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: Man kneeling to ancestral busts
801-745-050 to 801-761-100 (pages 800-59 of the printed version)
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© Griffith Institute, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford


Kneeling with hands flat on thighs.

Stone.

801-745-050

Harwodj rw-wd3, God's father, Prophet, Director of the Mansions, 'honoured by Hathor mistress of the Southern Sycamore' and 'by Ptah-Sokari', etc., son of Sisobek S3-sbk, Governor of the Town and Vizier, etc., grey schist, early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Cairo Mus. CG 669, now in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.79.

Steindorff, Cat. 51-2 [154] pls. xxiv, cxiii (as black granite and probably from Memphis); Handbook of the Collection (1936), fig. on 19 (as granite); Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 44 [37] pl. 34 [80-1] (as probably from Memphis); id. in Kêmi xx (1970), 46 [xx] pl. xiii [28]. See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 16 (text); Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 34 [74] (as probably from Memphis).

801-745-080

Statue of Bekenrenef B3k-n-rn.f, Vizier, etc. (Saqqâra tb. LS 24), kneeling with hands flat on thighs, bust and lower part, basalt, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.7049 (lower part in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, and at Sotheby's in 1981, then in Brooklyn Museum, 82.23). (Probably from Mît Rahîna.)

Bothmer in Mélanges Gamal Eddin Mokhtar i, 99-103 pls. i-iii; Romano in The Brooklyn Museum Nov. 1984, 4th p. fig. [upper]; Tefnin, Statues 50-1 fig.; De Meulenaere and Limme in Balty, J.-C. et al. The Royal Museums of Art and History Brussels. Antiquity (1988), fig. on 36 [right]; Limme in Bull. Mus. Roy. 59 (1988), 21-2 [3] fig. on 27; id in Museumleven. Jaarboek van de Vlaamse Museumvereniging 16 (1989-90), 108 fig.; Lefebvre, F. and Van Rinsveld, B. L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes 153 fig. 63; H. D[e] M[eulenaere] in Van Nijl tot Schelde Cat. 252 fig. (as from Saqqâra); De Putter, T. and Karlshausen, C. Les Pierres utilisées dans la sculpture et l'architecture de l'Égypte pharaonique 75 pl. 18 (as diorite). Bust, Bothmer in Kêmi xx (1970), 44 [xi] pl. xi [19]. Lower part, Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 14-15, 1981, No. 128 fig. (as granite); Clère in Artibus Aegypti. Studia ... Bothmer 26-33 figs. 1, 3, 4; see *Hôtel Drouot (Nouveau Drouot) Sale Cat. May 13, 1981, No. 69.

801-745-100

...eribdjehuti ...r-jb-dwtj..., son of Ankh-hap n-p and Taset-djadja T3-st-d3d3, lower part, grey granite, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 1173.

See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 89 (text).

801-745-130

Man, with Osiris and Isis in relief on chest, hard green stone, Late Period, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 591.

Schmidt, Choix de monuments égyptiens [etc.] (1906), 58 pl. 201 = Arndt, La Glyptothèque Ny-Carlsberg [etc.] (1912), 58 pl. 201 (as Dyn. XXX and probably from â el-agar); Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1908), 273-4 [E.156] fig. (as basalt and Dyn. XXX); id. Levende og Døde fig. 899; Mogensen, Coll. ég. 21 [A 82] pl. xx (as Dyn. XXVI-XXX); Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 63 [105] pl. 117; id. Ægyptisk Billedhuggerkunst (1951), 25 pl. 34; id. Eg. Sculpture (1951), 30 pl. 40; (1962), 33 pl. 42; Wolf, Die Welt der Ägypter (1955), Taf. 114 [right]. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 225-6 [A.145] (as basalt and Dyn. XXX); Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 34 [75] (as probably Dyn. XXVI).

801-745-250

Man, black granite, early Dyn. XXVI, in Kraków, Archaeological Institute, 10562.

liwa in Études et Travaux i (1966), 34-6 figs.; id. in Meander 28 (1973), 418-21 figs. 1, 2; id. in Bernhard, M. L. (ed.), Zabytki archeologiczne zakladu archeologii srodziemnomorskiej Uniwersytetu Jagiellonskiego (1976), 35-6 [14] fig. 9.

801-745-270

Pedusiri P3-dj-wsjr, son of Penkhebitudja P3-n-3-bjt-wd3 , headless, dedicated by son Psametek Psmtk, Head of gardeners, etc., with text mentioning 'great god in Sais', granite, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, F.1942/11.5.

Van Wijngaarden in OMRO N.R. xxix (1948), 1-2 pl. i; De Meulenaere in ib. xliv (1963), 1-3 pls. ii, iii; H. W. Müller Archive 12 [I/179, 182-3].

801-745-300

Nekht-harhebi Nt-rw-(m-)b Harmenkhib-nakht rw-mn-jb-nt , Director of the Mansions, Master of the secrets of the temple of Neith, etc., with text mentioning Neith 'foremost of wt-bjt (Sais)' and Osiris 'foremost of wt-bjt (Sais)', quartzite, temp. Psammetikhos II, formerly in Baron de Foley colln., now in Brit. Mus. EA 1646.

Gordon, A. Twenty-five Plates of all the Egyptian Mummies [etc.] (1737-9), pl. x; Seltman, C. T. The Cambridge Ancient History. Plates ii (1928), pl. on 119 [b] (as granite and Dyn. XXVIII); James and Davies, Eg. Sculpture 58-9 fig. 66. Upper part, Shubert, S. B. in JSSEA xix (1989), 31 pl. xii [a]. See Guide, Eg. Collns. (1930), 175.

801-745-305

Man, black granite, Dyn. XXVI, in Brit. Mus. EA 37894.

Seltman, C. T. The Cambridge Ancient History. Plates ii (1928), pl. on 119 [c] (as Dyn. XXVIII); Hall, H. R. in Hammerton, J. A. Universal History of the World ii, fig. on 1024 [lower middle]; id. in The Encyclopaedia Britannica (14th ed. 1929), vol. 8, pl. x [6] facing 61; Guide, Eg. Collns. (1930), 175, 391 fig. 99.

801-745-330

Man, dedicated by Nikasobek Nj-k3-sbk Hor rw, Prophet of Bubastis, son of Ubaste(m)hab B3stt-(m-)b, Sistrum-player of Khuit (mother), with text mentioning gods of Athribis, quartzite, Dyn. XXVII, in New Haven (Conn.), Yale University Art Gallery, YAG 1957.7.11.

Scott, Anc. Eg. Art No. 78 figs. Text, Vernus, Athribis 108-9 [120].

801-745-360

Puerem Pwrm(Kapefhamontu K3p.f-3-mntw), son of Pedeamun-nebnesuttaui P3-dj-jmn-nb-nswt-t3wj and Khensardais nsw-jr-dj-s, with modern restoration and papyrus added, diorite, Dyn. XXVI, in Louvre, A 96 [N.97; A.F.797].

De Clarac, Musée de sculpture ii, pl. 248 [402]; iii, pl. 289 [2555]; Texte ii, 829; v, 301 (as basalt and temp. Psammetikhos I); Archives phot. E.472 (3 photographs). See Champollion, Notice descriptive des monumens égyptiens du Musée Charles X. (1827), 64 [G.16] (as black granite); de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 46-7; Leahy, A. in GM 76 (1984), 18-19.

801-745-370

Man, green basalt, early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in G. Posno colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1883, now in Paris, Musée du Petit Palais, 308.

See Antiquités égyptiennes ... Collection de M. Gustave Posno (1874), No. 495; Hôtel Drouot Sale Cat. May 22-6, 1883, No. 495; Lapauze, H. et al. Catalogue sommaire des Collections Dutuit (1925), 88 [297]; Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 20; Russmann in MMJ 8 (1973), 42.

801-745-380

Man kneeling, basalt, late Dyn. XXVI or early Dyn. XXVII, formerly in W. R. Hearst colln. and Bloomfield Hills (Mich.), Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1940.33, at Sotheby's in 1939 and in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, in 1972, now in Pittsburgh (Pa.), The Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 72.18.3.

Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hearst), July 11-12, 1939, No. 53 pl. 8 (as Dyn. XXVI); Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York. The Cranbrook Collections. Sale Cat. May 2-5, 1972, No. 359 fig. (as Dyn. XXVII); Sotheby's. Art at Auction 1971-2 fig. 8 on 228; Owsley, D. T. in Carnegie Magazine xlvii (1973), 230 fig. 5.

801-745-388

Pedehormehen P3-dj-rw-mn, son of Pedeneb(t)imut P3-dj-nb(t)-jmwt and Taher(er)t T3-r(r)t, lower part, with text mentioning Thoth wp-rwj, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Strasbourg, Institut d'Égyptologie, 352.

Text, Zivie, A.-P. Hermopolis et le nome de l'Ibis 118-20 [Doc. 30] (suggests from Tell Baqlîya).

801-745-390

Man, probably Dyn. XXX, in Strasbourg, Institut d'Égyptologie, 1646.

801-745-400

Pashenneit P3-rj-n-nt , Director of the Mansions, etc., son of Padebeh P3-dbw and Takhyt T3-jjt, lower part, dedicated by son Padebeh P3-dbj, Director of the Mansions, etc., with text mentioning Osiris in Sais, diorite, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Stuttgart, Lindenmuseum, now in Tübingen, Ägyptologisches Institut der Universität Tübingen, 1150.

Brunner-Traut and Brunner, Äg. Samml. 41-3 Taf. 120-1.

801-745-530

Esioh Ns-j , jmj-js-priest, sf-priest, son of Pairubaste P3-jr-b3stt, sf-priest, wab-priest in the Sebennyte nome, lower part and base, with text mentioning Onuris-Shu(?), dedicated by Esioh's son Pairubaste P3-jr-b3stt and set up in the temple of Onuris, black granite, Late Period, formerly in A. Eid colln., then in London, Rupert Wace Ancient Art Limited, in 1999.

De Meulenaere in Chron. d'Ég. xl (1965), 252-4 [3] figs. 6-10.

801-745-540

Nekht-harhebi Nt-rw-(m-)b, son of Tesnakht T3.s-nt (mother), basalt, temp. Psammetikhos II, formerly in the Marquess of Landsdowne colln., then at Christie's in 1930 and later in the possession of E. Hindamian (dealer) in Paris and in Baron E. Rothschild colln. (Probably from Sakha.)

Christie Sale Cat. March 5, 1930, No. 68 fig.; Christie's Season 1930, 152 fig. on 153. See Posener in Rev. d'Ég. vi (1951), 235.

801-745-560

Man, with text mentioning Ptah, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Omar Pasha Sultan colln. and in London, Robin Symes (dealer), in 1969.

Collection de feu Omar Pacha Sultan, Le Caire. Catalogue descriptif (1929), i, Art égyptien No. 348 pl. xlix; Apollo lxxxix [86] (April 1969), Advertisements, fig. on cvii (as green schist). See Aubert in Chron. d'Ég. li (1976), 71 [348] (as diorite).

801-745-580

Lower part of statue of Iroy Jrjj, son of Khentekhtaihotep ntj-htj-tp and Debehesnut Db.s-nwt, kneeling with hands flat on thighs, diorite, early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in J. J. Klejman colln., in New York, Parke-Bernet Galleries, in 1969, and in Paris, Uraeus, Galerie d'art et d'archéologie.

Parke-Bernet Sale Cat. Dec. 4, 1969, No. 80A fig. See Vernus, P. Athribis 95-6 [101 bis] (text) (as probably from Tell Atrîb).

801-745-600

Gemefsetkap Gm.f-st-k3p , Great wab-priest of the 1st phyle, lower part, inscribed, Late Period, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1994.

Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 8, 1994, No. 307 fig. (as Dyn. XXVI-XXX).

801-745-650

Lower part of statue of Pedepep P3-dj-pp, Servant (m) of Selkis, of the Gold One the Hand-of-Atum, and of Atum, son of Sheshonk n and Esiemkhebi 3st-m-3-bjt, kneeling with hands flat on thighs, Dyn. XXVI, on the art market in 1973.

See von Känel, Les prêtres-ouâb de Sekhmet [etc.], 220-1 [39].

Bronze.

801-745-795

Man with hands just above his knees, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.45 4/5. (Probably from Tell Basa or Benha.)

Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 34 [93] pl. xii [1st from right] (as Zagazig = Tell Basa and Dyn. XXVI); M. D[epauw] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 129 [142] fig. (as from el-Zaqâzîq = Tell Basa). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 13 [59-67] (one item); *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 15 [45] (one item).

801-745-800

Harkhebi rw-m-3-bjt, Overseer of Buto and Horus in Pe, son of Mest Mst (mother), Dyn. XXVI-XXXI, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 101.

