]; Gessler-Löhr, B. in OMRO 77 (1997), 34 Taf. 2 [1] (from Schulz). Text, Piehl, Inscr. hiéro. 1 Sér. xxvi [F]. See Pierret, Cat. No. 14 (as granite); Boreux, Guide ii, 477 (as granite); Vandier, Manuel iii, 674 (as Huy, granite and probably post-Ramesside).

801-643-497

Man, Dyn. XX, in Louvre, E.5538.

See Schulz, Entwicklung i, 450 [268].

801-643-505

Turo Tr, Scribe of the altar of the Lord of the Two Lands, with Hathor-sistrum on front and text mentioning Onuris lord of This, Mehyt mistress of This, and altar of the lords of This, probably temp. Ramesses II, in Louvre, E.17168. (Probably from This.)

Bull. Mus. France xi [1] (1946), 9 fig. 1 on 7; Vandier in Rev. d'Ég. 6 (1951), 21-6 pls. i, ii (as temp. Amenophis III); id. Sculpture ... Louvre 16th pl.; id. Manuel iii, 676 pl. clxvi [2] (as temp. Amenophis III to Sethos I); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 461 [275]; ii, Taf. 122 [a]. See Vandier, Guide (1948), 44; (1952), 45 (both as temp. Amenophis III); (1973), 84-5 (as temp. Haremhab to Sethos I).

801-643-510

Hatre 3t-r , Overseer of goldworkers of the temple of Re, God's father in Heliopolis, God's father of Atum, etc., head and front of base with feet lost, with cartouche of Amenophis II and text mentioning Buto mistress of Imet, Horus lord of Mesen, etc., quartzite, temp. Amenophis II, in Louvre, E.25550.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 467-8 [280]; ii, Taf. 124 [a] (as sandstone). Text, de Cenival, J.-L. in Rev. d'Ég. 17 (1965), 15-20 figs. 1-6; Helck, Historisch-biographische Texte 136-7 [145]. See Vandier in La Revue du Louvre xv (1965), 41 with n. 6.

801-643-515

Man, upper part only, with Amenophis I, Osiris and Ahmosi Nefertere J -ms Nfrt-jrj in relief on front, granodiorite, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Louvre, A.F.110.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 489 [293]; ii, Taf. 129 [a]. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 677 (as granite).

801-643-520

Bekenkhons B3k-n-nsw, First prophet of Amun, etc., son of Amenemopet Jmn-m-jpt, head and base with feet lost, with figure of Hathor chieftainess of Thebes in Djeser (Deir el-Bari) on front, sandstone, temp. Setnakht to Ramesses III, formerly in Paris, Musée Guimet, now in Louvre, A.F. 12136. (Probably from Deir el-Bari.)

Barbotin, C. in Rev. d'Ég. 45 (1994), 11-15 pls. i-iv. See Schulz, Entwicklung i, 464 [278] (as Musée Guimet 2869).

801-643-540

Maaniamun M33.n.j-jmn, Scribe of the accounts of grain, son of Djehutihotep Dwtj-tp, Overseer of goldworkers, and Dediu Ddjw, with text mentioning Amun-Re, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 741.

Pavlov and Mat'e, Pamyatniki pl. 32; *Mat'e in Izvestiya Gosudarstvennoi akademii istorii material'noi kul'tur ix [3] (1931), 1-9; id. Iskusstvo Drevnego Egipta iii. Novoe Tsarstvo (1947), pl. xxiii; id. Iskusstvo (1961), 258 fig. 125 (as temp. Amenophis II); Lapis and Mat'e, Drevneegiptskaya skul'ptura 71-3 [68] pl. i fig. 42 (as temp. Amenophis II); Fingaret, S. I. Iskusstvo Drevnego Egipta v sobranii Ermitazha (1970), fig. on 32; Shurinova, R. and D. Iskusstvo Drevnego Egipta pl. 95; Landa and Lapis, Eg. Antiq. pl. 34 (as temp. Amenophis II); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 359 [206]; ii, Taf. 92 [d] (from Lapis and Mat'e) (as temp. Tuthmosis III to Amenophis II). Names, Lieblein, Dict. Suppl. No. 2541. See Golénischeff, Inventaire 89; Vandier, Manuel iii, 670.

801-643-545

Man, with naos of Amun-Re on front, inscribed, sandstone, Dyn. XIX-XX or 3rd Int. Period, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, NME 72.

