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. LP: Groups, pairs, and man standing and seated
801-720-200 to 801-743-500 (pages 755-800 of the printed version)
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LATE PERIOD

Dyn. XXV-XXXI

With deity/deities or animal(s)
Stone.

801-720-200
Baboon protecting man (or woman), hard stone(?), possibly Late Period, in Beverly Hills (Calif.), Barakat Gallery, in 1985. (Said to come from Sinai.)
The Barakat Gallery. A Catalogue of the Collection i (1985), fig. on 28 [right].

Bronze.

801-720-420
Man with tray on his head kneeling before Osiris protected by Isis, with (not named) lion-headed Sekhmet (twice), hawk-headed Re and Neith, dedicated by Bekrenef B3k-rn.f of the temple of Osiris, son of Pabek-khutaui P3-b3k-w-t3wj and Her(t)ib-dirome Hr(t)-jb-dj(t)-rmt, and by Ankh-hor n-rw, son of Harbes rbs, Late Period (late) or Ptolemaic, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 132.
Bufidis and Roeder in ZÄS 77 (1941), 27-44 Taf. i, ii Abb. 1, 2, 4.

801-720-422
Woman carrying Bes on her shoulders, with child at her feet, both on frog, probably Late Period, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 614.
Dasen, V. Dwarfs in Ancient Egypt and Greece 73 pl. 7 [1].

801-720-430
Udjahorresnet Wd3-rw-rsnt, son of Ankhpekhrod n-p3-hrd and Tagemiu T3-gmjw, kneeling before jackal-headed Anubis, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in Cairo Mus. CG 38518, now in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 54.400.
Daressy, Statues 138-9 pl. xxx; Cook, S. A. in Hammerton, J. A. Universal History of the World i, fig. on 641 [lower right]; Steindorff, Cat. 138 [588] pls. xc, cxix; Hornemann, Types vi, pl. 1455; Curto in Il senso dell'arte fig. on 18 [upper].

801-720-431
Statuette group, Harkhebi rw-m-3-bjt, son of Na(ne)fioh N -(n.)f-j and mother Hepet pt , kneeling holding jar before seated Neith with two figures of Harpocrates, bronze, Late Period, formerly in J. Menascé and H. Hoffmann collns. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1891, now in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 54.541.
Legrain, Collection H. Hoffmann. Cat. des antiquités égyptiennes No. 400 pl. xxix; Steindorff, Cat. 131 [551] pls. lxxxvii, cxviii; Hornemann, Types vi, pl. 1466; Hill, D. K. in Archaeology 11 (1958), fig. on 279 [middle]. Text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xvi (1894), 63 [410]. See Antiquités égyptiennes. Collection ... Menascé. Vente ... Hôtel Drouot, 23-4 fév. 1891, No. 410; Thiem, A.-C. in GM 153 (1996), 102-5.

801-720-440
Statuette group, Pewahusiri P3-w3-wsjr , son of Na(ne)fioh N -(n.)f-j and mother Hepet pt , kneeling before seated Neith and two figures of Harpocrates, bronze, Late Period, formerly in J. Menascé colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1891, now in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 11012.
Aeg. und Vorderasiat. Alterthümer Taf. 53 [upper left]; Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 506 [680, e] Abb. 780 Taf. 68 [b]. Text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xvi (1894), 63 [411]. See Antiquités égyptiennes. Collection ... Menascé. Vente ... Hôtel Drouot, 23-4 fév. 1891, No. 411; Ausf. Verz. 296; Kaiser, Äg. Mus. Berlin (1967), 81 [819a]; Thiem, A.-C. in GM 153 (1996), 102-5.

801-720-460
Udjanefheri Wd3-n.f-rj, son of Pedesopdu P3-dj-spdt, kneeling in adoration before ibis, with mention of Osiris-Apis, Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 57.165.8.
Müller, H. W. Eine ungewöhnliche Metallfigur eines blinden ägyptischen Priesters in Sitzungsberichte. Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philos.-hist. Klasse 1989, Heft 5, pp. 5, 6, 20, 24, 25 Abb. 17 [a, b].

801-720-470
Amenardais Jmn-jr-dj-s, son of Harsiesi rw-s3-3stand Tefnakht T3.f-nt, kneeling before Hatmehyt as a seated woman wearing headdress of uraei supporting a fish, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38970 (JE 7111).
Daressy, Statues 245-6 pl. xlix. See Mariette, Notice des principaux monuments [etc.] (1864), 108 [78].

801-720-520
Man kneeling before large jackal and two serpents, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in London, British Museum, EA 22928.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 509 [684, b] Abb. 783; Hornemann, Types vi, pl. 1469.

801-720-540
Statuette of man, flanked by two lions, kneeling with a jar before a throne (seated deity, probably Harpocrates, lost), with two sphinxes as armrests and cow in papyrus thicket on sides of throne, and Souls of Pe and Nekhen in openwork on pedestal, bronze, Late or Ptolemaic Period, in Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, 255.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 424-5 [582, i] Abb. 636 Taf. 86 [a-c]; D. d. E[rrico] in Cantilena and Rubino, La Collezione egiziana ... Napoli 121-2 [12.104] fig. on 121 [right]; D. d'E[rrico] in Borriello, M. R. and Giove, T. (eds.), The Egyptian Collection of the National Archaeological Museum of Naples (2000), fig. on 39.

801-720-545
Man kneeling before a pedestal with dwarf, probably Bes, playing harp, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 04.2.403.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 505-6 [679, a] Abb. 779; Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 1092.

801-720-550
Pedehor P3-dj-rw, son of Esi 3st(mother), kneeling in adoration before ibis, Late Period, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 58.125.4.
Haynes, J. Padihershef. The Egyptian Mummy 43 [14] fig.

801-720-600
Man kneeling with figure of Maet before Khons, Dyn. XXVI, in Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, 441.
Hornemann, Types v, pl. 1235.

801-720-610
Pedubaste P3-dj-b3stt, 'honoured by Imhotep JJ-m-tp and Ptah', son of Pihorusiri P3-rw-wsjr and Esiardais 3st-jr-dj-s, kneeling with small daughter before seated Imhotep JJ-m-tp (present figure does not belong), probably Dyn. XXVI, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.5784.
Drioton in BIFAO xxx (1931), 581-5 pls. i, ii; Hornemann, Types v, pl. 1443; Archives phot. E.359.

801-720-615
Pede... P3-dj-...libating before Buto as otter on lotus, Late Period, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.14227.
Drioton in Bull. Mus. France iv [2] (1932), 18 fig. on 17 (as ichneumon); Hornemann, Types v, pl. 1326; Brunner-Traut in Helck, Festschrift für Siegfried Schott 26 [6] Taf. ii [4].

801-720-620
Kneeling man purified by hawk-headed Horus and ibis-headed Thoth, Late Period, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.17413.
Vandier in La Revue des Arts 1 (1951), 63 [5] fig. 2.

801-720-625
Irahor Jr-3-rw, Overseer of the antechamber, kneeling in adoration before Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, foremost of Karnak, both on pedestal with Nile-gods and names of Ankhnesneferebre n-n.s-nfr-jb-r (Mert)mut-hekatnefru (Mrt-)mwt-3t-nfrw , Divine adoratress, daughter of Takhut T3-3-w3t (wife of Psammetikhos II) and sister of Apries, and Nitocris I Nt-jrt I , Divine adoratress, and dedication of Neitikert Nt-jrt , Songstress of the interior of Amun, daughter of Irahor Jr-3-rw, on back of pedestal, temp. Apries, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, A.F.1670.
Monnet in Rev. d'Ég. 10 (1955), 37-47 pls. 2, 3 figs. 1, 2. Amun-Re, Hunger, J. and Lamer, H. Altorientalische Kultur im Bilde Abb. 8; Boreux, Guide ii, 332-3 pl. xliii [left]; Eg. Mythology fig. on 91 (as Dyn. XVIII). See Leclant in Mélanges Maspero i [4], 89 n. 2.

801-720-630
Man kneeling before hawk-headed Horus protected by winged Isis, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, A.F.1996.
Hornemann, Types v, pl. 1378.

801-720-640
Man (name lost) kneeling before [Thoth twice-great, lord of Hermopolis Magna] as ibis, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5044.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 509 [683, c] Abb. 782.

801-720-650
Small figure of kneeling man and ibis, Dyn. XXVI, in Worcester (Mass.), Worcester Art Museum, 1947.8.
Sawyer, C. H. in Worcester Art Museum. Fifty-first Annual Report (1947), fig. on 10.

801-720-700
Hor rw, son of Harbes rbs, kneeling before Isis with Osiris and Horus, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Luzern, Ars Antiqua AG, in 1961.
Antike Kunstwerke. Ars Antiqua AG Luzern Auktion III April 29, 1961, No. 10 Taf. 4; H. W. Müller Archive 76 [158/10, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 22, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31; II/1128a, b].

801-720-720
Man, holding jar and small libation basin, kneeling before goddess wearing white crown, on wooden base (ancient?), Late Period, at Christie's in 1983.
Christie Sale Cat. July 13, 1983, No. 471 fig.

801-720-722
Man squatting before Min, dedicated by Sheshonk n, son of Ruru Rr, probably temp. Necho II, at Christie's in 1984.
Christie Sale Cat. Dec. 12, 1984, No. 222 fig.

801-720-724
Man protected by Hathor-cow, small, Late Period, at Christie's in 1998.
Christie Sale Cat. Sept. 23, 1998, No. 120 fig.

801-720-740
Pe[n]tahaye(t) P3-[n-]t3-h3j(t), son of Yewepet Jwp(w)t, kneeling before [Osiris, Isis and Khons?], Late Period, formerly in H. Hoffmann colln.
Legrain, Collection H. Hoffmann. Cat. des antiquités égyptiennes No. 365 fig. on 117.

801-720-770
Man before ibis on stepped pedestal, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in G. Michaelidis colln.
Hornemann, Types v, pl. 1310.

801-720-800
Two men kneeling before Ptah, probably Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Tigrane Pasha, L. Pomerance and K. G. Perls collns. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1995.
Daninos, Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes de Tigrane Pacha d'Abro (1911), 5 [12] pl. xi; Bothmer in The Pomerance Collection of Ancient Art (The Brooklyn Museum, June 14 - October 2, 1966), No. 72 fig.; Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 1, 1995, No. 22 figs. (as 3rd Int. Period); Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 6 [5] (Sept.-Oct. 1995), 26 fig. 7 on 25 (as Dyn. XXI-XXV).

801-720-820
A Director of the Mansions, etc. (name not clear), son of Pashenneit P3-rj-n-nt , Director of the Mansions, etc., kneeling before crocodile-headed Amun-Re, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Föhr colln., then in Resandro colln. in 1992.
Wildung, Entdeckungen No. 113 fig.; Schoske and Wildung, Gott und Götter im Alten Ägypten 32-3 [17] figs.

801-720-830
Statuette of man kneeling in adoration before seated Imhotep and two lions, bronze, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in London - New York, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 2001.
Eisenberg, J. M. Art of the Ancient World. Special Edition [etc.], xii (Jan. 2001), No. 330 fig. (as Dyn. XXX).

801-720-840
Man kneeling before Apis-bull, two goddesses (probably Mut and lion-headed Sekhmet) and Osiris, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in London, Spink & Son Ltd., in mid-1920s.
Spink & Son, Ltd. Egyptian Antiquities from the MacGregor, etc. Collections fig. on 22 [lower]; The Antiquarian Quarterly 8 (Dec. 1926), Supplement 2 [783] fig.

801-720-950
Kneeling man, arms lost, before Oxyrhynchus fish, Late Period, in private possession in Basel in 1978 and at Christie's in 1998.
Schlögl, H. in Geschenk des Nils No. 336 pl.; Christie Sale Cat. Sept. 23, 1998, No. 104 fig.

Groups
Stone.

801-722-020
Ankhpekhrod n-p3-hrd, Hereditary prince, etc., Nekhtubaste Nt-b3stt and a woman, with scene on back showing man at table and woman, sandstone, probably Dyn. XXVI-XXXI, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 39.
Tzachou-Alexandri, O. The World of Egypt in the National Archaeological Museum (1995), 161 [li, 1] fig. Text, Mallet in Rec. Trav. xviii (1896), 12-13 [923].

