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. 3IP
801-701-520 to 801-719-050 (pages 737-54 of the printed version)
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© Griffith Institute, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford


THIRD INTERMEDIATE PERIOD

Dynasties XXI-XXIV

Man and woman

Standing.

Stone.

801-701-520

Penwedjet(?) P3-n-wdt{t}(?), Child of the chief of the Ma (headless) and wife ...y ...jj, Songstress of the wabt of Ptah, dedicated by Esptah Ns-pt , Child of the chief of the Ma, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari, black granite, Dyn. XXII, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 9320.

Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 66 [180] Taf. x [a]. Text, Aeg. Inschr. ii, 229-30. See Ausf. Verz. 232; Yoyotte in Mélanges Maspero i [4], 128 [33].

801-701-580

Tentamenopet T3-nt-jmn-jpt, King's wife (of Sesonchis III), and Amenemhet Jmn-m-3t, God's father of Amun-Re, Prophet of the statue(?) of pharaoh Sheshonk-meriamun (Sesonchis III), base with two feet of probably these persons, with text mentioning Isis, quartzite, temp. Sesonchis III, in London, Petrie Museum, 14661.

Stewart, Eg. Stelae iii, 34 [128] pl. 45.

Seated.

Stone.

801-702-100

Man and woman, feet and front of base lost, inscribed, including a large cartouche of Osorkon II on front of seat, granite, temp. Osorkon II, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1999.

Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 5, 1999, No. 319 fig. (as Dyn. XVIII).

Man

Standing.

Stone.

801-703-100

A King's son, sem-priest, Overseer of the six great houses, etc., torso and right leg (foot lost), with text mentioning Atum, and wife Merytre Mrjjt-r , Songstress of Re, in relief, probably Dyn. XXII, in Brit. Mus. EA 14422.

801-703-200

Man, head and lower legs lost, with text mentioning Osiris of Naref, basalt, Dyn. XXII or later, at Sotheby's in 1989. (Probably from Ihnâsya el-Medîna.)

Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 11, 1989, No. 40 fig. (as Ankhsemtu n-sm3-t3wj, 'His beloved son', Third prophet, and Harsaphes mentioned in invocation).

801-703-250

Nofru(?) Nfrw(?)(?), wearing shendyt, granite, possibly Dyn. XXI-XXIV, in private possession in England in 1982. (Allegedly from Sheikh Abd el-Qurna.)

Wood.

801-703-300

Ankhefenkhons I n.f-n-nsw I, son of Besenmut I Bs-n-mwt, small, with suspension ring, Dyn. XXII-XXVI, in Macclesfield, West Park Museum and Art Gallery, 1897.77.

David, The Macclesfield Collection [etc.], 59 [H.8] figs. Sketch and text, Edwards MSS. 337.

Standing with figure of deity.

Bronze.

801-704-520

Meh-khons M-nsw, God's father of Khons, with figure of Osiris on front, and Pesh(en)esi P3-rj-(n-)3st, God's father of Atum, in high relief on both sides, and other deities incised on various parts of statuette, Dyn. XXI-XXII, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln. and The Hague, Scheurleer Museum, now in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 23732.

Von Bissing, De Egyptische oudheden in het Museum Carnegielaan 12, den Haag in Elsevier's Geïllustreerd Maandschrift (Amsterdam), 36, vol. 71 (Jan.-June 1926), pl. xii [lower left] (as New Kingdom); id. in Pantheon ii (1928), 590-4 figs. (as Dyn. XXII); Cohen, D. Egypte en Voor-Azië pl. 13 (as Dyn. XXI); Tentoonstelling ... Amsterdam ... 1931, No. 352 fig. (as Dyn. XXI); Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.] 36-7 [81] Taf. iv [c] (as nsw-m and probably Dyn. XXII); Hamann, Äg. Kunst 276 Abb. 302 (as Dyn. XXI); Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 302-3 [370, a] Abb. 385-6 Taf. 45, 46 [b, f, g]; Wolf, Kunst 612 Abb. 620 (as Dyn. XXII); Kaiser, Äg. Mus. Berlin (1967), 80 [814d] Abb. (as 114d in caption); Altenmüller in Menschenbild No. 27 fig.; Karig in Äg. Mus. (1984), fig. on 72; Ziegler in Tanis. L'or des pharaons fig. on 90 [lower right]; Settgast, Äg. Mus. (1991), 114-15 [59] pl.; Wildung, Egyptian Art in Berlin 42 fig. 33. Upper part, Varga in Bull. Mus. Hongrois 58-9 (1982), 10 fig. 9 (as Dyn. XXII).

Seated.

Stone.

801-705-100

Man, upper part, with text mentioning Amun-Re-Harakhti-Atum lord of Karnak and Min lord of Ipu, with figures of deities on arms, Dyn. XXII, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln., now in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1935.200.115.