See Lieblein, Katalog öfver egyptiska fornlemningar i National-museum (1868), 31; De Meulenaere in BIFAO lx (1960), 119 [6] (as Late Period).

801-643-550

Nebwau Nb-w w , incomplete, quartzite, Dyn. XVIII, in Strasbourg, Institut d'Égyptologie, 208. (Bought in Luxor in 1896.)

801-643-555

Block-statue of Ptahmosi Pt-ms, Count, with text mentioning altar of Anubis, granite, mid-Dyn. XVIII, formerly in P. Nelson colln. and at Sotheby's in 1931, now in Strasbourg, Musée Archéologique, 11.987.0.146 (MAD LXXI.97).

Antiquités égyptiennes (Strasbourg, Exposition ... 12 juillet - 15 octobre 1973), No. A.312 fig. 34 (as temp. Tutankhamun); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 511 [312]; ii, Taf. 133 [c] (from Antiquités égyptiennes) (as granodiorite and temp. Amenophis II to Tuthmosis IV); Schweitzer, A. and Traunecker, C. Strasbourg, Musée archéologique. Antiquités égyptiennes de la collection G. Schlumberger (1998), 19-20 [4] fig. (as gabbro-diorite). See Sotheby Sale Cat. March 3-4, 1931, No. 165.

801-643-570

Pentawer P3-n-t3-wr(t), Deputy of the treasury of the Good God, partly restored, with Osiris, Horus and Isis in relief on front and text mentioning Harendotes and Harsiesi, late Dyn. XIX to Dyn. XX or 3rd Int. Period, formerly in Toledo (Ohio), Toledo Museum of Art, 25.141 and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1992. (Allegedly from Abû Rawâsh.)

Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 25, 1992, No. 30 fig.; Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 3 [5] (Sept.-Oct. 1992), 43 fig. 9.

801-643-590

A Servant, with baboon on shoulders, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3019.

Lanzone, Diz. i, fig. 3 on 114; Curto, L'antico Egitto nel Museo Egizio di Torino (1984), fig. on 228 [lower]; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 521 [320]; ii, Taf. 135 [c]; Petrie Ital. photo. 328. See Orcurti, Cat. i, 70 [19]; Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 409.

801-643-592

Nebre Nb(.j)-r , Scribe of Memphis, face lost, with stela on front and text mentioning Ptah-Sokari, granodiorite, late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3021.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 520 [319] (as Nb-smsw-r and 5566); ii, Taf. 135 [b]. See Orcurti, Cat. i, 70 [15] (as black granite); Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 410 (as diorite); Vandier, Manuel iii, 680 (as diorite).

801-643-593

Amenemopet Jmn-m-jpt(also Amenemopet-men Jmn-m-jpt-mn ), Agent of the temple, with statuette of Amun on front, Isis and Mut mistress of Asher in relief on either side and text mentioning Amun-Re, granodiorite, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3022.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 525-6 [323] Abb. 47-8; Petrie Ital. photo. 159. Text, Maspero in Rec. Trav. iv (1883), 148-9 [xxxv] (as granite). Name, Gazzera, C. Descrizione dei monumenti egizi [etc.] (1824), 53-4 Tav. 12 [3]; (repr. in Mem. Accad. Scienze di Torino, Classe di Scienze Morali, xxix (1825)). See Orcurti, Cat. i, 69 [10]; Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 410 (as diorite); Vandier, Manuel iii, 680 (as granite).

801-643-598

Kert Krt, Overseer of the compound, dedicated by son Amenhotep Jmn-tp, Scribe of documents, with text mentioning altar of Ptah-Sokari-Osiris, basalt, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3085.

Von Bissing, Denkmäler, Text to Taf. 51-2 [fig. left] (as temp. Amenophis III); Carotti, L'Arte 214 fig. 249; Curto, L'antico Egitto nel Museo Egizio di Torino (1984), fig. on 166 (as probably temp. Amenophis III); Seipel, Ägypten No. 462 fig. (as probably temp. Amenophis III); id. Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 126 fig. (as probably temp. Amenophis III); E. L[eospo] in Il senso dell'arte No. 55 fig. (as temp. Amenophis III); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 523-4 [322]; ii, Taf. 135 [d] (as temp Amenophis II to Tuthmosis IV); Holthoer in Muinainen Egypti - hetki ikuisuudesta (Tampere, Tampere Art Museum, 30.8.1993 - 2.1.1994), fig. 13 (as Dyn. XXVI). Text, Petrie Ital. photo. 112 [right]; Maspero in Rec. Trav. iv (1883), 147-8 [xxx] (as Dyn. XX); some, Brugsch, Thes. 1423 [6]. See Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 423; Vandier, Manuel iii, 681.

