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

Woman

Standing.
Stone.

801-670-020
Negro woman, arms lost, stucco, Dyn. XIX, formerly in D. M. Fouquet colln. and in Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, in 1922, now in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.47.
Collection ... Fouquet. Art égyptien [etc.], 1ère vente, Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, June 12-14, 1922, No. 62 pl. iv (as Dyn. XVIII); Chassinat, Les Antiquités égyptiennes de la Collection Fouquet (1922), 25 pl. xiv (as Dyn. XVIII); Steindorff, Cat. 46 [128] pl. xvii. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 646.

801-670-022
Woman, left arm and feet lost, with remains of text on back pillar mentioning Ptah-Sokari-Osiris, 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.392.
Steindorff, Cat. 42 [115] pls. xxiii, cxii. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 647.

801-670-030
Statue of a queen, probably as God's wife of Amun, or Ahmosi Nefertere (wife of Amosis), greywacke, probably Dyn. XIX, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 10114.
Aeg. und Vorderasiat. Alterthümer Taf. 44 (as 3rd Int. Period); Burlington Cat. (1895), 106 [36] pl. i [2] (as 3rd Int. Period); Ausf. Verz. 246 Abb. 50 (as Late Period); von Bissing, Denkmäler, Text to Taf. 47 [fig.] (as Late Period); Fechheimer, Kleinplastik 40 Taf. 101 (as Dyn. XXV); Schäfer and Andrae, Kunst (1925), 625 Abb. 423 [right]; (1930), 661 Abb. 438 [right] (both as Dyn. XXV); (1942), 693 Abb. 434 [right] (as Dyn. XXVI); Murray, Sculpture pl. xliii [2]; Wolf, Kunst Abb. 647 (as Dyn. XXVI); Führer (1961), 75 Abb. 50 (as Dyn. XXV-XXVI); Griffiths, J. G. in JEA 47 (1961), 118 pl. ix [2] (as Ptolemaic); Michalowski, Art fig. 588 (as Dyn. XXV); Gudar ... Göteborg No. 335 pl. 27 (as temp. Ramesses II); Konstmuseet i Ateneum Helsingfors. Det eviga Egypten. Aegyptus aeterna (1973), No. 211 fig. 19 (as temp. Ramesses II); I. M[üller] in Schmitz, B. Nofret - die Schöne. Die Frau im Alten Ägypten (Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, 15. Juli - 4. November 1985), Cat. 158 fig. (as Dyn. XIX or XXI-XXV); Art Treasures. Exhibition ... Tokyo Cat. No. 38 figs. (as Dyn. XIX or XXI-XXV); Finneiser, K. in Äg. Mus. (1991), No. 88 figs.; Schmidt, H. C. and Willeitner, J. Nefertari, Gemahlin Ramses' II. (1994), 11, 43 Abb. 58; Wildung, Egyptian Art in Berlin 36 fig. 29; id. in Grimm, A. et al. Pharao. Kunst und Herrschaft im alten Ägypten (1997), 163 [121] fig. (as serpentine). Upper part, Wenig, Die Frau pl. 91 [left] (as Dyn. XXII-XXIII); Aldred in Leclant, L'Empire des Conquérants 186 fig. 372; Priese in Antike Welt 21 (1990), Sonderheft, 27 Abb. 13; Holthoer, R. in Muinainen Egypti - hetki iskusuudesta (Tampere, Tampere Art Museum, 30.8.1993 - 2.1.1994), Cat. 114 fig. Head, Schäfer, Ägyptische Goldschmiedearbeiten 59 Abb. 52 (as Late Period). See Lindblad in Bibliotheca Orientalis l (1993), 368 (as temp. Ramesses II).

801-670-035
Woman, probably a princess, head, arms and lower legs lost, from a group statue, calcite, temp. Amenophis IV, in Bolton, Bolton Museum and Art Gallery.

801-670-040
A King's wife (probably Esinefert 3st-nfrt, queen of Ramesses II), upper part and feet lost, with Khaemweset -m-w3st (son of Ramesses II) in relief next to her left leg, quartzite, in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.7500.
Capart in Chron. d'Ég. xvii (1942), 77 figs. 4-6 (allegedly from Lord Amherst colln.); Schmidt, H. C. and Willeitner, J. Nefertari, Gemahlin Ramses' II. (1994), 28, 42, Abb. 32. Text and figure of Khaemweset, Gomaà, Chaemwese 93 [96] Abb. 33 [c] (as probably from Saqqâra). Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. ii, 855 [312]. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 618 (as felspar).

801-670-050
Woman holding flower, 2nd half of Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo Mus. CG 813 (JE 27326). (From Thebes.)
Borchardt, Statuen iii, 107-8 Bl. 150. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 657.

801-670-200
Teye Tjj , King's great wife (of Amenophis III), etc., lost from knees down, steatite, temp. Amenophis III, formerly in M. Brocklehurst colln., now in Macclesfield, West Park Museum and Art Gallery, 1899.77.
David, The Macclesfield Collection [etc.], 59 [H.10] figs.; Aldred in Artibus Aegypti. Studia ... Bothmer 9-10 figs. 2, 3; Edwards Notebook, 126 [upper left], 126A, 127. Text, Fischer in GM 95 (1987), 42 fig. 3. See Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 36-7.

801-670-250
Nasha N, dedicated by son Ramesesnakht R-ms-s-ntw , General, etc. (in relief next to Nasha's left leg) and daughter Takha(t) T3- (t), with text mentioning Ankhtaui, glazed schist, temp. Ramesses II, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.11523. (Probably from the Memphite area.)
Boreux, Guide ii, 556 pl. lxxii [right]; Encycl. phot. Louvre pl. 84 (as end of Dyn. XVIII); Pijoán, Summa Artis iii (1945), fig. 365; Vandier, Guide (1948), 54 on pl. xii [2]; (1952), 55 on pl. xii [2]; (1973), 104 pl. xiii; id. Manuel iii, 675 pl. clxviii [4]; Richter, G. M. A. Korai. Archaic Greek Maidens 4 pl. i [e]; id. in Das Altertum 17 (1971), 15 Abb. 11; 19 (1973), 79 Abb. 6; Berlandini in BIFAO 79 (1979), 255-9 [3] pls. lii, liii; Archives phot. E. 322 (3 photographs). Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. vii, 115 [451].

801-670-270
Woman (probably a princess), head and base with feet lost, from a pair or group statue, temp. Amenophis IV, formerly in D. M. Fouquet colln. and in Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, in 1922, now in Philadelphia PA, The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, E 14349. (Probably from el-Amârna.)
Collection ... Fouquet. Art égyptien [etc.], 1ère vente, Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, June 12-14, 1922, No. 11 pl. ii; Ranke in Penn. Mus. Bull. xv [2-3] (Nov. 1950), 68 fig. 42; Vandier, Manuel iii, 642 pl. cxii [6] (from Ranke); Aldred, Akhenaten and Nefertiti No. 106 figs.; Egypt (University Museum, Philadelphia) [n. d.], fig. on 12th p.; The search for ancient Egypt in The Pennsylvania Gazette 77 [5] (March 1979), fig. on 31 [bottom right]; Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 144-5 Taf. 14 [b]; Arnold, Do. The Royal Women of Amarna. Images of Beauty from Ancient Egypt (1996), 134 [37] fig. 121. See Chassinat, Les Antiquités égyptiennes de la Collection Fouquet (1922), 20.

801-670-280
A queen, left half of upper part only, calcite, Dyn. XIX, in St. Albans, Museum of St. Albans.

801-670-290
Hatshepsut 3t-pswt, Songstress of Amun-Re, feet lost, schist, 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 2710.
Donadoni in Donadoni Roveri, Monumental Art 153-4 pl. 227; Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 115 fig. See Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 381; Vandier, Manuel iii, 610 (as Middle Kingdom inscribed during the New Kingdom).

801-670-320
Woman, late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, at Christie's in 1986 and in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1988-9.
Christie Sale Cat. Dec. 10, 1986, No. 178 fig.; Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt xv (Jan. 1988), No. 20 fig.; Charles Ede Ltd. Antiquities 147 (April 1989), No. 26 fig.

801-670-340
Tjuia Tj3, nude, dedicated by father Harhotep rw-tp, steatite, probably Dyn. XVIII, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price and W. R. Hearst collns. and at Sotheby's in 1911 and 1939.
Hilton Price, Cat. ii, 20 [4160] pl. vii. See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hilton-Price), July 12-21, 1911, No. 71; ib. (Hearst), July 11-12, 1939, No. 63.

801-670-360
Woman, lower legs lost, late Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX, 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. 407 fig.; Apollo cxxi [275] (Jan. 1985), Advertisements, fig. on 37 [upper left]; cxxi [276] (Feb. 1985), Advertisements, fig. on 35 [upper left]; cxxi [277] (March 1985), Advertisements, fig. on 88 [upper left].

801-670-370
Woman, head, right forearm and feet lost, probably Dyn. XIX, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1989.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 23, 1989, No. 48 fig. (as probably temp. Ramesses II).

801-670-400
Statue of nude princess standing holding pomegranate(?) in right hand, temp. Amenophis IV, in private possession in 1997. (Probably from el-Amârna..)
Schoske, S. in Grimm, A. et al. Pharao. Kunst und Herrschaft im alten Ägypten (1997), 93 [67] fig. on 92.

Wood.

801-670-510
Beketmut B3kt-mwt, nude, dedicated by father Nufer Nfr and mother Mes Ms, late Dyn. XVIII, formerly in A. Raifé colln., now in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 657.
Tzachou-Alexandri, O. The World of Egypt in the National Archaeological Museum (1995), 111 [xix, 2] fig. Text, Mallet in Rec. Trav. xviii (1896), 15 [529]. See Lenormant, Description des antiquités ... collection ... Raifé (1867), No. 311.

801-670-511
Woman, inscribed, 2nd half of Dyn. XVIII, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 208.
Tzachou-Alexandri, O. The World of Egypt in the National Archaeological Museum (1995), 113 [xx, 5] fig.

801-670-512
Woman, Dyn. XVIII, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 210.
Tzachou-Alexandri, O. The World of Egypt in the National Archaeological Museum (1995), 113 [xx, 6] fig.

801-670-520
Woman, feet lost, Dyn. XIX, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.14.
Steindorff, Cat. 45 [124] pl. xvii; The Walters Art Gallery Bulletin 41 [6] (June/Aug. 1988), fig. on 11 [left]. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 646.

801-670-522
Nude woman, lower legs lost, probably 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.256. (Allegedly from Asyû.)
Steindorff, Cat. 45 [126] pl. xvii. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 647.

801-670-530
Woman, with modern(?) inscribed base, Dyn. XIX, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 4651.
Aeg. und Vorderasiat. Alterthümer Taf. 19 [right]; Maspero, Hist. anc. ii, fig. on 532 [right]; Steindorff, Die Blütezeit des Pharaonenreichs (1900), Abb. 103 [right] (as Dyn. XVIII); id. Kunst 319 fig. on 216 [left] (as Dyn. XVIII); Fechheimer, Plastik (1914), 28, 42 Taf. 74-5; (1923), 28, 41 Taf. 74-5; Griffith in Hammerton, J. A. Universal History of the World i, fig. on 678 [upper right] (as Dyn. XVIII); Hermann and Schwan, Äg. Kleinkunst figs. on 53, 55 and frontispiece; Donadoni, Arte Egizia 68 figs. 106-7; Pirenne, Hist. civ. ii, 541-2 pl. 93 between 388-9; Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 940 (as from Memphis); Kischkewitz, H. in Äg. Mus. (1991), No. 91 fig. (as Nehi and from Memphis). See Ausf. Verz. 144; Vandier, Manuel iii, 648.

801-670-532
Woman, feet lost, late Dyn. XVIII, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 8041.
Aeg. und Vorderasiat. Alterthümer Taf. 19 [left]; Ausf. Verz. 144 Abb. 30a; Steindorff, Die Blütezeit des Pharaonenreichs (1900), Abb. 103 [left]; Fechheimer, Plastik (1914), 28, 42 Taf. 73; (1923), 28, 41 Taf. 73; Vandier, Manuel iii, 648 pl. cxli [5] (as temp. Amenophis III); Führer (1961), 69 Abb. 30 [left]; Allam in Das Altertum 16 (1970), fig. on 68; Konstmuseet i Ateneum Helsingfors. Det eviga Egypten. Aegyptus aeterna (1973), No. 291 fig. 29; Egyiptomi mvészet No. 37 fig. 25; Sofia. Izlozhba Vechniyat Egipet (1975), vitr. 9 [6] fig.; Kischkewitz, H. in Äg. Mus. (1991), No. 92 fig. (as from Thebes).

801-670-534
Nude girl, left forearm, right arm and feet lost, possibly a mirror-handle, late Dyn. XVIII, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 12463.
Schäfer in ZÄS 55 (1918), 44 Abb. 1, 2 (as temp. Amenophis III); Fechheimer, Kleinplastik 31 Taf. 60; Ranke, The Art of Ancient Egypt and Breasted, Geschichte Aegyptens (1936), 147. See Ausf. Verz. 144; Vandier, Manuel iii, 648.