Woldering in ZÄS 80 (1955), 72 note 4 Taf. viii [2] (as breccia); Ägyptische Abteilung. Rundplastik des Neuen Reiches und der Dritten Zwischenzeit 10 [21] fig.; H. W. Müller Archive 10 [II/340-1; IV/5].

801-705-300

Ankhefensekhmet n.f-n-smt, Leader of the god's offerings of Ptah south of his wall, Chief steward, etc., son of Djeptahefankh Dd-pt-jw.f-n , God's father of Ptah, Chief steward, etc., lower part, with text mentioning Ptah-tatanen, Hathor, etc., gabbro(?), Dyn. XXI-XXIV, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 8471. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

Rogge, Statuen N.R. 173-8 figs.

Seated on the ground.

Stone.

801-706-100

Djedjehutefankh Dd-dwtj-jw.f-n , Director of the Mansions of Neith, Scribe of divine writing of the temple of Neith mistress of Sais, son of Pemu P3-mjw, Director of the Mansions of Neith, Scribe of divine writing of the temple of Neith mistress of Sais, lower part, probably Dyn. XXII, in Brit. Mus. EA 37922.

See Guide, 4th to 6th 135 [142].

801-706-200

Pauryanor P3-wrjj-n-rw, Overseer of builders of Upper and Lower Egypt, etc., son of Penwahamun P3-n-w3-jmn, lower part, grey granite, probably Dyn. XXI-XXII, in Louvre, E.26022.

Vandier in La Revue du Louvre xix (1969), 44-5 fig. 5.

Kneeling.

Bronze.

801-707-600

Esba(neb)ded Ns-b3-(nb-)dd(t), Prophet of Amun-Re, arms lost, Dyn. XXI-XXII, in Mariemont, Musée Royal de Mariemont, B.242 (E.52).

Petrie, History iii, 214 fig. 87; van de Walle in Antiquités ... Mariemont 32-3 pl. 9; Evrard-Derriks in Hainaut tourisme 186 (March 1978), 31 fig. 9; Derriks, Choix d'oeuvres. Égypte No. 26 fig.; Thierry, S. in L'Oeil 278 (Sept. 1978), front cover; Ziegler in Tanis. L'or des pharaons fig. on 90 [lower left]; M.-C. B[ruwier] in Van Nijl tot Schelde Cat. 214 fig. See C. E[vrard]-D[erriks] in Artisans de l'Égypte ancienne (Musée Royal de Mariemont, 27 mars - 21 juin 1981), No. 75.

801-707-650

Man, lower arms lost, probably from group which included a deity, Dyn. XXI-XXII, in Louvre, E.25432.

Vandier in La Revue du Louvre xi (1961), 97-8 figs. 1. See Vingt ans 24 [114].

Faience.

801-707-800

Statuette of Penamun P3-n-jmn, Shield-bearer of the Great House, son of Khamkhons 3m-nsw, of Sherken, kneeling, lower part, faience, Dyn. XXII-XXIII, seen in commerce in late 1800s or early 1900s, then in Paris, Musée Guimet, 2784, now in Louvre, E.22284.

Part of text, Yoyotte, J. in Kêmi xxi (1971), 51 (from von Bissing's copy for the Wörterbuch). Names and titles, Chevereau, P.-M. Prosopographie des cadres militaires égyptiens de la Basse Époque 55 [56].

Kneeling with figure of deity.

Stone.

801-708-100

Penamun P3-n-jmn, Deputy of the treasury of the Great House, son of Hati 3tj, God's father, holding figure of Osiris(?), probably Dyn. XXI, in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1953.126.

Block-statues.

Stone.

801-709-020

Man, remains of text, with naos of Osiris on front, basalt, probably Dyn. XXI-XXIV, in Adelaide, Australian Museum, A.40079.

801-709-050

Djadja(?) D3d3(?), Treasurer of the god, with owner offering to Osiris-On[nophris] on front, Dyn. XXI, in Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 03.1556.

801-709-055

[Dje]djehut[efankh] [Dd-]dwtj[-jw.f-n], son(?) of Amenemonet Jmn-m-jnt , Prophet of Amun-Re,Royal scribe,General in the whole land, fragment with eight lines of text, temp. Sesonchis III, in Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 11.1534.

801-709-070

Man, granite, Dyn. XXI-XXVI, in Buffalo (NY), Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 71.11.

Nash, S. A. (ed.), Painting and Sculpture from Antiquity to 1942 (Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1979), 72 fig. [left]. See The Art Quarterly xxxv (1972), 186 (as sitting).