Text, Mallet in Rec. Trav. xviii (1896), 14 [101].

801-745-850

Pasheri P3-rj, Prophet of Atum, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Dijon, Musée des Beaux-Arts, A 192.

Laurent, V. and Desti, M. Antiquités égyptiennes. Inventaire des collections du Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon 46 [35] fig. See Laurent, Des pharaons aux premiers chrétiens No. 42 (as Late Period).

Kneeling with stela.

Stone.

801-747-050

Man, incomplete lower part, remains of text on back pillar, grey granite, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 1149.

See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 82 (text).

801-747-150

Harsiesi rw-s3-3st, Vizier, etc., lower part, end of Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in Philadelphia (Pa.), The University Museum, E 16025. (Acquired at Gîza.)

De Meulenaere in JEA 68 (1982), 139-42 pl. xiv [2].

Kneeling holding cippus.

Stone.

801-747-600

A son of Ptahhotep Pt-tp and Tashenioh T3-rjt-nt-j , with text mentioning Osiris 'foremost of wt-bjt (Sais)', head and shoulders lost, holding large cippus, Late Period or early Ptolemaic, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1990.60.

Annual Report of the Visitors of the Ashmolean Museum 1989-1990, 22 pl. i (as Dyn. XXVI); Whitehouse in The Ashmolean 19 (Christmas 1990 - Spring 1991), 4-6 fig. on 4. Text, Wilbour MSS. 2 C, 6 [right] - 7 [left].

Kneeling holding naos.

Stone.

801-748-050

Ahmosi J -ms (Ahmosi-sineit J -ms-s3-nt), Overseer of the antechamber, son of Weh[eb]re W3-[jb-]r , statue-base, with text mentioning the altar of Osiris 'foremost of wt-bjt (Sais)', basalt, temp. Amasis to Dyn. XXVII, in Alexandria, Graeco-Roman Museum, 402.

Text, Daressy in ASAE v (1904), 119 [xix]. See Botti, Cat. 351 [10].

801-748-052

Gemnefhar[bak] Gm.n.f-rw-b3k, Royal acquaintance in his (= the king's) palace, Anointing priest, headless, holding naos of Osiris, with text mentioning Osiris 'foremost of wt-bjt (Sais)', granite, Dyn. XXVI, in Alexandria, Graeco-Roman Museum, 408.

Text (incomplete), Daressy in ASAE v (1904), 123-4 [xxxiii]. See Botti, Cat. 351 [14].

801-748-055

Man, name and titles not clear, 'honoured by Ptah south of his wall, lord of Ankhtaui', holding naos of Osiris, granite, early Dyn. XXVI, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 5 (922).

Text, Mallet in Rec. Trav. xviii (1896), 9-10 [922].

801-748-060

Harkhebi rw-(m-)3-bjt Psametek-emakhet Psmtk-m-3t , Overseer of scribes of the King's repast, Overseer of the granary, Mayor of Sais, etc., son of Pedeneit P3-dj-nt and Meryptah-iotes Mrj-pt-jt.s , headless, holding naos with Hathor-sistrum emblem, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's in 1974, now in Atlanta (Ga.), Emory University, Michael C. Carlos Museum, 1988.4.1.

Sotheby Sale Cat. April 29, 1974, No. 237 pl. xxxi. Title jmj-r s b r nsw, De Meulenaere in Bulletin du Centenaire, Suppl. to BIFAO 81 (1981), 89.

801-748-070

Man holding naos of Osiris, parts of naos, legs and base lost, with text mentioning Osiris, Min, Horus and Isis of Koptos, black granite, probably mid-Dyn. XXVI, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1828.

Curto, L'Egitto antico 87 [62] Tav. 37 (as Dyn. XXV-XXVI); Pernigotti in Il Carrobbio ii (1976), 312-13 [2] Tav. iii; id. Statuaria 61-3 [26] Tav. xviii [2], lxxxi-lxxxiii; id. La collezione egiziana 99 fig. (as 1st half of Dyn. XXVI and from Qif); P. P[iacentini] in Il senso dell'arte No. 107 fig. (as 1st half of Dyn. XXVI); Petrie Ital. photos. 283-4; H. W. Müller Archive 6 [II/758-60]. See Kminek-Szedlo, Cat. 158 (text).

801-748-080

Ahmosi J -ms (probably Ahmosi-sineit J -ms-s3-nt), Overseer of the antechamber, etc., son of Tapert T3-prt (mother), with name of Amasis on pectoral, holding naos of Osiris, schist, temp. Amasis, head formerly in V. Golenishchev colln. 4170, now in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 5740, and incomplete lower part in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, in 1979, now in Brooklyn Museum, L78.46.2. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

De Meulenaere in MDAIK 47 (1991), 250-2 [3.b] Taf. 30. Moscow I.1.a 5740, Pavlov, Skul'pturni portret 44 and 40th pl. at end (as granite); Hodjache, Antiquités pl. 67 (as Amasis and basalt); see Mal'mberg and Turaev, Opisanie 63 [84] (as granite). Brooklyn L78.46.2, see *Sotheby Parke Bernet (New York) Sale Cat. May 9, 1970, No. 32.

801-748-090

Ia J-3, son of Pedehorpe P3-dj-rw-p, holding naos of Osiris, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari-Osiris lord of Shetyt, grey granite, 1st half of Dyn. XXVI, head in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.4395, lower part in Paris, Musée Rodin, 92. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

De Meulenaere in MDAIK 47 (1991), 243-5 [1] fig. 1 Taf. 27. Text of Brussels, E.4395, Speleers, Rec. inscr. 86 [326]. Paris, Musée Rodin, 92, see Rodin Collectionneur. Musée Rodin, Paris, 1967-1968 No. 29.

801-748-092

Wehebre W3-jb-r, First overseer of stud horses of His Majesty, etc., son of Pedesi P3-dj-3st, lower part, holding naos of Osiris, schist, Dyn. XXVI, in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.8039.

Names and titles, Cheverau, P.-M. Prosopographie des cadres militaires égyptiens de la Basse Époque 126-7 [182]. See Russmann, E. R. in MMJ 8 (1973), 36 n. 9.

801-748-100

Man holding naos of Osiris, face damaged, red sandstone, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 656.

Borchardt, Statuen iii, 2-3 Bl. 121.

801-748-101

Neferebre-nufer Nfr-jb-r -nfrj (i.e. Irahor Jr-3-rw), Overseer of the antechamber, etc. (Saqqâra tb. LS 23), holding naos of Neith with four children of Necho II in relief on sides, lower part, grey granite, temp. Psammetikhos II, in Cairo Mus. CG 658.

El-Sayed in BIFAO 74 (1974), 29-44 pls. vi, vii; id. Documents relatifs à Saïs et ses divinités 93-108 [7] pls. xii, xiii. Text, Daressy in Rec. Trav. xvi (1894), 46-7 [c]; Borchardt, Statuen iii, 5-7 (as schist). See Jansen-Winkeln, K. in MDAIK 52 (1996), 196-7 [3].

801-748-103

Man holding naos of Osiris, hard brown stone, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 663.

Borchardt, Statuen iii, 11-12 Bl. 122.

801-748-104

Pashenre P3-rj-n-r , son of Paraemnet P3-r -m-njwt, holding naos of Ptah, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari-Osiris, grey granite, probably Late Period (or earlier?), in Cairo Mus. CG 664.

See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 12 (text).

801-748-107

Man holding naos of Osiris, black granite, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 668.

See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 15-16.

801-748-109

Pedesi P3-dj-3st, Head of the wig of the divine adoratress, etc., son of Irtharerau Jrt-rw-r.w and Tadehor T3-dj(t)-rw, headless, holding naos of Osiris, green slate, early Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 670.

Borchardt, Statuen iii, 17 Bl. 122.

801-748-115

Hands and knees of man holding naos of Osiris, with text mentioning Ptah and Sekhmet, grey granite, probably Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 729.

See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 63 (text).

801-748-120

Pakhar P3-r, Scribe of the king's ka, son of Pedesi P3-dj-3st and Tasherit T3-rjt , holding naos of Osiris, head lost, sandstone, Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 1276.

See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 140-1 (text).

801-748-121

Psametek-menenresnet Psmtk-mn-(n-)rsnt, Director of the Mansions, etc., son of Pedehorresnet P3-dj-rw-rsnt, Director of the Mansions, etc., and Neitiker(t) Nt-jr(t), holding naos of Osiris, fragment of base with knees and part of naos, grey stone, late Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 1277.

See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 141 (text).

801-748-122

Psametek Psmtk, Director of the Mansions, Prophet of Neith mistress of Sais, etc., son of Merankhet Mr(t)-nt (mother), holding naos of Osiris, lower part, grey slate, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 1278.

See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 142 (text).

801-748-140

Pairkap P3-jr-k3p, Prophet of Amun-Re, Prophet of the dwarf, holding naos of Osiris, lower part with knees and part of naos lost, with text mentioning Osiris 'foremost of wt-bjt (Sais)' and Neith mistress of Sais, basalt, Dyn. XXVI or later, in Cairo Mus. (Probably from â el-agar.)

El-Sayed in BIFAO 76 (1976), 92-100 pls. xv-xvii.

801-748-145

Man holding naos of Osiris, granite, Dyn. XXV-XXVI, in Cincinnati (Ohio), Cincinnati Art Museum, 1947.23.

See Adams, P. R. Sculpture Collection of the Cincinnati Art Museum 20 (as possibly temp. Amenophis III); Cincinnati (Ohio), Cincinnati Art Museum. Late Egyptian Section 2, 3rd item.

801-748-150

Harwodj rw-wd3, Overseer of fields, sntj, wr-b, etc., son of Tesnakht T3.s-nt (mother), holding naos of Ptah south of his wall, schist, probably temp. Darius I, in Cleveland (Ohio), Cleveland Museum of Art, 1920.1978. (Probably from Memphis.)

Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 72-3 [61] pl. 58 [143-5] (as No. 3955.20); Handbook (1966), fig. on 6 [right upper] (as No. 3955.20); (1978), fig. on 16 [right lower]; James, T. G. H. in Turner, E. H. (ed.), Object Lessons. Cleveland Creates an Art Museum (1991), 71-3 fig. on 71; Berman, L. M. Catalogue of Egyptian Art 422-3 [316] figs. (as greywacke). Title sntj, see Yoyotte in Comptes rendus (1989), 87 [A, 2] (as No. 3955-20). Title wr-b, see De Meulenaere in BIFAO lxii (1964), 165 n. 6 (as No. 3955.20).

801-748-160

Pedesi P3-dj-3st, kneeling holding naos, right side of lower part only, Late Period, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 791.

See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 358 [A.432] (as Dyn. XXVI); (1908), 400 [E. 438] (as Dyn. XXVI-XXX); Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 64 [108], 81 (name).

801-748-165

Harmenkhib-nakht rw-mn-jb-nt, Director of the Mansions, Master of the secrets of the temple of Neith, etc. (i.e. Nekht-harhebi Nt-rw-(m-)b), lower part, holding naos of Neith, granite, temp. Psammetikhos II, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 947.

Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 58-9 [97], 83 pl. 105. Text, id. Rec. inscr. 19 [947]. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1908), 279-80 [E.164 bis] (as Dyn. XXX).

801-748-170

Pedepep P3-dj-pp, Royal scribe, etc., son of Penpe P3-n-p, holding naos of Osiris, lower part with text mentioning Ptah, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in Copenhagen, Thorwaldsen Museum, 356. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

Lillesø in SAK 6 (1978), 98-100 Taf. xxx, xxxi. Text, Madsen in Sphinx xiii (1910), 56 [356]. See Müller, L. Thorvaldsens Museum. Tredie afdeling. Oldsager (1847), 33.

801-748-180

Man holding naos, lower part, remains of text, basalt, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Cortona, Museo dell'Accademia Etrusca, 22.

See Schiaparelli in Giornale della Società Asiatica Italiana vii (1893), 327-8; Botti, Le Antichità egiziane raccolte nel Museo dell'Accademia Etrusca di Cortona in Nono Annuario dell'Accademia Etrusca di Cortona N.S. ii (1953), 29; id. Le Antichità egiziane del Museo dell'Accademia di Cortona ordinate e descritte (1955), 64-5 [22].

801-748-190

Man holding naos of Osiris, basalt, Late Period, in Istanbul, Arkeoloji Müzesi, 10369.

Aspropoulos, S. in Minerva 2 [4] (July-Aug. 1991), 16 fig. 4 (as late 5th or early 4th c. BC).

801-748-200

Pefteu(em)auineit P3.f-t3w-(m-)wj-nt, Prophet of Neith, etc., son of Hathoremhet t-rw-m-3t (mother), incomplete lower part, holding naos of Osiris, basalt, Late Period, in Khartoum, Sudan National Museum, 2782.