801-670-540
Nude girl holding animal or bird(?) in left hand, possibly a mirror-handle, late Dyn. XVIII, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1859. (Possibly from Memphis.)
Maspero, Hist. anc. ii, fig. on 533 [right] (as in Turin); id. Essais 237 fig. 77 (as in Turin); id. Eg. Art 186 pl. facing 186 [right] (as in Turin); id. Égypte 209 fig. 392 (as in Turin); Capart, Les Débuts de l'art en Égypte 35-6 fig. 12; von Bissing, Denkmäler, Text to Taf. 50 [4th fig.]; Fechheimer, Kleinplastik 31 Taf. 65; Aldred, N.K. Art (1951), pls. 164-5; (1961), pls. 166-7; Vandier, Manuel iii, 649 pl. cxli [6, 7] (from Aldred); Curto, L'Egitto antico 117 [199] Tav. 56 (as Dyn. XIX); id. in Pelagio Palagi, artista e collezionista (Bologna, Museo Civico, April-June 1976), No. 519 fig. (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX); id. L'Antico Egitto fig. on 452 [right] (as Dyn. XIX); Müller, H. W. in Encyclopedia of World Art iv, pl. 378 [left upper right]; Bresciani, Collezione 51-2 Tav. 25-6 (as mid-Dyn. XVIII and probably from Thebes); M. P. C[esaretti] in Il senso dell'arte No. 91 figs. (as Dyn. XIX and probably from Thebes); Morigi Govi, C. and Tovoli, S. (eds.), In visita alla ... Collezione egiziana No. 11 figs.; Pernigotti, La collezione egiziana 78 fig.; id. in Morigi Govi, C. and Vitali, D. Il Museo Civico Archeologico di Bologna (1982), 141 col. pl. on 47; Gardiner MSS. 28.49-56 (photos.); Petrie Ital. photo. 83; H. W. Müller Archive 6 [II/2113-16] (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX). See Kminek-Szedlo, Cat. 162.

801-670-550
Nude girl, late Dyn. XVIII, formerly in R. Hay colln., now in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 72.4152.
Dunham, D. The Egyptian Department and its Excavations (1958), 10 fig. 1. See Bonomi, Catalogue of the Collection of Egyptian Antiquities ... Robert Hay (1869), No. 488.

801-670-560
Female statuette, feet lost, wood, late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 54.29.
Brooklyn Mus. Ann. Rep. 1953-4 fig. on 17 [left]; Five Years 7-10 [9B] pls. 22-3; Cooney in Brooklyn Mus. Bull. xvii [2] (1956), 6-8 figs. 5-7. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 654.

801-670-570
Nude woman, head, arms and lower legs lost, probably late Dyn. XVIII, in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.7261.
Capart, Limites 43 pl. iv [4]; FERE photo. 17793. See Lefebvre, F. and Van Rinsveld, B. L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes 140.

801-670-580
Nude woman, right arm lost, probably Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo Mus. CG 775.
Borchardt, Statuen iii, 86 Bl. 143. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 657.

801-670-581
Nude woman, arms lost, probably Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo Mus. CG 776.
See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 86; Vandier, Manuel iii, 657.

801-670-582
Nude woman, New Kingdom, in Cairo Mus. CG 777.
See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 86-7; Vandier, Manuel iii, 657.

801-670-584
Nude girl Wadj... W3d......, late Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo Mus. CG 800 (JE 4959).
Borchardt, Statuen iii, 99 Bl. 147; Vandier, Manuel iii, 657 pl. clxx [5]; Wildung and Schoske, Nofret - die Schöne. Die Frau im Alten Ägypten (Haus der Kunst München, 15. Dezember 1984 - 10. Februar 1985, etc.), Cat. 44 fig.

801-670-600
Woman, ebony, early Dyn. XVIII, in Darmstadt, Hessisches Landesmuseum, Ae: II, 18.
Von Droste zu Hülshoff and Schlick-Nolte, Aegyptiaca diversa i. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum, Museen der Rhein-Main-Region, Lieferung 1, 11-13 figs. See Landesmuseum Darmstadt. Kunst- und historische Sammlungen. Verzeichnis der ägyptischen Sammlung (1925), 7 [18] (as deity and Middle Kingdom).

801-670-610
Nude woman, feet with base lost, probably Dyn. XVIII, in Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Skulpturensammlung, Inv. Z.V.2600 C.604.
Raumschüssel, M. Ägyptische Altertümer aus der Skulpturensammlung Dresden (1977), 48 [123] Abb. 30 (as probably Middle Kingdom).

801-670-620
Nude woman, 2nd half of Dyn. XVIII, in Durham, Oriental Museum, N.521.
See Birch, Cat. ... Alnwick Castle 74.

801-670-630
Nude Negress, acacia wood, probably Dyn. XVIII, in Geneva, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire, D 227.
Wild in Bulletin mensuel des musées et collections de la ville de Genève ii [7] (July-Aug. 1945), 2nd p. fig. 3; Maystre, Égypte antique (1963), fig. on 24 [left].

801-670-690
Woman, feet and base lost, late Dyn. XVIII, in Karlsruhe, Badisches Landesmuseum, 69.64.
Thimme in Jahrbuch der Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen im Baden-Württemberg vii (1970), 113 [1] fig. 1; id. Antike Meisterwerke im Karlsruher Schloss (1986), 50 [12] fig. (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX); Mollekopf, H. in Gamer-Wallert and Grieshammer, Ägyptische Kunst 93 [13] fig. on 44 (as end of Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX); Petrasch, E. (ed.), Bildkatalog (1976), No. 15 pl.

801-670-700
Nude woman, arms and base with feet lost, New Kingdom, in Langres, Musée du Breuil de Saint-Germain, SB 258-78. (Probably from Thebes.)
Tisserand, G. L'Égypte dans les collections des musées de Langres (1979), No. 29 fig. See Catalogue du musée fondé et administré par la Société historique et archéologique de Langres (1902), 107 [2]; (1931), 119 [2].

801-670-710
Woman, Dyn. XIX, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AH.115 (with papyrus with letter to the dead, addressed to woman Ankhiry n-jrjj , Inv. AMS.64). (Probably from Saqqâra.)
Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 13 [D.132] pl. xxiv; Roeder, Der Ausklang der ägyptischen Religion [etc.], 282 Abb. 23; Artefact 37 pl. 55 [1]; Schneider, Een brief voor Anchiry figs. on 2, 44, front and back covers; id. Art from Ancient Egypt Cat. No. 69 fig.; id. and Raven, De Egyptische Oudheid 107 [103] fig.; Raven, Papyrus. Van bies tot boekrol fig. 38; id. Schrift en schrijvers in het Oude Egypte 9, 14, 52-4 [19] fig. on 52. See Leemans, Descr. rais. 60 [D.132]; Boeser, Beschreibung xii, 10 [54]; id. Cat. (1907), 155 [357].

801-670-712
Nude woman, base with feet lost, late Dyn. XVIII, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AH.167. (Apparently found in model coffin.)
Boeser, Beschreibung xii, 8 [38] Taf. ix; van Wijngaarden, Meesterwerken 106 pl. 57; Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 847; Amsterdam. 5000 jaar No. 91 fig. 28; Klasens, Egyptische kunst 26 [44] pl.; Artefact 37 pl. 55 [2]; Schneider and Raven, De Egyptische Oudheid 107 [104] fig. and pl. on 27 (as from Thebes); Schneider, Een brief voor Anchiry fig. on 32; id. Art from Ancient Egypt Cat. No. 75; id. Egyptisch kunsthandwerk 56-8 [21] figs. on 57 and back cover; H. W. Müller Archive 12 [90/26]. See Leemans, Descr. rais. 60 [D.140], 213 [P. 579]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 122 [245]; Vandier, Manuel iii, 671 [as D.579].

801-670-714
Nude woman, base and right foot lost, New Kingdom, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AH.196.
Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 13 [D.135] pl. xxiv. See id. Descr. rais. 60 [D.135]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 155 [356]; id. Beschreibung xii, 8 [41].

801-670-716
Titi Tjtj, nude, dedicated by father Hati 3tj and mother Pa-ihu Pjj-jw, mid-Dyn. XVIII, formerly in J. B. De Lescluze colln., now in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. L.IX.6.
Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 13 [D.130] pl. xxiv; Boeser, Beschreibung xii, 7-8 [36] Taf. viii; Pijoan, J. History of Art i, 52 fig. 84; Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 937; Schneider and Raven, De Egyptische Oudheid 107 [105] fig.; Schneider, Egyptisch kunsthandwerk 56-8 [21] fig. on 56. See Catalogue d'une collection d'antiquités égyptiennes, dont la vente se fera à Anvers, le 5 juillet 1826 (De Lescluze), 24 [6]; Leemans, Descr. rais. 60 [D.130]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 155 [355]; Vandier, Manuel iii, 671 [D.130] (as end of Dyn. XVIII or beginning of Dyn. XIX).

801-670-720
Woman, late Dyn. XVIII, formerly in Comte de Pourtalès-Gorgier and Lord Amherst collns. and at Sotheby's in 1921, now in Lisbon, Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, Inv. 121B.
Sotheby Sale Cat. (Amherst), June 13-17, 1921, No. 385 pl. xi; Anc. Eg. Sculpture ... Gulbenkian 7 [7] pls. xi [left], xii [left]; Eg. Sculpture ... Gulbenkian 20 [11] figs. on 51-2; The Illustrated London News March 19, 1949, fig. on 385 [upper right]; Calouste Gulbenkian Museum. Catalogue (1989), 22 [13] fig. facing 20; Museu Calouste Gulbenkian. Roteiro 1 (1969), No. 13 fig. on 167; Assam, M. H. Arte egípcia Cat. 13 fig. on 59. See Dubois, J. J. Description des Antiques ... Pourtalès-Gorgier (1841), No. 918; Vente de la Galerie Pourtalès. Catalogue des objets d'art (Feb. 6 - March 21, 1865), No. 945.

801-670-730
Statue of woman holding [an object in left hand], wood, late Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 2375.
Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 237-8 pl. xxxix [4, 5] (as temp. Tuthmosis IV or Amenophis III); 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. 1 figs. (as temp. Amenophis III). See Vandier, Manuel iii, 652.

801-670-731
Statuette of Rashat R-3t (?), Female servant (mt), wood, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 2376.
Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 238 pl. xli [1, 2] (as shabti). See Guide, 4th to 6th 24; Vandier, Manuel iii, 652.

801-670-735
Statuette of nude girl holding kitten, probably a mirror-handle, wood, late Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 32733.
Richer, Le Nu 116, 118 fig. 126 [left]; Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 236 pl. xxxix [1-3]; id. in The Encyclopaedia Britannica (14th ed. 1929), vol. 8, pl. xi [7] facing 64; Budge, The Mummy (1925), pl. xiii [3]; Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 904; Malek, The Cat in Ancient Egypt fig. 45; 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. 79 figs. (one reversed) (as temp. Amenophis III). See Guide, 4th to 6th 24; Vandier, Manuel iii, 652.

801-670-737
Statuette of nude girl, forearms with [tray of food?] lost, wood, temp. Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, EA 32741.
Richer, Le Nu 116, 118 fig. 126 [right]; Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 236-7 pl. xl [2, 3]; 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. 77 figs. See Guide, 4th to 6th 24; Vandier, Manuel iii, 652.

801-670-739
Nude girl, with right hand raised, late Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 32743.
Fechheimer, Kleinplastik 31 Taf. 68; Budge, The Mummy (1925), pl. xiii [2]; Richer, Le Nu 116, 118 fig. 126 [middle left]; Schäfer and Andrae, Kunst (1925), 607 Abb. 330 [3]; (1930), 643 Abb. 342 [3]; (1942), 669 Abb. 342 [3]; Ragai, L'Art 72 pl. 15 [32, right]. See Guide, 4th to 6th 24; Vandier, Manuel iii, 671 [II, N.E.I] (as Petrie Museum).

801-670-741
Statuette of nude Negro woman, wood, late Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 32749.
Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 237 pl. xl [1]; Bakr, M. I. in Endesfelder, E. et al. (eds.), Ägypten und Kusch 60 Abb. 4; 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. 78 figs. (as temp. Amenophis III). See Vandier, Manuel iii, 652.

801-670-743
Statuette of woman holding bouquet against her chest in her left hand, and lotus-flower in her right hand, wood, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 32772.
Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 238 pl. xli [3, 4]; id. in The Encyclopaedia Britannica (14th ed. 1929), vol. 8, pl. xi [6] facing 64; Beekman, W. B. Hout in alle tijden i, figs. 7.97-8; Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 134 fig. See Guide, 4th to 6th 24 (as Dyn. XVIII); Vandier, Manuel iii, 652.

801-670-750
Woman, probably 2nd half of Dyn. XVIII, formerly in G. Acerbi colln., now in Mantua, Galleria e Museo di Palazzo Ducale, Inv. 215.
Donatelli, La raccolta egizia di Giuseppe Acerbi No. 3 figs. (as temp. Tuthmosis III to Amenophis III).

801-670-760
Nude woman, Dyn. XVIII-XIX, formerly in V. Golenishchev colln. 1009, now in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 4770.
Mal'mberg and Turaev, Opisanie 41-2 [52] pl. v [3]; Pavlov, Egipetskaya skul'ptura 56-7 pl. 35b; Hodjache, Antiquités pl. 7 (as Old Kingdom). See Vandier, Manuel iii, 679.

801-670-770
Nude girl (holding a vase or similar), left arm, right forearm and lower right leg lost, late Dyn. XVIII, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln. H.74, now in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 2957. (Probably from Thebes.)
Äg. Sammlung (1966), 40 [ÄS 2957] Abb.; Staatl. Sammlung (1972), 81-2 pl. 44 [right]; Seipel, Bilder für die Ewigkeit No. 85 figs. See Staatl. Sammlung (1976), 86.

801-670-780
Woman, Dyn. XIX or later, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 64.218.
See Fischer in MMA Bull. N.S. xxiv (1965-6), 54.

801-670-785
Woman, Dyn. XIX, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1972.118.37.