801-709-080

A son(?) of Amenemonet Jmn-m-jnt, sem-priest in the Ramesseum, Prophet of Amenophis (deified Amenophis I) of the temenos, etc., head, hands and feet lost, with man censing and libating to Amun on front, and other deities on feet and sides, all in relief, green stone, probably Dyn. XXII, in Cairo Mus. CG 884.

Borchardt, Statuen iii, 136-7 Bl. 155 (as Late Period). Text, Daressy in Rec. Trav. xiv (1893), 169 [lix] (as black granite). See Jansen-Winkeln, Ägyptische Biographien der 22. und 23. Dynastie 260-2 [B 9].

801-709-120

Man, with figure of Osiris on front, pink and black granite, Dyn. XXI-XXIV, at Christie's (New York) in 1979, now in Columbia (Mo.), Museum of Art and Archaeology, 1980.380.

Christie (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 5, 1979, No. 276 fig.; Muse 15 (1981), fig. on 11.

801-709-125

Pedehor P3-dj-rw, Beloved of the god, son of Espaneferhor Ns-p3-nfr-rw, General of the temple of Amun, Scribe of commands of the temple of Amun, etc., and Buirtehuren B(w)-jrt-rn, fragment, with cartouche of Osorkon II and Pedehor P3-dj-rw censing to [Amun-Re] in relief, granite, temp. Osorkon II, in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1956.144.

See Murray, M. A. Catalogue of Egyptian Antiquities in the National Museum of Antiquities Edinburgh 24 [416], 53 [416].

801-709-150

Ankhefen... n.f-n..., Great one of the wab-priests of the temple of Amun in the second phyle, etc., with man before deities incised on front, probably Dyn. XXII, in Glasgow, Burrell Collection, 13.112.

See The Burrell Collection Exhibition 1949 (Corporation of Glasgow Art Galleries and Museums, McLellan Galleries), 14 [176] (as Dyn. XII).

801-709-170

Head and shoulder with part of right arm, red granite, Dyn. XXII, formerly in Zurich, Galerie Nefer, now in Hildesheim, Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Pelizaeus-Museum 5583. (Possibly from Karnak.)

Galerie Nefer. Ancient Art [1 (1983)], fig. on 18th p. [upper]; R. Sch[ulz] in Eggebrecht, A. (ed.), Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim. Die ägyptische Sammlung (1993), Abb. 73 on 77.

801-709-240

Esamun Ns-jmn, Prophet of Montu lord of Thebes, Member of the phyle of the temple of Re-Harakhti, etc., son of Ankhefenkhons n.f-n-nsw and Eskhons Ns-nsw, Sistrum-player of Amun-Re and Montu lord of Thebes, much of head and right hand lost, with figure of Re-Harakhti and, in relief, man censing to Osiris on front, and scenes before the Theban triad, Abydos fetish and Isis and Nephthys as human-headed serpents on sides, black granite, Dyn. XXII-XXIV, in Brit. Mus. EA 1197.

See Guide (Sculpture), 232 [837].

801-709-300

Mersuptah Mr-sw-pt, Overseer of works in Hutkaptah (Memphis), brown granite, Dyn. XXII, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 25.184.14.

801-709-350

Hor rw, Governor of the Town and Vizier, with baboon on front, much damaged, granodiorite, probably early Dyn. XXII, formerly in Paris, Musée Guimet, 2869, now in Louvre, E.20368.

Schulz, Entwicklung i, 463 [277]; ii, Taf. 123 [a] (as Dyn. XIX). Names and titles, Weil, Die Veziere des Pharaonenreiches 157 [37, b]. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 676 (as granite and New Kingdom).

801-709-400

Mentuhotep Mntw-tp, Prophet of Amun, His beloved son, Greatest of the five, son of [Pede]amun-nebnesuttaui [P3-dj-]jmn-nb-nst-t3wj [], Third prophet of Amun, etc., and Ankh-keramat n-krmt, dedicated by son Djeptahefankh Dd-pt-jw.f- n, son of Tamyt T3-mjt (mother), daughter of Tjekerti Tkrt , Second prophet of Amun, King's son, head lost, with text mentioning Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands and Montu lord of Thebes, and figures of Osiris on both sides (one of them Osiris of Naref ), diorite, Dyn. XXII-XXIII, formerly in J. Burton, J. Lee and Lord Amherst collns. and at Sotheby's in 1836 and 1921, now in Tübingen, Ägyptologisches Institut der Universität Tübingen, 1734.

R. W[ollermann] in Kunst und Altertum. Aus der Sammlungen der Universität (1977), 190 [534] fig. (as black granite and Dyn. XXII); Brunner-Traut and Brunner, Äg. Samml. 39-41 Taf. 113. Text, Sharpe, Eg. Inscr. 1 Sér. 35[A]; Williams rubbings iii. 66. See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Burton), July 25-7, 1836, No. 388 [1st item] (as basalt); [Bonomi], Cat. ... Hartwell House 53-4 [417]; Sotheby Sale Cat. (Amherst), June 13-17, 1921, No. 249 (as Dyn. XXII); Aston and Taylor in Leahy, A. (ed.), Libya and Egypt c1300-750 BC 134-5 [4] (as Dyn. XXIII).