801-643-599

Man, feet and front of base lost, inscribed, temp. Hatshepsut to Tuthmosis III, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3086.

Farina, Il Regio Museo (1931), fig. on 44 [lower left]; (1938), fig. on 46 [lower left]. See Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 423; Vandier, Manuel iii, 681; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 522 [321].

801-643-610

Amen... Jmn..., with naos with figure of Amun on front and text mentioning Amun-Re, red granite, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Venice, formerly Museo Palazzo Ducale, 186, now in Museo Archeologico del Palazzo Reale di Venezia, Inv. 48.

Leospo in Siliotti, Viaggiatori veneti 201 [6] fig. (as Dyn. XX); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 529 [325]; ii, Taf. 137 [a] (as No. 186 and Amen[mosi]); H. W. Müller Archive 25 [II/969-70]. Text, Wiedemann in PSBA viii (1886), 89 [4] (as Dyn. XIX-XXI and from tomb at Thebes); Wilbour MSS. 2 F, 3. See Anti, C. Il Regio Museo Archeologico nel Palazzo Reale di Venezia (1930), 20 [47] (as Inv. 284); Forlati Tamaro, B. Il Museo Archeologico del Palazzo Reale di Venezia (1953), 35 [8] (as Dyn. XVIII).

801-643-620

Sennufer Sn(.j)-nfr, Able overseer of the seal of the King (probably Theb. tb. 99), fragment, granodiorite, probably temp. Tuthmosis III, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5978.

Rogge, Statuen N.R. 22-4 figs.; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 533 [328]; ii, Taf. 137 [b].

801-643-625

A Standard-bearer of ..., with text mentioning Horus-Khentekhtai and cartouche, probably of Ramesses II, granodiorite, probably temp. Ramesses II, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 8231.

Demel, Äg. Kunst 17 Abb. 27 (as granite and Dyn. XX); Meisterwerke (1958), fig. 13 (as granite and Dyn. XX); Rogge, Statuen N.R. 110-15 figs. (as probably from Tell Atrîb); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 534 [329]; ii, Taf. 138 [a, b] (as probably from Tell Atrîb). See Uebersicht (1895), 45 [25]; (1923), 18 [25] (as granite and Middle Kingdom); Vandier, Manuel iii, 682.

801-643-640

Ipuy Jpwjj, Scribe of the temple of Min and Isis, with Osiris in relief on front, black granite, late Dyn. XIX or Dyn. XX, formerly in Lady Meux and W. R. Hearst collns. and at Sotheby's in 1939, now in Washington (D.C.) Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Gallery, 66.5108.

See Budge, Some Account of the Collection of Egyptian Antiquities in the Possession of Lady Meux (1893), 113-14 [196]; (1896), 149-50 [67]; Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hearst), July 11-12, 1939, No. 48; Scott III, G. D. The Past Rediscovered: Everyday Life in Ancient Egypt. A Checklist of the Exhibition Sept. 29, 1983 - Sept. 30, 1984. Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University No. 274.

801-643-660

Man, granodiorite, temp. Tuthmosis III to Amenophis II, sold by Ader-Picard-Tajan, in Paris, in 1985.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 490 [294]; ii, Taf. 129 [c].

801-643-665

Karo Kr, Deputy of the transport official (mkb), with Osiris in relief on front and cartouches of Ramesses III on shoulders, temp. Ramesses III, formerly in Vienna, the Armenian Monastery of the Mechitharisten and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1998.

Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 17, 1998, No. 29 figs.; Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 10 [2] (March-April 1999), 40 fig. 12.

801-643-670

Man, with figure of Ptah on front, diorite, probably early Dyn. XIX, formerly in M. L. de Benzion colln.

Succession de feu M. Moïse Levy de Benzion. Grande Vente (Cairo, March 20, 1947), Objets d'antiquité No. 28 pl. (as Dyn. XVIII); FERE photos. 17636-9. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 666 [N.E. VIII].

801-643-675

Khaemweset -m-w3st (son of Ramesses II), with figure of Ptah on front, heads lost, serpentine, temp. Ramesses II, in Lausanne, Fondation J.-E. Berger, in 1998.