Vercoutter in Kush iv (1956), 66-7 pl. vii.

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Man holding naos of Osiris, feet and base lost, calcite, Dyn. XXVII, in Leipzig, Ägyptisches Museum, Inv. 1635.

Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 41 [97] Taf. v [e]; Krauspe, R. Statuen und Statuetten 70-1 [122] Taf. 62. See id. Ägyptisches Museum der Karl-Marx-Universität Leipzig (1976), 57 [75/7]; (1987), 55-6 [75/7] (as marble).

801-748-220

Wehebre-emakhet W3-jb-r -m-3t , Overseer of scribes of the King's repast (Gîza tb. LG 83), lower part, holding naos of [Osiris], with text mentioning Ptah 'foremost of Tjenent', green basalt, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, M.13901 (lost in World War II).

See Gatty, C. T. Catalogue of the Mayer Collection i (1879), 53 [315]; De Meulenaere, Le Surnom égyptien à la Basse Époque 10 [27, 3] n. 35.

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Son of Ankhefensekhmet n.f-n-smt, Greatest of the directors of craftsmen, with text mentioning Ptah, Sekhmet and Hathor Nebthotep, black granite, Dyn. XXV, in two parts which may join, head formerly in F. W. Bruce and A. Gallatin collns. and at Sotheby's in 1951, now in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 66.99.64, body in Brit. Mus. EA 25.

Head, Sotheby Sale Cat. Jan. 17-18, 1951, No. 281 pl. iv (as diorite and probably Middle Kingdom); Cooney in JNES xii (1953), 14 [68] pls. xlii-xliv; Fischer in MMA Bull. N.S. xxv [7] (March 1967), 258 frontispiece; Lilyquist in Notable Acquisitions 1965-1975 fig. on 71 [middle]; see The Art Quarterly xxix (1966), 289. Body, Vandier in Rev. d'Ég. 17 (1965), 96-7 [E.LXXI] pl. 5 [B]; see Sharpe, Eg. Antiq. 62-3 (as from Thebes); Guide (Sculpture), 245 [904].

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Psametek-sineit Psmtk-s3-nt, Royal acquaintance, son of [Dje]ptahefankh [Dd-]pt-jw.f-n , fragment, naos of Neith and one hand, Dyn. XXVII, in Brit. Mus. EA 2341.

See Guide, 4th to 6th 133 [117].

801-748-250

Harnebkhaset rw-nb-3st, Prophet of Sekhmet, Prophet of Horus lord of the desert, etc., son of Khnememhet Hnmw-m-3t, Prophet of Horus lord of the desert, etc., and Setjet Stt, holding naos of Osiris, with text mentioning Khnum lord of Smen-hor and Osiris lord of Shenu-ankhu, basalt, probably late Dyn. XXVI, in Brit. Mus. EA 29478.

Hall, H. R. in Hammerton, J. A. Universal History of the World ii, fig. on 1020 [lower left]; von Känel, Les prêtres-ouâb de Sekhmet [etc.], 81-6 [40] pls. xii, xiii; Pinch, Magic in Ancient Egypt 53 fig. 25. See Guide, 4th to 6th 132 [97].

801-748-260

Pedesi P3-dj-3st, holding naos of Osiris, Dyn. XXVI, in Brit. Mus. EA 43043.

See Guide, 4th to 6th 132 [96].

801-748-270

Lower part of statuette of Psametek-sineit Psmtk-s3-nt, son of Wehebre W3-jb-r and Irterau Jrtj-r.w , kneeling with naos of Osiris, schist, Dyn. XXVI, in London, Petrie Museum, 14627.

Page, Sculpture No. 106 figs.

801-748-272

Torso of statue of Tja(nen)hebu T3-(n-n3-)hbw, Treasurer of the King of Lower Egypt, son of Esiardais 3st-jr-dj-s (mother), kneeling with naos of Osiris, with text mentioning Ptah, greywacke, Late Period, in London, Petrie Museum, 14662.

Stewart, Eg. Stelae iii, 38 [144] pl. 46 (as probably Dyn. XXVI and from Memphis).

801-748-280

Man, small, steatite, holding naos of Osiris, end of Dyn. XXVI or early Dyn. XXVII, formerly in G. Acerbi colln., now in Mantua, Galleria e Museo di Palazzo Ducale, Inv. 226.

Donatelli, La raccolta egizia di Giuseppe Acerbi No. 11 fig. See Curto in Atti del convegno di studi su la Lombardia e l'Oriente. Milan June 11-15, 1962 p. 116.

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Menkhib-wehebre Mn-jb-w3-jb-r , lower part, green schist, Dyn. XXVI, in Marseilles, Musée d'Archéologie, 215.

Texts and sketch, Wilbour MSS. iii. D. 25-7. See Maspero, Cat. 12 [15].

801-748-300

Man holding naos, unfinished, green basalt, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in V. Golenishchev colln. 1065, now in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 4995.

See Mal'mberg and Turaev, Opisanie 49 [63].

801-748-310

A son of a Prophet of Neith, of Harsaphes of Heracleopolis Magna, of Sobek of Crocodilopolis (Medînet el-Faiyûm), etc. (name lost or illegible), and Ta-amun T3-jmn, headless, holding naos of Sobek, granite, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Munich, Königliche Glyptothek, Gl. 81 (ÄS 25).

Von Bissing in Münchner Jahrb. (1911), 166-8 [14] Abb. 10 (suggests from Middle Egypt). See Wolters, Illus. Kat. 10 [21, c]; id. Führer 11 [57].

801-748-315

Man holding naos, unfinished, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 4843.

Essen. 5000 Jahre No. 146 Abb.; Äg. Sammlung (1966), Abb. 66 [ÄS 4843]; Müller, Äg. Kunst Abb. 186; Staatl. Sammlung (1972), 110 pl. 66 [lower right]; (1976), 190 fig. [left]; Seipel, Bilder für die Ewigkeit No. 110 fig.; Schmitz, B. Die Steine der Pharaonen Abb. 11 on 25; Pavlov and Khodzhash, Egipetskaya plastika 16, 103 fig. 9; Curto in Il senso dell'arte fig. on 23 [left]. See Zürich. 5000 Jahre 79 [238]; Müller, H. W. in Münchner Jahrb. 3 Ser. xiv (1963), 220-1.

801-748-317

Man holding naos, unfinished, grey granite, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 4856.

Äg. Sammlung (1966), Abb. 66 [ÄS 4856]; Staatl. Sammlung (1972), 110 pl. 66 [lower left]; (1976), 190 fig. [right]. See Müller, H. W. in Münchner Jahrb. 3 Ser xiv (1963), 220-1.

801-748-330

Menkhib-nekau Mn-jb-nk3w, Master of the secrets in the Mansions of Neith, etc., son of Gemnefharbak Gm.n.f-rw-b3k and Sit-hap S3t-p , lower part, holding naos of Neith, basalt, temp. Amasis, formerly in Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, and Louvre, E.13104 [A.F.796], now in Nantes, Musée des Arts Decoratifs et d'Art Populaire, 1255.

El-Sayed, Documents relatifs à Saïs et ses divinités 160-5 [13] pls. xxx, xxxi; Archives phot. E.409. Text, Seyffarth MSS. v.4145 [upper]; Devéria squeezes 6166, ii.158. Names and titles, erný Notebook, 83, p. 32 [right, upper].

801-748-340

Man, holding naos of Ptah, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, 1066.

R. P[irelli] in Cantilena and Rubino, La Collezione egiziana ... Napoli 51-2 [2.12] fig. on 51 [right].

801-748-341

Weebre-merneit W3-jb-r -mr-nt , Director of the Mansions of Neith, Overseer of sealers, etc., son of Takerneit T3-r-nt (mother), kneeling with naos of Osiris, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Rome, Palazzo Farnese, now in Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, 1068.

Kircher, Oedipus Aegyptiacus iii (1654), 495-6 fig.; id. Obelisci Ægyptiaci [etc.] (1666), fig. on 125; Finati, G. in Real Museo Borbonico ii (1825), Tav. xxxvii; Roullet, Eg. ... Monuments ... Rome 113 [194] pl. clvii [221-2] (latter from Kircher); R. P[irelli] in Cantilena and Rubino, La Collezione egiziana ... Napoli 11 [1] fig. 1 Tav. ii, cf. fig. on 10 (from Kircher) (as probably from â el-agar); Barocas in Civiltà dell'Antico Egitto in Campania 21 fig. 3; H. W. Müller Archive 19 [I/227-31; II/802-4]. Text, Piehl, Inscr. hiéro. 1 Sér. xcv [A]; Wiedemann in Rec. Trav. viii (1886), 67 [8]; Gell MSS. ii.10 [left and right upper]; Wilkinson MSS. xxiii. 33 [upper right]. Names and titles, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2332. See Marucchi in Ruesch, A. (ed.), Museo Nazionale di Napoli. Antichità. Guida (1911), 114 [325]; id. Naples National Museum. Excerpt of the Guide [1925], 58 [234]; de Franciscis, A. Guida del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli (1963), 26; Cozzolino, C. and Pirelli, R. in Informatique et Égyptologie 8 (1993), 13.

801-748-350

Ptahardais Pt-jr-dj-s (tomb probably at Gîza, Bibl. iii2.291), son of Wepwautemsaf Wp-w3wt-m-s3.f, lower part, holding naos of Osiris, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in Northampton, Central Museum and Art Gallery, X.736.

Thomas, R. in Northamptonshire History News 63 (1984), 13 figs.; id. in AMES Quarterly. Journal of the Ancient Middle East Society i [9] (1989), 18-19 figs. on 22 [upper].

801-748-360

Man holding unfinished naos, grey granite, Dyn. XXVI, in Louvre, A 86.

De Clarac, Musée de sculpture iii, pl. 289 [2555A]; Texte v, 301. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 42; Boreux, Guide ii, 463.

801-748-361

Esptah Ns-pt, Royal scribe in Sais, etc., son of Mertpe Mrt-p (mother), lower part, holding naos of Osiris with hawk on top, list of festivals of Neith in Sais on base, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in Louvre, A 87.

Text, Devéria squeezes, Gal. Nat. Londres, 19. Names and titles, El-Sayed, Documents relatifs à Saïs et ses divinités 280 [94]. Name of mother, Ranke, Die ägyptischen Personennamen i, 158 [21]. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 42; Boreux, Guide ii, 464.

801-748-365

A Master of the secrets of the king in all his places, Prophet of Seshet, 'honoured by Neith', etc., holding naos of Osiris, diorite, Dyn. XXVI, in Louvre, A 97.

Archives phot. E.889 (2 photographs). Text, Pierret, Rec. inscr. i, 30-1. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 47; Boreux, Guide ii, 462.

801-748-370

Man holding naos, basalt, Dyn. XXVII, in Louvre, N.864.

See Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 74, 75.

801-748-375

Nekht-khons Nt-nsw, son of Harwodj rw-wd3 and Hetepubaste tp-b3stt, headless, holding naos of Osiris, Dyn. XXVI, in Louvre, N.5406.

Archives phot. E.902. Names, Pierret, Rec. inscr. ii, 13. See Boreux, Guide ii, 453.

801-748-380

Harkhebi rw-(m-)3-bjt, Director of the Mansions, etc., son of Udjahorresnet Wd3-rw-rsnt, Director of the Mansions, etc., and Irterau Jrt-r.w, headless, holding naos with standard of the Saite nome, grey granite, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, 34, now in Louvre, E.13103.

Representation of shrine of Neith, Jéquier in BIFAO vi (1908), 29 fig. 9. Two columns of text on back pillar, Seyffarth MSS. vi.4321-3 [left]. Names and titles, El-Sayed, Documents relatifs à Saïs et ses divinités 237 [17]; some, Jelínková in ASAE lv (1958), 120 [65-6]; erný Notebook, 82, p. 25 [lower] (from Seyffarth MSS).

801-748-390

Ahmosi-sineit J -ms-s3-nt , Overseer of the antechamber, etc., son of Tapert T3-prt (mother), holding [naos of Osiris], greywacke, temp. Amasis to early Dyn. XXVII, in Louvre, E.25390 (upper part) and E.25475 (lower part, formerly in Brooklyn Museum 59.77). (Probably from Memphis.)

Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 67-8 [57] pls. 54-5 [132-4] (as early Dyn. XXVII); Vandier in La Revue du Louvre xvii (1967), 309 fig. 12; Barbotin and Perdu in Archéologia 313 (June 1995), 24 fig. [left]; Josephson, J. A. in JARCE xxxiv (1997), 11-12 fig. 11 (as temp. Amasis). Upper part, Romant, B. Life in Egypt in Ancient Times fig. on 122 [lower]; Shubert, S. B. in JSSEA xix (1989), 34 pl. xvi [b] (as temp. Amasis). See Vandier in La Revue du Louvre xii (1962), 293-4; id. Guide (1973), 138-9; Vingt ans 24 [117].