801-709-450

Nemaret Nmrt, King's son of Rameses, Chief of all troops, son of (Sesonchis I and) a daughter of Patareshunes P3-t3-r(w)-n.s, Great chief of foreigners, etc., with figures of Amun-Re, Ptah-tatanen and Re-Harakhti in relief, basalt, temp. Osorkon I, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5791. (Probably from Heliopolis.)

Reinisch, Miramar 244-5 [71] Taf. xxxi, xxxii (as sandstone); Dedekind, A. Photographische Reproduktionen der Inschriften der Namarut-Statue [etc.] (1906), passim; Komorzynski in Alte und moderne Kunst vii [54-5] (1962), 6 fig. 8 (as granite); id. Erbe 161-2 Abb. 59 (as granite); Satzinger, Äg. Kunst 51-2 Abb. 23 (as granite); id. Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien (1987), 56 fig. on 57; id. in Haja, M. (ed.), Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna. Guide to the Collections (1989), 37 fig. [left upper]; id. Das Kunsthistorische Museum. Die Ägyptische-Orientalische Sammlung (1994), 84-5 Abb. 57 [a, b]; Myliwiec, Royal Portraiture 114 pl. xvii [a] (as granite); Rogge, Statuen N.R. 150-63 figs.; Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 148 fig.; id. Götter, Menschen, Pharaonen Kat. 134 figs. Text, von Bergmann, Hieroglyphische Inschriften [etc.], 4-6 Taf. iii [lower] - iv [upper]; id. in ZÄS xxviii (1890), 36-43 (as granite). Names and titles, Lieblein, Dict. Suppl. No. 2296. See Uebersicht (1895), 35 [xxviii]; (1923), 11 [xxviii] (both as granite); *Dedekind, A. in WZKM 7 (1893), 201-5; id. Ägyptologische Untersuchungen 228-32; Schaetze altaeg. Kunst 53 [133] (as granite); Vienna. 5000 Jahre No. 140 (as granite); Jansen-Winkeln, Ägyptische Biographien der 22. und 23. Dynastie 249-50 [B 3].

801-709-500

Djeptahefankh Dd-pt-jw.f-n, Prophet of Ptah of the arsenal, son of Userken Wsrkn and Esiemkhebi 3st-m-3-bjt, head lost, black granite, probably Dyn. XXII, formerly in M. Abemayor colln. and in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, in 1976.

Sauneron in BIFAO 77 (1977), 23-7 pls. i-iii; Sotheby Parke Bernet (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 11, 1976, No. 227 fig. (as Dyn. XXII-XXIII). See Jansen-Winkeln, Ägyptische Biographien der 22. und 23. Dynastie 306-7 [B 29].

801-709-510

Man, inscribed, front of base lost, probably Dyn. XXI, in Auxerre, Hôtel des Ventes, in 1988.

La Gazette de l'Hôtel Drouot 97 [35] (Oct. 7, 1988), fig. on 135 [top, 2nd from left].

801-709-590

Man with baboon on front, grey stone, probably 3rd Int. Period, in A. F. Philips-de-Jongh coln. in 1938.

Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 454; FERE photo. 13567. See Uit de Schatkamers der Oudheid. Jubileumtentoonstelling 1898-1938. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. 3 Sept. - 16 Oct. 1938, 69 [206] (as Dyn. XVIII or XIX).

801-709-600

Man, lower part lost, basalt, probably Dyn. XXI-XXIV, at Sotheby's in 1988.

Sotheby Sale Cat. July 11, 1988, No. 268 fig.

801-709-620

Block-statue of Amenwahsu Jmn-w3-sw, with text which mentions Ptah south of his wall, Dyn. XXI-XXIV, at Sotheby's in 1913 and in London, Spink & Son Ltd., in about 1918. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

Sotheby Sale Cat. Nov. 24, 1913, No. 102 fig.; Spink & Son, Limited. An Exhibition of Antique Sculpture, Vases, Bronzes, &c., &c. [c.1918], No. 43 fig. (with titles 'Scribe of the offerings of the King', 'Conductor of the festival of Osiris') (as late Dyn. XVIII).

801-709-621

Man, inscribed, hard stone, 3rd Int. Period, in London, Spink & Son Ltd., in 1960s.

Griffith Inst. photo. 3814.

801-709-650

Irtharerau Jrt-rw-r.w, Prophet of Amun, son of Harsiesi rw-s3-3st, with Sokari-barque and Osiris-emblems, granite, Dyn. XXII-XXIII, in L. von Wedel colln. in 1965.