A. W[iese] in Page-Gasser, M. and Wiese, A. B. Ägypten. Augenblicke der Ewigkeit 180-1 [114] fig.

801-643-680

Paahauty P3-3wtjj, Overseer of ..., headless, dedicated by son Amen... Jmn..., with text mentioning Amun-Re, granite, Dyn. XIX-XX, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1993.

Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. July 6, 1993, No. 67 fig. See Bonhams. Antiquities. Sale Cat. Oct. 26, 1993, No. 213.

801-643-690

Block-statue of Khay jj, Vizier, right side, with naos of Amun at front and cartouche of Ramesses II, temp. Ramesses II, at Christie's in 1970 and 1974 and in P. Padova colln. in 2000.

See Christie Sale Cat. Dec. 2, 1970, No. 150 [1st item]; April 30 - May 1, 1974, No. 348.

801-643-692

Man, with figure of Ptah on front, probably Dyn. XIX, at Christie's in 1971 and 1977.

Christie Sale Cat. March 23, 1971, No. 151 fig. (as sandstone and Late Period); July 12, 1977, No. 48 pl. 6.

801-643-694

Kenamun n-jmn, Overseer of cattle of Amun, etc. (Theb. tb. 93), with text mentioning Khnum lord of Hypselis, black granite, temp. Amenophis II, formerly in private possession in Cairo and at Christie's in 1982. (Probably from Shub.)

Wild in BIFAO lvi (1957), 215-19 [B] pl. ii; Christie Sale Cat. July 2, 1982, No. 177 fig.; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 330 [186]; ii, Taf. 83 [c] (from Wild) (as granodiorite).

801-643-696

Irut Jrwt, Child of the nursery, with text mentioning Sobk-Shedty and Horus in Shedty, diorite, mid-Dyn. XVIII, at Christie's in 1994.

Christie Sale Cat. July 6, 1994, No. 105 fig.

801-643-697

Neferkhau Nfr- w, Scribe of the treasury collecting taxes of the Two Lands, etc., with text mentioning Ram of Mendes, basalt, Dyn. XVIII, at Christie's in 1996. (Probably from Mendes.)

Christie Sale Cat. Dec. 11, 1996, No. 58 fig.

801-643-705

Bahy B3jj, [Head of] serfs, with text which mentions Onuris and Mehyt in Lepidotonpolis (Bdt), Dyn. XIX, in J. J. Clère colln. in 1995. (Probably from Nag el-Mashâyikh.)

Clère, Les chauves d'Hathor 104-8 [E], 227 [E] pl. xii fig. 35.

801-643-710

Man, upper part, red granite, probably New Kingdom, in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1971.

Hôtel Drouot Sale Cat. Oct. 14, 1971, No. 98 pl. iii.

801-643-730 (now 801-755-585)

801-643-740

Amenmosi Jmn-ms, Steward in the Southern City, etc. (Theb. tb. 89), headless, with text mentioning Hathor mistress of Aphroditopolis, quartzite, temp. Amenophis III, formerly in London, Bruce McAlpine Gallery, then in private possession in Australia in 1977. (Probably from Afî.)

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 404 [236]; ii, Taf. 103 [d] (as granodiorite, Dyn. XIX and not owner of Theb. tb. 89); Clère, Les chauves d'Hathor 164-70 [O], 236-8 [O] pls. xxv, xxvi fig. 58 (as pre-Saite).

801-643-750

Parahotep P3-r -tp (also Rahotep R -tp), Governor of the Town and Vizier, etc., with figures of Maet of Per-Rameses, Ptah, Osiris and the Sons of Horus in relief, granite, temp. Ramesses II, formerly in A. Quirini colln. in Villa Alticchiero, Padua, now in Bellagio, Lago di Como, Villa Melzi.

J. W. C[ountess] D[e] R[osenberg], Alticchiero (1787), 45-6 pls. xiii-xvi; Monumens Égyptiens ... avec leur Explications Historiques (1791), ii, pls. 10-13 (as Isis) (from Alticchiero); Carotti, G. Capi d'arte appartenenti a S. E. la Duchessa Joséphine Melzi d'Eril-Barbo figs. on 148-9; Brunner, H. in JEA 54 (1968), 129-33 pls. xix [1], xx (latter from Alticchiero); Ericani, G. in Piranesi e la cultura antiquaria [etc.]. Atti del Convegno, 14-17 Novembre 1979 (Rome, 1983), 174 fig. 16 (from Alticchiero); Bierbrier in Chron. d'Ég. lxiii (1988), 213-20 figs. 1-4 (from Townley drawings and Alticchiero); Schulz, Entwicklung i, 69-70 [014] Abb. 4-6 (based on Alticchiero); Piacentini, P. in BSFÉ 137 (1996), 21 fig. 4; Townley drawings, 5 sketches. Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. iii, 65-6 [24]; vii, 109-10 [24]. Name and titles, Gardiner in JEA v (1918), 183 [middle].