801-748-395

Hekatefnakht k3-t3.f-nt, Chief steward, Director of the Mansions of Neith, Prophet of the temple of Bubastis, etc., headless (formerly with wrongly attached head of a goddess, Louvre, E.25500), holding naos of Osiris, basalt, late Dyn. XXVI or early Dyn. XXVII, formerly in Cardinal Mazarin (probably) and the Earl of Pembroke collns. and at Christie's in 1961, now in Louvre, E.25499. (Probably from â el-agar.)

*Creed, C. The Marble Antiquities, the Rt. Hon. The Earl of Pembroke's at Wilton [etc.] (1731), pl. 19 (as Isis); Gordon, A. Twenty-five Plates of all the Egyptian Mummies [etc.] (1737-9), pl. ix (as Isis); Christie Sale Cat. July 3, 1961, No. 101 fig.; Vandier in La Revue du Louvre xiv (1964), 57-66 figs. 1-3, 8-12, 13 (last from Gordon); Vingt ans 21 [82] pl.; Roullet, Eg. ... Monuments ... Rome 113-14 [195] pls. clviii [223], clix [224] (latter from Gordon); de Ricci MSS. D.61, 52. See Kennedy, J. A Description of the Antiquities ... in Wilton-House (1769), 37 (as Isis); Michaelis, A. Ancient Marbles in Great Britain (1882), 687-8 [74]; Vandier, Guide (1973), 43-4.

801-748-410

Djedjehutefankh Dd-dwtj-jw.f-n , Director of the Mansions of Neith etc., son of Psametek-menerneheh Psmtk-mn-r-n and Tjesneitpert Ts-nt-prt , headless, holding naos of Osiris, dedicated by son Ahmosi J -ms , Director of the Mansions of Neith, with text mentioning Neith mistress of Sais, schist, late Dyn. XXVI, in Paris, Musée Rodin, 289.

Rodin Collectionneur. Musée Rodin, Paris, 1967-1968 No. 71 pl. 23; El-Sayed, Documents relatifs à Saïs et ses divinités 153-60 [12] pls. xxvii-xxix.

801-748-420

Fragment of statue of a Director of the Mansions, Prophet of Horus great of the crowns, son of Pemu P3-mjw, holding naos of Osiris, with text mentioning Osiris 'foremost of wt-bjt (Sais)', granite, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, NME 84, now in Uppsala, Victoriamuseet för Egyptiska Fornsaker.

Text, Piehl in Actes du 8e Congrès International des Orientalistes, tenu en 1889 à Stockholm et à Christiania iv, 48-9 [3]. See Lieblein, Katalog öfver egyptiska fornlemningar i National-museum (1868), 33.

801-748-422

Hory rwjj, Overseer of the antechamber, Director of [all] works [of the King], etc., fragment, holding naos of Osiris, green basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, NME 86.

Text, Piehl in Actes du 8e Congrès International des Orientalistes, tenu en 1889 à Stockholm et à Christiana iv, 49-50 [4]; Gardiner MSS. 29.1.2. See Lieblein, Katalog öfver egyptiska fornlemningar i National-musuem (1868), 33.

801-748-423

Man holding naos of Osiris, lower part, granite, late Dyn. XXVI, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, NME 87.

See Lieblein, Katalog öfver egyptiska fornlemningar i National-museum (1868), 33.

801-748-424

Statue of Nekht-harhebi Nt-rw-(m-)b Harmenkhib-nakht rw-mn-jb-nt , Director of the Mansions, 'one honoured by the lord of Sais', 'one praised by the King of Upper and Lower Egypt, Neferebr (Psammetikhos II)', etc., kneeling with naos of Osiris, black granite, temp. Psammetikhos II. Upper part, forearms lost, formerly in J. W. Maitland and E. Brummer collns., at Sotheby's in 1935 and in Zurich, Arete, Galerie für antike Kunst, in 1983, now in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, MME 1986:1; lower part with naos, probably from Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli, in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 22686.

De Meulenaere, H. in Medelhavsmuseet Bull. 31 (1998), 13-21 figs. 1-4. Upper part, Sotheby Sale Cat. April 30, 1935, No. 24 pl. iii (as black granite); Ernest Brummer Colln. ii, No. 519 fig. (as probably from the Delta); The Connoisseur 202 [812] (Oct. 1979), fig. on 80 [upper middle]; Apollo cxvii [253] (March 1983), Advertisements, fig. on 59 [upper]; Schlögl in Vom Euphrat zum Nil No. 19 fig. (as gabbro); Peterson in Unge, S. and Styrenius, C.-G. Medelhavsmuseet. Föreningen Medelhavsmuseets vänner 1982-1989, 38-9 fig.; text, Gardiner Notebook, 126, p. 14. Lower part with naos, Von Bissing, Denkmäler Taf. 65-6 (as basalt); Ranke, The Art of Ancient Egypt and Breasted, Geschichte Aegyptens (1936), 172; Tulli, A. in Miscellanea Gregoriana 223 fig. 12 (as basalt); De Keyser, J. Beschavings Geschiedenis van het Oude Oosten (1943), pl. xi facing 64 (as diorite); de Montgon, A. L'Égypte fig. on 12; Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 27-8 [36] Tav. xxv (as No. 140); Roullet, Eg. ... Monuments ... Rome 114 [196] pl. clx [225]; Alinari photo. 27028; text, Wiedemann in Rec. Trav. vi (1885), 124 [7]; Piehl, Inscr. hiéro. 1 Sér. xxviii-xxix [H]; Marucchi, Museo Egizio 76-9 [112] (as basalt); see id. Guide du Musée Égyptien du Vatican (1927), 28 [157]; Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 46 [114].

801-748-426

Probably Pefteu(em)a(ui)neit P3.f-t3w-(m-)(wj)-nt, son of Harhotep rw-tp, holding naos of Osiris, basalt, Late Period, in Sydney, The Nicholson Museum, R.1139.

See Reeve, E. Catalogue of the Museum of Antiquities of the Sydney University (1870), No. 1139 (as seated); Cambitoglou, A. Egyptian Collection. Nicholson Museum 28th p. (as seated and possibly not ancient).

801-748-430

Ir(t)harudjaennefu Jr(t)-rw-wd3-(n-)nfw, Director of the Mansions, etc., dedicated by son Udjahorresnet Wd3-rw-rsnt, Director of the Mansions, etc., holding naos of Osiris, granite, late Dyn. XXVI, in Truro, The Royal Cornwall Museum.

Edwards in Osing, J. and Nielsen, E. K. (eds.), The Heritage of Ancient Egypt. Studies in Honour of Erik Iversen 43-8 fig. 1. See Nail, N. H. A Short Descriptive Guide to the Ancient Egyptian Objects on Display at The Royal Cornwall Museum (July 1991), 8th p. [8, 1st item].

801-748-438

Man, headless, holding naos of Osiris, green basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3023.

See Orcurti, Cat. i, 69 [8]; Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 410.

801-748-442

Pedeharpekhrod P3-dj-rw-p3-hrd, son of Pedusiri P3-dj-wsjr, holding naos of Osiris, with demotic text on front, early Dyn. XXVI, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3037.

Botti in Aegyptus xxxv (1955), 39-40 [1] Tav. i, ii = Omaggio a Giuseppe Botti 57-8 [1] Tav. i, ii; Alinari photo. 31426 [lower right]; Petrie Ital. photo. 405 [right]; H. W. Müller Archive 28 [II/1074-7]. See Orcurti, Cat. ii, 192 [36]; Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 413.

801-748-450

Lower part of statue of man kneeling with naos, with remains of the 'Saite formula' on back pillar, green basalt, Late Period, in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 22675.

Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 14 [25] Tav. xv [25] (as No. 19). Text, Wiedemann in Rec. Trav. vi (1885), 121 [3]; Marucchi, Museo Egizio 44 [19].

801-748-455 (now part of 801-748-424)

801-748-460

Lower part of man holding naos (upper part restored), black granite, probably Late Period, in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 22820. (Possibly from Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli.)

Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 110 [168] Tav. lxxv [168] (as No. 111); Roullet, Eg. ... Monuments ... Rome 114-15 [199] pl. clxii [229]; Alinari photo. 35708. See Marucchi, Museo Egizio 305 [30].

801-748-470

Neferebre Nfr-jb-r , God's father of the lord of strength (= Ptah), son of Ankh-khons n-nsw and Nefernub Nfr-nbw, holding naos containing djed-pillar, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari-Osiris, Dyn. XXVII or later, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 28.

Rogge, Statuen Sp. 92-6 figs. Text, Brugsch, Thes. 947 [top]; von Bergmann in Rec. Trav. ix (1887), 52-3 [30]. Names and titles, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2335.

801-748-475

Man kneeling with naos, unfinished, sandstone, probably Dyn. XXVI-XXVII, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 58.

Rogge, Statuen Sp. 85-7 figs.; Satzinger, H. in Jahrb. Wien 87, N.F. li (1991), 24 [108] Abb. 22; E. H[aslauer] in Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 189 figs. (as greywacke).

801-748-477

Gemnefharbak Gm.n.f-rw-b3k, Director of the Mansions, son of Pedesi P3-dj-3st, Director of the Mansions, etc., and Merneitiotes Mr-nt-jt.s , holding naos of Neith, dedicated by brother Nekht-sopdu Nt-spdt, Director of the Mansions, etc., granodiorite, Dyn. XXX, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 62. (Bought in Istanbul in 1560, probably from â el-agar.)

Komorzynski, Altägypten 84-5 Abb. 46; id. Das Neue Reich und die Spätzeit in Österreich in Wort und Bild 44-6 (1952), 114-15, 138 Abb. 15 (both as granite and Dyn. XXVI); id. Erbe 162, 204-5 Abb. 62 (as granite); Vienna. 5000 Jahre No. 191 Abb. (as granite and Dyn. XXVI); Satzinger, Äg. Kunst 61-4 Abb. 28 (as granite); id. Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien (1987), 11-13 fig. on 10; id. in Haja, M. (ed.), Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna. Guide to the Collections (1989), 37 fig. [right] (as Dyn. XXVI); id. Das Kunsthistorische Museum in Wien. Die Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung (1994), 7-9 Abb. 2; Seipel, Bilder für die Ewigkeit No. 102 figs. (as granite); id. Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 158 figs.; id. Götter, Menschen, Pharaonen Kat. 150 fig.; Brunner-Traut et al. Osiris, Kreuz und Halbmond No. 51 fig.; D. W[ildung] in Sievernich, G. and Budde, H. (eds.), Europa und der Orient 800-1900, 386 [Kat. 1/3] Abb. 460; Rogge, Statuen Sp. 105-16 figs. Naos, Bresciani in Oriens Antiquus ix (1970), 212 Tav. xxi. Text, von Bergmann in ZÄS xx (1882), 37-41 [3] (as granite); Wreszinski, Aegyptische Inschriften aus dem K. K. Hofmuseum in Wien 140-4 [ii.4]. See Uebersicht (1895), 51 [x]; (1923), 24 [x] (both as granite and Dyn. XXVI).

801-748-490

Man, head and forearms lost, holding naos of Osiris, unfinished, sandstone ('green schist'), end of Dyn. XXVI or beginning of Dyn. XXVII, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5772.

Rogge, Statuen Sp. 88-91 figs.; E. H[aslauer] in Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 191 fig. See Reinisch, Miramar 241 [27] (apparently this statue).

801-748-493

Man holding naos of a mummiform deity (unfinished), granodiorite, Dyn. XXVII or later, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 8470.

Rogge, Statuen 30. Dyn. 162-5 figs.

801-748-495

Shesmunakht smw-nt, God's sealer, jmj-js-priest, etc., holding naos of Osiris, probably granite, end of Dyn. XXV or beginning of Dyn. XXVI, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 8507.

Rogge, Statuen Sp. 30-5 figs. (as probably from Bahbît el-igâra). See Reinisch, Miramar 242 [32] (as sandstone).

801-748-520

Man holding naos of Osiris, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in J. J. Acworth colln., in New York - La Jolla, Royal-Athena Galleries and The Galleries at La Jolla, in 1983 and in New York - Beverly Hills, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1985, and in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1995 and 1997.

Eisenberg, J. M. Art of the Ancient World. A Guide for the Collector and Investor iii (June 1983), No. 41 fig.; iv (1985), No. 417 fig. (as 'Uahprahet'); Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. July 4, 1995, No. 46 fig. (as 'Uahprahet'); June 10, 1997, No. 180 fig. (as 'Uahprahet').

801-748-530

Man, lower part with part of naos with a deity, remains of text, grey granite, Dyn. XXVI, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1994.