801-670-790
Nay N3jj, dedicated by brother Ptahmay Pt-mjj, Servant, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari-Osiris, late Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, N.871.
Duranty in Gazette des Beaux-Arts 2e Pér. xix (1879) [1], 210 fig. on 211; Perrot and Chipiez, Hist. de l'Art i, fig. 50 (as Ramesside); Maspero in Rayet, O. Monuments de l'art antique Livraison I, pl. xv [left] with pp. 1-2; id. L'Arch. ég. (1887), 262-3 fig. 240; (1907), 270-1 fig. 261; id. Essais 217-21 fig. 72 [left]; id. Eg. Art 172-4 pl. facing 172 [left] (all as Dyn. XVIII-XIX); Schäfer, Äg. Kunst 27 fig. 4; Fechheimer, Kleinplastik 31 Taf. 64; Springer, A. Die Kunst des Altertums (1923), 46 Abb. 116; Richer, Le Nu 118 fig. 127; Grousset, R. The Civilizations of the East i. The Near and Middle East (1931), fig. 52; Boreux, Guide ii, 486-7 pl. lxviii [left]; Capart, L'Art ég. ii, pl. 336; Pijoán, Summa Artis iii (1945), fig. 366; Vandier, Manuel iii, 673 pl. cxl [6] (as end of Dyn. XVIII or beginning of Dyn. XIX); Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 934; Lambrino, M. L'Égypte fig. on 54 [right] (as Maï); Eg. Mythology fig. on 120 (as Maï); Suzuki, Sculpture pl. 23 (as Dyn. XIX); Michalowski, Égypte fig. on 61 (as Dyn. XIX); Ziegler, C. Le Louvre. Les antiquités égyptiennes (1990), fig. on 57 [left]; Kanawaty in Mémoires d'Égypte. Hommage de l'Europe à Champollion fig. on 159 (reversed); Leclant in Archéologia 265 (Feb. 1991), fig. on 22; Narváez Calero, J. and Álvarez-Mon Sánchez, J. in Revista de Arqueología xii [128] (1991), fig. on 50 [lower]; Archives phot. E.550; H. W. Müller Archive 21 [82/15]; erný MSS. 2.548 (with text). Upper part, Maruéjol, F. L'Art égyptien au Louvre (1991), fig. on 55 [upper left]. See Champollion, Notice descriptive des monumens égyptiens du Musée Charles X. (1827), 68-9 [G.85]; Vandier, Guide (1948), 47; (1952), 48; (1973), 91.

801-670-792
Woman holding lotus flower, probably 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, N.1578.
Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 939; Delange, E. in La Vie au bord du Nil au temps des Pharaons. Calais, Nov. 1980 - Fév. 1981, No. 93 fig. See Vandier, Guide (1948), 43; (1952), 44; (1973), 83; id. Manuel iii, 673.

801-670-794
Nude girl, parts of feet and base lost, late Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, N.1582.
Richer, Le Nu 118 fig. 131; Grousset, R. The Civilizations of the East i. The Near and Middle East (1931), fig. 43; Encycl. phot. Louvre pl. 65; Vandier in Musées de France April 1948, front cover; id. Guide (1948), 47 pl. x [3]; (1952), 48 pl. x [3] (as 2 in caption in error); (1973), 91 pl. xxii; id. Eg. Sculpture pl. 57; id. Sculpture ... Louvre 19th pl. [upper right]; id. Manuel iii, 673 pl. cxli [3]; Bendow, P. Stormaktstidens Egypt 2nd pl. after 152 [left]; Pirenne, Hist. civ. ii, 542 pl. 94 facing 389; Vercoutter in Grimal, P. Histoire mondiale de la femme. Préhistoire et antiquité pl. facing 73 [left]; Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 938; Michalowski, Art fig. 376; Barbotin, C. in Aménophis III (Connaissance des Arts no. hors série, 1993), fig. 19 [foreground] on 22; Archives phot. E.571. See Boreux, Guide ii, 486.

801-670-796
Nude girl holding cat, probably a mirror-handle, late Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, N.1603.
Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 905. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 673.

801-670-798
Nude woman, mid- to late Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, A.F.1700.
Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 941.

801-670-800
Woman, late Dyn. XVIII, formerly in Strasbourg, Ägyptische Sammlung der Kaiser Wilhelms-Universität, 1390. (Said to come from Tûna el-Gebel.)
Spiegelberg, Ausgewählte Kunst-Denkmäler der aegyptischen Sammlung ... Strassburg 6 [9] Taf. v.

801-670-801
Statuette of woman, feet lost, wood, Dyn. XIX, in Strasbourg, Institut d'Égyptologie, 2730.
See Lehnardt, R. in La Femme dans l'Égypte Ancienne (Institut d'Égyptologie de Strasbourg, etc., 1994), 17 [13] (as 2750).

801-670-810
A queen, probably Ahmosi Nefertere J -ms Nfrt-jrj, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 1388.
Donadoni Roveri, Museo Egizio fig. on 16 [lower left]; Donadoni in Donadoni Roveri, Monumental Art pl. 251 (reversed); Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 133 fig. (reversed). See Orcurti, Cat. ii, 95 [84]; Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 108; Vandier, Manuel iii, 644.

801-670-811
A queen, probably Ahmosi Nefertere J -ms Nfrt-jrj, feet lost, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 1389.
Donadoni in Donadoni Roveri, Monumental Art 168 pl. 252. See Orcurti, Cat. ii, 95 [85]; Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 108; Vandier, Manuel iii, 644.

801-670-820
Woman, arms and feet lost, probably late Dyn. XVIII, in Warsaw, Muzeum Narodowe, Inv. 143343 (on loan from Paris, Musée National du Louvre, A.F.1682).
Bernhard, M. L. Sztuka starozytna z Muzeum Luwru (1960), 29 [15] pl. iv (as Middle Kingdom).

801-670-840
Woman, arms lost, probably New Kingdom, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1993.
Bonhams. Antiquities. Sale Cat. April 29, 1993, No. 221 [1st item] fig.

801-670-841
Woman, right arm almost completely lost, possibly Dyn. XIX, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1994-5.
Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. July 5, 1994, No. 359 fig.; Dec. 6, 1994, No. 245 fig.; Bonhams. Antiquities. Sale Cat. April 25, 1995, No. 296 fig.

801-670-850
Woman (rather than man), probably princess, arms and lower legs lost, temp. Amenophis IV, formerly in E. Brummer colln. and at Sotheby's in 1964.
Sotheby Sale Cat. (E. Brummer), Nov. 16-17, 1964, No. 114 figs.; Ernest Brummer Colln. ii, No. 508 fig. (as man). See Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 148-9 [3].

801-670-870
Woman, toes and base lost, Dyn. XIX, formerly in G. Fitzgerald Keller colln. and at Christie's (New York) in 1980.
Christie, Manson & Woods International Inc. (New York) Sale Cat. (Dec. 13, 1980), No. 147 fig.

801-670-880
Female statuette, arms and feet lost, wood, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Drouot-Montaigne, in 2003.
Drouot-Montaigne Sale Cat. March 17-18, 2003, No. 641 fig.

801-670-920
Woman, base lost, probably New Kingdom, in Beverly Hills (Calif.), Superior Galleries, in 1993.
Superior Galleries. Fine Antiquities Auction. June 8-9, 1993, No. 664 fig. (as Dyn. XII).

801-670-930
Statuette of nude young woman, wood, probably late Dyn. XVIII, in The Thalassic Collection, Ltd. in 2002.
G. R[obins] in Lacovara, P. et al. The Collector's Eye: Masterpieces of Egyptian Art from The Thalassic Collection, Ltd. (2001), Cat. 50 fig.

801-670-950
Female statuette, arms and legs mostly lost, Dyn. XIX, in private possession in Belgium in 1991.
R. T[efnin] in Van Nijl tot Schelde Cat. 171 fig.

Silver.

801-671-200
Woman, on stepped base with cartouche, probably of Menkheperre (Tuthmosis III), small, silver, gold and wood, probably temp. Tuthmosis III or later, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AO.11c.
Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 13 [D.134] pl. xxiv; Raven in Schneider (ed.), Rijksmuseum van Oudheden (1981), 68 [13] fig.; Schneider and Raven, De Egyptische Oudheid 83 [71] fig. See Leemans, Descr. rais. 60 [D.134]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 152 [329]; id. Beschreibung xii, 7 [35].

Bronze.

801-671-300
Nude girl, Dyn. XVIII, formerly in Edwin Smith colln., now in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 37.366E.
Vandier, Manuel iii, 653 pls. cxl [4], clxviii [3]. See NYHS Cat. 83 [52] (as Ptolemaic or Roman Period).

801-671-350
A queen, arms and feet lost, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 54388.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 316 [399, c] Abb. 407; Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 80 fig.; Shaw and Nicholson, British Museum Dictionary of Ancient Egypt fig. on 238 (as late New Kingdom).

801-671-370
Woman, probably beginning of Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.17338.
Vandier in La Revue du Louvre 17 (1967), 306-7 fig. 9; Ziegler, C. in La Revue du Louvre xlv [1] (1996), 31 fig. 3. See id. Manuel iii, 604 (as Middle Kingdom); Vingt ans 23 [102]; de Cenival, J.-L. in BSFÉ 51 (1968), 9 [middle] (as 1st half of Dyn. XVIII).

801-671-450
Woman, perhaps New Kingdom, in private possession in Prague in mid-1950s.
ába in Forman, W. and B. Exotic Art figs. on 18, 50.

Ivory.

801-671-620
Statuette of nude girl, ivory, late Dyn. XVIII, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 40.126.2. (Probably from Thebes, allegedly from tomb of Tutankhamun.)
Riefstahl in Brooklyn Museum Journal (1943-4), 10 pl. 3 [6] (as 40.126); Cooney in Brooklyn Mus. Bull. x [1] (1948), 13-16 figs. 9, 10; Aldred, N.K. Art (1951), 95 pls. 162-3; (1961), 91 pls. 164-5 (both as 40.126 and probably temp. Tutankhamun); Eg. Art ... Brooklyn fig. 32; Joel, S. and Bianchi, Egyptian Treasures No. 9 pl. (faience 'base' with name of Amenophis III, 40.126.1, does not belong); Hoving, Tutankhamun, the Untold Story 30th pl. after 128 [top]. Head, Riefstahl, People of the Black Land, Egypt Ser. i, No. 2, 2nd fig. [left lower]. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 653.

801-671-750
Nude woman, late Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.16268.
Boreux in Mon. Piot xxxix (1943), 19-26 pl. ii [a, b] (as temp. Amenophis IV); Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 849. See Vandier, Guide (1948 and 1952), 47; id. Manuel iii, 676.

801-671-800
Nude woman, right arm, left hand, lower left leg and feet lost (now partly restored), probably late Dyn. XVIII or 3rd Int. Period, formerly in Comtesse M. de Béhague and Marquis de Ganay collns. and at Sotheby's (Monaco) in 1987, now in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.27429.
Capart, Documents ii, 54 pl. 57 (as temp. Amenophis III); Boreux in Mon. Piot xxxix (1943), 26 pl. ii [c] (from Capart) (as Dyn. XVIII); Ragai, L'Art 128 pl. 46 [80]; Gilbert, La Poésie égyptienne pl. ix; Antiquités et Objets d'Art. Collection de Martine, Comtesse de Béhague [etc.] (Sotheby's Monaco S.A. Sale Cat. Dec. 5, 1987), No. 67 figs. (as New Kingdom to Ptolemaic); Ziegler, C. Le Louvre. Les antiquités égyptiennes (1990), fig. on 74 [left] (as 3rd Int. Period); G. A[ndreu] in Andreu, G. et al. L'Égypte ancienne au Louvre (1997), 181-2 fig. (as probably Dyn. XXII); Calmettes, M.-A. in Archéologia 341 (Jan. 1998), fig. on 40 (as probably Dyn. XXII). See Vandier, Manuel iii, 665 (as New Kingdom).

801-671-900
Woman (without wig which was made separately), feet and base lost, late Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX, at Sotheby's in 1991.
Sotheby Sale Cat. July 8, 1991, No. 199 figs.; Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 2 [5] (Sept.-Oct. 1991), fig. on 44 [left].

Other materials.

801-671-945
Nude woman, probably decorative element of furniture or wearing modius and so queen or goddess, right forearm and lower legs lost, bone, Dyn. XVIII, in Autun, Musée Rolin.
Laurent, Des pharaons aux premiers chrétiens No. 77 fig.

801-671-950
Nubemwaskhet Nbw-m-wst, head and arms lost, fossilized wood, temp. Amenophis III, in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.6356.
Dep. ég. Album pl. 12; Tefnin in Chron. d'Ég. xlvi (1971), 45-8 figs. 4, 5; De Putter, T. and Karlshausen, C. Les Pierres utilisées dans la sculpture et l'architecture de l'Égypte pharaonique 56 pl. 7. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 654.

Standing holding standard(s).
Stone.

801-674-020
Upper part of statue of woman holding Hathor-sistrum standard, red sandstone, late Dyn. XVIII, in Budapest, Szépmvészeti Múzeum, 51.2048.
Oroszlán, Z. and Dobrovits, Az Egiptomi gyüjtemény. Vezet (1939), 88 [111] pl. 3; Varga and Wessetzky, Egyiptomi kiállítás. Vezet (1955), 17 pl. ix [2]; (1961), 26 pl. xviii [2]; (1964), 26 pl. vii; id. Az ókori Egyiptom. Kiállításvezet (1970), fig. 11; Sée, Grandes villes fig. on 326 [upper]; Varga, Egyiptomi kiállítás. Vezet (1976), 42 fig. 23; id. Egyiptomi kiállítás (1985), fig. on 3rd p. [left]; id. in BSFÉ 131 (1994), 26 fig. 2 (as Dyn. XIX); Holthoer, R. in Muinainen Egypti - hetki iskussudesta (Tampere, Tampere Art Museum, 30.8.1993 - 2.1.1994), Cat. 119 fig. See Chadefaud, Statues porte-enseignes 98 [PE C.3].