801-643-760

May Mjj, Overseer of cattle of the Lord of the Two Lands, with Onuris-Shu and [Smataui] in relief on front, Dyn. XIX, in New York, E. H. Merrin Gallery (dealer), in 1986 and in private possession in Switzerland in 1998.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 441 [261]; ii, Taf. 115 [c] (reversed) (as calcite and temp. Ramesses II); A. W[iese] in Page-Gasser, M. and Wiese, A. B. Ägypten. Augenblicke der Ewigkeit 181-2 [115] fig.; Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 8 [4] (July-Aug. 1997), fig. 11 on 12.

801-643-769

Meryre Mrjj-r, Overseer of the treasury, with text of tax assessment, incomplete, probably temp. Tutankhamun, in G. Michaelidis colln. in 1958.

Wente, E. F. in Bull. Egyptol. Seminar 10 (1989-90), 169-76 pls. 1, 2 figs. 1-3.

801-643-770

Iufankh Jw.f-n, Processional priest (jmj-st3), etc., dedicated by son Ankhefenhor n.f-n-rw, Master of the secrets of Hathor mistress of Aphroditopolis, etc., Dyn. XIX or later, formerly in G. Michaelidis colln.

Drioton in ASAE xliv (1944), 91-8 pl. xii. Hieroglyph of Bubalis, Keimer in ib. xlii (1943), Addenda to 258-70 fig. 116. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 666.

801-643-790

Ma... M..., Royal scribe, lower part lost, sandstone, Dyn. XIX-XX, formerly in London, Savile Club and in New York - Beverly Hills, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1985.

Eisenberg, J. M. Art of the Ancient World. A Guide for the Collector and Investor iv (1985), No. 411 fig.

801-643-810

[Amen]mosi [Jmn-]ms, Overseer of the King's carpenters, head much damaged, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari south of his wall and Nefertem-hekenu, basalt(?), mid-Dyn. XVIII, in W. Schrandt colln. in 1944.

Janssen, J. in Jaarbericht Ex Oriente Lux 9 (1944), 217-18 pl. vii fig. 28; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 356 [204]; ii, Taf. 92 [b] (from Janssen) (as temp. Tuthmosis III to Amenophis II).

801-643-820

[Neb]kedet(?) [Nb-]dt(?), Standard-bearer of the companies 'Star of the Two Lands in Memphis', 'One Who has Appeared as Truth', etc., black stone, temp. Amenophis III, with Sleeman (Suleiman?) (dealer) in Cairo in 1886.

Text, Wilbour MSS. 2 G, 49 [upper]; erný Notebook, 83, p. 11 [upper] (from Wilbour MSS.).

801-643-830

Djehutihotep Dwtj-tp, Royal scribe, Steward, head and lower part lost, with Queen Ahmosi Nefertere J -ms Nfrt-jrjj and Amenophis I in relief on front, granite, Dyn. XIX, at Sotheby's in 1981.

Sotheby Sale Cat. July 13-14, 1981, No. 45 fig.; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 444 [263]; ii, Taf. 117 [a] (as granodiorite).

801-643-832

Pede... P3-dj-..., with wife in relief on front and text mentioning Amun lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, basalt, Dyn. XIX-XX, at Sotheby's in 1986.

Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 8-9, 1986, No. 172 fig.; Schulz, Entwicklung i, 406 [238]; ii, Taf. 104 [a].

801-643-850

Amenhotep Jmn-tp, Scribe of the accounts of cattle of the god's wife, dedicated by son Rehny Rhnjj, Overseer of nfrt-cattle, etc., with text mentioning Amun-Re and Ptah south of his wall, black granite, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in London, Robin Symes (dealer) and W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1977, then in K. G. Perls colln. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1995.

*Bonhams Sale Cat. Dec. 16, 1977, No. 4 pl. 4; Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 1, 1995, No. 34 figs. and front cover; Minerva 6 [3] (May-June 1995), fig. on 29; Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 6 [5] (Sept.-Oct. 1995), 26 fig. 6 on 25.

801-643-851

Man, with Hathor-head on front, feet and base lost, granite, Dyn. XIX, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1999.

Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 5, 1999, No. 34 fig.

801-643-900

Ra[mo]si R -[m]s, with Hathor-sistrum on front, feet and front of base lost, grey granite, probably late Dyn. XVIII, in private possession in Austria sometime before 1969.

Clère in ZÄS 96 (1969), 4 Taf. i [3, 4]; FERE photos. 13648.

801-643-905

Man, with figure of Osiris on front, Dyn. XIX, on the art market in Basel in 1958.

H. W. Müller Archive 73 [156/26-8].

801-643-910

Ramosi R -ms, Chief steward, Overseer of the two granaries, Royal scribe, headless, with Hathor-sistrum on front and text mentioning Khonsemweset-Neferhotep, Hathor, etc., granite, Dyn. XIX-XX, in private possession in Belgium in 1991.

Naissance et évolution de l'écriture (Bruxelles, 8/11/1984 - 3/1/1985, etc.), No. 53 figs.; H. D[e] M[eulenaere] in Van Nijl tot Schelde Cat. 162 fig.; Clère, Les chauves d'Hathor 211-15 [HH], 243-4 [HH] pl. xxxv fig. 69. See Schulz, Entwicklung i, 539 [333] (as granodiorite).

801-643-911

Itet Jtt , Scribe of the altar, sandstone, temp. Ramesses II to Merneptah, in private possession in Belgium in 1991.

R. T[efnin] in Van Nijl tot Schelde Cat. 163 fig. (as Dyn. XIX-XX); Gubel, E. in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het Museum Vleeshuis 23 fig. 20; id. Egypte thuis No. 82 fig. See Schulz, Entwicklung i, 540 [334].

801-643-920

A First prophet of Amun, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari-Osiris lord of Shetyt and Re-Harakhti-Atum, Dyn. XIX, in private possession in England in 1743.

Pococke, R. A Description of the East [etc.], i (1743), 212-13 pls. lxii, lxiii (as Osiris); Schulz, Entwicklung ii, 780 Taf. 147 [c, d] (from Pococke).

801-643-950

Suti Stj, Overseer of works of Amun at Karnak, etc., son of [Te]timosi [T]tj-ms , ... of Ptah, and Hat... 3t..., fragments, with text mentioning many deities, temp. Amenophis III, in private possession in Luxor in 1962. (Said to come from Luxor.)

De Cenival, J.-L. in CRIPEL 13 (1991), 47-52 pl. 11. Text, Helck, Historisch-biographische Texte. Nachträge 56-8 [35].

Wood.

801-644-010

Man, possibly New Kingdom or later, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1845.

See Kminek-Szedlo, Cat. 161.

Unusual.

Stone.

801-645-050

Lutist seated on the ground, New Kingdom, in Cairo Mus. CG 773.

Borchardt, Statuen iii, 85 Bl. 143 (as child); Hickmann in ASAE xlix (1949), 443 fig. 18 (repr. id. Miscellanea Musicologica 181 fig. 18); id. 45 Siècles pl. lxxi [D]; id. Ägypten Abb. 103; Vandier, Manuel iii, 657 pl. clxiv [4] (as child).

801-645-060

Neferhor Nfr-rkneeling grinding grain, with shabti address, dark granite, probably late Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo Mus. CG 1256 (JE 29927).

Borchardt, Statuen iv, 132 Bl. 174. See Capart in Transactions of the Third International Congress of the History of Religions, Oxford, 1908, i, 201 [6].

801-645-080

A High priest of Ptah kneeling grinding grain, text in ink now lost, right foot lost, probably late Dyn. XVIII, formerly in J. Lee and Lord Amherst collns. and at Sotheby's in 1921, now in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 1548. (Probably from Saqqâra.)

Sotheby Sale Cat. (Amherst), June 13-17, 1921, No. 256 pl. vii (as probably Merneptah); Mogensen, Coll. ég. 8 [A 15] pl. viii (as Dyn. XIX); Koefoed-Petersen, Ægyptisk Billedhuggerkunst (1938), 14 pls. 19, 20; (1951), 18-19 pls. 20-1; id. in Meddelelser fra Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 2 (1945), 21-8 figs. on 23-5; id. Eg. Sculpture (1951), 18-19 pls. 20-1; (1962), 21-2 pl. 25; id. Cat. des statues 26 [40] pls. 45-7; Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 543; Reeves and Taylor, Howard Carter: Before Tutankhamun fig. on 21 [upper]; Tooley, A. M. J. Egyptian Models and Scenes fig. 20 (as mid-Dyn. XVIII); Jørgensen, M. Egypt II (1550-1080 B.C.). Catalogue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 194-5 [74] figs. (as temp. Sethos I or Ramesses II). See [Bonomi], Cat. ... Hartwell House 50-1 [410] (as Tuthmosis I); Capart in Chron. d'Ég. xviii (1943), 31-2 [8]; Breasted, Jr. Eg. Servant Statues 23 [5]; Vandier, Manuel iii, 667.