Unusual.

Copper or bronze.

801-710-500

Smith, headless, seated on the ground, probably Dyn. XXI-XXIV, formerly in A. F. Pagnon colln. and at Christie's in 1993, now in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.2.1993.

Christie Sale Cat. Dec. 8, 1993, No. 219 fig. (as New Kingdom); Fitzwilliam Museum. Annual Report 1993, 13 fig.; Vassilika in JEA 81 (1995), 202 [23] pl. xvi [1].

Upper parts.

Stone.

801-711-020

Bust, black granite, probably Dyn. XXII, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.148. (Said to come from Luxor.)

Steindorff, Cat. 51 [153] pl. xxvi.

801-711-022

Bust, left hand on chest, red granite, probably Dyn. XXI-XXIV, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.217.

Steindorff, Cat. 64 [182] pl. xxviii.

801-711-024

Bust, shoulders lost, hard yellow stone, probably Dyn. XXI-XXIV or later, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.372. (Said to come from Luxor.)

Steindorff, Cat. 64 [187] pl. xxviii.

801-711-026

Upper part, from seated statue, black granite, probably Dyn. XXII, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.412. (Said to come from Luxor.)

Steindorff, Cat. 52 [157] pl. xxiv; Simpson, The Face of Egypt No. 9 fig. (as Dyn. XII).

801-711-028

Bust, with two figures of Osiris incised on chest, grey granite, probably Dyn. XXI-XXIV, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.416.

Steindorff, Cat. 63 [181] pl. xxviii.

801-711-300

Upper part of seated statue, ...ubaste ...b3stt, son of Iry Jrjj (mother), with text mentioning Bubastis mistress of Bubastis (Tell Basa), red granite, Dyn. XXI-XXIV, formerly in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 26645, now in London, Petrie Museum, 14313. (Probably from Tell Basa.)

Capart, Recueil i, pl. xi (as Dyn. V-VI); Fechheimer, Plastik Taf. 42 (from Capart) (as Old Kingdom); Page, Sculpture No. 7 figs. (as Dyn. IV-V). See Bull. Inst. Ég. ii Sér. 6 (1885), p. xiii; Ég. Handbook ... University College (1915), No. 436 [1st item] (as Dyn. IV); Vandier, Manuel iii, 572 [I] (as probably scribe and Old Kingdom); De Meulenaere, H. in Chron. d'Ég. lii (1977), 293 (as early Saite); Aldred in JEA 64 (1978), 175 [middle].

801-711-350

Upper part, from pair-statue, probably late Dyn. XVIII, with cartouche of Sesonchis I on chest, quartzite, temp. Sesonchis I, in Venice, Museo Archeologico del Palazzo Reale di Venezia.

Leospo in Siliotti, Viaggiatori veneti 200 [3] fig. Cartouche, Wiedemann in PSBA viii (1886), 90-1; H. W. Müller Archive 25 [I/472-3; II/968]. See Forlati Tamaro, B. Il Museo Archeologico del Palazzo Reale di Venezia (1953), 37 [I, 1].

801-711-390

Upper part, with cartouches of Osorkon II or III, quartzite, temp. Osorkon II or III, in Paris, Galerie Carrefour, in 1960.

Yoyotte in Kêmi xxi (1971), 49-50 [iii] pl. ix figs. 4, 5.

801-711-400

Bust, face partly recarved, diorite, possibly 3rd Int. Period, at Christie's in 1992.

Christie Sale Cat. Dec. 9, 1992, No. 147 fig. (as Dyn. XVIII).

Bronze.

801-711-700

Upper part, Dyn. XXII, in Brit. Mus. EA 22784 (71459). (Said to have been found near the pyramids at Gîza.)

Taylor, J. et al. in Apollo cxlviii [437] (July 1998), 9-14 figs. 4, 8; Minerva 9 [5] (Sept.-Oct. 1998), fig. on 40 [right]; 9 [6] (Nov.-Dec. 1998), fig. on 55 [left upper]; 10 [1] (Jan.-Feb. 1999), fig. on 71 [upper].

Heads.

Stone.

801-712-020

Head, black granite, Dyn. XXI-XXIV or later, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.308.

Steindorff, Cat. 65 [192] pl. xxxiv.

801-712-022

Head, black granite, possibly Dyn. XXII, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.371.

Steindorff, Cat. 54-5 [189] pl. xxxiv.

801-712-024

Head, black granite, probably Dyn. XXI-XXIV, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.402.

Steindorff, Cat. 64 [188] pl. xxviii.

801-712-030

Head, remains of text on back pillar, black granite, Dyn. XXII, in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.5015.