801-722-050
Chest and arms of seated man (probably Irahor Jr-3-rw Neferebre-nufer Nfr-jb-r -nfr, Saqqâra tb. LS 23) with boy and girl (faces damaged) on his lap, and cartouche of Necho II on chest, temp. Necho II, black granite, in Cairo Mus. CG 928.
Hornemann, Types v, pl. 1424. See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 159; Yoyotte in Supplément au Dictionnaire de la Bible vi, 368-9.

801-722-400
Pedeamun-nebnesuttaui P3-dj-jmn-nb-nswt-t3wj, Third prophet of Amun, Chief lector-priest, etc., son of Hor rw and Djemutesankh Dd-mwt-jw.s- n, Sistrum-player of Amun-Re, and wife Shepenmut p-n-mwt , Prophetess of Hathor, seated, with small figure of son Harkhebi rw-(m-)3-bjt, Prophet of Amun, standing, and sons and grandsons in relief on sides, temp. Psammetikhos I, formerly in G. Anastasi and L. Fould collns., now in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, A 117 [E.3464].
Pierrat in Archéologia 200 (March 1985), fig. on 10 [right]; Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 154 fig.; Archives phot. E.892 (2 photographs). Text, Pierret, Rec. inscr. i, 36-9; Devéria squeezes, 6165, i. 52; 6167, ii. 143-5; 6170 C, 2, 2a, 2b. Names and titles, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2386. See Lenormant, Cat. ... d'Anastasi No. 4; Catalogue de la précieuse collection d'antiquités de feu M. Louis Fould ... 4 juin 1860 [etc.], No. 4; de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 52-3; Vandier, Guide (1948), 63; (1952), 64; (1973), 118 (as Dyn. XXII or later); id. Manuel iii, 672 (as possibly Dyn. XXV); von Känel, Les prêtres-ouâb de Sekhmet [etc.], 72-4 [35 A].

801-722-500
Harkhebi rw-(m-)3-bjt, son of Pashenmut P3-rj-n-mwt, with two sons on his right and two daughters(?) on his left, in niche, Late Period, in Luzern, Ars Antiqua AG, in 1959.
Antike Kunstwerke. Ars Antiqua AG Luzern Auktion May 2, 1959, No. 14 Taf. 7 (as probably Dyn. XXX).

801-722-600
Upper parts of two men, probably from triad, inscribed, red granite, late Dyn. XXVI or early Dyn. XXVII, in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, in 1979 and 1981-2.
Man on right, in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc., in 1979, Sotheby Parke Bernet (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 13, 1979, No. 73 fig.; Apollo cx [213] (Nov. 1979), Advertisements, fig. on 181; The Burlington Magazine cxxi [920] (Nov. 1979), Advertisements, fig. on cxxxix; cxxi [921] (Dec. 1979), Advertisements, fig. on xxviii. Man on left, in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc., in 1981-2, Sotheby Parke Bernet (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 9, 1981, No. 170 fig.; May 20, 1982, No. 73 fig.

Two men
Stone.

801-723-050
Ankh-hor n-rw(head lost) kneeling with offering-table and another man (head lost) seated, fragment, black granite, Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's in 1967, now in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.3.1967.
Sotheby Sale Cat. April 24, 1967, No. 70A fig. (as New Kingdom). See Butler et al. in The Annual Reports of the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate and the Friends of the Fitzwilliam, Cambridge (1967), 5.

801-723-300
Painmu P3-jn-mw, rnp-priest, and father It Jt, God's father, sem-priest, etc., dedicated by Painmu's son It Jt, rnp-priest, etc., standing in niche, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari, basalt, early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in X. Durighello and A. Gallatin collns. and in Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, in 1924, now in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 66.99.67. (Probably from the Memphite area.)
Catalogue des objets d'art ... Collection de Madame Xav. Durighello (Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, 12 juin 1924), 10 [11] pl. ii (as granite); Cooney in JNES xii (1953), 16-17 [79] pl. xlix; Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 30 [26] pl. 22 [52]; Fischer in MMA Bull. N.S. xxv (1966-7), fig. 7 on 259. Text, de Ricci MSS. D.62, 9. Rnp-priest title, De Meulenaere in BIFAO lxii (1964), 151 [1].

801-723-400
Hay 3jj, Deputy of the temple of Re, etc., and [Tefnakht T3.f-nt, Carrier of the bow, etc., or his son Huy jj, Lector-priest in Heliopolis], both seated on the ground, from a pair or group-statue, quartzite, probably Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in B. Letellier colln. in 1971. (Probably from Heliopolis.)
Letellier in BIFAO 70 (1971), 119-31 pls. xxvii-xxxi.

801-723-450 (equals 801-723-050)

Wood.

801-723-700
Weebre-meryptah W3-jb-r -mrj-pt , son of Psametek Psmtk, and Hepu pw, son of Psametek Psmtk, so probably brothers, both kneeling, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari-Osiris in Shetyt, Dyn. XXVI, in London, British Museum, EA 32731.
H. W. Müller Archive 17 [II/548-51]. See Guide, 4th to 6th 25; Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 74, 108.

Bronze.

801-723-900
Man kneeling holding figure of Maet(?), and another man with arms raised in adoration kneeling facing him, possibly with a now lost deity between them, inscribed, on pedestal with a procession of deities, etc., Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price colln. and at Sotheby's in 1911.
Hilton Price, Cat. ii, 46-7 [4392] pl. xv. See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hilton-Price), July 12-21, 1911, No. 338.

Man and woman

Standing.
Stone.

801-725-020
Man and woman, lower legs lost, granite, Dyn. XXV-XXVI, in Avignon, Musée Calvet, 57.
S. A[ufrère] in Foissy-Aufrère, Égypte & Provence 61, 270 fig. 34 (as limestone on 270).

801-725-300
A Prophet of Atum, etc. and wife, feet and base lost, basalt, Dyn. XXV, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, A 89.
Bothmer in Kêmi xx (1970), 44 [x] pl. xi [18]. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 43 (as granite); Boreux, Guide ii, 463-4 (as granite); Vandier, Guide (1973), 124.

Wood.

801-725-600
Hepiy p-jj, son of Irterau Jrt-r.w(mother), with wife Ptahardais Pt-jr-dj-s, dedicated by son Imhotep Jj-m-tp, Dyn. XXVI, in London, British Museum, EA 41516.
H. W. Müller Archive 17 [II/543-7]. Back with text, Spalinger, A. J. The Private Feast Lists of Ancient Egypt 81 (31), 107 (5) pl. iv. See Guide, 4th to 6th 25; Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 108, 114, 117.

Seated.
Stone.

801-726-100
Man and woman, probably basalt, Dyn. XXXI or early Ptolemaic, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.9333.
Les Cultes Funéraires en Égypte et en Nubie (Calais, Musée des Beaux-Arts, 24 octobre 1987 - 3 janvier 1988, etc.), No. 99 fig.; Archéologia 233 (March 1988), fig. on 78 [left]. See Boreux, Guide ii, 471 (as granite and Dyn. XXVI).

Other.
Stone.

801-726-520
Block-statue of Ipi Jpj, God's father, son of Pashenmut P3-rj-n-mwt , God's father, with wife Pesteu(em)a(ui)pep P3.s-t3w-(m-)'(wj)-pp kneeling (upper part lost), with text mentioning the Great Ennead in Opet, green schist, Dyn. XXVI, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.76.
Steindorff, Cat. 59 [171] pls. xxxii, cxvi (as black granite and probably from Karnak cachette); Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 35-6 [30] pl. 28 [62-4] (as probably from Heliopolis); Hornemann, Types v, pl. 1177a.

Man

Standing.
Stone.

801-727-015
Statuette of Hor rw, Overseer of personnel of the temple of Amun in the 3rd phyle, etc., son of Mentuemhet Mntw-m-3t , Overseer of personnel of the temple of Amun in the 3rd phyle, grandson of Esmin Ns-mnw, Fourth prophet of Amun, standing, black granite, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 471 (old 1589). Part of base in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1990.
Athens 471, names and titles, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xxxv (1913), 211 [36]; see Loukianoff in La semaine égyptienne (1937), Nos. 21-2, p. 23; id. in Arkhailogike Ephemeris (1937), 767 [8]; Leclant, Montouemhat [etc.], 109-10 [b], 265 n. 4, 274-5 n. 7; De Meulenaere in Bibliotheca Orientalis xi (1954), 169 [a]. Base, see Hôtel Drouot Sale Cat. Oct. 10, 1990, No. 121A.

801-727-020
Man wearing leopard skin, black granite, Late Period, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.113.
Steindorff, Cat. 50 [147] pl. xxv; Michalowski, Art fig. 604.

801-727-022
Man, Late Period, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.151.
Steindorff, Cat. 50 [148] pl. xxv.

801-727-024
Man, right hand clasped over left wrist, legs partly lost, with text mentioning Onuris-Shu lord of This, green schist, Dyn. XXVII, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.208. (Said to come from Luxor.)
Steindorff, Cat. 50 [149] pls. xxv, cxiii (as Dyn. XXVI); Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 83-4 [68] pl. 65 [164-5] (as possibly from Abydos); id. in The Connoisseur Year Book 1962, 38 fig. 9.

801-727-030
Man, headless, legs damaged, basalt, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Bayonne, Musée Bonnat, 499.
Catalogue sommaire (1930), No. 4 pl. i. See ib. (1970), No. 4.

801-727-040
Statue of Wehebre W3-jb-r , Director of the Mansions of Neith, Overseer of the southern gate, Great overlord of Upper Egypt, etc., son of P[efteuemauineit] P[3.f-t3w-m-wj-nt], arms and lower legs lost, black granite, probably temp. Apries or Amasis, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1820. (Probably from â el-agar.)
Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 16 [9] Taf. i [c]; Curto, L'Egitto antico 87-8 [64] Tav. 38; id. in Pelagio Palagi, artista e collezionista (Bologna, Museo Civico, April-June 1976), No. 476 fig. (as diorite); Bresciani, Collezione 67-8 Tav. 43 (as temp. Psammetikhos II); Pernigotti, Statuaria 64-6 [28] Tav. xix [2], lxxxvi, lxxxvii; id. in Morigi Govi, C. and Vitali, D. Il Museo Civico Archeologico di Bologna (1982), 145 [C] col. pl. on 51; id. La collezione egiziana 101 fig. (as basalt); Donadoni, S. L'Egitto (1981), figs. 2, 3 on 261; P. P[iacentini] in Il senso dell'arte No. 110 fig.; Morigi Govi, C. and Tovoli, S. (eds.), In visita alla ... Collezione egiziana No. 12 figs.; H. W. Müller Archive 5 [I/13, 110-14; II/743-50]. See Kminek-Szedlo, Cat. 154-5 (text); Ducati, Guida 60-1.

801-727-050
A God's father of Sokari and Ptah, Director of the Mansions, Vizier, etc. (probably Bekenrenef B3k-n-rn.f, Saqqâra tb. LS 24), lower legs, feet and base restored, green schist, probably temp. Psammetikhos I, formerly in H. Hoffmann and Mutiaux collns. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1952, now in Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 1970.495.
Legrain, Collection H. Hoffmann. Cat. des antiquités égyptiennes (1894), No. 41 pl. ix (as basalt); Succession du Colonel W... Ancienne Collection Mutiaux (Paris, Hôtel Drouot, 9 Mai 1952), No. 24 pl. iii (as basalt); Simpson in 95th Annual Report 1970-1, 46 fig. on 44; id in Kêmi xxi (1971), 25-30 [ii] pls. iv, v [a] figs. 5-8; id. in The Burlington Magazine cxiv (1972), 241 with n. 14 figs. 46-7; Gazette des Beaux-Arts lxxix (1972), Suppl. Feb. 1972, fig. 234 on 67; Stead, R. et al. Age of the Pharaohs. Egyptian Art from American Collections. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, April 4 - June 16, 1974 No. 70 fig.; Haynes, J. Padihershef. The Egyptian Mummy 26, 39 [5] fig. 34; A Table of Offerings (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 1987), 68-9 fig.; Myliwiec, Royal Portraiture 52 n. 188, 120 pl. lvii [a, b]. See De Meulenaere in BIFAO lxii (1964), 154 n. 4; Clère in Artibus Aegypti. Studia ... Bothmer 25-6.