801-645-100

A Steward of Amun (?), niche with block-statue, cartouche of Tuthmosis III, granodiorite, temp. Tuthmosis III, in Hildesheim, Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Pelizaeus-Museum 5810.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 157 [073]; ii, Taf. 34 [a, b], 35 [a] (as probably Sennufer, Theb. tb. 99).

801-645-200

Head and shoulders of man in niche, remains of text, late Dyn. XVIII, in London, Petrie Museum, 15519. (Probably from Thebes.)

Page, Sculpture No. 76 fig.

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Nude man seated on the ground playing double oboe, Dyn. XVIII, formerly in A. Gallatin colln., now in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 66.99.47.

Cooney in JNES xii (1953), 6 [16] pl. xiii [B] (as double flute).

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Djehutimosi Dwtj-ms, King's son (of Amenophis III), etc., prostrate grinding grain, schist, temp. Amenophis III, formerly in A. B. Clot Bey colln., now in Louvre, N.792 [E.2749].

Dodson in JEA 76 (1990), 87 pl. v [2]. Text, L. D. Text i, 11 [top, 3]; Gardiner in ZÄS 43 (1906), 56 [middle]. See Pierret, Cat. No. 10 (as serpentine); Breasted, Jr. Eg. Servant Statues 23 [1] (as serpentine); Vandier, Guide (1948 and 1952), 57; (1973), 108; id. Manuel iii, 673 (as serpentine); Schneider, Shabtis i, 216 (as from Saqqâra); Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv-47 (as greywacke and from Saqqâra).

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Kneeling drummer, probably New Kingdom, in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 3003.

Manniche, Ancient Egyptian Musical Instruments 8 pl. xix [36].

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Amenhotep Jmn-tp, Chief steward, etc. (Saqqâra tb., Bibl. iii2.702-3), prostrate grinding grain, with shabti-text (Book of the Dead 6), sandstone, temp. Amenophis III, in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, Inv. 1280.

See Marucchi, Museo Egizio 249 [3].

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Man tied to stake, lower legs lost, Dyn. XIX, formerly in S. L. Breitbart colln. and on loan to New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, then at Christie's (New York) in 1995.

Beaux, N. in BIFAO 91 (1991), 49 [b] fig. 8; Christie (New York) Sale Cat. June 2, 1995, No. 159 figs.

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Asiatic carrying amphora, upper part, late Dyn. XVIII, in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1991.

Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt xviii (Jan. 1991), No. 6 fig.

Wood.

For figures of men carrying vessels, which served as containers for cosmetics or similar, see Part 4 of this volume.

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Man carrying jar on his head, probably New Kingdom, in Cairo Mus. CG 782.

Borchardt, Statuen iii, 90 Bl. 144 (as probably caricature of Asiatic captive). See Vandier, Manuel iii, 657.

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Two foreign captives tied to papyriform stake, probably part of furniture, New Kingdom, in Marseilles, Musée d'Archéologie, 493.

Les Trésors d'art du Musée d'Archéologie de Marseille (1963), pl. 3; Trésors d'art du Musée Borély (1970), 6th pl.; Nelson, Cat. No. 78 fig. (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX). See Maspero, Cat. 93 [293]; Le Nil et la société égyptienne No. 84 (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX).

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Man seated on the ground with knees up, arms lost, probably late Dyn. XVIII, in Bergen, De Sfinx Gallery, in 1983.

Apollo cxvii [253] (March 1983), Advertisements, fig. on 64 [lower right].

Faience.

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Harpist, Dyn. XVIII, in Jerusalem, Israel Museum.

Leibovitch in JEA 46 (1960), 53, 59 pl. xiv [1].

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Man carrying leopard on his back, lower legs lost, late Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX, formerly in A. Groppi colln. and at Christie's in 1992.

Christie Sale Cat. (The 'Per-neb' Collection, Part I), Dec. 9, 1992, No. 66 figs. (as woman and Ramesside).