801-674-030
Statue of a queen (feet lost) holding inscribed Mut-headed standard, black granite, temp. Ramesses II, formerly in Bryn Athyn (Pa.), The Lord's New Church (T. Pitcairn colln.) and at Christie's (New York) in 1979, then in Harer Family Trust colln. and on display in San Bernardino CA, Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum.
Pijoán, Summa Artis iii (1945), fig. 363 (as Dyn. XVIII); Vandier, Manuel iii, 665 [II] pl. clxix [7]; Christie, Manson & Woods International Inc. (New York) Sale Cat. June 14, 1979, No. 189 figs. and front cover; The Connoisseur 202 [811] (Sept. 1979), Advertisements, fig. on 77 [lower right]; Apollo cix [208] (June 1979), Advertisements, fig. on 106 [left]; Herbert, J. (ed.), Christie's Review of the Season 1979 fig. on 421; Desroches-Noblecourt in L'Égyptologie en 1979, ii, 239 fig. 65; Scott III, G. D. Temple, Tomb and Dwelling: Egyptian Antiquities from the Harer Family Trust Collection (University Art Gallery, California State University, San Bernardino, 1992), No. 82 fig. (as possibly Nefertari); id. Dynasties: The Egyptian Royal Image in the New Kingdom [ = Varia Aegyptiaca 10 [1] (1995)], 54 [39] fig. (as granodiorite); Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 3 [1] (Jan.-Feb. 1992), 35 fig.; Aspropoulos, S. in ib. 3 [6] (Nov.-Dec. 1992), 29, 31 fig. [upper right]; Schmidt, H. C. and Willeitner, J. Nefertari, Gemahlin Ramses' II. (1994), 26, 43 Abb. 29 (as Nefertari or Tuy); D. C. F[orbes] in KMT 8 [1] (1997), 23 figs. on 22 [left] and back cover; R. A. F[azzini] in Capel, A. K. and Markoe, G. E. (eds.), Mistress of the House, Mistress of Heaven. Women in Ancient Egypt 114-15 [47] fig. Bust, Desroches Noblecourt, Ramsès II. La Véritable Histoire fig. on 76 [middle right]. See Chadefaud, Statues porte-enseignes 98 [PE C.4].

Other standing.
For figures of women carrying vessels, chests, etc., which served as containers for cosmetics or similar, see Part 4 of this volume.

Faience.

801-674-500
Nude Nubian woman presenting altar with three monkeys, a fourth seated behind her left leg and another two on her shoulders, probably Dyn. XIX-XX, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.25463.
Bulté, J. Talismans égyptiens d'heureuse maternité [etc.], 48 [120] pl. 24 [a]. See Vandier in La Revue du Louvre xii (1962), 293 with n. 3; Vingt ans 23 [109].

Seated.
Stone.

801-675-020
Woman, 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 10675.
K. H. P[riese] in Eggebrecht, Aufstieg No. 10 fig. See Ausf. Verz. 142.

801-675-040
Woman, probably Dyn. XVIII, in Buenos Aires, Museo Etnográfico.
Fuscaldo, P. in Revista del Instituto de Historia Antigua Oriental 2 (1973-4), 157-9 pl. vii.

801-675-050
Woman, fragment of lower part, remains of text, black granite, New Kingdom, in Cairo Mus. CG 896.
See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 143 (text).

801-675-052
'His beloved daughter' Merytre Mrjjt-r , Songstress (sjjt) of Isis, legs with text, from pair-statue or group, New Kingdom, in Cairo Mus. CG 1103.
See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 58 (text).

801-675-054
Henutwert nwt-wrt (?) (woman), replaced by Maety M3 tjj (woman), leg only, with text mentioning Mut mistress of Asher, New Kingdom, in Cairo Mus. CG 1274.
See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 139 (text).

801-675-070
Queen, upper part, probably temp. Amenophis III, in Durham, Oriental Museum, 1987-1.
See Bourriau, J. in JEA 75 (1989), 209 [6].

801-675-080
Ahmosi J -ms , with probably son and two daughters in relief on right side of seat, basalt, early Dyn. XVIII, formerly in J. R. Anderson colln. and at Sotheby's in 1948, now in Glasgow, Burrell Collection, 13.149.
Thomson, J. in The Scottish Art Review xvi [1] (May 1984), 9-10 fig. 1. See Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 20-1, 1948, No. 108 (as black granite).

801-675-090
Bakt B3kt, dedicated by brother Wenheramun Wn-r-jmn, early Dyn. XVIII, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln. S.329, now in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1935.200.107.
Ägyptische Abteilung. Rundplastik des Neuen Reiches und der Dritten Zwischenzeit 2 [2] fig. (as Dyn. XVII-XVIII).

801-675-091
Bakt B3kt, dedicated by brother Wenheramun Wn-r-jmn, early Dyn. XVIII, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln. S.110, now in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1935.200.108.

801-675-100
Sen(t)re Sn(t)-r , lower part, dedicated by father Nebamun Nb(.j)-jmn , wab-priest, with text mentioning Amun-Re, 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, formerly in B. W. J. Kent colln., now in Harrogate, Royal Pump Room Museum.

801-675-200
Henutideh nwt-jd, Songstress of Amun, etc., dedicated by son Amenemhab Jmn-m-b Mahu M, Steward of Amun, etc., with text mentioning Amun lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands and Mut mistress of Asher, sandstone, early Dyn. XVIII, formerly in B. Drovetti colln., now in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, A 62 [N.63]. (Probably from Thebes.)
De Clarac, Musée de sculpture v, pl. 997 [2558 C]; Texte v, 302; E. D[elange] in Eggebrecht, Aufstieg No. 184 fig.; G. P[orta] in Il senso dell'arte No. 42 fig. (as probably from Karnak); Kanawaty in Mémoires d'Égypte. Hommage de l'Europe à Champollion fig. on 169. Upper part, De Putter, T. and Karlshausen, C. Les Pierres utilisées dans la sculpture et l'architecture de l'Égypte pharaonique 94 pl. 29. Text, Piehl, Inscr. hiéro. 1 Sér. x [C]; part, Pierret, Rec. inscr. ii, 4. Names and titles, Lieblein, Dict. No. 838, Suppl. p. 972. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 34-5; Boreux, Guide i, 52; Vandier, Guide (1948), 23; (1952), 24; (1973), 29; id. Manuel iii, 671; Kanawaty in Rev. d'Ég. 37 (1986), 168.

801-675-205
A queen 'beloved of her father Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands', seated in naos, New Kingdom, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, A 131 [A.F.52].
Text, Tefnin, La statuaire d'Hatshepsout 33-4 (as not Dyn. XVIII). See Vandier, Manuel iii, 638 (as Hatshepsut).

801-675-210
Ahmosi-Nebt[ta] J -ms-nbt[-t3] , King's daughter, King's sister, daughter of Ahhotep J -tp , King's wife (of Sekenenre-Taa), lower part, with text mentioning Amun lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, green stone, temp. Amosis, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, N.496.
Lindblad, Royal Sculpture 21-2 [2] pl. 8 [c, d]; Ziegler, C. in Limme, L. and Strybol, J. (eds.), Aegyptus Museis Rediviva. Miscellanea in Honorem Hermanni De Meulenaere 202 [34] fig. 3 (as daughter of Amenophis I). See Pierret, Cat. No. 7; Boreux, Guide ii, 480 (as Ahmosi Nefertere); Vandier, Manuel iii, 636.

801-675-230
Torso of seated statue, with names of Ramesses II on back, basalt, temp. Ramesses II, in St. Germain-en-Laye, Musée des antiquités nationales, 70926.

801-675-240
Suemnub Sw-m-nbw, dedicated by son Khaty 3tjj, Dyn. XVIII, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3090.
Petrie Ital. photo. 110 [left]. Text, Maspero in Rec. Trav. iv (1883), 145-6 [xx] (as Dyn. XX). Names, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2232. See Orcurti, Cat. ii, 60 [308]; Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 424; Vandier, Manuel iii, 681.

801-675-241
Nebiner Nb-jnr , dedicated by brother Nefermaet Nfr-m3 t, early Dyn. XVIII, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3091.
Donadoni in Donadoni Roveri, Monumental Art 154 pl. 228; Seipel, Ägypten No. 460 fig.; id. Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 118 fig.; Petrie Ital. photo. 118; Marburg Inst. photo. 68772. Text, Maspero in Rec. Trav. iv (1883), 147 [xxix] (as Dyn. XX). Names, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2230. See Orcurti, Cat. ii, 59 [313]; Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 424-5; Vandier, Manuel iii, 681.

801-675-243
Gebt Gbt, dedicated by brother Senu Snw, early Dyn. XVIII, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3095.
E. L[eospo] in Robins, Beyond the Pyramids. Egyptian Regional Art from the Museo Egizio, Turin (Emory University Museum of Art and Archaeology, Atlanta, 24 Oct. 1990 - 10 March 1991), Cat. 46 figs. (as Dyn. XVII-XVIII); Winterhalter, S. in Brodbeck, A. (ed.), Ein ägyptisches Glasperlenspiel. Ägyptologische Beiträge für Erik Hornung aus seinem Schülerkreis 308 [48] fig. (from Robins) (as Dyn. XVII-XVIII); Petrie Ital. photo. 111 [middle]. Text, Maspero in Rec. Trav. iv (1883), 150 [xli] (as Dyn. XIII-XIV). Names, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2227. See Orcurti, Cat. ii, 61 [314] (as granite); Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 425.

801-675-244
Woman, early Dyn. XVIII, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3096.
E. L[eospo] in Robins, Beyond the Pyramids. Egyptian Regional Art from the Museo Egizio, Turin (Emory University Museum of Art and Archaeology, Atlanta, 24 Oct. 1990 - 10 March 1991), Cat. 49 figs. See Orcurti, Cat. ii, 63 [306]; Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 426.

801-675-245
Betiyu(?) Btjjjw(?)(?), dedicated by brother Amenemwi(a) Jmn-m-wj(3), early Dyn. XVIII, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3097.
E. L[eospo] in Robins, Beyond the Pyramids. Egyptian Regional Art from the Museo Egizio, Turin (Emory University Museum of Art and Archaeology, Atlanta, 24 Oct. 1990 - 10 March 1991), Cat. 48 figs. (caption of one in error). Text, Maspero in Rec. Trav. iv (1883), 148 [xxxii] (as Dyn. XX). See Orcurti, Cat. ii, 63 [307]; Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 426.

801-675-300
Woman, upper part, granite, Dyn. XIX, formerly(?) in E. D. Davenport colln.
*[Lady Lenette Bromley Davenport], The History of Capesthorne, Cheshire fig. 36.

801-675-350
Ipu Jpw(woman), with daughter Tawert T3-wrt in relief on side of seat, and text mentioning Tjenent, New Kingdom, in Löfftz colln. in 1907.
Text, Müller, W. M. in Rec. Trav. xxix (1907), 142-3 [1].

801-675-400
Women, upper part lost, probably New Kingdom, at Sotheby's in 1988 and in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1992.
Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 12, 1988, No. 233 fig. (as queen or goddess); Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. May 20, 1992, No. 319 fig. (as man or woman and granite).

801-675-410
Probably woman seated, inscribed, granite, probably mid-Dyn. XVIII, at Sotheby's
(New York) in 1994.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 8, 1994, No. 27 fig. (as man and late Dyn. XII).

801-675-450
Seated statuette of woman 'Tirty', dedicated by Nebamun Nb.j-jmn, temp. Hatshepsut to Tuthmosis III, in private possession in Belgium in 1991.
R. T[efnin] in Van Nijl tot Schelde Cat. 110 fig.

Wood.

801-675-600
Tasment T3-smnt, New Kingdom, in Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, 612.
Text, Ledrain, Les Monuments égyptiens de la Bibliothèque Nationale pl. lvi [lower].

Seated on the ground.
Stone.

801-676-050
Girl, with a sidelock and holding left hand on the chest, brown stone, probably Dyn. XIX, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 14409.
Fechheimer, Kleinplastik 31 Taf. 54-5; Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 440; Führer (1961), Abb. 30 [middle right]; Wenig, Die Frau pl. 52 [left]. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 648 (as man), 649 [N.E. IV].

Kneeling.
Bronze.

801-677-300
Woman kneeling with [offerings], probably mid- to late Dyn. XVIII, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 54.1621.
Steindorff, Cat. 47 [137] pl. xxii (as New Kingdom); The Bulletin of the Walters Art Gallery 4 [7] (April 1952), fig. on 4th p.; 12 [1] (Oct. 1959), fig. on 1st p. [right]; Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 1020.

Block-statues.
Stone.

801-678-100
Nefert Nfrt, Songstress of Amenopet, 'greatly praised by Hathor mistress of the Southern Sycamore', with text mentioning Sokari-Osiris lord of Ra-setau, Dyn. XIX, in private possession in England in 1743.
Pococke, R. A Description of the East i (1743), 211-12 pls. lx, lxi; Schulz, Entwicklung ii, 779-80 Taf. 147 [a, b] (from Pococke).

Unusual.
Stone.

801-681-050
Seated harpist, part of harp, feet and base lost, probably late Dyn. XVIII, in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1953.321.
Aldred, Dynastic Egypt in the Royal Scottish Museum pl. 15; id. N.K. Art (1961), 64 pl. 75 (as probably temp. Amenophis III); Sée, Grandes villes fig. on 58. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 668.

801-681-250
Statuette of female potter with a pot, New Kingdom, in London, Petrie Museum, 15706.
Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 1040 (as Dyn. XII); Hope, Egyptian Pottery fig. 2; Roehrig, C. H. in Capel, A. K. and Markoe, G. E. (eds.), Mistress of the House, Mistress of Heaven. Women in Ancient Egypt 15 fig. 4. See Handbook ... University College (1915), No. 425 [3rd item].

801-681-252
Upper part of statuette of reclining woman playing lute, Dyn. XVIII, in London, Petrie Museum, 16669.
Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 1078; Page, Sculpture No. 80 fig. See Handbook ... University College (1915), No. 417 [5th item].

801-681-280
Woman grinding grain, with text of Tenthapi T3-nt-pj, King's great wife (of Amosis), etc., temp. Amosis(?), in Marseilles, Musée d'Archéologie Méditerranéenne, 366.
Speleers, Les Figurines funéraires égyptiennes 70-1 pl. 38 [right] (as Dyn. XXII); Capart in Chron. d'Ég. xvi (1941), 40-2 [166] fig. on 40 [right] (regards text as modern); Le Nil et la société égyptienne No. 100 fig. (as Dyn. XII); Nelson, Cat. No. 55 fig.; Desroches Noblecourt, La femme au temps des Pharaons pl. 29; Aufrère, Portes pour l'au-delà 136-7 [10] fig. on 179. See Maspero, Cat. 75 [166] (as Dyn. XII); Breasted, Jr. Eg. Servant Statues 24 [7].