Bonhams, Knightsbridge [London]. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. July 5, 1994, No. 412 fig.; Dec. 6, 1994, No. 290 fig.

801-748-540

Man kneeling with naos, sandstone, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in J. Hirsch colln., in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1921 and at Christie's (New York) in 1997.

Collection Hirsch (Première Vente). Antiquités Égyptiennes, Greques et Romaines (Hôtel Drouot, 30 Juin - 2 Juillet 1921), No. 77 pl. ii; Christie (New York) Sale Cat. May 30, 1997, No. 48 fig. (as brown quartzite and Dyn. XXVI-XXX).

801-748-550

Tefnakht T3.f-nt, Director of the Mansions(?), wab-priest of Weebre(?), Prophet of Heka, lower part, black granite, probably temp. Psammetikhos I or Necho II, formerly in Lord Amherst and P. A. W. Howe collns. and at Sotheby's in 1921 and 1958.

See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Amherst), June 13-17, 1921, No. 260 [1st item]; Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 1, 1958, No. 51 [1st item].

801-748-560

Psametek-meryptah Psmtk-mrj-pt, Overseer of royal freight boats, etc., son of Harkhons rw-nsw and Pepy-meriotes Ppjj-mrj-jt.s, lower part, holding naos of Ptah, basalt, probably temp. Amasis, formerly in E. and M. Kofler-Truniger colln., in private possession in Belgium and at Sotheby's in 1989.

Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 11, 1989, No. 57 fig.

801-748-570

Pedusiri P3-dj-wsjr, lower part, holding naos of Osiris, basalt, Late Period, formerly in Sir Sidney Nolan colln. and at Christie's in 1992-3.

Christie Sale Cat. Dec. 9, 1992, No. 153 fig. See ib. July 7, 1993, No. 128.

801-748-580

Man, inscribed, holding naos of Osiris, granite, late Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's in 1989.

Sotheby Sale Cat. July 10-11, 1989, No. 113 fig. (as Iufa, son of Pefteuemauineit).

801-748-585 (equals 801-796-800)

801-748-586

Man, head lost, inscribed, holding naos of Osiris, brown schist, Dyn. XXVI-XXVII, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1999.

Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 5, 1999, No. 321 fig. (as 'Pkharu, son of Pediese and Ta-sheri-bes').

801-748-590

Man, headless, inscribed, holding naos of Osiris, granite, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in J. Steyn and S. Cooke colln. and at Christie's (New York) in 1995-6.

Christie (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 7, 1995, No. 182 fig.; June 14, 1996, No. 24 fig. (both as Psametek-di-khepesh and mention of Ptah-Sokari).

801-748-595

Lower part of man holding naos of Osiris, black basalt, Late Period, formerly in A. Stöcker colln. and in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1998-9.

Bonhams. Antiquities. Sale Cat. Sept. 22, 1998, No. 23 fig.; April 22, 1999, No. 754 fig.

801-748-600

Part of statuette of man kneeling holding naos of Ptah, text mentioning Necho II, black basalt, temp. Necho II, formerly in private possession in Belgium and at Sotheby's in 1993. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

H. D. M[eulenaere] in Van Nijl tot Schelde Cat. 259 fig.; Sotheby Sale Cat. July 8, 1993, No. 153 pl. xii.

801-748-610

Harwodji rw-wd3j Wehebre-sineit W3-jb-r -s3-nt , Scribe of the royal documents in the presence, One who protects papyrus, son(?) of Khenstefnakht nsw-t3.f-nt, lower part, Late Period, seen with a dealer in Cairo in 1971. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

Names and titles, De Meulenaere in Orientalia Lovaniensia Periodica 12 (1981), 131 [88].

801-748-650

Man, lower part, holding naos of Osiris, basalt, Late Period, formerly in private possession in New York and at Christie's (New York) in 1997.

Christie (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 18, 1997, No. 78 fig. (as 'Hor-ta-ef-bit, son of Shed...nefertum', and text mentioning Ptah).

Bronze.

801-748-800

Khamkhons 3m-nsw(?), holding naos of Neith, Late Period, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AB.34.

Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 3-4 [D.24] pl. iv; Boeser, Beschreibung xii, 2 [13] pl. iii; Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 608. See Leemans, Descr. rais. 50 [D.24]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 153 [330].

Kneeling with Hathor-sistrum emblem.

Stone.

801-749-300

Harpe(n)amun rw-p3-(n-)jmn, Prophet of Sopt, etc., knee and hand holding Hathor-head, diorite, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Grenoble, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Inv. 1941.

Kuény, G. L'Égypte ancienne au Musée de Grenoble 13th p. [102] fig.; id. and Yoyotte, Grenoble, musée des Beaux-Arts. Collection égyptienne (1979), No. 30 figs. See Tresson, Cat. descriptif 90-1 [102]; id. in BIFAO xxxii (1932), 178 [7], 180-1 [7] (by Champollion).

801-749-350

Userhap Wsr-p, Door-opener of the temple of Ptah, son of Imhotep Jj-m-tp (retrograde), Door-opener of the temple of Ptah, headless, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari-Osiris, granite, Late Period, in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 22751.

Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 58-9 [99] Tav. xli [99] (as No. 205 and Dyn. XXVI). Text, Marucchi, Museo Egizio 229 [lower, 4], 230 [7].

Kneeling with figure(s) of deity/deities.

Stone.

801-750-020

Man holding seated Osiris, lower part (now even more damaged), grey granite, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 9057.

Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 45 [110] Taf. vi [e]. See Ausf. Verz. 259.

801-750-030

Man holding Osiris, greywacke, Dyn. XXVI-XXVII, in Boulogne-sur-Mer, Musée des Beaux-Arts et d'Archéologie, 433/2.

See Seillier, C. and Yoyotte, Société et croyances au temps des Pharaons (Musée des Beaux-Arts et d'Archéologie de Boulogne-sur-Mer, 28 juin - 25 octobre 1981), No. 111.

801-750-040

Man holding seated Osiris, steatite, early Dyn. XXVI, in Brooklyn Museum, 70.88.

See Brooklyn Mus. Ann. xii (1970-1), 19.

801-750-050

Psametek-menenresnet Psmtk-mn-n-rsnt, Director of the Mansions, etc., son of Pedehorresnet P3-dj-rw-rsnt, Director of the Mansions, etc., holding Osiris, lower part, with text mentioning Osiris 'foremost of wt-bjt (Sais)', grey stone, late Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 1275.

See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 139-40 (text).

801-750-070

Man holding seated ram-headed god, red granite, Late Period, in Cambridge (Mass.), Arthur M. Sackler Museum, 2318. (Said to come from Manûra.)

Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 567 (as unfinished).

801-750-080

Man holding Osiris, early Dyn. XXVI, in Frankfurt am Main, Liebieghaus, Museum alter Plastik, 273.

V. v[on] D[roste] z[u] H[ülshoff] in Skulptur, Malerei, Papyri und Särge (Liebieghaus - Museum alter Plastik. Ägyptische Bildwerke iii), 209-12 [46] figs. See Kurzes Verzeichnis (1930), 43 [273].

801-750-090

Man holding Osiris, upper part and base lost, granodiorite, Dyn. XXVI, in Gotha, Schlossmuseum, Ae 6.

Wallenstein, U. Ägyptische Sammlung 50-1 [12] figs. and pl. on 61. See *Bube, A. Das Herzogliche Kunstkabinet zu Gotha (1869), vi, 2 [20].

801-750-100

Statue of Esnebneteru Ns-nb-ntrw, Chamberlain of the god's wife, Messenger of the divine adoratress to Nubia (T3-stj), etc., kneeling holding figure of Osiris, with cartouches of Amenardais (probably I) Jmn-jr-dj-s , God's wife, on arms, black granite, Dyn. XXV, in Kiev, Kievskii gosudarstvenni muzei zapadnogo i vostochnogo iskusstva, SK-128.

Moss in Kush viii (1960), 269-71 pl. xxxix fig. 1; Berlev, O. and Hodjash, S. Catalogue of the Monuments of Ancient Egypt [etc.], 60-1 [v. 26] pl. 87 (as temp. Taharqa, greywacke and from Thebes), with further bibliography. See Khodzhash, S. I. and Etingof, O. E. (eds.), Drevneegipetskie pamyatniki iz muzeev SSSR. Katalog vstavki (Moscow, 1991), 53 [106].

801-750-150

Lower part of statuette of man holding figure of Osiris, unfinished, schist, probably Late Period, in London, Petrie Museum, 16332.

Petrie, Tools and Weapons 46 pl. liii [89] (as durite).

801-750-160

Pefiy P3.f-jj, First prophet of Amun-Re, son of Harnakht rw-nt, First prophet of Amun-Re, holding seated Osiris, with text mentioning temple of Amun-Re, green basalt, early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in V. Golenishchev colln. 3860, now in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 4997.

Pavlov, Egipetskaya skul'ptura 76 pl. 47; id. and Khodzhash, Egipetskaya plastika 47, 105 fig. 94. See Mal'mberg and Turaev, Opisanie 63-4 [85] (text); Russmann in MMJ 8 (1973), 42 n. 53.

801-750-170

Pashenmut P3-rj-n-mwt, son of Pedeshahdedet P3-dj-hddt , holding scarab-beetle, green schist, Late Period, in Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, 985.

R. P[irelli] in Cantilena and Rubino, La Collezione egiziana ... Napoli 52-3 [2.14] fig. 3.4 Tav. iii. Names, Legrain in ASAE xv (1915), 285 [2]. See Marucchi in Ruesch, A. (ed.), Museo Nazionale di Napoli. Antichità. Guida (1911), 126 [354] (as basalt); id. Naples National Museum. Excerpt of the Guide [1925], 61 [255].

801-750-180

Duatneter(em)auikhons Dw3t-ntr-(m-) wj-nsw, Monthly priest of Amun, son of Sa-duatneter S3-dw3t-ntr, Monthly priest of Amun, head restored, holding Osiris, Dyn. XXVI, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1891.34.

801-750-182

A Director of singers of the temple of Neith, lower part, holding Osiris, with text with cartouches of Apries and Amasis, granite, temp. Amasis, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1976.49.

Bourriau in JEA 64 (1978), 126 [83] pl. xxii [3].

801-750-190

Gemnefharbak Gm.n.f-rw-b3k, Prophet, son of Udjahormeent Wd3-rw-mnt and Esiemkhebi 3st-m-3-bjt, Sistrum-player of Neith mistress of Sais, lower part, holding Osiris, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in Louvre, A 95 [N.96; A.F.455].

Names and titles, El-Sayed, Documents relatifs à Saïs et ses divinités 279-80 [93]. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 46; Boreux, Guide ii, 492.

801-750-210

Tefnakht T3.f-nt, son of Pedehorresnet P3-dj-rw-rsnt, Director of the Mansions, etc., lower part, holding seated Neith flanked by Horus lord of Resnet and Horus lord of Mehent as [hawks], basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 742.

Lapis and Mat'e, Drevneegipetskaya skul'ptura 110-11 [118] fig. 74 pl. iii (text). Names, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2550. See Lieblein, Die aegyptischen Denkmäler 11 [7]; Golénischeff, Inventaire 89.

801-750-330

Man holding ram's forequarters, inscribed, 'marble', Late Period, formerly in W. MacGregor and R. Bethell collns., at Sotheby's in 1922 and 1924 and in London, Spink & Son Ltd., in 1926.

The Antiquarian Quarterly 5 (March 1926), Supplement 5 [639] fig. See Sotheby Sale Cat. (MacGregor), June 26 - July 6, 1922, No. 1615; ib. (Bethell), Dec. 15-17, 1924, No. 387.

801-750-350

Harsiesi rw-s3-3st, son of Nekau Nk3w, holding Osiris, Dyn. XXVI, at Christie's (New York) in 1994.

Christie (New York) Sale Cat. June 10, 1994, No. 44 fig.

801-750-370

Unnufer Wnn-nfr, pt-wd3t priest, rnp-priest, son of Ankh-hor n-rw, rnp-priest, pt-wd3t priest, lower part, holding a goddess, black granite, early Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's in 1990 and in Paris, Cybèle. Galerie - Librairie - Archéologie, in 1991. (Probably from Kôm Firîn.)

Sotheby Sale Cat. July 10, 1990, No. 412 fig.; Perdu in Rev. d'Ég. 42 (1991), 183-7 pl. 11 and fig.

801-750-380

Eshor Ns-rw Psametek-menkhib Psmtk-mn-jb , Overseer of the gate of the southern lands, etc., middle part only, holding seated triad of probably Osiris, Isis and Horus, with text mentioning Osiris Khentimentiu and Apries, basalt, temp. Apries, in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1989. (Probably from Abydos.)