Terracotta.

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Horseman, head and legs of horse lost, glazed terracotta, probably late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in Chicago (Ill.), Oriental Institute Museum, 19433.

Schulman in JNES xvi (1957), 265 [h] pl. xl [6a, b] (as late Dyn. XVIII); Rommelaere, C. Les Chevaux du Nouvel Empire égyptien. Origines, races, harnachement 232 [98] fig.

Ancestral busts.

See also ancestral busts thought to be of women.

Stone.

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Bust, face damaged, sandstone, probably Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cairo Mus. CG 1171.

Borchardt, Statuen iv, 89 Bl. 165 (as probably Late Period).

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Bust, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Brit. Mus. EA 61083.

Stead, M. Egyptian Life fig. 88; Quirke and Spencer, J. The British Museum Book of Ancient Egypt fig. 16; Borg, B. in Bierbrier, M. L. (ed.), Portraits and Masks. Burial Customs in Roman Egypt 29 pl. 26 [2]; Malek, J. Egyptian Art (1999), 328 fig. 199.

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Bust, probably Dyn. XIX-XX, in London, Petrie Museum, 16551.

Petrie, Amulets 36 [159b] pl. xxix (as Dyn. XVIII).

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Bust, probably Dyn. XIX-XX, in London, Petrie Museum, 16552.

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Bust with figure of Osiris on front, and in relief, Meryunu Mrj-jwnw, Steward, etc., 'of Memphis', wife Any 3njj, and Sekhmet, Hathor mistress of the Sycamore, Apis, Ptah, Nefertem and Anubis, sandstone, Dyn. XIX, in Louvre, A 64 [N.65]. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

Boreux in Studies Presented to F. Ll. Griffith 397-8 pl. 64 (as Dyn. XVIII or XIX); id. Guide i, 54 pl. iii [right]; Encycl. phot. Louvre pl. 94; Vandier, Manuel iii, 672 pl. clxv [1] (from Encycl. phot. Louvre); Fischer, L'écriture 137 pl. 36; Kanawaty in Mémoires d'Égypte. Hommage de l'Europe à Champollion fig. on 153; Héry, F.-X. and Enel, T. L'Univers de l'Égypte ressuscité par Champollion 30-1 fig. on 31 [upper]; Archives phot. E.973. Cow-headed ator, Berlandini in BIFAO 83 (1983), 37 n. 6 fig. 2 (as quartzite). Some text, Pierret, Rec. inscr. ii, 59. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 35; Vandier, Guide (1948 and 1952), 21; (1973), 37 (as quartzite).

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Bust, probably Dyn. XIX-XX, in Louvre, N.860.

Boreux in Studies Presented to F. Ll. Griffith 397 pl. 63 [a] (as Middle Kingdom); Archives phot. E.972. See Vandier, Guide (1948), 52; (1952), 53; (1973), 100; id. Manuel iii, 673.

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Bust, Dyn. XIX-XX, formerly in Yur'ev, Muzei izyashchnkh iskusstv pri Yur'evskom universitete and in Voronezh, Muzei izyashchnkh iskusstv i drevnostei pri Voronezhskom gosudarstvennom universitete, now in Voronezhskii oblastnoi khudozhestvenni muzei im. Kramskogo, 29. (Probably from Deir el-Medîna.)

Khodzhash, S. I. and Etingof, O. E. (eds.), Drevneegipetskie pamyatniki iz muzeev SSSR. Katalog vstavki (Moscow, 1991), 53 [104] fig.; Berlev, O. and Hodjash, S. Catalogue of the Monuments of Ancient Egypt [etc.], 58 [v. 21] pl. 83.

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Bust, dedicated by Hori rwj, Servant of the King, black stone, New Kingdom, formerly in Kennedy colln. and in London, Spink & Son Ltd., in mid-1920s.

Spink & Son, Ltd. Egyptian Antiquities from the MacGregor, etc. Collections fig. on 23 [lower right].

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Head, possibly from ancestral bust, Dyn. XVIII, at Sotheby's in 1991.

Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 3, 1991, No. 52 fig.

Wood.

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Bust, probably Dyn. XIX-XX, in Brit. Mus. EA 65666.

See Keith-Bennett in Bull. Egyptol. Seminar 3 (1981), 55 [near bottom].

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Bust, probably Dyn. XIX-XX, in London, Petrie Museum, 16549.

Petrie, Amulets 36 [159a] pl. xxix (as Dyn. XVII).



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