801-681-350
Harpist seated on the ground, upper part of harp lost, probably early Dyn. XVIII, in Zurich, Galerie Nefer, in 1988.
Galerie Nefer. Ancient Art 6 (1988), fig. 48.

Wood.

801-681-520
Woman (dancer?) turning head, legs mostly lost, possibly late Dyn XVIII, formerly in Lord Amherst colln. and at Sotheby's in 1921, now in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.5849.
Capart in Mon. Piot xxvi (1923), 54-6 figs. 1, 2; Dép. ég. Album pl. 54; Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 970. See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Amherst), June 13-17, 1921, No. 375 [3rd item]; Vandier, Manuel iii, 654.

801-681-620
Statuette of woman playing harp, wood, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 48658.
Budge, The Mummy (1925), pl. xiii [4]; H. R. H[all] in The Encyclopaedia Britannica (14th ed. 1929), vol. 8, pl. xi [8] facing 64; Shorter, Everyday Life in Ancient Egypt pl. v [1]; Hickmann in Bull. Inst. Ég. xxxv (1952-3), 332 fig. 26 (as Dyn. XXV); id. 45 Siècles pl. lxxxvi (as Dyn. XXV); Beekman, W. B. Hout in alle tijden i, fig. 7.39; Cottrell, L. Life under the Pharaohs fig. 17; Leibovitch, J. in JEA 46 (1960), 58 [xv] pl. xiv [2]; White, J. M. Everyday Life in Ancient Egypt fig. 97; James, Egyptian Sculptures pl. 28 (as Dyn. XXI); Anderson, R. D. Catalogue of Egyptian Antiquities in the British Museum iii. Musical Instruments 3 fig. 3; id. in The Egyptian Bulletin 9 (1984), 20 fig. 5 (reversed); Manniche, Sexual Life in Ancient Egypt fig. 41; id. Music and Musicians in Ancient Egypt pl. 18; H. W. Müller Archive 17 [66/51]. See Guide, 4th to 6th 213 [26]; Breasted, Jr. Eg. Servant Statues 88 [4, 5] (as Dyn. XVIII); Guide, Eg. Collns. (1964), 217.

Terracotta.

801-681-800
Bust, with right arm raised and hand placed on head, left shoulder lost, probably mourner, Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.27247.
Schvoerer, M. et al. in Dossiers de l'archéologie 39 (Nov.-Dec. 1979), fig. on 77 (as Middle Kingdom); La Revue du Louvre xxxiii (1983), fig. 2 on 296; Gazette des Beaux-Arts ciii (1984), Suppl. March 1984, fig. 1 on 1; Archéologia 281 (July-Aug. 1992), fig. on 16 [top] (as Middle or New Kingdom); de Cenival, J.-L. Le Livre pour sortir le jour. Le Livre des Morts des anciens Egyptiens fig. on 46 [upper]; G. A[ndreu] in Andreu, G. et al. L'Égypte ancienne au Louvre (1997), 104-5 [42] fig. (as end of Middle Kingdom or beginning of New Kingdom).

Type not known.
Stone.

801-682-100
Nubkhaut Nbw-3wt, dedicated by son Isaia Jsj3, Royal butler of King Akheperkare (Tuthmosis I) true of voice, temp. Tuthmosis I or a little later, formerly in Dorpat (Tartu) Museum.
Text, Seyffarth MSS. xiv. 11449-58; Wiedemann in PSBA xvi (1894), 154-5 [5]. See Berlev, O. and Hodjash, S. Catalogue of the Monuments of Ancient Egypt [etc.], 56-7 [v. 17] (reads n-nbw).

Ancestral busts.
See also ancestral busts thought to be of men.
Stone.

801-683-030
Ancestral bust of a woman, early Dyn. XIX, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 54.1. (Probably from Deir el-Medîna.)
Five Years 11-12 [11A] pl. 25; L. H. H[olden] in Egypt's Golden Age No. 409 fig.; Romano, Daily Life of the Ancient Egyptians 5 fig. 2; Manniche, L. L'Art égyptien (1994), fig. on 236. Upper part, Wilkinson, A. Ancient Egyptian Jewellery 153 fig. 68.

801-683-050
Tentbehdet T3-nt-bdt, slate, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cairo Mus. CG 1172.
See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 89 (text) (as Late Period).

801-683-060
Woman(?), Dyn. XIX-XX, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 981.
Jørgensen, M. Egypt II (1550-1080 B.C.). Catalogue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 282-3 [116] fig.

801-683-100
Woman(?), Dyn. XIX-XX, in London, British Museum, EA 73988.
British Museum Magazine 10 (1992), fig. on 29 [lower].

801-683-130
Woman, early Dyn. XIX, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.10975.
Boreux in Studies Presented to F. Ll. Griffith 397 pl. 63 [c] (as Ibu, sandstone and Middle Kingdom); Archives phot. E.971. See Boreux, Guide ii, 468-9 (as Middle Kingdom).

801-683-180
Ancestral bust, woman, late Dyn. XVIII, formerly in C. G. Bastis colln., then at Sotheby's (New York) in 1999.
Bothmer, B. V. in Swan Hall, E. (ed.), Antiquities from the Collection of Christos G. Bastis (1987), No. 7 figs. (as probably from Deir el-Medîna); A. M. R[oth] in D'Auria et al. Mummies & Magic 149 [90] fig.; Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. (The Christos G. Bastis Collection), Dec. 9, 1999, No. 13 fig. (as temp. Amenophis III or Tutankhamun).

Wood.

801-683-300
Woman, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 448. (Probably from Deir el-Medîna.)
Keith-Bennett in Bull. Egyptol. Seminar 3 (1981), 55 fig. 8; Schoske et al. 'Anch' Blumen für das Leben. Pflanzen im alten Ägypten 116 [44] fig.

Terracotta.

801-683-500
Ancestral bust of a woman, terracotta, late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 61.49.
See Brooklyn Mus. Ann. ii-iii (1960-2), 109.

Upper parts or busts.
Stone.

801-685-020
Woman holding menat, with right side of head, right shoulder and legs mostly lost, Dyn. XIX, in Amiens, Musée de Picardie, 94.3.124.
Seillier, C. and Yoyotte, Société et croyances au temps des pharaons (Musée des Beaux-Arts et d'Archéologie de Boulogne-sur-Mer, 28 juin - 25 octobre 1981), No. 214 fig.; Perdu and Rickal, La collection égyptienne du Musée de Picardie 96 [170] fig. (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX).

801-685-025
Probably a queen, bust, granite, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 37.
Tzachou-Alexandri, O. The World of Egypt in the National Archaeological Museum (1995), 131 [xxx, 2] fig. (as Dyn. XX).

801-685-030
Upper part of seated woman, early Dyn. XVIII, formerly in Berlin Museum, 14474.
Fechheimer, Kleinplastik 31 Taf. 53; Hermann and Schwan, Äg. Kleinkunst fig. on 51; Vandier, Manuel iii, 648 pl. clxvii [1] (from Fechheimer) (as 10675); Pavlov and Khodzhash, Egipetskaya plastika 34, 104 fig. 51.

801-685-035
Upper part of woman holding sistrum, sandstone, Dyn. XIX, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 24033.

801-685-050
Upper part, steatite, late Dyn. XVIII, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 41.742.
Smith, Anc. Eg. (1942), 116 fig. 75; (1952), 116 fig. 74; (1960), 126 fig. 80; Terrace in The Connoisseur 169 (1968), 53 fig. 6. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 650 (as schist).

801-685-055
A princess or queen, upper part, from pair-statue, quartz diorite, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 52.347.
Aldred in Studies ... Dunham 11-13 figs. 1-4 (as probably Hatshepsut, from pair-statue with Tuthmosis II); Spanel, Through Ancient Eyes Cat. No. 21 fig.; Forbes, D. C. in KMT 5 [4] (1994), 41-2 figs. on 42 [right] (as possibly Princess Neferure); Scott III, G. D. Dynasties: The Egyptian Royal Image in the New Kingdom [ = Varia Aegyptiaca 10 [1] (1955)], 14 [4] fig. and front cover [upper left] (as possibly Hatshepsut before assuming kingship).

801-685-070
Esinefert 3st-nfrt (wife of Ramesses II), bust, sandstone, temp. Ramesses II, in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.5924.
Capart in Chron. d'Ég. xvii (1942), 79 fig. 7; De Meulenaere and Limme in La Femme au temps des Pharaons. Six oeuvres d'art [etc.]. [Brussels.] Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, 30 novembre 1985 - 28 février 1986, No. 100 fig. (as schist); Sourouzian, Les Monuments du roi Merenptah 4 pl. 3 [b]; Leblanc in BIFAO 93 (1993), 314 pl. i [A] (from Sourouzian); Schmidt, H. C. and Willeitner, J. Nefertari, Gemahlin Ramses' II. (1994), 5, 28 Abb. 33 (as sandstone). Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. ii, 855 [313]. See Lefebvre, F. and Van Rinsveld, B. L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes 127.

801-685-080
Upper part, from probably pair-statue, with text mentioning [Hep]djefa [ pj-]df3 , Overseer of prophets of all the gods of Lycopolis (probably husband), and Wepwaut and Hathor mistress of Medjed, late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in Cincinnati (Ohio), Cincinnati Art Museum, 1966.266. (Probably from Asyû.)
Noblewoman [etc.]. Given by His Friends in Memory of Joseph David Nelson, Junior. Cincinnati Art Museum, September 16, 1966; Gazette des Beaux-Arts lxix (1967), Suppl. Feb. 1967, 54 fig. 207; The Cincinnati Art Museum Bulletin 8 [2-3] (Jan. 1968), 31 fig. on 22; Adams, P. R. Sculpture Collection of the Cincinnati Art Museum 17 fig. on 16; Cooney in Apollo xciii (1971), 244 fig. 3; Cincinnati Art Museum Handbook (1975), fig. on 12 [right]; E. R. R[ussmann], Cincinnati Art Museum. Egyptian Art. Gallery 102 illus. 6 (as probably from Deir Durunka); A. K. C[apel] in Capel, A. K. and Markoe, G. E. (eds.), Mistress of the House, Mistress of Heaven. Women in Ancient Egypt 169-72 [92] figs.; Markoe, G. in Minerva 7 [6] (Nov.-Dec. 1996), 43 fig. 8. See The Art Quarterly xxix (1966), 289; Cincinnati (Ohio), Cincinnati Art Museum. Late Egyptian Section 1, 1st item (some versions only).

801-685-090
Bust, probably from seated pair-statue, porphyry, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 721.
Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 47-8 [77] pl. 88; Jørgensen, M. Egypt II (1550-1080 B.C.). Catalogue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 280-1 [115] fig. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 172 [A.114]; (1908), 211-12 [E.126].

801-685-120
Bust, steatite coated with wax, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1953.130.
Aldred, Dynastic Egypt in the Royal Scottish Museum pl. 14 (as mudstone and probably late Dyn. XVIII); Vandier, Manuel iii, 668 pl. clxviii [2] (as temp. Tuthmosis III or Amenophis II); Sée, Grandes villes fig. on 191 (as clay).

801-685-130
Upper part of seated female statue, end of Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 5626.
Schiaparelli, Mus. Arch. Firenze 217 [1515] Tav. iii; Bulle, H. Der schöne Mensch im Altertum (1898), 10 Taf. 13 [right]; Capart, L'Art et la parure féminine [etc.] in Annales de la Société d'Archéologie de Bruxelles xxi [3 and 4] (1907), 306 pl. ii (as Dyn. XIX); id. L'Art ég. ii, pl. 335 (as Dyn. XVIII); von Bissing, Denkmäler Taf. 43, Text to Taf. 43 [1st fig.] (as temp. Amenophis IV); Fechheimer, Plastik (1914), 28, 42, 45, 57 Taf. 64; (1923), 28, 41, 45, 57 Taf. 64 (as Dyn. XVIII); Curtius, L. Die Antike Kunst i, 155-6 Abb. 118 (= Alinari photo. 3447) (as Dyn. XIX); Weigall, Anc. Eg. ... Art fig. on 224; Erman and Ranke, Aegypten und aegyptisches Leben im Altertum Taf. 11 [4] (as probably Dyn. XIX); Schäfer and Andrae, Kunst (1925), 606 Abb. 325; (1930), 642 Abb. 337; (1942), 668 Abb. 337 (from von Bissing) (as Dyn. XVIII); Boreux, L'Art ég. 36 pl. xl (from von Bissing) (as Dyn. XVIII); Strömbom, S. Egyptens Konst 168 fig. 140 (as Dyn. XVIII); Steindorff, Kunst 319 fig. on 213 (as Dyn. XVIII); id. and Seele, When Egypt Ruled the East 188, 189 fig. 63 (as temp. Amenophis III); Minto, Il Regio Museo Archeologico di Firenze 11 fig. on 39 [upper right] (as Dyn. XVIII); Poulsen, F. Ægyptens Kunst (1933), 126, 128 fig. 71 (as Dyn. XVIII); Ranke, The Art of Ancient Egypt and Breasted, Geschichte Aegyptens (1936), 115 (as Dyn. XVIII); Carotti, L'Arte 216 fig. 252 (as Dyn. XIX and from Thebes); Griffith in Hammerton, J. A. Universal History of the World i, fig. on 708 [upper right]; Galvano, L'Arte 40 fig. 39 (as Dyn. XIX and from Thebes); Lange, Ägyptische Kunst pl. 73 (as Dyn. XVIII); Scharff in Otto, Handbuch der Archäologie i, 574 Taf. 94 [4] (as temp. Amenophis III); Hamann, Äg. Kunst 28 Abb. 20 (as Dyn. XVIII); Byvanck, De Kunst 269 pl. xli [147] (as pre-Amârna); Ranke, Meisterwerke der ägyptischen Kunst 14 Abb. 35 (as Dyn. XVIII); Murray, Splendour pl. liv [4] (as Dyn. XIX); Vandier, Eg. Sculpture pl. 87; id. Manuel iii, 669 pl. clxxii [6] (from Fechheimer) (as 1515 [5626] and about temp. Haremhab); Wolf, Die Stellung der ägyptischen Kunst [etc.] und Das Problem des Künstlers [etc.], 17 Taf. ii [c]; Gilbert in Studi Rosellini ii, 99-104 pl. xi [i] (from Steindorff ) (as temp. Ay); Donadoni, Arte Egizia fig. 143; Pirenne, Hist. civ. ii, 542 pl. 95 facing 400; Vercoutter in Grimal P. Histoire mondiale de la femme. Préhistoire et antiquité pl. facing 96 [left] (as Dyn. XVIII); Woldering, Götter 167 Abb. 80 (as Dyn. XVIII); Wenig, Die Frau pl. 76 [right] (as end of Dyn. XVIII); Westendorf, Das Alte Ägypten fig. on 111 (as Dyn. XVIII); Michalowski, Art fig. 498 (as late Dyn. XVIII); id. Égypte fig. on 154 (as Dyn. XVIII); Suzuki, Sculpture pl. 98; Pavlov and Khodzhash, Egipetskaya plastika 38, 104 fig. 61; Arnold, Do. The Royal Women of Amarna. Images of Beauty from Ancient Egypt (1996), 125-6 fig. 122 (as late Dyn. XVIII); Alinari photo. 3447 (as Dyn. XVIII); Marburg photo. 142480; H. W. Müller Archive 7 [104/35, 37, 39, 41]. (Selected references.)