Vernus in Rev. d'Ég. 42 (1991), 241-9 pls. 12, 13. See *Hôtel Drouot Sale Cat. Nov. 6, 1989, No. 261; Perdu in BSFÉ 118 (1990), 39 [d].

801-750-390

Pabasa P3-bs , Prophet of Amun of ..., son of Khasuenmin 3 -s(w)-n-mnw , Sistrum-player of Khuit, One who clothes the god (mother), Late Period, formerly in A. Eid colln.

Text, Vernus, Athribis 108 [119].

801-750-400

Kert Krt Neferebre-emakhet Nfr-jb-r -m-3t , lower part, holding probably seated Osiris, slate, temp. Psammetikhos II, in Kivijärvi colln. in 1994.

Muinainen Egypti. Taide ja kulttuuri [etc.] (Taidemuseo Amos Anderson Konstmuseum, 1970), fig. on 23 [left]; Holthoer in Muinainen Egypti - hetki ikuisuudesta (Tampere, Tampere Art Museum, 30.8.1993 - 2.1.1994), Cat. 128 fig.

801-750-410

Man holding seated Osiris, inscribed, dark green stone, Late Period, at Sotheby's in 1981.

Sotheby Sale Cat. May 18, 1981, No. 247 fig. (name as Weebreor Weebre...).

801-750-450

Man holding seated ram-headed god, texts erased, greywacke, Dyn. XXX, formerly in H. Salt and the Earl of Warwick collns. and at Sotheby's in 1997.

Sotheby Sale Cat. (Salt), June 29 - July 9, 1835, No. 838 pl. ix (said to have come from Tell Basa.) ; June 12, 1997, No. 341 figs.; Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. May 31, 1997, advertisement at end; Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 8 [5] (Sept.-Oct. 1997), 45 fig. 16.

Bronze.

801-750-720

Ankh-khons n-nsw, son of Eskhons Ns-nsw, holding Maet, with text mentioning Thoth lord of Hermopolis, Dyn. XXV-XXXI, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 95.

Text, Mallet in Rec. Trav. xviii (1896), 14 [95].

801-750-730

Pedehor P3-dj-rw, son of Dinefubaste Dj-n.f-b3stt, holding Neith, Dyn. XXV-XXXI, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 54.544.

Steindorff, Cat. 68 [217] pls. xxxvi, cxviii.

801-750-735

Man holding Osiris, text illegible, Dyn. XXVI-XXXI, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 54.2095.

Steindorff, Cat. 69 [219] pl. xxxvi.

801-750-770

Man with probably Maet, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in H. Hoffmann colln., now in Paris, Musée du Petit Palais.

Legrain, Collection H. Hoffmann. Cat. des antiquités égyptiennes No. 436 fig. See Lapauze, H. et al. Catalogue sommaire des Collections Dutuit (1925), 74 [163].

801-750-780

Harenpe rw-n-p, son of Paiyneferiy P3-jj-nfr-jj and Tade T3-djt , holding Osiris, with a goddess (probably Isis) incised on back pillar, Late Period, in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 755.

Lapis and Mat'e, Drevneegipetskaya skul'ptura 122 [132] figs. 85-6 pl. iv (text). See Golénischeff, Inventaire 92.

801-750-820

Man with Maet, probably Late Period, formerly in Lord Amherst colln., at Sotheby's in 1921 and in London, Spink & Son Ltd., in mid-1920s.

Spink & Son, Ltd. Egyptian Antiquities from the MacGregor, etc. Collections fig. on 21 [bottom left]; The Antiquarian Quarterly 4 (Dec. 1925), Supplement 6 [561] fig. See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Amherst), June 13-17, 1921, No. 106 [3rd item].

801-750-830

Man with arms raised in adoration, with figure of Osiris suspended on his chest, Late Period, formerly in H. P. Clawson, R. M. Chait and E. H. Heckett collns., in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, and at Christie's in 1977, and in Harer Family Trust colln. in 1992.

Ancient Bronzes. A Selection from the Heckett Collection, Heckmeres Highlands, Valencia, Pennsylvania (Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Nov. 5, 1964 - Jan. 10, 1965), No. 40 fig. (as Dyn. XVIII); Sotheby Parke Bernet (New York) Sale Cat. May 21, 1977, No. 352 fig.; Christie Sale Cat. Nov. 17-18, 1977, No. 489 pl. 44 (as Dyn. XXI-XXVI); Scott III, G. D. Temple, Tomb and Dwelling: Egyptian Antiquities from the Harer Family Trust Collection (University Art Gallery, California State University, San Bernardino, 1992), No. 30 fig.

801-750-870

Man, hands flat on thighs, with seated figure of Osiris on chest, Late Period, at Christie's in 1977 and in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, in 1979.

Christie Sale Cat. Nov. 17-18, 1977, No. 534 pl. 44; Sotheby Parke Bernet (New York) Sale Cat. May 19, 1979, No. 48 fig.

Kneeling with offering-table.

Wood.

801-751-200

Man, probably Late Period, in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.6812.

Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 577.

Bronze.

801-751-269

Man pouring libation on offering-table, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.44. (Probably from Tell Basa or Benha.)

Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 307-8 [384, b] Abb. 390; Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 645; Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 34 [95] pl. xii [2nd from right] (as from Benha and Dyn. XXVI); M. D[epauw] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 129 [146] fig. (as from Benha). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 13 [59-67] (one item); *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 15 [45] (one item).

801-751-270

Man holding jar and offering-table, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.45 3/5. (Probably from Tell Basa or Benha.)

Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 308 [384, c] Abb. 391; Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 648 (as Ptolemaic); Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 34 [92] pl. xii [2nd from left] (as from el-Zaqâzîq = Tell Basa and Dyn. XXVI); M. D[epauw] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 129 [145] fig. (as from el-Zaqâzîq = Tell Basa). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 13 [59-67] (one item); *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 15 [45] (one item).

801-751-278

Unnufer Wnn-nfr, Libation-priest of King Harsiesi (probably Harsiesi I), son of Bes Bs and Mert-khons Mrt-nsw, pouring libation on offering-table, with text mentioning Onnophris, probably late Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.11.1937.

Insley in JEA 65 (1979), 167-9 pl. xxx, xxxi.

801-751-280

Man pouring contents of a jar on small offering-table, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Chicago (Ill.), Oriental Institute Museum, 10605.

Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 650.

801-751-320

Man, Late Period, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 1781.

See Schiaparelli, Mus. Arch. Firenze 228-9 [1531].

801-751-390

Man, holding small offering-table in his left hand and vase in his right hand, Late Period, in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1995.

Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt xxii (March 1995), No. 21 fig.

801-751-400

Man, probably Late Period, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price colln. and at Sotheby's in 1911. (Said to come from Thebes.)

Hilton Price, Cat. ii, 43 [4364] pl. xii. See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hilton-Price), July 12-21, 1911, No. 337.

801-751-450

Man with table with three loaves of bread, right arm lost, inscribed, late Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1991 and in Beverly Hills (Calif.), Superior Galleries, in 1993.

Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 12-13, 1991, No. 300 fig.; Superior Galleries. Fine Antiquities Auction. June 8-9, 1993, No. 376 fig.

Kneeling with offering-bowl.

Stone.

801-752-100

[Pe]fteu(em)a(ui)esi [P3].f-t3w-(m-) (wj)-3st, son of Harkhebi rw-(m-)3-bjt , Director of the Mansions of Neith, holding Hathor-head [bowl], lower part, granite, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Copenhagen, Thorwaldsen Museum, 357.

Lillesø in SAK 6 (1978), 100-2 Taf. xxxii, xxxiii. Text, Piehl, Inscr. hiéro. 1 Sér. xcii [K]; Madsen in Sphinx xiii (1910), 56 [357]. See Müller, L. Thorvaldsens Museum. Tredie afdeling. Oldsager (1847), 33.

801-752-150

Statue of Wehebre W3-jb-r, Overseer of the gate of the foreign countries, Director of the Mansions, etc., son of Pefteu(em)a(ui)neit P3.f-t3w-(m-)(wj-)nt, kneeling with offering-bowl, incomplete, granite, probably temp. Apries or Amasis, in private possession in Italy in 2000.

Kneeling holding bowl(s) or jar(s).

Bronze.

801-752-489

Man holding two vases, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.45 2/5. (Probably from Tell Basa or Benha.)

Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 34 [91] pl. xii [1st from left] (as from el-Zaqâzîq = Tell Basa and Dyn. XXVI); M. D[epauw] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 129 [144] fig. (as from el-Zaqâzîq = Tell Basa). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 13 [59-67] (one item); *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 15 [45] (one item).

801-752-490

Man holding large jar, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.45 5/5. (Probably from Tell Basa or Benha.)

Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 34 [94] pl. xii [3rd from right] (as from el-Zaqâzîq = Tell Basa and Dyn. XXVI or later); M. D[epauw] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 129 [143] fig. (as from el-Zaqâzîq = Tell Basa). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 13 [59-67] (one item); *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 15 [45] (one item).

801-752-500

Man holding two bowls, Dyn. XXVI-XXXI, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 54.2098. (Said to come from 'near Pyramids'.)

Steindorff, Cat. 69 [220] pl. xxxv.

801-752-510

Man holding two bowls, Dyn. XXVI-XXXI, associated with bronze statuette of Apis-bull which does not belong, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2574.

Aeg. und Vorderasiat. Alterthümer Taf. 52 [1st row, left]; Ausf. Verz. 301 Abb. 59 [left]; Hunger, J. and Lamer, H. Altorientalische Kultur im Bilde Abb. 14; Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 327-8 [413, c] Taf. 47 [k].

801-752-520

Man holding bowl, probably Late Period, in Hildesheim, Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Pelizaeus-Museum 89.

Roeder, Äg. Bronzewerke 41 [174] Taf. 27 [f, g]; Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 565. See Ippel and Roeder, Denkmäler ... Hildesheim 35, 122; Kayser, Äg. Altertümer 115.

801-752-550

Man holding probably two bowls, left hand lost, Late Period, in Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, 365.

D. d. E[rrico] in Cantilena and Rubino, La Collezione egiziana ... Napoli 123 [12.110]

fig. [left].

801-752-600

Man holding jar, probably Late Period, in Louvre, E.10785 (with others).

Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 564.

Kneeling balancing a tray on head.

Bronze.

801-752-750

Man balancing tray with loaves of bread on his head with his left hand, and with right arm raised, Late Period, in Brit. Mus. EA 2281.

Arundale, F. and Bonomi, J. Gallery of Antiquities Selected from the British Museum 120 pl. 53 [184]. Upper part, Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 308-9 [386, b] Abb. 392.

801-752-752

Man balancing tray with loaf of bread on his head, inscribed but text illegible, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Brit. Mus. EA 59392.

Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 309 [386, b] Abb. 393.

801-752-760

Man, with left hand balancing tray with loaves on his head, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Louvre, E.10785 (with others).

Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 652.

801-752-780

Man, with right hand balancing tray on his head, Late Period, in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1994.

Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt xxi (April 1994), No. 15 fig.

801-752-795

Man, with both hands balancing tray with loaves of bread on his head, Late Period, in Resandro colln. in 1992.

Schoske and Wildung, Gott und Götter im Alten Ägypten 209 [132] fig.

Kneeling with vessel(s) on shoulder(s).

Bronze.

801-752-857

Man with a jar on both shoulders, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Louvre, E.5048.

Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 638.

801-752-860

Man holding jar on his left shoulder, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Louvre, A.F.539.

Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 653.

801-752-880

Man holding vase on his left shoulder, Late Period, at Christie's in 1979.

Christie Sale Cat. Feb. 20, 1979, No. 243 pl. 13.

Kneeling on one knee.

Stone.

801-752-910

Man kneeling on one knee holding naos of Ptah, small, steatite, early Dyn. XXVI, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.331.1954.

Vassilika, Egyptian Art 112-13 [52] fig.

801-752-915

Psametek Psmtk, Inspector of sem-priests, Prophet of Amun, wr- priest, rnp-priest, etc., son of Painmu P3-jn-mw and Heribes Hr-jb.s, kneeling with one knee up, brown slate, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln., now in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1935.200.515. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 25 [41] Taf. x [f] (as end of Dyn. XXV to beginning of Dyn. XXVI); Woldering, Ausgewählte Werke (1955), 75 pl. 68; (1958), 79-80 pl. 75; id. Götter 196 Abb. 98; H. W. Müller Archive 9 [II/346-50; IV/5, 7a (2)]. Titles, see De Meulenaere in BIFAO lxii (1964), 151-2 [2].

Bronze.

801-752-940

Man kneeling on right knee, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.43. (Probably from Tell Basa or Benha.)

Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 516; M. D[epauw] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 130 [147] fig. (as from Benha). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 13 [59-67] (one item); *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 15 [43]; Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 34 [96] (as probably from Benha).