De Meulenaere and Limme in Balty, J.-C. et al. The Royal Museums of Art and History Brussels. Antiquity (1988), fig. on 35. Text, Speleers, Rec. inscr. 82 [310] (as end of New Kingdom). See Lefebvre, F. and Van Rinsveld, B. L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes 143.

801-712-400

Face, from composite statue, basalt, Dyn. XXI-XXIII, at Sotheby's in 1993.

Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 9-10, 1993, No. 279 figs.

801-712-420

Head, from block-statue, black granite, 3rd Int. Period or later, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1987.

Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Nov. 24-5, 1987, No. 48 fig. (as Dyn. XX-XXII).

801-712-450

Head, probably man, granite, Dyn. XXI-XXIV, in private possession in Germany in 1985.

Wildung, Entdeckungen No. 87 fig.

Other fragments.

Stone.

801-713-050 (now 802-042-030)

801-713-150

A Regulator of a phyle, Prophet of Khons (name lost), fragment of back pillar and side with incised figure of Nephthys and another goddess, red standstone, 3rd Int. Period or later, in Köln, Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum.

Doetsch-Amberger, E. in GM 62 (1983), 7 fig. on 8; id. in ib. 64 (1983), fig. on 9; id. Ägyptische Sammlung (1987), No. 209 fig. (as probably Middle Kingdom).

801-713-200

Inscribed fragment, possibly from block-statue, calcite, probably Dyn. XXII, in Padua, Museo Civico, 116.

Dolzani in Bolletino del Museo Civico di Padova lvii [2] (1968), 15-18 [3] figs. 3, 4; id. in Siliotti, Viaggiatori veneti 175 [3] fig.; id. in Siliotti (ed.), Padova e l'Egitto 103 [3] fig.

Woman

Standing.

Wood.

801-715-020

Woman, with right arm extended at shoulder level, remains of text mentioning Amenophis I on base, 3rd Int. Period or early Dyn. XXVI, in Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 64.2178.

Smith, W. S. in 89th Annual Report 1964, 51 [middle] fig. on 50; Whitehill, W. M. Museum of Fine Arts Boston. A Centennial History i, fig. on 281.

801-715-150

Woman, Dyn. XXII-XXIII, in Rio de Janeiro, Museu Nacional, Inv. 178.

Childe, A. in Archivos do Museu Nacional do Rio de Janeiro xviii (1916), 40-53 pl.; Kitchen and Beltrão, Catalogue of the Egyptian Collection in the National Museum, Rio de Janeiro i, 188-91 [77] pls. 182-4. See Childe, A. Guia dos Collecções de Archeologia Clássica (1919), 45 (as Dyn. XXV and probably from Tell Basa).

801-715-250

Woman, probably Dyn. XXII, at Sotheby's in 1981 and 1983-4.

Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 14-15, 1981, No. 116 fig.; July 11-12, 1983, No. 163 fig.; Dec. 10-11, 1984, No. 155 fig. (all as Late Period).

Bronze.

801-715-520

Woman, arms lost, with two figures of Osiris, barque of Sokari and fetish of Abydos incised on body, Dyn. XXII-XXIII, formerly in Baron von Minutoli colln., now in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2309.

Von Minutoli, Reise zum Tempel des Jupiter Ammon in der Libyschen Wüste und nach Ober-Aegypten in den Jahren 1820 und 1821 (1824), 416 [fig. 3], Atlas [etc.], Taf. xxxi [3]; Aeg. und Vorderasiat. Alterthümer Taf. 126 (as Dyn. XXVI); Fechheimer, Kleinplastik 40 Taf. 102-3 (as Dyn. XXV); Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 316 [399, b] Abb. 405-6 Taf. 47 [a-c]; Führer (1961), 77 Abb. 49 (as probably Dyn. XXV); Michalowski, Art fig. 600 (as Dyn. XXV or XXVI); H. K[ischkewitz] in Schmitz, B. Nofret - die Schöne. Die Frau im Alten Ägypten (Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, 15. Juli - 4. November 1985), Cat. 164 figs. (as Dyn. XXV); id. in Äg. Mus. (1991), No. 139 figs.; Müller, W. in Stelzer, G. and U. Bildhandbuch der Kunstsammlungen in der DDR (1990), fig. on 151 [left] (as Dyn. XXVII); Junge, F. in Eaton-Krauss, M. and Graefe, E. (eds.), Studien zur ägyptischen Kunstgeschichte 5-6 Taf. 3 [5] (from Schmitz) (as Dyn. XXV). Incomplete, Kleiner Führer durch die Ausstellung des Ägyptischen Museums [n.d.], 52 Abb. 14; Wenig, Die Frau pl. 93 (as Dyn. XXV); Ziegler in Tanis. L'or des pharaons 91 fig. on 90 [upper middle]; Priese et al. Das Ägyptische Museum. Wegleitung (1989), 52 Abb. 19; Delange, E., di Mantova, A. and Taylor, J. H. in La Revue du Louvre xlviii [5] (1998), 73 fig. 18. See Ausf. Verz. 259-60; Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 62 [166] (as probably Dyn. XXV).