801-685-150
Upper part from seated pair-statue, with text on back, granite, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1935.200.116.
Ägyptische Abteilung. Rundplastik des Neuen Reiches und der Dritten Zwischenzeit 9 [17] fig.; H. W. Müller Archive 10 [II/331-5].

801-685-200
Upper part, with text mentioning Hathor mistress of Dendera and Mut the Great, mistress of Asher, black granite, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 484.
Hiero. Texts 12, pp. 25-6 [1] pls. 96-7 [1]. See Guide (Sculpture), 186 [668]; Vandier, Manuel iii, 651 [668 [484]].

801-685-210
Upper part, probably from seated pair-statue, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 29280.
See Guide, 4th to 6th 128 [70]; Vandier, Manuel iii, 652.

801-685-215
Upper part, basalt, late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 37887.
Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 82 fig. (as princess). See Guide, 4th to 6th 129 [71] (as princess and from Thebes); Vandier, Manuel iii, 652 (as princess).

801-685-230
Bust of statuette of a queen or princess, probably from a group, steatite, probably temp. Amenophis III, in London, Petrie Museum, 16486.
Page, Sculpture No. 96 fig. (as probably Dyn. XIX and Ahmosi Nefertere); B. M. B[ryan] in Kozloff et al. Egypt's Dazzling Sun 203 fig. 22b (as a princess); id. in Kozloff et al. Aménophis III, le Pharaon-Soleil 165 fig. [22] b (as a princess); id. in Goring, E. et al. Chief of Seers. Egyptian Studies in Memory of Cyril Aldred (1997), 68-9 [9] fig. 7 (as a queen or princess). See Aldred, C. in JEA 64 (1978), 175; Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 30 (as Teye).

801-685-231
Upper part of statuette of a princess or queen, steatite, probably temp. Amenophis III, in London, Petrie Museum, 16487.
Page, Sculpture No. 161 fig. (as Dyn. XIX). See Aldred, C. in JEA 64 (1978), 175; Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 31 (as Teye).

801-685-234
Upper part of statue of a queen, early Dyn. XVIII, in London, Petrie Museum, 16877.
Page, Sculpture No. 59 fig.; Sourouzian in MDAIK 37 (1981), 450 Taf. 71 [d].

801-685-235
Bust of female statuette, probably mid-Dyn. XVIII, in London, Petrie Museum, 16878.
Page, Sculpture No. 93 figs. (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX).

801-685-236
Upper part of statuette of seated woman, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in London, Petrie Museum, 16881.
Page, Sculpture No. 159 fig. (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX).

801-685-237
Head and shoulders of female statuette, steatite, 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, in London, Petrie Museum, 16882.
Page, Sculpture No. 160 fig. (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX).

801-685-250
Bust, basalt, probably Dyn. XVIII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1953.781.
Ashmolean Museum. Report of the Visitors 1953, 25 pl. ii (as Middle Kingdom).

801-685-260
Bust, probably princess, temp. Amenophis IV or end of Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.14715.
Boreux in Bull. Mus. France ix (1937), 66-7 figs. on 65, 67; id. in Mon. Piot xxxvi (1938), 3, 17-26 pl. i fig. 12; id. Sculpture pl. xxx [left]; Desroches, L'Art égyptien au Musée du Louvre (1941), fig. on 19th p. [middle]; id. Ancient Egypt [etc.], pl. 16; Capart, L'Art ég. ii, pl. 350 (from Boreux); Koefoed-Petersen, Ægyptens Kætterkonge [etc.], fig. 35; Byvanck, De Kunst 287 pl. li [176]; Drioton in L'Amour de l'Art xxviii, fig. on 227 [lower]; Aldred, N.K. Art (1951), 79 pl. 117; (1961), 78 pl. 122 (as daughter of Amenophis III or IV and probably from el-Amârna); id. Akhenaten and Nefertiti fig. 50 on 118 (as possibly Ankhesenpa-aten and probably from el-Amârna); id. in Leclant, L'Empire des Conquérants fig. 158 (as from el-Amârna); Daniel-Rops, Le Roi ivre de Dieu fig. on 57; Vandier, Sculpture ... Louvre 18th pl. [upper right]; id. Manuel iii, 637 pl. cxiii [3, 5]; id. Guide (1973), 111 pl. xvii [1]; Charbonneaux, Les merveilles du Louvre i, pl. on 92; Woldering, Ägypten 157 pl. on 158 (as probably from el-Amârna); Montet, Eternal Egypt pl. 58 (as from el-Amârna); Hari, Horemheb et la reine Moutnedjemet [etc.], 166-8, 205 figs. 49, 50 (as Mutnedjemt, queen of Haremhab and from el-Amârna); Bille-De Mot, Die Revolution des Pharao Echnaton 192-3 Abb. 71 (as Meketaten); Vercoutter in Grimal, P. Histoire mondiale de la femme. Préhistoire et antiquité pl. facing 112 [middle]; Westendorf, Das Alte Ägypten fig. on 112 (as probably from el-Amârna); Michalowski, Art fig. 461; id. Égypte fig. on 56; Wenig, Meisterwerke der Amarnakunst Taf. 20; Seidel and Wildung in Vandersleyen, Das Alte Ägypten 250 Abb. xv (as probably from el-Amârna); Suzuki, Sculpture pl. 19 fig. on 153; Maruejol, F. in Guillais, S.-C. (ed.), L'Art du monde au Musée du Louvre. L'Orient ancien et l'Egypte fig. on 152; Donadoni, Archéo. L'Encyclopédie de l'archéologie ii, fig. on 18 (as Meketaten); Ziegler, C. Le Louvre. Les antiquités égyptiennes (1990), fig. on 50 [left] (as temp. Amenophis III or IV); Pierrat in Louvre. Guide to the Collections (1991), 116 [106] fig.; Revista de arqueología xii [124] (Aug. 1991), figs. on 3 [bottom] and back cover; Andreu, Images de la vie quotidienne en Égypte au temps des pharaons fig. on 67; id. in Andreu, G. et al. L'Égypte ancienne au Louvre (1997), 129-30 [57] fig. (as probably from

el-Amârna); Arnold, Do. The Royal Women of Amarna. Images of Beauty from Ancient Egypt (1996), 131 [13] figs. 117-19 (as temp. Tutankhamun); id. in KMT 7 [4] (1996), fig. on 30 [upper] (as temp. Tutankhamun); Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 9 [5] (Sept.-Oct. 1998), 12 fig. 28 on 13; H. W. Müller Archive 21 [305/68]. See Vandier, Guide (1948), 59; (1952), 60; Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 141-2. (Selected references.)

801-685-280
Upper part of statuette of woman with incense cone on her head and holding flower, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Rio de Janeiro, Museu Nacional, Inv. 98.
Kitchen, K. A. and Beltrão, M. da C. Catalogue of the Egyptian Collection in the National Museum, Rio de Janeiro (1990), i, 186-7 [74]; ii, pls. 178, 179 [A]; FERE photo. 20635. See Childe, A. Guia dos Collecções de Archeologia Clássica (1919), 35, 95.

801-685-290
Upper part of a queen or goddess, probably Dyn. XIX-XX, in Roanne, Musée Joseph Déchelette, 2325.
Gabolde, M. Catalogue des antiquités égyptiennes du Musée Joseph Déchelette Cat. No. 22 fig. on 54.

801-685-300
Upper part of statuette of woman, basalt, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Strasbourg, Musée Archéologique, 11.987.0.149 (Schlumberger 391).
Schweitzer, A. and Traunecker, C. Strasbourg, Musée archéologique. Antiquités égyptiennes de la collection G. Schlumberger (1998), 20 [6] fig. (as head).

801-685-320
Upper part of a queen, red granite, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5778.
Komorzynski, Altägyptens hohe Kunst in Österreich in Wort und Bild 43 (1952), 47-8 Abb. 6 (as Middle Kingdom); id. Altägypten 41-2 Abb. 22 (as Middle Kingdom); id. Erbe 123 Abb. 32 (as Middle Kingdom); Essen. 5000 Jahre No. 110 Abb. (as temp. Ramesses II); Sourouzian in MDAIK 37 (1981), 451 Taf. 75 [a]; Jaro-Deckert, Statuen 126-31 figs. (as probably temp. Tuthmosis III); H. Satzinger, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien (1987), 50 fig. on 47; Marburg Inst. photo. 156535. See Reinisch, Miramar 242 [37] (as porphyry and Ptolemaic); Uebersicht (1895), 50 [v]; (1923), 23 [v] (as Middle Kingdom); Vandier, Manuel iii, 611 (as Middle Kingdom); Vienna. 5000 Jahre No. 61 (as Dyn. XII).

801-685-330
Upper part, from pair-statue or group, 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, formerly in A. Demmin colln., now in Wiesbaden, Sammlung Nassauischer Altertümer, Museum Wiesbaden, DS 1392.
*Demmin, A. Beschreibendes Verzeichnis seiner Sammlungen für Bildende und Gewerbliche Künste (1882), 143 [1392] fig.; von Droste zu Hülshoff and Schlick-Nolte, Aegyptiaca diversa i. Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum, Museen der Rhein-Main-Region, Lieferung 1, 140-1 figs.

801-685-350
Bust, brown stone, probably Dyn. XVIII, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1992.
Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. Dec. 8, 1992, No. 328 fig.

801-685-365
Upper part of a woman, from probably standing pair-statue, sandstone, probably Dyn. XIX, in Paris, Drouot-Richelieu, in 1996, then Drouot-Montaigne in 2003.
Drouot-Richelieu Sale Cat. Sept. 30 - Oct. 1, 1996, No. 255 fig.; Drouot-Montaigne Sale Cat. March 17-18, 2003, No. 285 fig. (as end of Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX).

801-685-370
Upper part of a queen, probably New Kingdom, in New York - Beverly Hills, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1985 and in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1987.
Eisenberg, J. M. Art of the Ancient World. A Guide for the Collector and Investor iv (1985), No. 414 fig.; Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt xiv (Jan. 1987), No. 6 fig.

801-685-380
Upper part, probably of a princess and part of a group, unfinished, quartzite, temp. Amenophis IV, in Munich, H. Herzer & Co., in 1965 and in private possession in Germany in 1985.
Apollo lxxxi [40] (June 1965), Advertisements, fig. on lii; Ägyptische Kunst aus der Zeit des Königs Echnaton (Hamburg, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, 14. Mai - 27. Juni 1965), Kat. 21 Abb. 12; Wildung, Entdeckungen No. 48 fig.; H. W. Müller Archive 77 [II/2788-95]. See Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 149 [5].

801-685-390
Bust, quartzite, Dyn. XVIII, formerly in G. Jéquier colln. and at Sotheby's in 1995.
Jéquier, Histoire de la civilisation égyptienne fig. 258; Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 14, 1995, No. 55 fig.

801-685-400
Bust, sandstone, Dyn. XIX, formerly in Lehmann colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1925.
Collection Lehmann. Catalogue des Antiquités Égyptiennes [etc.] (Hôtel Drouot, 11 Juin 1925), No. 48 pl. vii.

801-685-405
Female bust, from probably seated pair statue, granodiorite, probably temp. Amenophis III, formerly in Sir Jacob Epstein colln., then in New York, The Merrin Gallery, in 1999.
A. P. K[ozloff] in Kozloff, A. P. and Schildkraut, L. Gods and Mortals (New York, The Merrin Gallery, April 20 - June 4, 1999), 4-5 [1] fig. See The Epstein Collection of Tribal and Exotic Sculpture (1960), No. 296 (as black granite).

801-685-420
Upper part, from probably standing pair-statue, inscribed on the back, granite, 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1987, at Sotheby's in 1992 and in New York - Beverly Hills - London, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1995.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Nov. 24-5, 1987, No. 42 fig. (as early Dyn. XVIII); Sotheby Sale Cat. May 21, 1992, No. 81 pl. ix (as early Dyn. XVIII); Eisenberg, J. M. Art of the Ancient World. Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Egyptian & Near Eastern Antiquities viii [ii] (Jan. 1995), No. 151 fig.

801-685-425
Bust, from pair-statue (hand of man on left shoulder), probably temp. Tuthmosis III, in London, Seaby Antiquities, in 1992.
Minerva 3 [4] (July-Aug. 1992), fig. on 12 [left].

801-685-430
Upper part, inscribed on back, sandstone, early Dyn. XVIII, in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc., in 1978.
Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc. (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 14, 1978, No. 343 fig. (as temp. Tuthmosis I or II).