801-727-060
Statue of a Prophet of Amun-Re, etc., lower legs lost, with Amun, Mut and Khons in relief on back pillar and long text, diorite, Dyn. XXX, formerly in G. Dattari colln., now in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 52.89 ('Dattari Statue').
Ant. ég. (Lambros and Dattari), No. 291 pls. xxvii, xxviii (as basalt); The Illustrated London News Oct. 10, 1953, fig. on 563 [upper right]; Five Years 14-15 [14] pls. 30-1 (as basalt and early Ptolemaic); Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 100-2 [80] pl. 76 [199, 200] (suggests probably from the Delta); Woldering, Götter Abb. 105-6 (as basalt); Westendorf, Das Alte Ägypten fig. on 218; Yoyotte, Treasures pl. on 215; Fazzini, Images for Eternity Cat. 103 figs.; K.-Th. Z[auzich] in Äg. Kunst ... Brooklyn No. 82 fig.; H. d[e] M[eulenaere] in Égypte Éternelle No. 82 fig.; Bianchi, Anc. Eg. Sculpture Cat. 29 pl.; id. in Fazzini, Anc. Eg. Art No. 77 figs. = Anc. Eg. Art [CD-ROM] (1995), 077, 077.d1 figs.; Smith, Art ... Anc. Eg. (1981), 420 fig. 413; Cleopatra's Egypt Cat. 24 figs.; Kleopatra No. 22 figs. (both as temp. Nektanebos I and possibly from the Delta); Josephson, J. A. Egyptian Royal Sculpture of the Late Period 400-246 B.C. 11 n. 76 pl. 4 [d]; Malek, J. Egyptian Art (1999), 375 fig. 237; Cody, M. E. in Fazzini, R. A. et al. Art for Eternity. Masterworks from Ancient Egypt (1999), 21 fig. 9, 130-1 [79] figs.; FERE photo. 9101.

801-727-065
Statue of [Tjaiharpata T3j-rw-p3-t3], [Prophet of] Neith and Ament at Karnak, Overseer of wab-priests of Sekhmet and Montu lord of Thebes, etc., head and lower legs lost, with text mentioning deified Imhotep Jj-m-tp, son of Ptah, basalt, temp. Nektanebos II, formerly in L. Rosenberg, R. Rousset and Sir Robert Mond collns. and at Sotheby's in 1921, now in E. Erickson colln., on loan to Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, L68.10.1.
Mond and Myers, Temples of Armant. A Preliminary Survey 51, 190 pl. xviii [6]; Sotheby Sale Cat. (Rosenberg), Nov. 23, 1921, No. 95 fig. (as granite); Wildung, Imhotep und Amenhotep 44-5 [21] Taf. vii. See Collection Léonce Rosenberg. Vente publique le 13 janvier 1920 à Amsterdam No. 29 (as granite); Stockholm. 5000 år No. 112; Brooklyn Mus. Ann. ix (1967-8), 130; von Känel, Les prêtres-ouâb de Sekhmet [etc.], 115 [51 B] (as probably from Saqqâra).

801-727-080
Male statue, right forearm and feet lost, grey granite, late Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in M. L. de Benzion colln., now in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.7730.
Bruxelles, Mus. Roy. Exposition ... Fouilles d'El-Kab, 10 mars - 6 avril 1952, 6 [9] pl. x (as possibly Mentuemhet); Vandersleyen, Das Alte Ägypten 264 Abb. 209 [b]; De Putter, T. and Karlshausen, C. Les Pierres utilisées dans la sculpture et l'architecture de l'Égypte pharaonique 86 pl. 25 [b] (as possibly Mentuemhet); L. L[imme] in Waelkens, M. (ed.), Pierre éternelle. Du Nil au Rhin. Carrières et préfabrication (1990), Cat. 112 figs.; FERE photos. 17622, 25948. See Succession de feu M. Moïse Levy de Benzion. Grande Vente (Cairo, March 20, 1947), Objets d'antiquité No. 372; Leclant, Montouemhat [etc.], 110 [e]; Lefebvre, F. and Van Rinsveld, B. L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes 153.

801-727-090
Man in long kilt, feet lost, grey granite, probably Dyn. XXV, in Bryn Athyn (Pa.), Museum of the Academy of the New Church.

801-727-091
Man, head and lower legs lost, Dyn. XXVI or later, in Bryn Athyn (Pa.), Museum of the Academy of the New Church.

801-727-100
A Third prophet of Onuris-Shu, etc., middle part and right leg, feet lost, black slate, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 946.
See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 167 (text).

801-727-110
Man with long beard, with Aramaic text on back pillar, granite, probably Dyn. XXVII, in Cairo Mus. JE 31919.
Ronzevalle in ASAE xvii (1917), 265-71 pl. [1-3] fig. on 266. (References to the Aramaic text have been omitted here.)

801-727-140
Djeho Dd-rw, ... of Harpocrates in Athribis, son of Imhotep Jj-m-tp, middle part, with magical texts, basalt, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cambridge, University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 1951.562, on loan to Fitzwilliam Museum.

801-727-145
Man holding scribe's palette, lower legs lost, probably Dyn. XXX-XXXI or early Ptolemaic, in Chapel Hill (NC), Ackland Art Museum, 68.28.2. (Possibly from el-Maarîya.)

801-727-150
Pefherhes P3.f-rj-s, Servant (sdm) of Amun, etc., head and lower legs lost, basalt, Late Period, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 84.
Schmidt, Choix des monuments égyptiens [etc.] (1906), 65 pl. 210B = Arndt, La Glyptothèque Ny-Carlsberg [etc.] (1912), 65 pl. 210B (as Dyn. XXIX-XXXI); Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1908), 274-5 [E. 157] fig. and pl. 15 (as Dyn. XXVI-XXX); id. Levende og Døde fig. 902; Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statutes 60 [98], 80 pls. 107-10. Text, id. Rec. inscr. 14 [84] (as kneeling). See Mogensen, Coll. ég. 21 [A 82 bis] (as Dyn. XXVI); Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 226 [A. 146] (as Dyn. XXVI-XXX).

801-727-152
Man, lower legs lost, basalt, Late Period, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 925.
Mogensen, Coll. ég. 21 [A 85] pl. xx (as Graeco-Roman); Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 71 [125] pl. 130. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 223-4 [A.143]; (1908), 276-7 [E.159] (both as granite and Dyn. XXVI).

801-727-160
Harsiesi rw-s3-3st, God's father, Master of the secrets in Heliopolis, etc., son of Pefteu(em)a(ui)baste P3.f-t3w-(m-)(wj)-b3stt, God's father, and Nubiyti Nbw-jjtj, feet lost, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in Detroit (Mich.), Institute of Arts, 1984.25.
Peck in Bull. Detroit Inst. 62 [2] (1985), 12, 21 fig. 5 on 8 [left].

801-727-170
A Real royal scribe, head and lower legs lost, with text mentioning Isis, Dyn. XXV-XXVI, in Dunedin, Otago Museum, D17.2.

801-727-200
A Master of the secrets of heaven, 'honoured by Neith mistress of Sais', etc., son of Amenhotep Jmn-tp and Kereserneit r.s-r-nt, left part of torso, greywacke, Dyn. XXVI, in Heidelberg, Ägyptologische Sammlung der Universität, 204.
Feucht, Vom Nil zum Neckar Kat. 231 fig.

801-727-230
Left half of standing man, head and lower legs lost, with naos with Ptah on chest and address to the living and Greatest of the directors of craftsmen on front of garment, schist, probably Dyn. XXV-XXVI, in Leipzig, Antikenmuseum der Universität Leipzig, D 14.
Krauspe, R. Statuen und Statuetten 130-1 [284] Taf. 158.

801-727-240
Head of servants(?) (sdm-?) of the divine adoratress, holding fan, head and feet lost, Dyn. XXV-XXVI, formerly in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, M.13630 (lost in World War II).
See Gatty, C. T. Catalogue of the Mayer Collection i (1879), 53 [312] (as Dyn. XXV).

801-727-250
Man, arms and feet lost, Dyn. XXVI, in E. Coke colln. in 1737, now only upper part in London, British Museum, EA 1647.
In E. Coke colln., Gordon, A. Twenty-five Plates of all the Egyptian Mummies [etc.] (1737-9), pl. xv. Brit Mus. 1647, Hall, H. R. in Hammerton, J. A. Universal History of the World ii, fig. on 1020 [lower middle].

801-727-270 (now 801-414-550)

801-727-280
Male statue, head, arms and lower legs lost, inscribed on back pillar, basalt, Dyn. XXX, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 7100. (Probably from Tell Baqlîya.)
Schoske in Münchner Jahrb. 3 Ser xl (1989), 229-32, 234 Abb. 7, 8; id. Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst München (1995), 115 Abb. 133 [left]; Wildung in VGB Kraftwerkstechnik 71 [11] (Nov. 1991), fig. on 997 [lower middle] = Freundeskreis der Ägyptischen Sammlung München. Jahresgabe für 1992 fig. on 8 [lower, middle].

801-727-290
Man, green basalt, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, 383.
R. P[irelli] in Cantilena and Rubino, La Collezione egiziana ... Napoli 52 [2.13] fig.

801-727-300
Khensiru nsw-jrw, Late Period, in New Haven (Conn.), Yale University Art Gallery, YAG 24.1.1953 (on loan from Peabody Museum of Natural History).

801-727-310
A First great general of His Majesty, etc., head, right shoulder with arm and lower legs lost, four columns of text on back pillar, schist, probably temp. Nektanebos I, at Sotheby's in 1981, now in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1996.91.
Sotheby Sale Cat. July 13-14, 1981, No. 164 figs.; M. H[ill] and J. A[llen] in MMA Bull. liv [2] (Fall 1996), 8-9 figs.; Gazette des Beaux-Arts cxxix [1538] (March 1997), La Chronique des Arts fig. 206 on 53.

801-727-350
Psametek Psmtk, Treasurer of the King of Lower Egypt, son of In[amun-nefnebu] Jn-[jmn-n3.f-nbw], pt-wd3t priest, headless, with address to priests, mentioning Neith, green basalt, late Dyn. XXVI or early Dyn. XXVII, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, NME 90.
Text, Piehl in Actes du 8e Congrès International des Orientalistes, tenu en 1889 à Stockholm et à Christiania iv, 53 [7]. See Lieblein, Katalog öfver egyptiska fornlemningar i National-museum (1868), 34; De Meulenaere in BIFAO lxii (1964), 165 n. 1.

801-727-360
Man, head with shoulders and feet lost, inscribed on back pillar, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Swansea, University of Wales, The Egypt Centre, W.5295.

801-727-370
Kapefakhons K3p.f-3-nsw, God's father of Amenemopet, son of Djeho Dd-rw , God's father, and Tashe... T3-rjt-...... , Sistrum-player of Amun-Re, head and feet lost, basalt, probably Dyn. XXX, in Tübingen, Ägyptologisches Institut der Universität Tübingen, 1648.
Brunner-Traut and Brunner, Äg. Samml. 47 Taf. 140.

801-727-400
Pashentihet P3-rj-(n-)t3-jt Harwodj rw-wd3, God's father and Prophet of Amen(em)opet of Padjadja, son of Hory rwjj and Esiwert 3st-wrt, with text mentioning Imhotep Jj-m-tp, and wearing pectoral with man before Ptah, basalt, probably Dyn. XXX, in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 22692. (Probably from Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli.)
*Gusman, P. La Villa impériale de Tibur (1904), 310 fig. 569; Marucchi, Guida del Museo Vaticano di scultura (1924), 280 [95] fig. on 286; id. Guide du Musée Égyptien du Vatican (1927), 26-7 [135] fig. 5; *Tulli, A. in Rendiconti della Reale Academia Nazionale dei Lincei iv [7-10] (1928), 389-409 fig.; Cid Priego, C. El Arte Egipcio pl. facing 180 [right]; Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 41-3 [42] Tav. xxxiv [42], xxxv [42], xxxvi [42] (as Nos. 163-4); Roullet, Eg. ... Monuments ... Rome 118 [214] pl. clxviii [240]; Wildung, Imhotep und Amenhotep 42-4 [20] Taf. vi (from Botti and Romanelli) (as probably from Memphis); Alinari photo. 35679. Text, Wiedemann in Rec. Trav. vi (1885), 121-2 [4, 5]; Piehl, Inscr. hiéro. 1 Sér. xxvii [C], xxviii [G]; Marucchi, Museo Egizio 67-9 [93], 71-2 [99]. See Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 17-18 [16] (as Dyn. XXVI-XXX); Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 105; Grenier, Museo Gregoriano Egizio 17 [I.30] (as Dyn. XXVI and from â el-agar).

801-727-401
Man, lower legs lost, black basalt, Late Period, in Vatican, Museo Egizio Gregoriano, 22693.
Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 43 [43] Tav. xxxvi [43] (as No. 165). Upper part, H. W. Müller Archive 24 [I/347-8].