801-715-525

Meresamun Mr.s-jmn, Songstress of the interior of the temple of Amun, lower arms and feet lost, Dyn. XXII, in New York, Parke-Bernet, in 1970 and in Munich, H. Herzer & Co., in 1971, now in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 71/71.

*Parke-Bernet Sale Cat. Dec. 18, 1970, No. 26; Sotheby's. Art at Auction 1970-1 fig. on 260 [7]; The Burlington Magazine cxiii [819] (June 1971), Supplement, pls. ii-iv cf. 1st p. after 358; Settgast in Äg. Mus. (1984), fig. on 90; Brunner-Traut et al. Osiris, Kreuz und Halbmond No. 48 figs. (as Dyn. XXV-XXVI); Äg. und moderne Skulptur Cat. 75 fig.; Ziegler in Tanis. L'or des pharaons fig. on 90 [upper left]; Junge, F. in Eaton-Krauss, M. and Graefe, E. (eds.), Studien zur ägyptischen Kunstgeschichte 5 Taf. 2 [3] (as Dyn. XXV); Delange, E., di Mantova, A. and Taylor, J. H. in La Revue du Louvre xlviii [5] (1998), 71-2 fig. 10. Upper part, The Burlington Magazine cxiii [818] (May 1971), Advertisements, pl. on xlix; Neuerwerbungen für die Sammlungen der Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz in Berlin (1976), 4 [10] fig.; J. S[ettgast] in Äg. Mus. (1980), No. 41 fig.; id. Äg. Mus. (1984), 70-1 pl.; (1991), 112-13 [58] pl.; Jahrb. Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Sonderband 3 (1986), 24 [8] fig. on 255; Guter, J. Das schöne Buch der ägyptischen Weisheit fig. on 34. See Berliner Museum N.F. xxi (1971), 97; Brunner and Brunner-Traut in Hommages à François Daumas i, 96-7 [48] (as not earlier than Dyn. XXV).

801-715-600

Woman wearing cloak, right forearm lost, probably 3rd Int. Period, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln. B.389 and The Hague, Scheurleer Museum.

Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 318 [400, f] Abb. 410.

801-715-700

Woman, left forearm lost, Dyn. XXII, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln. B.314 and The Hague, Scheurleer Museum, now in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, F.1938/7.21. (Said to come from Karnak.)

Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 317-18 [400, e] Abb. 409; Raven, M. in Limme, L. and Strybol, J. (eds.), Aegyptus Museis Rediviva. Miscellanea in Honorem Hermanni De Meulenaere 129-40 figs. 1-7; id. in Akkermans, P. et al. Brons uit de Oudheid 18-19 [2] fig.; id. in Sesto Congresso Internazionale di Egittologia. Atti i, 531-2 fig. 1; Delange, E., di Mantova, A. and Taylor, J. H. in La Revue du Louvre xlviii [5] (1998), 71 fig. 11.

801-715-750

Woman, Dyn. XXII, in Brit. Mus. EA 43371. (Probably from Karnak.)

Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 317 [400, b] Taf. 83 [a]; Taylor, J. et al. in Apollo cxlviii [437] (July 1998), 9-14 figs. 2, 9; Delange, E., di Mantova, A. and Taylor, J. H. in La Revue du Louvre xlviii [5] (1998), fig. 13 on 71; H. W. Müller Archive 17 [II/528]. See Guide, 4th to 6th 25.

801-715-751

Woman, Dyn. XXII, in Brit. Mus. EA 43372. (Probably from Karnak.)

Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 317 [400, c] Taf. 83 [b]; Taylor, J. et al. in Apollo cxlviii [437] (July 1998), 9-14 figs. 3, 10; Delange, E., di Mantova, A. and Taylor, J. H. in La Revue du Louvre xlviii [5] (1998), 72 fig. 14; H. W. Müller Archive 17 [II/522-4]. See Guide, 4th to 6th 25.

801-715-752

Woman, Dyn. XXII, in Brit. Mus. EA 43373. (Probably from Karnak.)

Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 317 [400, d] Abb. 408; James, Egyptian Sculptures pl. 30 (as Dyn. XXV); id. A Short History of Ancient Egypt fig. on 127; Oddy, A. et al. in Watkins, S. C. and Brown, C. E. (eds.), Conservation of Ancient Egyptian Materials 36 figs. 1, 2; Taylor, J. et al. in Apollo cxlviii [437] (July 1998), 9-14 figs. 1, 7; Delange, E., di Mantova, A. and Taylor, J. H. in La Revue du Louvre xlviii [5] (1998), 72-3 fig. 12; Minerva 9 [5] (Sept.-Oct. 1998), fig. on 40 [left]; H. W. Müller Archive 17 [II/525-7].