801-685-432
Head and left shoulder of woman or goddess, right lappet of wig lost, Dyn. XIX, at
Sotheby's (New York) in 1994.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 8, 1994, No. 29 fig.

801-685-450
Bust, probably queen, Dyn. XIX, formerly in F. Stafford colln., then in New York, Frederick Schultz Ancient Art, in 1987.
Egyptian Art. The Essential Object. Acanthus, New York, May 28 to June 25, 1987, No. 17 fig. (as possibly Nefertari); Schmidt, H. C. and Willeitner, J. Nefertari, Gemahlin Ramses' II. (1994), 46 Abb. 55 (as probably Nefertari).

801-685-460
Upper part of life size statue of a queen, red granite, early Dyn. XVIII, in The Thalassic Collection, Ltd. in 2002.
C. H. R[oehrig] in Lacovara, P. et al. The Collector's Eye: Masterpieces of Egyptian Art from The Thalassic Collection, Ltd. (2001), Cat. 6 fig.

801-685-470
Upper part of woman, from pair-statue (hand of man preserved), remains of text on back pillar, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in private possession in Basel in 1978, at Christie's in 1998 and in New York - Beverly Hills - London, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1999.
Schlögl, H. in Geschenk des Nils No. 179 pl.; Christie Sale Cat. Sept. 23, 1998, No. 84 fig. (as mid-Dyn. XVIII to early Dyn. XIX); Eisenberg, J. M. Art of the Ancient World. Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Egyptian, & Near Eastern Antiquities x (Jan. 1999), No. 181 fig. (as late Dyn. XVIII to early Dyn. XIX).

801-685-490
Bust of a queen, probably Teye Tjj (wife of Amenophis III), with remains of text on back pillar, in private possession in 1994, at Sotheby's in 1995 and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1996.
Ziegler in Berger et al. (eds.), Hommages à Jean Leclant i, 540 fig. 2; Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 14, 1995, No. 35 figs.; Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 17, 1996, No. 18 figs.

Plaster.

801-685-600
Bust of a queen (or goddess), New Kingdom, in London, Eternal Egypt, in 1992.
Gill, R. Catalogue 'Jasper Crown'. Egyptian Antiquities (Sept. 1992), No. 12 fig. (as Dyn. XIX-XX).

Wood.

801-685-700
Upper part, late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, formerly in N. Schimmel colln., now in Jerusalem, Israel Museum, 91.71.256.
Cooney in Hoffmann, H. (ed.), Norbert Schimmel Collection No. 90 fig. (as probably temp Haremhab); J. D. C[ooney] in Muscarella, O. W. (ed.), Ancient Art. The Norbert Schimmel Collection (1974), No. 188 pl. (as probably temp. Haremhab); Von Troja bis Amarna No. 233 fig.; The Israel Museum Journal x (1992), fig. on 81 [left] (caption in error). See MMA Bull. N.S. xlix [4] (Spring 1992), 63.

801-685-720
Upper part, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 63805.
Shorter in Brit. Mus. Quarterly ix (1934-5), 92 pl. xxvii [c, d].

Faience.

801-685-900
Faience statuette of a King's wife, etc., top of head lost, probably Teye Tjj and temp. Amenophis III, in Cairo Mus. CG 780 (JE 31009).
Borchardt, Statuen iii, 89 Bl. 144; Vandier, Manuel iii, 620 pl. cxxxvi [1]; B. M. B[ryan] in Kozloff et al. Egypt's Dazzling Sun 203, 475 fig. 22a (from Borchardt); id. in Kozloff et al. Aménophis III, le Pharaon-Soleil 165 fig. [22] a (from Borchardt). See Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 14-15 (as probably Queen Teye).

Heads.
Stone.

801-690-020
Head and left shoulder, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.144.
Steindorff, Cat. 42 [113] pl. xix.

801-690-050
Head, from pair-statue or group, 2nd half of Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 11.1483.
Spanel, Through Ancient Eyes Cat. 31 figs. See Smith, Anc. Eg. (1942), 116-17; (1952), 117 (both as Dyn. XIX); (1960), 126 (as temp. Amenophis III).

801-690-055
Head, probably of Teye Tjj (wife of Amenophis III), wearing crown with horns and sun-disc, with remains of text on back, from pair-statue or group, peridotite, temp. Amenophis III, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 21.2802. (Acquired at anam, probably from Sedeinga.)
Vandier, Manuel iii, 615 pl. cxxxvii [1] (as granite); B. M. B[ryan] in Kozloff et al. Egypt's Dazzling Sun 171, 177, 469 Cat. 15 figs.; id. in Kozloff et al. Aménophis III, le Pharaon-Soleil 148, 403 Cat. 15 figs. on 146; KMT 3 [2] (1992), fig. on 18 [right]; Delange, Aménophis III, le Pharaon-Soleil (Le petit journal des grandes expositions 245), fig. 15 on 2nd p.; A. K. C[apel] in Capel, A. K. and Markoe, G. E. (eds.), Mistress of the House, Mistress of Heaven. Women in Ancient Egypt 111-12 [44] fig. (as magnesite marble). Face, Terrace in The Connoisseur 169 (1968), col. pl. 4 on 50; Bothmer in Berman, The Art of Amenhotep III: Art Historical Analysis 86-7 fig. 17 on pl. 23. See Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 5-6 (as granite).

801-690-060
Fragment of face, temp. Amenophis IV, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 1976.602.
101st Annual Report 1976-7 fig. on 29 [upper] (as probably temp. Tutankhamun); Simpson, The Face of Egypt No. 21 figs. (as a daughter of Amenophis IV, or as Smenkhkare or Tutankhamun); id. in Boston Mus. Bull. 77 (1979), 48 fig. 28 (as prince or princess); A Table of Offerings (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 1987), 40-1 fig. See Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 95-6 (as probably Nefertiti).

801-690-080
Head of female statue, end of Dyn. XVIII or beginning of Dyn. XIX, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 37.256.
See Vandier, Manuel iii, 653 (as 37.256E).

801-690-085
Head of female statue, end of Dyn. XVIII or beginning of Dyn. XIX, formerly in H. J. Anderson and New York Historical Society collns., now in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 37.268E.
Oliver, Jr. A. Beyond the Shores of Tripoli. American Archaeology in the Eastern Mediterranean 1789-1879 fig. on 11th p. See NYHS Cat. 74 (as queen and sandstone); Vandier, Manuel iii, 653.

801-690-090
Face of female statue, mid-Dyn. XVIII, formerly in A. L. Owens colln. and in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, in 1972, now in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 86.226.36.
Sotheby Parke Bernet (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 1, 1972, No. 22 fig. (as man and temp. Tuthmosis III or earlier); Kelly, A. P. The Anatomy of Antiques (1974), 16 fig. 1 (as man and temp. Hatshepsut). See Brooklyn Mus. Ann. Rep. xiv (1972-3), 11-12 (L73.2.3 at that time).

801-690-120
Head of statue of a queen, right side lost, calcite, late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in Chicago IL, Art Institute of Chicago, 1892.232.
Allen, A Handbook of the Egyptian Collection (1923), 54 fig. (as Teye, wife of Amenophis III); Teeter in Ancient Art at The Art Institute of Chicago (The Art Institute of Chicago, Museum Studies, 20 [1], 1994), 21 [5] fig. (as Teye); Alexander, K. in Minerva 5 [3] (May-June 1994), fig. 2 on 29 (as Teye). See Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 8-9 (as probably Teye and Chicago, Oriental Institute Museum, 18021); B. M. B[ryan] in Kozloff et al. Egypt's Dazzling Sun 210 n. 7; id. in Kozloff et al. Aménophis III, le Pharaon-Soleil 174 n. 7.

801-690-150
Head, probably princess, sandstone(?), temp. Amenophis IV, on loan to Geneva, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire.
M. M[üller] in Geschenk des Nils No. 182 pl. See id. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 149 [4].

801-690-160
Fragment of head wearing khat-headdress, probably Queen Nefertiti Nfrt-jjtj, temp. Amenophis IV, in Hamburg, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, 1966.96. (Possibly belonging to Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 58.2, from el-Amârna.) (Probably from el-Amârna.)
H. H[offmann] in Bildführer 3. Ausgewählte Werke aus den Erwerbungen 1962-1971 (Festgabe L. L. Möller), No. 2 fig. (as Amenophis IV); Eaton-Krauss in Chron. d'Ég. lvi (1981), 245-51 fig. 1; Altenmüller in Menschenbild No. 16 fig. (as king or queen). See Eaton-Krauß in SAK 5 (1977), 38 [30] (as Amenophis IV); Harris in Acta Orientalia xxxviii (1977), 9 n. 28; Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis III. und Echnatons iv - 97.

801-690-170
Head, Dyn. XVIII, in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1935.200.680.
Ägyptische Abteilung. Rundplastik des Neuen Reiches und der Dritten Zwischenzeit 2 [3] fig. (as early Dyn. XVIII).

801-690-177
Head, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 435.
See Guide (Sculpture), 195 [707].

801-690-180
Head, probably princess, unfinished, red quartzite, temp. Amenophis IV, in London, British Museum, EA 69223.
See Bourriau in JEA 70 (1984), 132 [323].

801-690-200
Head of statue of a princess with sidelock, granite, possibly temp. Amenophis IV, in London, Petrie Museum, 2498.
Page, Sculpture No. 90 fig.

801-690-220
Head of statuette, probably woman and temp. Amenophis IV, in London, Petrie Museum, 16662.
Page, Sculpture No. 89 figs.

801-690-240
Fragment of face, temp. Amenophis III, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 5866. (Probably from Thebes.)
See Müller, H. W. and Löhr in Münchner Jahrb. 3 Ser. xxiii (1972), 213; Staatl. Sammlung (1972), 62; (1976), 100.

801-690-243
Probably a princess, lapis lazuli, temp. Amenophis IV, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 5965.
Müller, H. W. in Münchner Jahrb. 3 Ser. xxv (1974), 219 Abb. 8; Staatl. Sammlung (1976), 101 fig.; Schoske and Wildung, Äg. Kunst München 151 [45] fig.

801-690-260
Lower part of head of statue, probably of Queen Teye Tjj (wife of Amenophis III), temp. Amenophis III, jasper, fomerly in the Earl of Carnarvon colln., now in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.1396.
Burlington Cat. (1922), 80 [40] pl. vi [lower] (as Nefertiti); Newberry in Ross, The Art of Egypt pl. on 179 [1, a] (as limestone and from el-Amârna); Strömbom, S. Egyptens Konst fig. 46; Winlock, Egyptian Statues and Statuettes (1937), fig. on 16 (as from el-Amârna); Scott, Egyptian Statues (1945), 16th pl.; Hayes, Scepter ii, 259-60 fig. 156 (as probably from el-Amârna); Säve-Söderbergh, Pharaohs and Mortals pl. on 167; Aldred, N.K. Art (1961), 68 pl. 90 (as probably from el-Amârna); id. Akhenaten and Nefertiti No. 21 fig.; Guide to the Collections. Egyptian Art (1962), fig. 34; Giedion, S. The Eternal Present. The Beginnings of Architecture ii, fig. 54 (as Nefertiti or Teye); Bille-De Mot, Die Revolution des Pharao Echnaton 194 pl. xiii; Clark, K. Masterpieces of Fifty Centuries No. 25 fig. and col. pl. on 27; Guide (1983), 100 [32] fig.; E. R. R[ussmann] in MMA Bull. N.S. xli [3] (Winter 1983-4), 33 [33] fig.; Dorman et al. Egypt and the Ancient Near East fig. 38; De Putter, T. and Karlshausen, C. Les Pierres utilisées dans la sculpture et l'architecture de l'Égypte pharaonique 102, 103 pl. 34; A. P. K[ozloff] in Kozloff et al. Egypt's Dazzling Sun Cat. 16 fig. pl. 15; id. in Kozloff et al. Aménophis III, le Pharaon-Soleil Cat. 16 fig.; id. in The Chronicle of Higher Education xxxix [30] (March 31, 1993), fig. on B5 [bottom]; Monier, F. in Les Pharaons Soleil. Supplément L'Express, 29 avril 1993 fig. on 9 [upper]; Shaw and Nicholson, British Museum Dictionary of Ancient Egypt fig. on 290; Arnold, Do. The Royal Women of Amarna. Images of Beauty from Ancient Egypt (1996), 35-8 figs. 27, 29 (as Kiya and temp. Amenophis IV); id. in KMT 7 [4] (1996), 30-1 fig. on 19 [upper] (as Nefertiti or Kiya and temp. Amenophis IV); Bianchi, R. S. in Minerva 8 [1] (Jan.-Feb. 1997), 10 fig. 2 on 9; Ross, B. in Aramco World 50 [6] (Nov.-Dec. 1999), fig. on 34 [lower left]; Kouwenhoven, A. in Archéologia 374 (Jan. 2001), fig. on 16 [upper] (as Neferetiti or Kiya). See Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 138.

801-690-280
Head, probably princess, very small, yellow steatite, temp. Amenophis IV, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.13856.
See Boreux, Guide ii, 344 (as glazed pottery); Vandier, Guide (1948), 64; (1952), 65; (1973), 119; id. Manuel iii, 637.

801-690-282
Head, probably princess, temp. Amenophis IV, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.16894.
*Vandier in Revue des Beaux-Arts de France vii (1945), 7-11 figs. See id. Guide (1948), 64; (1952), 65; (1973), 120; id. Manuel iii, 638.

801-690-290
Head of statue of young woman, Dyn. XVIII-XIX, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, MM 11418.
Holthoer, R. in Muinainen Egypti - hetki ikuisuudesta (Tampere, Tampere Art Museum, 30.8.1993 - 2.1.1994), Cat. 118 fig. See Stockholm. 5000 år No. 74.