801-752-950

Man kneeling on right knee playing the lute, Late Period, formerly in Minneapolis (Minn.), The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, now in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 58.76.4.

Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 310 [388, b] Abb. 394 Taf. 81 [g]; Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 532a.

801-752-960

Young man, kneeling on right knee, holding left hand to his face, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Louvre, N.1593.

Encycl. phot. Louvre pl. 118 [B]; Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 536.

Other kneeling or uncertain.

Stone.

801-753-030

Esptah Ns-pt, son of Mentuemhet Mntw-m-3t, Great mayor of Thebes, etc. (Theb. tb. 34), holding [an object], lower part only, grey granite, temp. Taharqa to Psammetikhos I, in Brooklyn Museum, 16.580.185.

Leclant, Montouemhat [etc.], 56-7 [8] pl. xi. Title and name of Mentuemt, Barguet et al. in Ann. Serv. li (1951), 493 n. 2.

801-753-038

Djeho Dd-rw, son of Semtu... Sm3-t3wj-... and Mernebes Mr-nb.s, right foot with part of base and back pillar, slate, Dyn. XXVI, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, EGA.3554.1943.

801-753-040

Man (only knees preserved), with table(?) in front of him, unfinished, basalt, Late Period, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, EGA.4344.1943.

801-753-055

Statuette of man kneeling holding partly preserved object, perhaps naos, inscribed, black basalt, Late Period, bust in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 22756, lower part in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1935.200.512.

Bust, Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 60 [104] Tav. xxxviii [104], xl [104] (as No. 328).

801-753-070

Man (lower legs lost) carrying sack, with monkey (headless) on his shoulders, steatite, possibly Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. H.III.K.23.

Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 12 [D.117] pl. xx. See id. Descr. rais. 58 [D.117]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 154 [350]; id. Beschreibung xii, 7 [32].

801-753-075

...hab ...-b... , son of Irefanneit Jr.f-3-n-nt, Director of the Mansions, dedicated by son Udjahorresnet Wd3-rw-rsnt, Director of the Mansions, etc., son of Henuttaui nwt-t3wj (mother), lower part, basalt, Late Period, in Brit. Mus. EA 14366.

See Guide, 4th to 6th 133 [115] (as Dyn. XXII-XXVI).

801-753-085

Incomplete kneeling statue, basalt, probably Late Period, in Lyons, Musée des Beaux-Arts, H.1395.

801-753-100

Mentuemhet Mntw-m-3t, God's father, Prophet, lower legs lost, with text mentioning the bull of Nagel-Madâmûd, basalt, Dyn. XXVI or early Dyn. XXVII, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, MME 1981:15.

B. P[eterson] in Medelhavsmuseet. En introduktion 94 fig. on 95.

801-753-110

Lower part of probably naophorous kneeling statue with text probably mentioning mother(?) Ankhnekau-eniotes n-nk3w-n-jt.s, schist, Dyn. XXVI, in Strasbourg, Institut d'Égyptologie, 367.

See Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 52; Yoyotte in Supplément au Dictionnaire de la Bible vi, 363.

801-753-120

Man kneeling, with magical texts and scenes on wide back pillar, green stone, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3033.

Donadoni in Donadoni Roveri, Monumental Art 110, 177 pl. 264 (as woman and Dyn. XXV); H. W. Müller Archive 28 [II/1061-3]. See Orcurti, Cat. ii, 191 [4] (as basalt); Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 412.

801-753-130

Harkhebi rw-(m-)3-bjt, Royal scribe, son of Khamkhons 3m-nsw , Builder strong-of-arms in Smen-hor, etc., and Nefertneit Nfrt-nt, lower part, basalt, end of Dyn. XXV or beginning of Dyn. XXVI, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 8573.

Rogge, E. Statuen Sp. 36-41 figs.

801-753-180

Man holding ka-sign, steatite, probably Late Period, formerly in Lampson colln. and in London, Spink & Son Ltd., in mid-1920s.

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

801-753-200

Man, inscribed, lower part, schist, late Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's in 1988.

Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 12, 1988, No. 84 fig. (as Neferebre-emakhet, son of Merneit (mother)).

801-753-250

Man holding two bolts of cloth, inscribed, Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1998.

Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 17, 1998, No. 48 figs. (as 'Nekhy, Linen-officer of the temple of Amun, Linen-officer of Heliopolis (or Dendera), Priest(?) of Harendotes, Temple overseer').

Bronze.

801-753-500

Man with raised arms, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.45 1/5. (Probably from Tell Basa or Benha.)

Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 34 [90] pl. xii [3rd from left] (as el-Zaqâzîq = Tell Basa and Dyn. XXVI); M. D[epauw] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 129 [141] fig. (as from el-Zaqâzîq = Tell Basa). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 13 [59-67] (one item); *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 15 [45] (one item).

801-753-510

Pedeneit P3-dj-nt, son of Pedepedjet P3-dj-pdt, Dyn. XXVI-XXXI, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 1180.

Text, Mallet in Rec. Trav. xviii (1896), 14 [1180].

801-753-519

Man with raised arms, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in H. Abbott and New York Historical Society collns., now in Brooklyn Museum, 37.359E. (Said to come from Memphis.)

Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 651 (as Dyn. XXVI or later). See NYHS Cat. 52 [818]; Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 306 [380, d].

801-753-520

Harbes rbs, Head of servants, son of Pefteu(emaui)shu P3.f-t3w-(m-wj-)w , holding [naos?], temp. Psammetikhos I, formerly in H. Abbott and New York Historical Society collns., now in Brooklyn Museum, 37.360E.

Russmann in Brooklyn Mus. Annual xi (1969-70), 157-9 figs. 8-12. See NYHS Cat. 55 [874]; Zivie-Coche, Giza au premier millénaire [etc.], 128 [H] (suggests possibly from Gîza).

801-753-540

Man with drum, Late Period, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln. B.54, now in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1935.200.728.

Hickmann in MDAIK 14 (1956), 78 Taf. v [1, right]; Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 307 [383, c], 462 [629, a], 483 [653, c], 504 [676, 1st e] Abb. 389.

801-753-541

Man with drum, Late Period, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln. B.224 and in Hanover, Kestner-Museum (destroyed).

Hickmann in MDAIK 14 (1956), 78 Taf. v [1, left]; Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 646.

801-753-545

Man with raised arms, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Kansas City (Mo.), The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, 48-26.

Ward, R. and Fidler, P. J. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. A Handbook of the Collection (1993), fig. on 114 [lower right].

801-753-550

Man with raised arms, Late Period, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AB.39a.

Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 4 [D.27] pl. iv; Boeser, Beschreibung xii, 2 [17] Taf. iii. See Leemans, Descr. rais. 50 [D.27]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 153 [333].

801-753-560

Neitherky Nt-r-kjj, arms lost, with text mentioning Neith, Late Period, in Manchester, The Manchester Museum, 11031.

801-753-580

Weebre W3-jb-r , son of Penperudj P3-n-p3-rwd, with raised arms (right hand lost), Late Period, formerly in V. Golenishchev colln. 1014, now in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 4933.

See Mal'mberg and Turaev, Opisanie 73 [92] (text).

801-753-590

Psametek Psmtk, son of Hapep(?) H3pp(?), with raised arms, name of Neith, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in W. Spiegelberg colln., now in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 6039.

Spiegelberg in JEA xvi (1930), 73-4 pl. xix [3]; Müller, H. W. and Wildung in Münchner Jahrb. 3 Ser. xxvii (1976), 233 Abb. 9; Wildung, Fünf Jahre Neuerwerbungen der Staatlichen Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst 1976-1980, 33 fig. [right]; Müller, H. W. Eine ungewöhnliche Metallfigur eines blinden ägyptischen Priesters in Sitzungsberichte. Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philos.-hist. Klasse 1989, Heft 5, pp. 7-8 Abb. 12 [a, b].

801-753-593

Man holding a box on his head, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Louvre, E.3799.

Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 639.

801-753-595

Pedesopdu P3-dj-spdt holding cartouche-shaped container (offering-table?), with text mentioning Osiris-Apis, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Louvre, E.4695.

Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 609.

801-753-615

Rapefesh(?) R -p3.f-(?), son of Pedeamun P3-dj-jmn, kneeling with raised right arm, Late Period, in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 751.

Lapis and Mat'e, Drevneegipetskaya skul'ptura 122-3 [133] fig. 87 pl. iv (text). See Golénischeff, Inventaire 91.

801-753-625

Man with raised arms, Late Period, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1991.

Bonhams. Antiquities. Sale Cat. April 29, 1991, No. 325 fig.

801-753-626

Man with raised arms, hands lost, Late Period, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1992.

Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. May 20, 1992, No. 343 fig. on 40.

801-753-627

Man with raised arms, left hand lost, Late Period, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1995.

Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. Dec. 12, 1995, No. 21 [2nd item] fig. on 19.

801-753-628

Man, arms lost, Late Period, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1998 and Charles Ede Ltd. in 1999.

Bonhams. Antiquities. Sale Cat. Sept. 22, 1998, No. 4 fig.; Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt xxvi (July 1999), No. 17 fig. (as c.1200 BC).

801-753-631

Man with raised arms, inscribed on wide round-topped back pillar, Late Period, at Christie's in 1979.

Christie Sale Cat. Feb. 20, 1979, No. 244 pl. 13 (as probably Pedeor).

801-753-635

Man with raised arms, left hand lost, Dyn. XXVI, at Christie's in 1980.

Christie Sale Cat. April 23, 1980, No. 212 fig.

801-753-645

Kneeling holding [object], Late Period, formerly in A. S. and P. Drey collns. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1996.

Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 17, 1996, No. 230 [1st item] fig.

801-753-650

Man with raised arms, probably Late Period, in Paris, Drouot-Richelieu, in 1989.

La Gazette de l'Hôtel Drouot 98 [19] (May 12, 1989), fig. on 45 [upper right].

801-753-655

Man, arms lost, probably Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Paris, Drouot-Richelieu, in 1996.

Drouot-Richelieu Sale Cat. Sept. 30 - Oct. 1, 1996, No. 275 fig. (as New Kingdom).

801-753-665

Statuette of man kneeling with raised arms, inscribed, including name of Amun, on round-topped back pillar, bronze, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 2000.

Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt xxvii (Sept. 2000), No. 17 figs. (as Nekau, son of Ir).

801-753-690

Statuette of Ankh-hap n-p, son of Aben bn, kneeling with raised arms, left hand lost, Harpocrates mentioned on wide round-topped back pillar, bronze, Dyn. XXX or Ptolemaic, in G. Memminger colln. in 1990.

Pamminger, P. Ägyptische Kleinkunst aus der Sammlung Gustav Memminger No. 11 figs. cf. p. 209.

801-753-700

Pedesi P3-dj-3st, Hereditary prince (local ruler at Athribis), wearing uraeus on his forehead, temp. Piye (Piankhy), in G. Michaelidis colln. in 1961.

Yoyotte in Mélanges Maspero i [4], 161-2 [64] pl. ii [3]. See Vernus, Athribis 62 [70].

801-753-750

Man with hands held in front of face, Dyn. XXVI, in private possession in Germany in 1989.

Müller, H. W. Eine ungewöhnliche Metallfigur eines blinden ägyptischen Priesters in Sitzungsberichte. Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philos.-hist. Klasse 1989, Heft 5, pp. 5-33 Abb. 1, 2, 4-11.

Block-statues.

Stone.

801-755-020

Pedehar(en)pe P3-dj-rw-(n-)p, General in chief, etc., son of Pedeshahdedet P3-dj-hddt, General, and Djewadjet Dd-w3dt, text probably added later, green schist, early Dyn. XXVI, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 3.

Tzachou-Alexandri, O. The World of Egypt in the National Archaeological Museum (1995), 142 [xl, 3] fig. on 143. Head, Bothmer in Kêmi xx (1970), 46 [xviii] pl. xiii [26]. Text, Piehl in PSBA x (1887-8), 533 [7] (as basalt and text not ancient), cf. xi (1888-9), 77; Mallet in Rec. Trav. xviii (1896), 8-9 [917] (as porphyry); Wilbour MSS. 2 H, 37 [middle]; Gardiner Notebook, 61, p. 7 [lower]. See Wiedemann in PSBA xxxiii (1911), 167-8 [vi] (as copy of ancient text).

801-755-022

Harwodj rw-wd3, Greatest of the seers of Heliopolis, etc., son of Harua rwj, Greatest of the seers of Heliopolis, etc., grey granite, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 106.

Tzachou-Alexandri, O. The World of Egypt in the National Archaeological Museum (1995), 142 [xl, 2] fig. on 143. Text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xxx (1908), 17, cf. 20 [B].

801-755-030

Man, black granite, Late Period, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.346. (Said to come from Lower Egypt.)