801-727-420
Kheru r, Count, Overseer of prophets, middle part (head, left forearm, right arm and most of legs lost), granodiorite, early Dyn. XXVI, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 38.
Rogge, Statuen Sp. 55-7 figs. (as from the eastern Delta). See Satzinger, H. in Jahrb. Wien 87, N.F. li (1991), 41.

801-727-440
Psametek Psmtk, General, etc., head, arms and much of legs lost, with text partly adopted from autobiography in tomb of Khety (Htjj) I at Asyû (Bibl. iv.264), green basalt, Dyn. XXVI, with dealer at Gîza in 1905 and in Paris, Galerie Bernheim-Jeune in 1983.
L'Art Moderne et quelque aspects de l'art d'autrefois ii (Paris, 1919), pl. 173; Clère in BIFAO 83 (1983), 85-100 pls. ix-xii. Some titles, Kees in ZÄS 70 (1934), 86 with n. 5.

801-727-450
Man, basalt, Late Period, at Christie's in 1978 and 1981.
Christie Sale Cat. April 24-5, 1978, No. 384 pl. 52; Dec. 10, 1981, No. 343 fig.

801-727-550
A Prophet of Montu lord of On of Upper Egypt, etc., wearing leopard skin, head, right arm and lower legs lost, Dyn. XXV-XXVI, formerly in Nisot colln. and at Sotheby's in 1993-4.
Sotheby Sale Cat. July 8, 1993, No. 170 fig.; July 7-8, 1994, No. 278 fig.

801-727-552
Man, waist to knees only, grey granite, Dyn. XXX or early Ptolemaic, at Sotheby's in 1965-6.
Sotheby Sale Cat. Feb. 22, 1965, No. 32 fig.; June 13, 1966, No. 116 fig. (both as Ptolemaic).

801-727-570
Man, waist to knees only, basalt, Dyn. XXX or early Ptolemaic, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1988.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 2, 1988, No. 145 fig.

801-727-600
Pedeharmeden P3-dj-rw-mdnw, lower part, feet lost, with text mentioning [wt-]bjt (Sais), basalt, temp. Psammetikhos I, in M. Yoyotte colln. in 1975.
El-Sayed, Documents relatifs à Saïs et ses divinités 166-8 [14] pls. xxxii-xxxiv.

801-727-605
Penma P3-n-m3 , Prophet of Montu lord of Thebes, Prophet of the 4th phyle on the monthly duty, etc., son of Hor rw , Prophet of Amun at Karnak, etc., lower legs lost, serpentine, early Dyn. XXVI, in private possession in Köln in 1991. (Probably from Thebes.)
Weber, M. in Verhoeven, U. and Graefe, E. (eds.), Religion und Philosophie im alten Ägypten. Festgabe für Philippe Derchain [etc.], 341-9 Abb. 1-3.

801-727-610
Irahor Jr-3-rw good name Neferebre-nfer Nfr-jb-r -nfr, Overseer of the antechamber, Nurse of the Lord of the Two Lands Psammetikhos (II), etc. (Saqqâra tb. LS 23), fragment of body from above waist down to mid-calves, temp. Psammetikhos II, in private possession in 1958.
Helck in ZÄS 83 (1958), 96 [3] Abb. 3.

801-727-611
Userkhons Wsr-nsw, God's father, Prophet, Opener of the doors of heaven, probably stone, Late Period or Ptolemaic, later made into a support of table and seen by Sir W. Gell in Italy in 1820s or 1830s.
Sketch and text, Gell MSS. ii. 1 [middle] and attached sheet.

Wood.

801-727-700
Statue of Psametek Psmtk, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari-Osiris, dedicated by son Maetre M3t-r , wood, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 8812. (See also statues of son and wife, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 8813-14, 801-727-701 and 801-775-520.)
Von Bissing, Denkmäler, Text to Taf. 67-8 [2nd fig. middle]; Aeg. und Vorderasiat. Alterthümer Taf. 49 [back row, middle]; Schäfer and Andrae, Kunst (1925), 624 Taf. 418 [2]; (1930), 660 Taf. 434 [2]; (1942), 695 Taf. 441 [2] (all as 8813); Wolf, Kunst 620 Abb. 639; Kaiser, Äg. Mus. Berlin (1967), 94-5 [943] Abb. [middle]; K.-Th. Z[auzich] in Äg. Mus. (1980), No. 43 fig. [middle] (as probably from Memphis); J. S[ettgast] in Äg. Mus. (1984), fig. on 35 [middle]; id. Äg. Mus. (1991), 126-7 [65] pl. [middle]; Fay, B. Egyptian Museum Berlin (1986), 116-17 fig. [middle]; Wildung, Egyptian Art in Berlin 46 fig. 38 [middle]. See Ausf. Verz. 260; Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 17 [13] (as from Memphis).

801-727-701
Statue of Maetre M3 t-r, son of Psametek Psmtk and Djekhensesankh Dd-nsw-jw.s-n, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari-Osiris, wood, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 8813. (See also statues of father and mother, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 8812 and 8814, 801-727-700 and 801-775-520.)
Von Bissing, Denkmäler, Text to Taf. 67-8 [2nd fig. left]; Aeg. und Vorderasiat. Alterthümer Taf. 49 [back row, 4th from left]; Schäfer and Andrae, Kunst (1925), 625 Taf. 418 [3]; (1930), 660 Taf. 434 [3]; (1942), 695 Taf. 441 [3] (all as 8812); Kaiser, Äg. Mus. Berlin (1967), 94-5 [945] Abb. [left]; K.-Th. Z[auzich] in Äg. Mus. Berlin (1980), No. 43 fig. [right] (as probably from Memphis); J. S[ettgast] in Äg. Mus. (1984), fig. on 35 [left]; id. Äg. Mus. (1991), 126-7 [65] pl. [left]; Fay, B. Egyptian Museum Berlin (1986), 116-17 fig. [left]; Wildung, Egyptian Art in Berlin 46 fig. 38 [left]. See Ausf. Verz. 260; Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 17 [14] (as from Memphis).

801-727-750
Male statue, arms and feet lost, wood, possibly Dyn. XXVI, in London, Petrie Museum, 8840.
Page, Sculpture No. 108 figs. Upper part, Murray, Sculpture 7 pl. iii [2].

801-727-800
Statue of man holding [image of deity?], left hand and foot lost, wood, Late Period, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.122.
Vandier, Sculpture ... Louvre 25th pl. [right] (as Dyn. XXVI); id. Guide (1948), 74 pl. xvi [1]; (1952), 76 pl. xvi [1] (both as Dyn. XXVI); (1973), 142 pl. xx (as probably Dyn. XXX); Ziegler, C. Le Louvre. Les antiquités égyptiennes (1990), fig. on 76 [middle]; Andreu, Images de la vie quotidienne en Égypte au temps des pharaons fig. on 111; Manniche, L. L'Art égyptien (1994), fig. on 272 [right]. See Boreux, Guide ii, 453 (as Dyn. XXVI).

801-727-805
Man, left part only, Dyn. XXVI, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.5347.
Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 157 fig. Head, Desroches-Noblecourt, L'Art égyptien (1961), fig. 85. See Boreux, Guide ii, 451.

801-727-830
Man, or deified Imhotep Jj-m-tp, Dyn. XXVI, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, MME 1980:1.
Müller, H. W. in Medelhavsmuseet Bulletin 16 (1981), 6-14 Abb. 1-4; B. G[eorge] in Medelhavsmuseet. En introduktion 80 fig. on 81 [right].

801-727-850
Man, forearms lost, Late Period, formerly in Warsaw, Muzeum Narodowe, 21887 (lost in World War II). (Probably from Karnak or Esna.)
Majewska, A. in Aksamit, J. et al. (eds.), Essays in Honour of Prof. Dr. Jadwiga Lipinska (1997), 178 n. 31 [46] pl. xxiv [2].

801-727-900
Man, head and feet lost, with right hand clasped over left wrist, probably Dyn. XXXI, formerly in J. Larcade colln. and in Paris, Galerie Charpentier, in 1958.
*Galerie Charpentier Sale Cat. Dec. 15-16, 1958, No. 109; Goudchaux, G. W. in Objets 2 (1969), 10-16 figs.; Egypte. Eender en anders Cat. 63 fig.

801-727-910
Man with crossed arms wearing long garment, Dyn. XXVII, formerly in P. Mallon colln., destroyed in World War II.
FERE photos. 17409-10.

Bronze.

801-728-150
Male statuette, bronze, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in H. Abbott and New York Historical Society collns., now in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 37.363E. (Said to come from Thebes.)
Ransom Williams, C. in The New-York Historical Society Quarterly Bulletin ii (July 1918), 51, 53 fig. 12; Eg. Art ... Brooklyn fig. 29 (as Dyn. XII); Vandier, Manuel iii, 585 pl. xciii [1] (as 2nd Int. Period); Art of Ancient Egypt (Emily Lowe Gallery. Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, Feb. 22 - April 6, 1971), No. 11 fig.; Sée, Naissance fig. on 257 [upper] (as Middle Kingdom). See NYHS Cat. 51 [799].

801-728-200
Man with raised right arm, Late Period, in Chicago (Ill.), Oriental Institute Museum, 11385.
Hornemann, Types i, pl. 251.

801-728-230
Man with arms raised in adoration, Late Period, in Dijon, Musée des Beaux-Arts, A 244.
Laurent, V. and Desti, M. Antiquités égyptiennes. Inventaire des collections du Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon 46 [36] fig. See Laurent, Des pharaons aux premiers chrétiens No. 41.

801-728-250
Man, left hand and right forearm lost, Late Period, in Essen, Museum Folkwang, P 18.
Essen. 5000 Jahre No. 237 Abb.

801-728-350
Man wearing tight garment, with arms bent and extended at waist level, Late Period, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AB.38.
Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, pl. iv [D.25]. See id. Descr. rais. 50 [D.25]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 153 [332]; id. Beschreibung xii, 2 [14].

801-728-352
Man holding papyrus roll, Late Period, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AB.44.
Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 3 [D.23] pl. iv. See id. Descr. rais. 50 [D.23]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 153 [331]; id. Beschreibung xii, 2 [19].

801-728-400
Man wearing leopard skin, with figure of Osiris in relief on kilt, Dyn. XXVI-XXX, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.1415.
Hornemann, Types i, pl. 249.

801-728-440
Man with raised arms, lower legs lost, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, N.4528.
Hornemann, Types i, pl. 315.

801-728-450
Pedeamun P3-dj-jmn, son of Udjahor Wd3-rw, arms lost, wearing pectoral with Amun, Sekhmet and Nefertem, Dyn. XXV, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.10586.
Galvano, L'Arte 54 fig. 61 (as Dyn. XXVI); Michalowski, Art fig. 601 (as Dyn. XXVI); Archives phot. E.70. See Boreux, Guide ii, 410; Vandier, Guide (1948), 73; (1952), 74; (1973), 122.

801-728-500
Wehebre W3-jb-r , son of Hepy pjj and Neit[em]het Nt-[m-]3t , with arms raised in adoration (right hand lost), Late Period, in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 2660.
Lapis and Mat'e, Drevneegipetskaya skul'ptura 121 [127] fig. 81 pl. iv (text).

801-728-510
Statuette of man with raised arms, left hand and lower legs lost, bronze, probably Late Period, in Strasbourg, Musée Archéologique, 11.987.0.232 (Schlumberger 395).
Schweitzer, A. and Traunecker, C. Strasbourg, Musée archéologique. Antiquités égyptiennes de la collection G. Schlumberger (1998), 34-5 [35] fig.

801-728-540
Man, forearms lost, Late Period, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1995-6.
Bonhams. Antiquities. Sale Cat. Oct. 24, 1995, No. 287 fig.; April 30, 1996, No. 291 fig. See Bonhams. Antiquities. Sale Cat. Oct. 22, 1996, No. 223.

801-728-550
Man, right foot lost, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in O. Borelli Bey colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1913.
Antiquités Égyptiennes ... Collection Borelli Bey. Vente, Hôtel Drouot, June 11-13, 1913, No. 129 pl. xi.

801-728-700
Male statuette, feet lost, bronze, probably Dyn. XXVI, in New York, Alex G. Malloy, in 1975, then in G. Memminger colln. in 1990.
*Alex G. Malloy, New York. Ancient Art and Antiquities, Fall-Winter 1975, No. 34; Pamminger, P. Ägyptische Kleinkunst aus der Sammlung Gustav Memminger No. 62 fig.