801-690-300
Head, probably Queen Teye Tjj or goddess, red granite, temp. Amenophis III, in Strasbourg, Institut d'Égyptologie, 965.
Spiegelberg, Ausgewählte Kunst-Denkmäler der aegyptischen Sammlung ... Strassburg 8-9 [12] Taf. vii; Départs. Revue pour les jeunes 7 [3] (Jan. 1956), fig. on 17 [upper right]; Antiquités égyptiennes (Strasbourg, Exposition ... 12 juillet - 15 octobre 1973), No. 126 front cover (as 1st half of Dyn. XVIII). See Bucher, P. and Leclant in Bulletin. Société Académique du Bas-Rhin pour le progrès des sciences, des lettres, des arts et de la vie économique N.S. lvii-lx (1953-6), 106; Müller, M. Die Kunst Amenophis' III. und Echnatons iv - 48-9; Lehnardt, R. in La Femme dans l'Égypte Ancienne (Institut d'Égyptologie de Strasbourg, etc., 1994), 24-5 [29].

801-690-302
Head, Dyn. XVIII, in Strasbourg, Institut d'Égyptologie, 972.
See Antiquités égyptiennes (Strasbourg, Exposition ... 12 juillet - 15 octobre 1973), No. 143; Lehnardt, R. in La Femme dans l'Égypte Ancienne (Institut d'Égyptologie de Strasbourg, etc., 1994), 16 [11].

801-690-304
Head, 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, in Strasbourg, Institut d'Égyptologie, 1389.
Lehnardt, R. in La Femme dans l'Égypte Ancienne (Institut d'Égyptologie de Strasbourg, etc., 1994), 15-16 [10] fig. See Antiquités égyptiennes (Strasbourg, Exposition ... 12 juillet - 15 octobre 1973), No. 128.

801-690-306
Head, granite, end of Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX, in Strasbourg, Institut d'Égyptologie, 1407.
Lehnardt, R. in La Femme dans l'Égypte Ancienne (Institut d'Égyptologie de Strasbourg, etc., 1994), 16-17 [12] fig. See Antiquités égyptiennes (Strasbourg, Exposition ... 12 juillet - 15 octobre 1973), No. 135.

801-690-310
Head, sandstone, Dyn. XVIII-XIX, in Swansea, University of Wales, The Egypt Centre, W.1280.

801-690-320
Head, possibly princess and temp. Amenophis IV, in Truro, The Royal Cornwall Museum, 1923.39.2.

801-690-330
Head, quartzite, possibly princess and temp. Amenophis IV, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3141.
Farina, Il Regio Museo (1931), fig. on 49 [lower right]; (1938), fig. on 54 [lower right] (as boy and Dyn. XXVI); Galvano, L'Arte 53 fig. 56 (as boy and Dyn. XXVI); Scamuzzi, Museo Egizio di Torino Tav. xxxvii, xxxviii (reversed) (as man and Dyn. XVIII-XIX); Woldering, Götter Abb. 82 (as man and Dyn. XVIII-XIX); Curto, L'antico Egitto nel Museo Egizio di Torino (1984), fig. on 127 [right]; E. L[eospo] in Il senso dell'arte No. 59 fig.; Donadoni in Donadoni Roveri, Monumental Art 181 pl. 265 (as man and Ptolemaic); Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 172 fig. (as man and Dyn. XXX or early Ptolemaic); Petrie Ital. photo. 164 [left]; Gardiner MSS. 28.201 (photo.) (as Dyn. XXVI); H. W. Müller Archive 29 [I/389-91, 1079] (as probably Dyn. XVIII-XIX). See Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 431 (as man and granite); Tefnin in Bibliotheca Orientalis l (1993), 628 (as man and Dyn. XIX).

801-690-350
Head, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5981.
Rogge, Statuen N.R. 38-41 figs. (as mid-Dyn. XVIII to Amenophis III).

801-690-370
Nebtihyt Nb(t)-jjjt, Sistrum-player of Hathor, Dyn. XIX, formerly in E. Alport colln. and at Christie's in 1972 and 1974.
See Christie Sale Cat. July 12, 1972, No. 129; ib. April 30 - May 1, 1974, No. 351.

801-690-380
Head, unfinished, quartzite, probably temp. Amenophis IV, formerly in E. Brummer colln. and at Sotheby's in 1964 and 1981. (Allegedly from el-Amârna.)
Sotheby Sale Cat. (E. Brummer), Nov. 16-17, 1964, No. 84 fig.; July 13-14, 1981, No. 86 fig.

801-690-390
Lower half of head, probably of woman, granite, probably New Kingdom, at Christie's in 1978.
Christie Sale Cat. March 20, 1978, No. 315 pl. 22.

801-690-420
Head, late Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX, in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1988.
La Gazette de l'Hôtel Drouot 97 [21] (May 20, 1988), fig. on 28 [upper right].

801-690-440
Head, probably woman or goddess and hard stone, probably New Kingdom, in Munich, H. Herzer & Co., in 1970.
The Burlington Magazine cxi [801] (Dec. 1969), Advertisements, fig. on xliii; Objets 3 (1970), fig. on 6th p. after 55; Apollo xci [96] (Feb. 1970), Advertisements, fig. on lxxxii.

801-690-450
Head, probably mid-Dyn. XVIII, formerly in Lehmann colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1925.
Collection Lehmann. Catalogue des Antiquités Égyptiennes [etc.] (Hôtel Drouot, 11 Juin 1925), No. 47 pl. vi.

801-690-457
Head of a statue of queen, gneiss, probably Dyn. XIX, formerly in the possession of J. Tokeley Parry, then returned to Egypt in 2000.
Egyptian Archaeology 16 (2000), 8 fig. [upper].

801-690-460
Head, probably female, calcite, late Dyn. XVIII, in Freiburg, Galerie Günter Puhze, in 1981.
Galerie Günter Puhze. Kunst der Antike. Katalog 1981 No. 327 fig.

801-690-465
Head, probably princess, brown grey stone, temp. Amenophis IV, in Brussels, Claude Schots (dealer), in 1973.
The Burlington Magazine cxv [842] (May 1973), Advertisements, fig. on lx.

801-690-470
Head, probably late Dyn. XVIII, at Sotheby's in 1983.
Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 12-13, 1983, No. 153 fig.

801-690-490
Head, text on back, red granite, Dyn. XIX, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1988.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 15, 1988, No. 19 fig. (as temp. Ramesses II).

801-690-510
Face, fragmentary and poorly restored, probably late Dyn. XVIII, formerly in A. Stoclet colln.
Frankfort, Egyptische beeldhouwwerken uit de verzameling A. Stoclet te Brussel in Maandblad voor Beeldende Kunsten vii [3] (March 1930), 82-3 fig. 12 (as probably Queen Teye).

801-690-520
Head, right lappet of wig lost, quartzite, Dyn. XVIII, formerly in L. Wolfe colln. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1984.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. March 1-2, 1984, No. 149 fig. (as temp. Amenophis III).

801-690-540
Head of statue of queen wearing small sun-disk and two tall plumes, probably Teye Tjj, wife of Amenophis III, granodiorite, probably temp. Amenophis III, in private possession in England in 1992.
B. M. B[ryan] in Kozloff et al. Egypt's Dazzling Sun 145, 164, 166, 168, 169, 177, 209, 255, 318, 468 Cat. 13 figs. pl. 13; id. in Kozloff et al. Aménophis III, le Pharaon-Soleil 119, 120, 135, 136, 139, 148, 172, 216, 276, 402 Cat. 13 figs.; Kozloff in The Magazine Antiques Sept. 1992, front cover; id. and Bryan, B. M. in Minerva 3 [4] (July-Aug. 1992), 21, 23 fig. 4; Delange, E. in BSFÉ 125 (1992), 34 fig. 5 [right]; David, E. in Aménophis III (Connaissance des Arts no. hors série, 1993), fig. 7 on 9.

801-690-541
Head and shoulders of colossal statue of a queen, Sistrum player, Dancer, Dyn. XIX, in private possession in England in the late 1990s.

801-690-550
Head, possibly a queen, much eroded, late Dyn. XVIII, in private possession in Germany in 1985 and in H. H. colln. in Zurich in 1998.
Ägyptische Kunst aus der Zeit des Königs Echnaton (Hamburg, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, 14. Mai - 27. Juni 1965), Kat. 22 Abb. 13, 14 (as temp. Amenophis IV); Wildung, Entdeckungen No. 45 fig.; M. P[age-]G[asser] in Page-Gasser, M. and Wiese, A. B. Ägypten. Augenblicke der Ewigkeit (1997), 150-1 [92] fig. (as temp. Amenophis IV).

801-690-570
Head, probably temp. Amenophis IV, in private possession in U.S.A. in 1982.
Hoving, T. in The Connoisseur 209 (1982), fig. on 104-5 [left].

801-690-580
Upper part of head of statue, a queen, probably Teye Tjj, wife of Amenophis III, greywacke, probably temp. Amenophis III, in private possession in 1997.
Schoske, S. in Grimm, A. et al. Pharao. Kunst und Herrschaft im alten Ägypten (1997), 86-8 [64] fig.

Plaster.

801-690-590
Head, temp. Amenophis IV, formerly in Sir Jacob Epstein colln.
The Epstein Collection of Tribal and Exotic Sculpture (1960), No. 293 pl. xv.

Wood.

801-690-700
Head, probably Dyn. XIX, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.246. (Allegedly from Asyû.)
Steindorff, Cat. 45-6 [127] pl. xix.

801-690-710
Head of statue of a queen, probably Teye Tjj, gilded wood, steatite and glass, temp. Amenophis III, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, VÄGM 1-92. (Probably from tomb of Amenophis III in the West Valley of the Kings.)
Wildung in Jahrb. Preußischer Kulturbesitz xxix (1992), 142 Abb. 7; id. in Amarna Letters. Essays on Ancient Egypt ca. 1390-1310 B.C. iii (1994), 23, 25 figs. on 22, 24; Schoske, S. in Grimm, A. et al. Pharao. Kunst und Herrschaft im alten Ägypten (1997), 88 [65] fig. on 89.

Ivory.

801-690-720
Head, Dyn. XIX, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 1672.
Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 47 [76] pl. 87; Jørgensen, M. Egypt II (1550-1080 B.C.). Catalogue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 278-9 [114] fig. (as Dyn. XIX-XX).

[801-690-740 deleted; this ivory female head, probably from a cosmetic spoon, comes from Kôm Medînet Ghurab and is already listed in Bibl. iv.113]

Glass.

801-690-850
Head, cut at the back, from composite statue of a woman, light green glass, late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 57.164.
Cooney in Journal of Glass Studies ii (1960), 26-7 fig. 18 and frontispiece (as late Dyn. XVIII); Riefstahl, Ancient Egyptian Glass and Glazes in The Brooklyn Museum 100 [35] fig. on 38; Spanel, Through Ancient Eyes Cat. No. 32 figs. (as possibly a goddess and Dyn. XVIII-XX).

Terracotta.

801-691-500
Head, probably princess, temp. Amenophis IV, in A.-M. Vandewalle colln. in 1991.
Tefnin, R. in SAK 13 (1986), 255-61 Taf. 23-4; id. in Van Nijl tot Schelde Cat. 129 fig. (as probably from el-Amârna).

Other fragments.
Stone.

801-693-050
Nefernefruaten Nefertiti Nfr-nfrw-jtn Nfrt-jjtj (queen of Amenophis IV), hand holding offering-table, calcite, temp. Amenophis IV, in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1935.200.137.
Ägyptische Abteilung. Rundplastik des Neuen Reiches und der Dritten Zwischenzeit 6 [11] fig. [upper] (as possibly from el-Amârna).

801-693-052
Nefernefruaten Nefertiti Nfr-nfrw-jtn Nfrt-jjtj (queen of Amenophis IV), leg with back pillar, calcite, temp. Amenophis IV, in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1970.51. (Said to have been found at el-Ashmûnein in the late 1930s.)
Ägyptische Abteilung. Rundplastik des Neuen Reiches und der Dritten Zwischenzeit 6 [10] fig. [lower] (as possibly from el-Amârna). See Munro, P. in Städel-Jahrbuch N.F. 4 (1973), 7 n.2 on 23.

801-693-200
Fragment of base of statuette of woman Tentopet T3-nt-jpt, ... of Amun, with text mentioning [Mut mistress of ] Asher, Dyn. XIX-XX, in London, Petrie Museum, 14584.
Text, Stewart, Eg. Stelae iii, 30 [108] pl. 39 (as Dyn. XVIII).

801-693-250
Esinefert 3st-nfrt, King's great wife (probably of Ramesses II), fragment of pedestal, basalt, probably temp. Ramesses II, at Christie's in 1970 and 1974.
See Christie Sale Cat. Dec. 2, 1970, No. 151 [1st item]; April 30 - May 1, 1974, No. 349.

801-693-260
Fragment mentioning King's great wife, from probably seated statue, red granite, New Kingdom, at Christie's (East, New York) in 1995.
Christie (East, New York) Sale Cat. March 2, 1995, No. 16 fig.

801-693-320
Middle part of seated woman wearing pleated dress, from a pair-statue, remains of text on back, late Dyn. XVIII, at Sotheby's in 1991.
Sotheby Sale Cat. July 8, 1991, No. 176 fig.

Women with children
Wood.

801-694-150
Woman with child on her back, feet lost, late Dyn. XVIII, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln., now in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 2955.
Von Bissing, Zeit und Herkunft der in Cerveteri gefundenen Gefäße aus ägyptischer Fayence und glasiertem Ton in Sitzungsberichte der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Philos.-hist. Abt. 1941, Band II, Heft 7, 41 n. 100 Taf. viii [2]; Schoske and Wildung, Äg. Kunst München 151 [36-7] figs. See Staatl. Sammlung (1972), 82; (1976), 86, 88 (both as Nubian); Habrich, Ch., Kolta, K. S. and Schoske, S. Ein Leib für Leben und Ewigkeit. Medizin im alten Ägypten. Ausstellung ... Ingolstadt, 17. Juli - 15. September 1985, 31 [22] (as Nubian).



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