801-715-770

Woman, right arm raised (hand lost), probably 3rd Int. Period, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 1539.

Bosse, Die menschliche Figure [etc.], 62 [166A] Taf. viii [f] (as probably Dyn. XXV); Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 966.

801-715-780

Woman, formerly gilded, left forearm lost, probably Dyn. XXII, in Louvre, N.3390. (Almost certainly from Karnak.)

Delange, E., di Mantova, A. and Taylor, J. H. in La Revue du Louvre xlviii [5] (1998), 67-75 figs. 1, 15, 17. See Boreux, Guide ii, 387 (as queen).

801-715-783

Woman, arms and feet lost, 3rd Int. Period, in Louvre, E.14276.

Boreux in Bull. Mus. France vii (1935), fig. on 83; Vandier d'Abbadie in La Revue du Louvre 20 (1970), 348 [c] fig. 8; Ziegler in Tanis. L'or des pharaons fig. on 90 [right upper]; Delange, E., di Mantova, A. and Taylor, J. H. in La Revue du Louvre xlviii [5] (1998), fig. 9 on 70. See Vandier, Guide (1948), 65 [bottom]; (1952), 67 [upper].

801-715-785

Woman or goddess, head, arms and feet lost, bronze with gold incrustation, probably 3rd Int. Period, formerly in J. Menascé, Comtesse M. de Béhague and Marquis de Ganay collns., in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1891 and 1934, and at Sotheby's (Monaco) in 1987, now in Louvre, E.27430.

*Hôtel Drouot Sale Cat. Nov. 23, 1934, No. 59; Antiquités et Objets d'Art. Collection de Martine, Comtesse de Béhague [etc.] (Sotheby's Monaco S. A. Sale Cat. Dec. 5, 1987), No. 93 fig.; de Cenival in La Revue du Louvre xxxviii [5-6] (1988), p. ii fig.; B. L[etellier] in Des mécènes par milliers. Un siècle de dons par les Amis du Louvre. Musée du Louvre, Paris, 21 avril - 21 juillet 1997, 192 [16] fig. and on 128. See Antiquités égyptiennes. Collection ... Menascé. Vente ... Hôtel Drouot, 23-4 fév. 1891, No. 328; La Revue du Louvre xxxviii (1988), 254.

801-715-820

Woman (possibly a queen), arms lost, 3rd Int. Period, with E. Cabu (dealer in Basel).

H. W. Müller Archive 74 [156/29-31].

801-715-850

Woman, hands and lower legs lost, Dyn. XXII, in Zurich, Galerie Nefer, in 1992.

Galerie Nefer. Ancient Art 10 (1992), fig. 42 (as goddess).

801-715-900

A queen, arms and feet lost, probably Dyn. XXII, in private possession in Switzerland in 1978.

Antike und Orient 1 (1972). [Katalog der Buchhandlung Libresso Zürich.] Aegyptische Kunstwerke aus Zürcher Privatbesitz No. 10 figs.; Schlögl, H. in Geschenk des Nils No. 273 pl. (as probably temp. Takelothis II).

801-715-950

Woman, 3rd Int. Period, in private possession in 1998.

Delange, E., di Mantova, A. and Taylor, J. H. in La Revue du Louvre xlviii [5] (1998), 70, 72 fig. 3.

Heads.

Stone.

801-718-020

Head, black granite, probably Dyn. XXII, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.304.

Steindorff, Cat. 65 [196] pl. xxxii.

801-718-200

A queen, black granite, Dyn. XXI-XXV, formerly in V. Golenishchev colln. 3763, now in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 5355. (Acquired in Aswân.)

Mal'mberg and Turaev, Opisanie egipetskago sobraniya i. Statui i statuetki Golenischevskago sobraniya 46 [61] pl. x [1]; Pavlov, Egipetskaya skul'ptura 73-4 pl. 45 [b] (as probably Dyn. XXV); id. and Khodzhash, Egipetskaya plastika 18, 47, 105 fig. 89 (as Dyn. XXV).

Bronze.

801-718-400

Head, 3rd Int. Period, in Louvre, unnumbered.

Delange, E., di Mantova, A. and Taylor, J. H. in La Revue du Louvre xlviii [5] (1998), 70 fig. 6.

Sculptor's models.

801-719-050

Head and neck, plaster, probably Dyn. XXII, in Louvre, E.11893.

Desroches-Noblecourt in Arts Asiatiques i (1954), 48 fig. 10; Archives photo. E.966A.



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