801-728-800
Man with raised arms, inscribed, Late Period, at Sotheby's in 1979.
Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 4, 1979, No. 38 pl. viii (as Khred, son of Gemnakht, with text mentioning Thoth).

801-728-830
Nude young man with raised left arm holding [staff], forearms and feet restored, bronze, perhaps Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1993.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 14, 1993, No. 148 fig.

801-728-900
Man, Late Period, in Zakaryan colln.
H. W. Müller Archive 74 [II/2772-6].

Ivory.

801-729-500
Man, right arm lost, uninscribed, possibly deified Imhotep Jj-m-tp, late Dyn. XXVI, on the art market in late 1950s.
Müller, H. W. in Medelhavsmuseet Bulletin 16 (1981), 11-14 Abb. 5-7; H. W. Müller Archive 73 [II/2558-60].

Standing holding standard.
Stone.

801-731-500
Man holding standard with seated figure of Osiris, schist, Dyn. XXVI, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 6931.
Schoske in Münchner Jahrb. 3 Ser. xxxviii (1987), 220-2 Abb. 7.

Standing holding Hathor-sistrum.
Stone.

801-732-490
Irutertja(?) Jrwt-r-t3(?), skw-priest, pt-wd3t priest, etc., son of Iufa Jw.f-3, serpentine, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 24.1.1. (Probably from Abydos.)
De Meulenaere, H. Het leven na de dood in het Oude Egypte. Tentoonstelling van 21 juni tot 28 september 1969, Provinciaal Gallo-Romeins Museum, Tongeren 28 [20] pl. 6 (as basalt and Dyn. XXVI); B. V. R[insveld] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 72-4 [9] figs. (as Late Period). Head, Oudeheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 25 [2] pl. ii [2] (as 'neo-Memphite').

801-732-500
A Scribe, Overseer of ..., head and lower legs lost, sandstone, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 1008.
See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 23 (text).

Standing holding naos with deity.
Stone.

801-733-020
Man holding naos of Osiris on stand, inscribed, black granite, Dyn. XXV-XXXI or Ptolemaic, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.196.
Steindorff, Cat. 62 [177] pls. xxxi, cxvii.

801-733-030
Man, headless, holding naos of Osiris, diorite, Dyn. XXVII, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1857.
See Kminek-Szedlo, Cat. 162.

801-733-040
Tja(n)enhebu T3-(n-)n3-hbw, Director of the Mansions, etc., son of Hena(t) Hn-3(t), Director of the Mansions, etc. and Tashepenneit T3-p-n-nt , Sistrum-player of the temple of Neith mistress of Sais, lower part, holding naos of Osiris, grey slate, Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 1279.
See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 143 (text).

801-733-050
Man holding naos of Neith, no text, calcite, Dyn. XXIX-XXXI, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 76.
Schmidt, Choix des monuments égyptiens [etc.] (1906), 68 pl. 211C = Arndt, La Glyptothèque Ny-Carlsberg [etc.] (1912), 68 pl. 211C (as Dyn. XXVI and probably from Lower Egypt); Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1908), 270-1 [E. 153] fig. (as Dyn. XXVI); id. Levende og Døde fig. 898; Mogensen, Coll. ég. 20-1 [A 81] pl. xx (as Dyn. XXVI); Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 62-3 [104] pl. 116; id. Ægyptisk Billedhuggerkunst (1951), 25 pl. 35; id. Eg. Sculpture (1951), 30 pl. 41; (1962), 33 pl. 41. Upper part, Bothmer, in Miscellanea Wilbouriana 1 (1972), 30 figs. 9, 10. Head, id. in Quaderni de 'La ricerca scientifica' 116 (1988), 58 fig. 8. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 222 [A. 141] (as Dyn. XXVI).

801-733-295
Pedehor P3-dj-rw, Director of the Mansions, etc., son of Tutu Twtw, Director of the Mansions, etc., and Setyerboni St3-jrt-bjnt , holding statue of Osiris, with text mentioning Neith and Osiris foremost of wt-bjt (Sais), basalt, late Dyn. XXVI or early Dyn. XXVII, (a) upper part seen with Seleem, nephew of Yussuf, in Alexandria in 1885, (b) middle part in London, British Museum, EA 178, (c) base with feet formerly in G. Acerbi colln., now in Mantua, Galleria e Museo di Palazzo Ducale, Inv. 189.
(a) and (b) De Meulenaere, H. in BIFAO 87 (1987), 135-40 pls. xxi, xxii (= Wilbour MSS.) figs. 1, 2. (a) Sketch and text, Wilbour MSS. 2 D, 21 [lower], 2 G, 57. (c) Donatelli, La raccolta egizia di Giuseppe Acerbi No. 12 figs.; text, Pernigotti, S. in Egitto e Vicino Oriente viii (1985), 10-18 Tav. i, cf. ii; see Curto in Atti del convegno di studi su la Lombardia e l'Oriente. Milan, June 11-15, 1962, p. 155 [8] (as granite).

801-733-300
Amenhotep Jmn-tp, Director of the Mansions, son of Weebre-merneit W3-jb-r -mr-nt, Prophet of Horus son of Neith, and Tashenesi T3-rjt-n(t)-3st, holding naos of Neith, with text mentioning Neith mistress of Sais, green schist, probably early Dyn. XXVII, formerly in S. Rogers and W. H. Forman collns., at Christie's in 1856 and at Sotheby's in 1899, now in London, British Museum, EA 41517.
Shubert, S. B. in JSSEA xix (1989), 38 pl. xix [b] (as Weebre-merneit); Selim, H. in JEA 76 (1990), 199-202 figs. 1, 2 pls. xxiii-xxv; Wilkinson MSS. xxii.13 and xxiii.151. Text, Sharpe, Eg. Inscr. 1 Ser. 33 [C]. See *Christie Sale Cat. (S. Rogers), April 1856, No. 79 [2nd item]; Sotheby Sale Cat. (W. H. Forman), June 19-22, 1899, No. 219 (as basalt); Guide, 4th to 6th 133 [112] (as basalt and Dyn. XXVI).

801-733-350
Usirinakht Wsjr-nt , Director of the Mansions, son of Wehebre W3-jb-r , Director of the Mansions, holding naos of Osiris, black granite, Dyn. XXVI, in Marseilles, Musée d'Archéologie Méditerranéenne, 216.
Names and titles, El-Sayed, Documents relatifs à Saïs et ses divinités 234 [12] (as Nakht). See Maspero, Cat. 12 [16]; Nelson, Cat. No. 130.

801-733-400
Man holding naos of Osiris, green basalt, Dyn. XXVII, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 25.2.10.
Hornemann, Types i, pl. 286 (as Dyn. XXVI); Guide (1983), 106 [47] fig. (as Dyn. XXVII-XXX). Detail of dress, Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 86 pl. 66 [167].

801-733-420
Statue of man holding naos of Osiris, basalt, Dyn. XXX or early Ptolemaic, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.8069.
C. Z[iegler] in Egyptomania. L'Égypte dans l'art occidental 1730-1930 Cat. 12 fig.; Pierrat-Bonnefois, G. in Louvre. Les Antiquités égyptiennes i (1997), fig. on 42 [upper] (as graywacke and Dyn. XXVII). See Boreux, Guide ii, 461 (as Dyn. XXVI).

801-733-425
Nekau-meryre Nk3w-mrj-r , lower part, holding naos of Osiris, basalt, temp. Necho II or later, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.10966.
See Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 38, 52.

801-733-430
Udjahorresnet Wd3-rw-rsnt, Prophet of Thoth foremost of Sais, Director of the Mansions, son of Djehapiefankh Dd- pj-jw.f-n, headless, holding naos of Hathor, black granite, Dyn. XXVI-XXVII, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.11895.
Some names and titles, Jelínková in ASAE lv (1958), 120-1 [67-9].

801-733-450
Man holding solid naos with figure of seated Neith mistress of Sais on front, upper part and feet lost, with text mentioning Nektanebos I, green schist, temp. Nektanebos I, in San Francisco (Calif.), M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, 54664. (Probably from â el-agar.)
M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Illustrations of Selected Works (1950), pl. on 10 (as basalt); Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 89-90 [72] pl. 68 [174-6].

801-733-460 (joins 801-763-640)

801-733-470
Tjaanemhorimu T3j-n-m-rw-jm.w, 'honoured by Khentekhtai lord of Athribis, and by Osiris-Khentekhtai-Horus in Athribis', ... of Sekhmet in Ineb-hedj (Memphis), son of Ankh-hap n-p and Renpetnefert Rnpt-nfrt, Sistrum-player of Khuit, headless, forearms and much of legs lost, holding [naos], granodiorite, Dyn. XXIX to early Ptolemaic, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5806a. (Probably from Tell Atrîb.)
Rogge, Statuen Sp. 125-9 figs.

801-733-510
Tjonufer T3-nfr, fragmentary, holding naos of Hathor, schist, Late Period, in the Egyptian Collection at Chiddingstone Castle (D. E. Bower Bequest).

801-733-520
Ankh-unnufer n-wnn-nfrj, God's father, son of Diptahiau Dj-pt-j3w , Prophet, Deputy of the temple of Ptah, base with feet lost, holding naos of Osiris, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in A. Brundage colln. 2/24 and at Sotheby's in 1978. (Probably from Memphis.)
Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 52-3 [45] pl. 42 [100-1]; Sotheby Sale Cat. July 3-4, 1978, No. 126 pl. xxiv.

801-733-540
Man holding naos of Osiris, unfinished, Dyn. XXVI, in Paris, Drouot-Richelieu, on December 10, 1990, and in New York - Beverly Hills - London, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1997.
Archéologia 263 (Dec. 1990), fig. on 75 [lower right]; Eisenberg, J. M. Art of the Ancient World. Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Egyptian & Near Eastern Antiquities ix (Jan. 1997), No. 177 fig.; Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 8 [2] (March-April 1997), fig. on inside back cover.

801-733-600
Pedesi P3-dj-3st, son of Ptahhotep Pt-tp and Tjesubastepert Ts-b3stt-prt, head lost, holding naos of Ptah, granite, Late Period, formerly in W. MacGregor colln. and at Sotheby's in 1922 and 1930, then with E. Hindamian (dealer) in Paris in 1953.
See Sotheby Sale Cat. (MacGregor), June 26 - July 6, 1922, No. 1633; May 20-1, 1930, No. 286; Capart in Chron. d'Ég. xviii (1943), 260 [near bottom]; De Meulenaere in Orientalia N.S. 31 (1962), 469 [Doc. 4].

801-733-640
Statuette of man holding naos of Osiris on stepped pedestal, Late Period, in New York - London, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 2002.
Eisenberg, J. M. Art of the Ancient World. Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Egyptian, & Near Eastern Antiquities xiii (Jan. 2002), No. 146 fig.

801-733-650
Man wearing leopard skin and crocodile pectoral, head, naos, hands and lower legs lost, granite, Late Period or Ptolemaic, at Sotheby's in 1984.
Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 10-11, 1984, No. 169 fig.

801-733-660
Man holding naos (the deity unfinished), head and lower legs lost, granite, Dyn. XXVII-XXX, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1996.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 13, 1996, No. 25 fig.

Standing holding figure of deity or animal.
Stone.

801-735-050
Psametek-sineit Psmtk-s3-nt, son of Djeptahefankh Dd-pt-jw.f-n (right arm lost), holding Osiris (head lost), basalt, Dyn. XXVII, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 107.
Tzachou-Alexandri, O. The World of Egypt in the National Archaeological Museum (1995), 144 [xli, 1] fig. (as Dyn. XXVI). See Loukianoff in La semaine égyptienne (1937), Nos. 23-4, p. 26; id. in Arkhailogike Ephemeris (1937), 768 [9]; id. in Bull. Inst. Ég. xxi (1938-9), 260 n. 9 (all as Dyn. XXVI); Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 68.

801-735-100
Man holding Osiris, middle part, with text mentioning 'great god in Sais', basalt, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Beaune, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Inv. D 07.1.9 (on loan from Paris, Musée National du Louvre, N.2544).
Guichard and Romand-Douillet, Collection égyptienne (1985), No. 71 fig.

801-735-110
Man holding Osiris, head and lower legs lost, completely covered with magical texts, black stone, Dyn. XXX or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 7554.
See Ausf. Verz. 309.

801-735-120
Statuette of Hor rw, sem-priest, s3 of the place, etc., son of Pawen P3-wn, sem-priest, s3 of the place, etc., and Setyerboni St3-jrt-bjnt, holding figure of Osiris, hard dark stone, Dyn. XXIX (possibly temp. Nepheritis I), in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 77.50. (Probably from the Memphite area.)
Bothmer and De Meulenaere in Lesko, L. H. (ed.), Egyptological Studies in Honor of Richard A. Parker 1-10 pls. i, ii.

801-735-130
Harem...(?) rw-m...(?)(?), Hereditary prince, Count, Scribe ..., etc., head and arms lost, holding Osiris on stand, grey slate, probably Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 723.
See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 58-9 (text).

801-735-131
Man holding Osiris, grey slate, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 724.
Borchardt, Statuen iii, 59-60 Bl. 134; Hornemann, Types i, pl. 288. See Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 37 [82] (as end of Dyn. XXV or beginning of Dyn. XXVI).

801-735-133
Headless torso and lower arms of man holding Osiris on stand or shrine, remains of text on back pillar, green slate, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 997.
See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 20 (text).

801-735-135
Irtharerau Jrt-rw-r.w, ... of Horus and Isis in Koptos (probably owner) holding Min(?), lower part, dedicated by son Iufdi(?) Jw.f-dj(?), sm3-priest in Koptos, green slate, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 1044.
Borchardt, Statuen iv, 37 Bl. 161 (as holding figure of probably Ptah).

801-735-137
Psametek Psmtk, Overseer of the two houses of silver and the two houses of gold, etc., son of Ankh-neferebre n-nfr-jb-r , base only, with text mentioning Hathor, green slate, temp. Psammetikhos II or later, in Cairo Mus. CG 1083.
See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 49 (text).

801-735-139
A Hereditary prince, with figure of a deity on stand, lower part, sandstone, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 1236.
See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 123 (text).

801-735-150
Man with figure of a deity, unfinished, dolerite, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 33307.
Edgar, Sculptors' Studies and Unfinished Works (Cat. Caire), 3 pl. ii; Anthes in MDAIK 10 (1941), 93-4 Taf. 17 [d] (from Edgar). See Edgar in Rec. Trav. xxvii (1905), 147 n. 1.

801-735-170
Ptahardait Pt-jr-djt , Royal scribe of the altar of Ptah, son of Pedeneit P3-dj-nt, headless, holding Osiris, dedicated by son Senbef Snb.f, sem-priest, etc., steatite, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Chalon-sur-Saône, Musée Denon, DEG 4.
Harlé, Egyptologie Collection du Musée Denon 10 fig. (as Dyn. XXVI or a little later); V. R[ondot] in Les Collections égyptiennes dans les musées de Saône-et-Loire 81 [3] figs. (as probably from Memphis). See Armand-Calliat, L. Catalogue des collections archéologiques [etc.] (1950), 86 [851]; Laurent, Des pharaons aux premiers chrétiens No. 55.

801-735-180
Man holding baboon on stand, lower legs lost, basalt, Late Period, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 592.
Mogensen, Coll. ég. 21 [A 84] pl. xx (as Dyn. XXVI); Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 63 [106] pl. 118. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 221 [A. 140]; (1908), 271-2 [E. 154] (as granite and Dyn. XXVI); Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 38 [85] (as probably Ptolemaic).

801-735-210
Middle part of man holding Osiris (upper part only), remains of text on back, greywacke, Late Period, in Hamm, Gustav-Lübcke-Museum, Inv. 1810.
*Zink, Städtisches Gustav-Lübcke-Museum Hamm. Auswahlkatalog (1965), No. 9 pl.; Wille, H. Führungsblätter zur Ausstellung Ägypten in Hamm im Städtischen Gustav-Lübcke-Museum, 23.2.1986 bis 13.4.1986 fig. on 22nd p. [upper] (as green schist); M. S[eidel] in Eggebrecht, A. (ed.), Ägypten. Geheimnis der Grabkammern. Suche nach Unsterblichkeit 126-7 [T 51] figs. (as Dyn. XXVI).

801-735-250
Unnufer Wnn-nfr, Greatest of the five, son of Djeho Dd-rw, Greatest of the five, and Djeubastesankh Dd-b3stt-j(w).s-n, holding baboon (lower part only left) on stand, upper part and lower legs lost, Dyn. XXX-XXXI or early Ptolemaic, in Basel, Münzen und Medaillen A. G., in 1981 and at Sotheby's in 1982, now in London, British Museum, EA 69486. (Probably from el-Ashmûnein.)
Werke ägyptischer Kunst [etc.] (Münzen und Medaillen A. G. Auktion 59, Basel, June 16, 1981), No. 41 figs.; Sotheby Sale Cat. July 5, 1982, No. 144 figs. See Bourriau in JEA 70 (1984), 134 [379].

801-735-260
Base and feet from statuette of Ankh-hor n-rw Wehebre W3-jb-r , Overseer of infantry of every department, son of Peken P3-n, with feet of figure of god held by him, and text mentioning Osiris and Mehyt the Great in Lepidotonpolis (Bdt), basalt, probably 1st half of Dyn. XXVI, in London, Petrie Museum, 14629.
Stewart, Eg. Stelae iii, 35 [131] pl. 44.

801-735-270
Pefiy P3.f-jj, First prophet of Amun-Re, etc., son of Nakht Nt (i.e. Harnakht rw-nt), lower part, holding Osiris, schist, early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in V. Golenishchev colln. 1387, now in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.
Mal'mberg and Turaev, Opisanie 64-6 [86] pl. ix [2] (text) (as Persian or Ptolemaic).

801-735-280
Man holding Osiris, grey-green schist, early Dyn. XXVI, in New York, The Pierpont Morgan Library, Inv. 11.
Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 46 [39] pl. 36 [84-5].

801-735-300
Man holding Osiris, schist, Dyn. XXVI, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.4299.
Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 159 fig. See Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 3, 34, 46.

801-735-305
Man with figure of Osiris, diorite, Dyn. XXX or early Ptolemaic, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.27491.
See Ziegler in La Revue du Louvre xliii [1] (Feb. 1995), 76.

801-735-320
Man holding Osiris, lower part, feet lost, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in Philadelphia PA, The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, E 14313.
The Egyptian Mummy. Secrets and Science No. 5 fig. See Vandier, Manuel iii, 679 (as New Kingdom).

801-735-360
Eshor Ns-rw (Psametek-menkhib Psmtk-mn-jb), Overseer of the gates of foreign lands of the Great Green, etc., son of Iufre(r) Jw.f-r(r), lower part, holding Osiris, with cartouches of Psammetikhos II, green schist, temp. Psammetikhos II, formerly in B. A. Turaev colln., now in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 2962.
Turajeff in ZÄS 48 (1910), 160-3 [iii] Abb. 2, 3 (as black granite); Lapis and Mat'e, Drevneegipetskaya skul'ptura 111-13 [119] fig. 75 pl. iv (text). See Turaev and Farmakovskii, Opis kollektsii drevnostei, privezennkh iz Egipta vesnoi 1909 goda 8-9 [38] (as basalt).

801-735-370
Middle part of man holding Osiris, schist, probably early Dyn. XXVII, formerly in San Francisco (Calif.), Israel Museum and in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1993.
Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. July 6, 1993, No. 72 fig.

801-735-380
Man holding Osiris, fragmentary, dedicated by sons Ankh-psametek n-psmtk and Weebre W3-jb-r , etc., black granite, probably temp. Necho II, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, NME 78.
Text, Piehl in Actes du 8e Congrès International des Orientalistes, tenu en 1889 à Stockholm et à Christiania iv, 53-5 [8]. See Lieblein, Katalog öfver egyptiska fornlemningar i National-museum (1868), 32; Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 50.

801-735-382
Man holding Osiris, dark stone, Late Period, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, NME 91.
See Lieblein, Katalog öfver egyptiska fornlemningar i National-museum (1868), 34.

801-735-390
Henenhor Hn-n-rw, Baker of Neith(?), son of Heramun Hr-jmn and Imut Jmwt, holding Osiris, mid-Dyn. XXVI, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 65.
Rogge, Statuen Sp. 58-63 figs. (as from the Memphite area).

801-735-391
Man holding Osiris, unfinished, sandstone, late Dyn. XXVI, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 66.
Rogge, Statuen Sp. 77-80 figs.; E. H[aslauer] in Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 190 figs.; Seipel, Götter, Menschen, Pharaonen Kat. 149 figs.

801-735-410
Statuette of Tutu Twtw, Director of the Mansions, Overseer of the treasury, etc., son of Wehebre-merneit W3-jb-r -mr-nt, Director of the Mansions, upper part and feet lost, holding figure probably of Neith (headless), serpentine, late Dyn. XXVI, in R. Baÿ colln. in 1978 and at Christie's in 1998, then in C. Michailidis colln. in 2000.
H. Schlögl in Geschenk des Nils No. 290 pls.; Christie Sale Cat. Sept. 23, 1998, No. 90 figs. (as greywacke); H. W. Müller Archive 73 [II/811-14, 826-9].

801-735-420
Paheter P3-tr, Royal scribe, etc., son of Pefteu(em)a(ui)neit P3.f-t3w-(m-) (wj)-nt and [Esiem]khebi [3st-m-]3-bjt..., Sistrum-player of Neith mistress of Sais, lower part, holding Osiris, schist, probably Dyn. XXVI, in the Egyptian Collection at Chiddingstone Castle (D. E. Bower Bequest).
Part of text, erný Notebook, 49, p. 61 [middle] (as basalt).

801-735-440
Pedubaste P3-dj-b3stt Psametek-sonb Psmtk-snb, Overseer of prophets in the temple of Amun, etc., son of Pashe(n)mut P3-rj-(n-)mwt, with names of Apries on arms, holding Osiris, steatite, temp. Apries, formerly in the Galli and The Kevorkian Foundation collns., in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, in 1973 and 1981 and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1986.
Sotheby Parke Bernet (New York) Sale Cat. May 4, 1973, No. 277 fig.; Dec. 9, 1981, No. 169 figs.; Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. May 30, 1986, No. 69 figs. Names and titles, De Meulenaere in Orientalia Lovaniensia Periodica 12 (1981), 130 [86, 2].

801-735-455
Nekht-harhebi Nt-rw-(m-)b , Royal herald, etc., son of Nefertenneit Nfrt-n(t)-nt (mother), base with parts of feet and feet of probably Osiris, schist, temp. Psammetikhos II or later, in P. Ramond colln. in 1978.
Ramond, P. in Revue du Tarn 90 (Summer 1978), 279-84 pls. i-iv. See El-Sayed, Documents relatifs à Saïs et ses divinités 227-8 [5, b].

801-735-460
Man, lower legs lost, holding seated Imhotep Jj-m-tp (headless) reading, steatite, probably Dyn. XXVII, formerly in E. Brummer colln. and at Sotheby's in 1964, then in Resandro colln. in 1992.
Sotheby Sale Cat. (E. Brummer), Nov. 16-17, 1964, No. 93 fig. (as Dyn. XXVI); Ernest Brummer Colln. ii, No. 522 fig.; Wildung, Imhotep and Amenhotep 40 [18] Taf. iv [right] (from Sotheby Sale Cat.); id. Entdeckungen No. 107 fig. (as serpentine and Dyn. XXVII-XXX); Schoske and Wildung, Gott und Götter im Alten Ägypten 188-9 [122] figs. (as Dyn. XXVII-XXX).

801-735-470
Pedusiri P3-dj-wsjr, 'honoured by Osiris lord of 3-bjt (Sais)', son of Penkhebitudja P3-n-3-bjt-wd3, with headless figure of Osiris, and son Psametek Psmtk (dedicator of statue) in relief on back pillar, temp. Psammetikhos I, in J. Rhodius colln. in 1654, now (head of Osiris restored) in London, Freud Museum.
Kircher, Oedipus Aegyptiacus iii (1654), fig. on 498; De Meulenaere in OMRO xliv (1963), 2-3 fig. 1 (from Kircher).

801-735-480
Psametek-menemweset Psmtk-mn-m-w3st, Scribe of the Pharaoh in the house of gold, etc., son of Esmin Ns-mnw, Scribe of the Pharaoh in the house of gold, etc., and Iru Jrw, with text mentioning Amun-Re lord of the Throne of the Two Lands, foremost of Karnak, and Ptah-Sokari-Osiris 'in the box', holding Osiris, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's in 1962 and then in Stöcker colln., sold by Ader-Picard-Tajan in Paris, Hôtel George-V, on April 12, 1989.
La Gazette de l'Hôtel Drouot 98 [12] (March 24, 1989), fig. on 45 [left]. See Sotheby Sale Cat. March 5, 1962, No. 47.

801-735-490
Man holding Osiris, 'magnesite marble', Late Period, formerly in Stöll colln., at Sotheby's (New York) in 1989 and in Beverly Hills (Calif.), Superior Galleries, in 1993.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Nov. 29, 1989, No. 394 fig.; Superior Galleries. Fine Antiquities Auction. June 8-9, 1993, No. 696 fig. (as Dyn. XXVII).

801-735-500
Man holding Osiris, middle part, remains of text on back pillar, green basalt, Late Period, formerly in Woodner colln. and in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1994.
Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt xxi (April 1994), No. 4 fig.

Wood.

801-735-600
Man holding Osiris, Dyn. XXVI or later, formerly in G. Anastasi colln., now in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.3187.
Encycl. phot. Louvre pl. 106 (as Dyn. XXVI). See Lenormant, Cat. ... d'Anastasi No. 760; Boreux, Guide ii, 490 (as Dyn. XXVI); Vandier, Guide (1948), 74 [middle]; (1952), 76 [top]; (1973), 142 [near top].

Bronze.

801-736-050
Man holding baboon, with right arm raised, feet lost, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 54.2092.
Steindorff, Cat. 68-9 [218] pl. xxxv.

801-736-070
Man holding baboon, with right arm raised, Late Period, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 7434.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 302 [369, e] Taf. 44 [t]. See Ausf. Verz. 303.

801-736-080
Man holding baboon, with right arm raised, probably Late Period, in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.6824.
Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 325.

801-736-150
Man holding baboon, right forearm lost, Late Period, in Hildesheim, Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Pelizaeus-Museum 68.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzewerke 40 [169] Taf. 27 [a, b]. See Ippel and Roeder, Denkmäler ... Hildesheim 35, 122; Kayser, Äg. Altertümer 115.

801-736-300
Khensardais nsw-jr-dj-s, Overseer of Upper Egypt, jmj-r nt in Hierakon (el-Aâwla) on the mound of Djufyet (12th nome of Upper Egypt), etc., holding [Osiris], with scene of Khensardais before Osiris on kilt and names of Psammetikhos I, temp. Psammetikhos I, in London, British Museum, EA 14466.
Hall, H. R. in JEA xvi (1930), 1-2 pls. i, ii; Hornemann, Types i, pl. 283; James, Egyptian Sculptures pl. 31; id. in Boardman, The Cambridge Ancient History. Plates to Volume III (1984), 145-6 pl. 194 [b]; id. Introduction 226 fig. 88; Guide, Eg. Collns. (1964), 210 fig. 78; Shubert, S. B. in JSSEA xix (1989), 32 pl. xii [b]. Upper part, Pinch, Magic in Ancient Egypt 51 fig. 35. See Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 36 [80].

801-736-350
Man holding baboon, with right arm raised, probably Dyn. XXVII, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 4837.
Müller, H. W. in ZÄS 94 (1967), 125 Taf. vi [1, 2]; id. Eine ungewöhnliche Metallfigur eines blinden ägyptischen Priesters in Sitzungsberichte. Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philos.- hist. Klasse 1989, Heft 5, pp. 5, 6, 22 Abb. 16. See id. in Münchner Jahrb. 3 Ser. xiv (1963), 221; Staatl. Sammlung (1972), 108; (1976), 187.

801-736-400
Man holding Maet on stand, Late Period, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 89.2.518.
Hornemann, Types i, pl. 290.

801-736-430
Man holding baboon, with right arm raised, probably Late Period, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, A.F.392.
Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 326.

801-736-500
Man holding baboon, right forearm damaged, Late Period, formerly in The Lannan Foundation colln., in New York, Parke-Bernet, in 1958 and Sotheby Parke Bernet, in 1979 and in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1995.
Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt xxii (March 1995), No. 22 fig. See *Parke-Bernet Sale Cat. May 15, 1958, No. 40; Sotheby Parke Bernet (New York) Sale Cat. May 19, 1979, No. 49.

801-736-550
Man holding baboon, left forearm lost, Late Period, in London, Folio Fine Art Ltd., in 1971.
Folio Fine Art Ltd. Catalogue 78 (Jan. 1971), No. 321 fig.

801-736-600
Man holding baboon, with right arm raised, probably Late Period, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price colln. and at Sotheby's in 1911.
Hilton Price, Cat. ii, 81 [4730] pl. xxii (as probably Dyn. XXVI). See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hilton-Price), July 12-21, 1911, No. 340 [2nd item].

Standing holding offering-table.
Stone.

801-736-700
Man standing holding offering-table, Dyn. XXX, in San Jose (Calif.), Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum and Art Gallery, RC 1643.
See Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 101.

Standing balancing a tray on head.
Bronze.

801-737-200
Man, lower legs lost, Late Period, in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1978.9.
Munro, P. in Jahresbericht 1977-81 in Hannoversche Geschichtsblätter N.F. 36 (1982), 126 [23] fig. (as 3rd Int. Period).

801-737-250
Man, feet lost, Late Period, formerly in Colonel J. Evans, E. Rutherston and L. Pomerance collns., at Sotheby's in 1924 and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1987, now in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1988.11.
Sotheby Sale Cat. (Evans), June 30 - July 1, 1924, No. 314 pl. ii; Spiegelberg in JEA xvi (1930), pl. xviii; Bothmer in The Pomerance Collection of Ancient Art (The Brooklyn Museum, June 14 - October 2, 1966), No. 71 fig. (as Dyn. XXVII-XXX); Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. May 29, 1987, No. 39 fig.; Moorey in Annual Report of the Visitors of the Ashmolean Museum 1987-1988, 22 pl. i.

801-737-260
Man, probably Late Period, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.10785 (with others).
Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 336.

801-737-300
Man, Dyn. XXV-XXVI, in Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum, 910.17.18.
Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 335.

801-737-320
Man, Late Period or Ptolemaic, at Christie's in 1994.
Christie Sale Cat. July 6, 1994, No. 32 fig. (as Ptolemaic).

801-737-330
Man, most of right arm lost, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1999.
Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt xxvi (July 1999), No. 16 fig.

801-737-350
Statuette of man balancing a tray with cakes on head, bronze, Late Period, at Christie's in 1977 and in Beverly Hills (Calif.), The Summa Galleries Inc. and Superior Gallery, in 1978-9, then in G. Memminger colln. in 1990.
*The Summa Galleries Inc. and Superior Gallery Sale Cat. Dec. 16, 1978 - Jan. 31, 1979, No. 24; Christie Sale Cat. Nov. 17-18, 1977, No. 535 pl. 44; Pamminger, P. Ägyptische Kleinkunst aus der Sammlung Gustav Memminger No. 63 fig. (as 3rd Int. Period).

801-737-380
Man, Late Period, in New York, Parke-Bernet, in 1969.
Parke-Bernet Sale Cat. Jan. 24, 1969, No. 134 fig.

801-737-400
Man, lower legs lost, Late Period, in Hamburg, Galerie Antiker Kunst (dealer) in 1985, then in Resandro colln. in 1992.
Apollo cxxii [284] (Oct. 1985), Advertisements, fig. on 92 [middle upper]; Schoske and Wildung, Gott und Götter im Alten Ägypten 208 [131] fig.

Standing carrying chest or box on head.
Bronze.

801-737-700
Boy carrying box on his head, Late Period, in Aix-en-Provence, Musée Granet, unnumbered.
Barbotin, Ch. in Musée Granet, Aix-en-Provence. Collection égyptienne (1995), 122 [58] fig.

801-737-800
Boy carrying chest on his head, probably Late Period, in Paris, formerly in Musée Guimet, now in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.20570.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 311 [390, a] Abb. 395; Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 337.

Standing carrying vessel(s) on shoulder.
Bronze.

801-739-010
Man carrying tall vessel, probably Late Period, formerly in D. M. Fouquet colln. and in Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, in 1922, now in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.6800.
Collection ... Fouquet. Art égyptien [etc.], 1ère vente, Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, June 12-14, 1922, No. 73 pl. vii (as New Kingdom); Chassinat, Les Antiquités égyptiennes de la Collection Fouquet (1922), 32 pl. xvii [4]; Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 341.

801-739-020
Man carrying a jar on his left shoulder, probably Late Period, in Hildesheim, Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Pelizaeus-Museum 52.
Roeder in Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts 48 (1933), 257 Abb. 24; id. Äg. Bronzewerke 40 [170-1] Taf. 27 [c, d] Abb. 102-3, 103a; Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 317. See Ippel and Roeder, Denkmäler ... Hildesheim 35, 122; Kayser, Äg. Altertümer 115.

801-739-022
Man carrying a sealed jar on his left shoulder, right arm lost, probably Late Period,
in Hildesheim, Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Pelizaeus-Museum 88.
Roeder in Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts 48 (1933), 257 Abb. 25; id. Äg. Bronzewerke 40-1 [170, 172] Taf. 27 [e] Abb. 104; Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 318. See Ippel and Roeder, Denkmäler ... Hildesheim 35, 122; Kayser, Äg. Altertümer 115.

801-739-170
Statuette of man carrying jar on his left shoulder, right and lower left legs lost, bronze, probably Late Period, formerly in Brudy colln. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1998.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 17, 1998, No. 390 fig. (as 3rd Int. Period).

Standing holding libation vessel, censer or a similar item.
Bronze.

801-739-350
Man carrying a small vase and an arm-shaped censer, left foot lost, probably Late Period, formerly in D. M. Fouquet colln. and in Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, in 1922.
Chassinat, Les Antiquités égyptiennes de la Collection Fouquet (1922), 32 pl. xvii [3]. See Collection ... Fouquet. Art égyptien [etc.], 1ère vente, Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, June 12-14, 1922, No. 72 (as New Kingdom).

801-739-360
Man with arm-shaped censer, inscribed, right forearm lost, probably Late Period, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price colln. and at Sotheby's in 1911.
Hilton Price, Cat. i, 376 [3132a] fig.; Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hilton-Price), July 12-21, 1911, No. 339 pl. xii.

801-739-400
Man holding [libation vessel], Late Period, in New York - Beverly Hills, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1989, in New York - Beverly Hills - London, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1992 and in London, Seaby Antiquities, in 1994.
Eisenberg, J. M. Gods and Mortals. Bronzes of the Ancient World from Italy to Iran = Art of the Ancient World v [iii] (Feb. 1989), No. 145 fig. (as late Dyn. XXV to Ptolemaic); id. Art of the Ancient World vii [i] (Jan. 1992), No. 356 fig.; Seaby Antiquities Catalogue (July 1994), No. 46 fig.

Standing - unusual.
Bronze.

801-739-800
Pashedubaste P3-d-b3stt, God's father, with left leg raised, mention of Ptah, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.4692.
Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 348.

Seated.
Stone.

801-741-080
(Pe)deneit(?) (P3-)dj-nt(?), fragment of seat and leg, probably temp. Psammetikhos I, in Cairo Mus. CG 1051.
See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 39 (text).

801-741-150
Man in cloak, probably from pair-statue or group, granite, late Dyn. XXV, in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1953.51.
Woldering in ZÄS 80 (1955), 70-3 Taf. vii [1, 2], viii [1]; id. Ausgewählte Werke (1955), 72-3 pl. 55; (1958), 76 pl. 65 (both as Dyn. XXV-XXVI); id. Meisterwerke 30 Abb. 23; Hentzen, A. Erwerbungen des Kestner-Museums Hannover ... 1952-1955 in Hannoversche Geschichtsblätter N.F. 9 [3] (1955), 5 Abb. 3; Michalowski, Art fig. 590 (as Dyn. XXV-XXVI); H. W. Müller Archive 9 [I/208, 211-14; II/123-6 and two unnumbered] (as Dyn. XXV-XXVI).

801-741-200
Djemin Dd-mnw, skw-priest, pt-wd3t priest, etc., son of Djeinhert(ef)ankh Dd-jnrt-jw(.f )-n and Tadepamennufer T3-dj(t)-p3-(n-)mn-nfr , gilded, with beginning of Chapter 18 of Book of the Dead, probably Late Period, formerly in J. B. De Lescluze colln., now in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. L.X.5.
Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 7 [D.46] pl. xii; Boeser, Beschreibung xii, 6 [27] Taf. vii; Seipel, Ägypten No. 465 fig.; H. W. Müller Archive 11 [II/489-92]. See Catalogue d'une collection d'antiquités égyptiennes, dont la vente se fera à Anvers, le 5 juillet 1826 (De Lescluze), 28 [5]; Leemans, Descr. rais. 53-4 [D.46]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 153-4 [342].

801-741-201
Man, gilded, probably Late Period, formerly in J. B. De Lescluze colln., now in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. L.X.6.
See Catalogue d'une collection d'antiquités égyptiennes, dont la vente se fera à Anvers, le 5 juillet 1826 (De Lescluze), 28 [6]; Leemans, Descr. rais. 58 [D.111]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 154 [343]; id. Beschreibung xii, 6 [28].

801-741-202
Man with crossed arms, gilded, probably Late Period, formerly in J. B. De Lescluze colln., now in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. L.X.7.
Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 760 (as Ptolemaic or later). See Catalogue d'une collection d'antiquités égyptiennes, dont la vente se fera à Anvers, le 5 juillet 1826 (De Lescluze), 28 [7]; Leemans, Descr. rais. 60 [D.133]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 154 [344]; id. Beschreibung xii, 8 [40].

801-741-230
Lower part of statuette of Iuenhor Jw.n-rw, son of Esiardais 3st-jr-dj-s (mother), seated, with text mentioning Osiris lord of Ankhtaui, green jasper, Late Period, in London, Petrie Museum, 14667.
Page, Sculpture No. 171 figs.

801-741-300
Lower part of seated statue of a Regulator of a phyle, Prophet of Isis, etc., son (or grandson) of Siesi S3-3st , with text mentioning altar in the temple of (Osiris-)Khesy, black granite, probably temp. Psammetikhos I, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1993, then in G. D. M. Janes colln. in 1994. (Probably from Tell Balala.)
Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. Dec. 7, 1993, No. 373 fig.

801-741-310
Iufa Jw.f-3, son of Pedewen P3-dj-wn, Prophet of Thoth, etc., and Menkh-harpekhrod Mn-rw-p3-hrd, lower part, probably diorite, Late Period, in H. Kees colln. in 1960.
Kees in ZÄS 85 (1960), 76-7 Abb. 1, 2.

801-741-350
Man, lower part, feet and front of base lost, basalt, possibly early Dyn. XXVI (or earlier), at Sotheby's (New York) in 1988.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 2, 1988, No. 289 fig.

Bronze.

801-741-550
Man (or Imhotep Jj-m-tp), head possibly not belonging, Late Period, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1995.
Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. July 4, 1995, No. 6 fig.

Seated with naos.
Stone.

801-741-800
Man holding naos(?) of Ptah, Late Period, in Cardinal Verospius colln. in 1654.
Kircher, Oedipus Aegyptiacus iii (1654), fig. on 500 [left] (as woman).

Seated on the ground or scribe-statues.
Stone.

801-742-050
Pedepep P3-dj-pp, Greatest of the directors of craftsmen, Prophet of Ptah and Bubastis mistress of Ankhtaui, etc., lower part, granite, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Aberdeen, Anthropological Museum, 1405.
See Reid, R. W. Illustrated Catalogue [etc.] (1912), 181.

801-742-060
Pedeamun P3-dj-jmn, Carrier of myrrh in the Mansions of Neith, etc., son of Udjahor Wd3-rw and Kereserneit r.s-r-nt, headless (at one time with baboon's head), black granite, probably early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in A. Quirini colln. in Villa Alticchiero, Padua, now in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2291.
J. W. C[ountess] d[e] R[osenberg], Alticchiero (1787), 45 pl. xii; Monumens Égyptiens ... avec leur Explications Historiques (1791), ii, pl. 2; Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 23 [32] Taf. ii [b]; Prague, Náprstkovo muzeum. Katalog výstavy Egypt ... 1964 No. 129 fig.; Luft, Drei Jahrtausende Ägyptische Kunst. Ausstellung ... Kunsthalle Rostock [Feb.-May 1971], 8th Abb.; Egiptul antic No. 88 fig. on 58 [upper]; Ericani, G. in Piranesi e la cultura antiquaria [etc.]. Atti del Convegno, 14-17 Novembre 1979 (Rome, 1983), 174 fig. 15 (from Alticchiero); Townley drawings, 2 sketches. Text, Wiedemann in Rec. Trav. viii (1886), 67 [7]. Names and titles, Lieblein, Dict. No. 1262 and Suppl. p. 981. See Brugsch, Uebersichtliche Erklaerung (1850), 34 [upper, 1]; Ausf. Verz. 257-8.

801-742-090
Scribe writing, with Osiris incised on chest, cartouche of Amenardais (I or II) Jmn-jr-dj-s , Divine adoratress (over earlier name), on right shoulder, and remains of text on back pillar, granite, Dyn. XXVI, in Debrecen, Déri Múzeum, E.I.2.
See Vanek in Schoske (ed.), Fourth International Congress of Egyptology, Munich, 1985. Abstracts of Papers 249.

801-742-250
Lower part of statuette of a son of woman Tiat Tj3t , seated on the ground cross-legged, with text mentioning Amun, Osiris and Isis, probably early Dyn. XXVI, in London, Petrie Museum, 14699.
Page, Sculpture No. 104 figs.

801-742-300
Semtu-tefnakht Sm3-t3wj-t3.f-nt, 'prince of princes', 'count of counts', etc., with cartouches of Psammetikhos I on shoulders, calcite, temp. Psammetikhos I, upper part formerly in P. Philip colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1905, complete statue now in Richmond (Va.), Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 51.19.4 and 64.60.
Complete, Bothmer in The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Members' Bulletin 25 [8] (April 1965), figs. on 1st and 2nd pp.; Swan Hall in Apollo lxxxviii (1968), 12 fig. 12; P. L. N[ear] in Arts in Virginia x [1] (Fall 1969), 10 fig. on 11; De Meulenaere in Spiegel Historiael (1972), fig. 4 on 499; Ancient Art in the Virginia Museum (1973), 44 [46] fig. on 45. No. 51.19.4 (upper part), Antiquités Égyptiennes ... P. Philip (Hôtel Drouot, Paris, April 10-12, 1905), No. 53 pl. (as Psammetikhos II); Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 25-6 [22] pl. 20 [47]. No. 64.60 (lower part), see id. ib. 26.

801-742-350
Harwodj rw-wd3, Chamberlain, Greatest of the seers of Heliopolis, etc., son of Harua rw, Greatest of the seers, seated on the ground with right hand palm up on thigh, middle part, quartzite, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 22672.
Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 11-12 [22] Tav. xiii (as calcite and No. 15); Rosati and Buranelli, Les Égyptiens et les Étrusques. Musées du Vatican 25 [24] fig. Text, Marucchi, Museo Egizio 47-8 [23]. Names and titles, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xxx (1908), 19 [A]. See Franke in OMRO 68 (1988), 70-1 [20]; Grenier, Museo Gregoriano Egizio (1993), 47 [V.4] (as from Heliopolis).

801-742-400
Pashe(n)payubek P3-rj-(n-)p3jj.w-b3k , son of Pashenkhons P3-rj-n-nsw and Esi(em)khebi 3st-(m-)3-bjt, grey granite, probably early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in J. W. Maitland colln. and at Sotheby's in 1935.
Names, Gardiner Notebook, 126, p. 11. See Sotheby Sale Cat. April 30, 1935, No. 21; Dec. 20, 1938, No. 96.

801-742-410
Hereferneit r.f-r-nt , Prophet of Apis, etc., son of Pedeamun P3-dj-jmn, lower part of scribe-statue, calcite, probably early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Gubert and J.-F. Mimaut collns.
Text, Maspero in Mélanges d'archéologie égyptienne et assyrienne ii (1875), 220-1 [24, 2nd text]. See Dubois, J.-J. Description des antiquités égyptiennes ... Mimaut (1837), No. 321; Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 26.

801-742-450
Scribe reading, steatite, probably early Dyn. XXVI, in New York - Beverly Hills, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1988.
Eisenberg, J. M. The Age of Cleopatra. The Art of Late Dynastic & Graeco-Roman Egypt = Art of the Ancient World v [ii] (Oct. 1988), No. 8 fig.

801-742-470
Scribe-statue, head and lower part lost, remains of text on lap and back pillar, greywacke, late Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in A. Zorn colln. ZAE 74 in 1992. (Probably from Tell el-Rub.)
I. L[indblad] in Zorn och antiken grekist, romerskt och egyptiskt ur Anders Zorns samlingar. Tillfällig utställning 1 november 1991 - 28 februari 1992 (Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet), 49 fig.

Seated on the ground with knees raised.
Bronze.

801-742-510
Boy, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.6825.
Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 486.

801-742-550
Boy, probably Late Period, formerly in D. M. Fouquet colln.
Chassinat, Les Antiquités égyptiennes de la Collection Fouquet (1922), 32 pl. xvii [2].

Seated on the ground with knees raised, holding naos.
Stone.

801-742-600
Lower part of man holding naos of Osiris, inscribed, grey granite, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in London, Phillips, in 1998.
Phillips. Tribal Art and Antiquities. Sale Cat. June 25, 1998, No. 54 figs. and fig. on inside front cover [lower left]; Nov. 27, 1998, No. 58 fig. and fig. on inside front cover [lower right].

Seated on the ground with one knee raised.
Stone.

801-743-100
Basa Bs, Companion of His Majesty, etc., left forearm lost, with text mentioning Harendotes foremost of Athribis, and Isis in Athribis, and cartouches of Psammetikhos I, temp. Psammetikhos I, formerly in W. MacGregor colln. and at Sotheby's in 1922, now in Lisbon, Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, Inv. 158.
Sotheby Sale Cat. (MacGregor), June 26 - July 6, 1922, No. 1628 pl. xli; Anc. Eg. Sculpture ... Gulbenkian 7-8, 17-19 [10] pls. xiii, xiv; Eg. Sculpture ... Gulbenkian 13, 25-7 [18] fig. on 60; Zadoks-Josephus Jitta, A. N. Het Nabije Oosten. Antike kunst pl. 26; Wolf, Kunst 621 Abb. 644 (from Eg. Sculpture ... Gulbenkian); Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 34-5 [29] pl. 27 [60-1] (suggests from Lower Egypt); Levin, K. in AJA 68 (1964), 16, 19, 25 pl. 6 [6]; Lange and Hirmer, Aegypten. Architektur (1967), 169-70 pl. 261; Museu Calouste Gulbenkian. Roteiro 1 (1969), No. 24 fig.; Aldred in Leclant, L'Égypte du crépuscule 146 fig. 130; García Martínez, M. A. in Revista de arqueología x [100] (1989), fig. on 38; Calouste Gulbenkian Museum. Catalogue (1989), 23 [24] fig. on 169; Assam, M. H. Arte egípcia Cat. 24 figs. on 81-3; Malek, J. Egyptian Art (1999), 365-6 fig. 229. Upper part, Shubert, S. B. in JSSEA xix (1989), 30 pl. x [a]. See Burlington Cat. (1922), 102 [lower]; Zippert, E. in Archiv für Orientforschung xii (1937-9), 84 [10].

801-743-120
Namenkhamun N3-mn-jmn, Count, etc., with text mentioning Meniset (mortuary temple of Amenophis I and Ahmosi Nefertere J -ms Nfrt-jrj) and A[m]enardais J[m]n-jr-dj-s (probably I, Divine adoratress), lower part, probably basalt, Dyn. XXV, formerly in R. de Rustafjaell colln. and at Sotheby's in 1906, now in London, British Museum, EA 908.
Sotheby Sale Cat. (de Rustafjaell), Dec. 19-21, 1906, No. 86 [1st item] pl. ix [a]; Graefe, Untersuchungen zur Verwaltung und Geschichte der Institution der Gottesgemahlin [etc.], i, 217-18 [P 19] Taf. 15 [b], 16 [a], 8*. See Guide (Sculpture), 221 [798].

Wood.

801-743-200
Pefteuemauibaste P3.f-t3w-m-wj-b3stt, Greatest of the directors of craftsmen, Late Period, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 11637.
Aeg. und Vorderasiat. Alterthümer Taf. 49 [back row, 3rd from left]. See Ausf. Verz. 260.

Seated on the ground with head on knees.
Bronze.

801-743-500
Man, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Heidelberg, Ägyptologische Sammlung der Universität, 2823.
Feucht in Studien ... Westendorf ii, 1103-4 Taf. 1; id. Vom Nil zum Neckar Kat. 483 fig.



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