Steindorff, Cat. 59 [172] pl. xxxii.

801-755-040

A Chief justice and Vizier, etc. (name lost), son of Esshu-tef[nut] Ns-w-tf[nt] , Chief Justice and Vizier, etc., upper part, with figure of lion-headed Bubastis on front, granite, early Dyn. XXVI, in Basel, Museum für Völkerkunde, III.19782.

E. St[aehelin] in Geschenk des Nils No. 276 pl.

801-755-050

Ankh-pakarsaraye n-pkrsrjj , Scribe of the King's sister and King's wife, etc., holding scribe's palette, base and feet lost, dark granite, Dyn. XXV, formerly in Berlin Museum, 4437.

Erman in ZÄS xxx (1892), 47-9 [3] fig. on 45 [D, E]; Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 33 [70] Taf. iii [b]; Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 483 (as Dyn. XXVI). Name, Schäfer in ZÄS 43 (1906), 48 [a]. See Ausf. Verz. 256.

801-755-060

Man, early Dyn. XXVI, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1824.

Curto, L'Egitto antico 87 [63] Tav. 37; Pernigotti, Statuaria 60-1 [25] Tav. lxxix, lxxx (as probably 2nd half of reign of Psammetikhos I); id. La collezione egiziana 98 fig. (as temp. Psammetikhos I); P. P[iacentini] in Il senso dell'arte No. 106 fig. (as probably 1st half of reign of Psammetikhos I); Dewachter and Davoli, P. J.-F. Champollion e il contributo italiano alla riscoperta dell'antico Egitto (Rimini, Museo della Città, 24 agosto - 28 settembre 1991), No. 65 fig. (as temp. Psammetikhos I); H. W. Müller Archive 5 [II/755-7]. See Kminek-Szedlo, Cat. 157; Pernigotti in Morigi Govi, C. and Vitali, D. Il Museo Civico Archeologico di Bologna (1982), 147 [H].

801-755-070

Esnaisut Ns-n3-jswt, Overseer of the antechamber, etc., son of Usirinakht Wsjr-nt, with text mentioning Sobek-Shedty and Osiris in el-Faiyûm, headless, with cartouches of Psammetikhos I, schist, temp. Psammetikhos I, formerly in A. Kahn, W. R. Hearst, J. Brummer and N. M. and A. Heeramaneck collns., at Sotheby's in 1939 and in New York, Parke-Bernet Galleries, in 1949, now in Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 68.152. (Probably from el-Faiyûm.)

*The Alphonse Kahn Collection, Pt. i, Exhibition and sale at the American Art Galleries [New York], Jan. 6, 1927, No. 40 fig.; Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 38-9 [32] pls. 30-1 [68-70]; Donadoni, L'Egitto fig. 1 on 261; Dunham in 93rd Annual Report 1968, 35 fig. on 34. See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hearst), July 11-12, 1939, No. 55 (as basalt); *Classical and Medieval Stone Sculptures ... Part III of the Art Collection Belonging to the Estate of the Late Joseph Brummer (Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, June 8-9, 1949), No. 450.

801-755-075

Djeptahefankh Dd-pt-jw.f-n, Prophet of Montu lord of Thebes, etc., son of Ankhpekhrod n-p3-hrd, Prophet of Amun at Karnak, etc., dedicated by his eldest son Ankhpekhrod n-p3-hrd, Prophet of Montu lord of Thebes, Scribe of god's offerings of the temple of Amun in the 3rd phyle, red quartzite, probably 2nd half of Dyn. XXV, formerly in J. Pierpont Morgan and The Kevorkian Foundation collns. and in New York, Parke-Bernet, in 1944 and 1970, now in Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 1971.21. (Probably from Karnak.)

*Parke-Bernet Sale Cat. March 22-5, 1944, No. 79 pl.; *Antiquities. The Property of The Kevorkian Foundation (Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, Dec. 18, 1970), No. 27 fig.; Sotheby's. Art at Auction 1970-1 fig. on 260 [11]; Simpson in Kêmi xxi (1971), 17-25 [i] pls. iii, v [b] figs. 1-4; id. in The Connoisseur 179 (1972), 118 figs. 6, 6a; id. The Face of Egypt No. 45 fig.; Divine, Domestic and Desert Animals in Ancient Egyptian Art (Hurlbutt Gallery, Greenwich Library, Greenwich, Connecticut, Jan. 4 - March 4, 1979), No. 32 fig. 11; A Table of Offerings (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 1987), 60-1 fig. See Simpson in 95th Annual Report 1970-1, 47.

801-755-080

Hor rw, Sealer of the god of the temple of Amun in the 3rd phyle, etc., son of Djementefankh Dd-mntw-jw.f-n, Prophet of Montu lord of Thebes, etc., black granite, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Brooklyn Museum, 57.66. (Said to have been found at Edfu, but more likely from Karnak.)

Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 39-40 [33] pl. 31 [71-3].

801-755-085

Man, grey granite, Dyn. XXV, in Brooklyn Museum, 64.200.1.

See Brooklyn Mus. Ann. vi (1964-5), 63.

801-755-090

Keref rf, General, son of Userken Wsrkn, with Osiris-Ptah-Sokari in relief on front and cartouches of Psammetikhos I on upper arms, green schist, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.7526.

De Meulenaere in Chron. d'Ég. xxxi (1956), 255-6 [3] fig. 24; Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 37-8 [31] pls. 28-9 [65-7]; C. E[vrard]-D[erriks] in Artisans de l'Égypte ancienne (Musée Royal de Mariemont, 27 mars - 21 juin 1981), No. 15 fig. See Lefebvre, F. and Van Rinsveld, B. L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes 154.

801-755-100

Pestjenfi P3.s-tnfj, Prophet of Amun at Karnak, Great wab-priest of the temple of Amun in the 3rd phyle, etc., head and base with feet lost, grey granite, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 941.

See Borchardt, Statuen iii, 166 (text).

801-755-102

Pedusiri P3-dj-wsjr, son of Tadeamun(?) T3-dj(t)-jmn(?) (mother), head, hands and base with feet lost, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 1004.

See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 22 (text).

801-755-104

Esmin Ns-mnw, Scribe of the temple on the monthly duty, etc., son of Djeho Dd-rw, Scribe of the temple on the monthly duty, etc., and Irterau Jrt-r.w , base with feet, with text mentioning Amun-Re lord of the Throne of the Two Lands at Karnak, black granite, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 1148.

See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 81 (text).

801-755-106

Pedamenopet P3-dj-jmn-jpt (Theb. tb. 33), head lost, black granite, late Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 1202.

Borchardt, Statuen iv, 102-3 Bl. 169. See Loukianoff in ASAE xxxvii (1937), 226-7 [v]; Vandier in Rev. d'Ég. 16 (1964), 105 [2] n. 5.

801-755-108

Fragment of arm, remains of text, black slate, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 1281.

See Borchardt, Statuen iv, 143 (text).

801-755-130

Shepenhor p-n-rw , son of Khedebhap-yerboni Hdb-p-jrt-bjn(t) and Ahtesnakht J -t3.s-nt, with text mentioning Bubastis mistress of Bubastis (Tell Basa) and Atum lord of Kaheref, basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in Chicago (Ill.), Art Institute of Chicago, 1924.754.

Teeter in Ancient Art at The Art Institute of Chicago (The Art Institute of Chicago, Museum Studies, 20 [1], 1994), 26-7 [9] figs. on 25.

801-755-140

Man, headless, granite, Late Period, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 79.

See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 228 [A.148]; (1908), 278 [E.161] (as Dyn. XXVI); Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 61 [101].

801-755-141

Man, upper part, with figure of probably Ptah on front, granite, Late Period, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 81.

See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 229 [A.150]; (1908), 279 [E.163] (both as Dyn. XXVI); Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 62 [102] (as pl. 113 in error).

801-755-142

Nekhtef-hor Nt.f-rw , Servant (m) of Bubastis, son of Shedsu-ubaste d-s(w)-b3stt , lower part, with naos with figure of possibly Neith on front, and text mentioning Re-Atum, Thoth and Maet, granite, Late Period, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 83.

Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 60-1 [99], 68 (text), 83, 84 pls. 111-12. Text, id. Rec. inscr. 16 [83], 17 [lower] (as Dyn. XXVI). See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 229-30 [A.151] (as Dyn. XXVI); (1908), 279 [E.164] (as Dyn. XXVI-XXX).

801-755-150

Harneter rw-ntr, Scribe of the House of Life, son of Userre Wsr-r , Scribe of the House of Life, headless, basalt(?), Dyn. XXVI, in Detroit (Mich.), Institute of Arts, 90.1S11834.

801-755-160

Pedubaste P3-dj-b3stt, Servant (m) of Bubastis, son of Tjaiubastimu T3j-b3stt-jm(.w), diabase, year 11 of Psammetikhos I, formerly in M. Lavoratori colln. and at Sotheby's in 1833, now in Durham, Oriental Museum, N.502.

Bothmer in Kêmi xx (1970), 44 [vii] pl. x [15] (as possibly from Tell Basa). Royal names and date, Wilkinson MSS. xxv. 46 [right]. See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Lavoratori), May 13-15, 1833, No. 335; Birch, Cat. ... Alnwick Castle 62-3.

801-755-170

Man with scarab-beetle on his head, and remains of figures of Osiris, a goddess and another deity in relief on front, lower part lost, basalt, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 1786.

Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 32 [65] Taf. iii [c]; Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 477 (as Ptolemaic); Marburg Inst. photo. 142482. See Migliarini, Indication 88; Schiaparelli, Mus. Arch. Firenze 227 [1526] (called 1795).

801-755-175

Man, headless, with Hathor-head on front, grey granite, Late Period, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 6323. (Acquired in Luxor.)

See Schiaparelli, Mus. Arch. Firenze 472 [1741].

801-755-180

Nasekhep(er)en-sekhmet N3-sp(r)-n-smt, Vizier, etc., son of Shesepamun-tesert sp-jmn-t3.s-rt (mother), head modern, with cartouches of Psammetikhos I, greywacke, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Frankfurt am Main, Liebieghaus, Museum alter Plastik, 1449. (Said to come from Saqqâra.)

B. G[eßler]-L[öhr] in Ägyptische Kunst im Liebieghaus (1981), No. 34 fig.; G. B[urkard] in Skulptur, Malerei, Papyri und Särge (Liebieghaus - Museum alter Plastik. Ägyptische Bildwerke iii), 199-204 [44] figs. Text, Brugsch, Thes. 1066 [middle and bottom]; Wiedemann in Rec. Trav. viii (1886), 65 [4] (as granite). Names and titles, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2324.

801-755-210

Ptahhotep Pt-tp, Jeweller, with Osiris and jackal-headed Anubis in relief on front, probably Late Period, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AST.20.

Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 9 [D.60] pl. xv (as marble); Boeser, Beschreibung vii, 3 [4] Taf. xiii (as marble); Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 451. See Leemans, Descr. rais. 55 [D.60] (as marble); Boeser, Cat. (1907), 75 [145].

801-755-212

Man, with two figures of Osiris in relief on front and texts in hieroglyphs and demotic, Late Period, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AST.42.

Leemans, Aeg. Mon. ii, 10-11 [D.78] pl. xvii; Boeser, Beschreibung xii, 5-6 [26] Taf. vii; Senk in Forschungen und Fortschritte 26 (1950), 6 Abb. 4; 33 (1959), 272 Abb. 9 (both as New Kingdom); id. in ZÄS 79 (1954), 151, 156 Taf. xvi [4] (as New Kingdom); Klasens, Egyptische kunst 27 [51] pl.; H. W. Müller Archive 11 [II/486-8]. See Leemans, Descr. rais. 57 [D.78]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 153 [341]; Vandier, Manuel iii, 671 (as 3rd Int. Period).

801-755-220

Esdjehuti Ns-dwtj, Overseer of scribes (Saqqâra tb., Bibl. iii2.669), son of Pedeamun P3-dj-jmn, with cartouche of Psammetikhos I on right shoulder, basalt, temp. Psammetikhos I, formerly in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, M.13903 (lost in World War II).

See Gatty, C. T. Catalogue of the Mayer Collection i (1879), 53 [314].

801-755-230

Iti Jtj, Overseer of the harîm who is on duty, Head of the 2nd and 3rd phylai of the temple of Khonspekhrod, The great one of the palanquin of King Piye (Piankhy), etc., son of Irakhons Jr-3-nsw, Overseer of the harîm of Khonspekhrod, etc., year 15 of Sabacon, in Brit. Mus. EA 24429.

Seltman, C. T. The Cambridge Ancient History. Plates i (1927), fig. on 269 [c]; Hall, H. R. in Hammerton, J. A. Universal History of the World ii, fig. on 1020 [lower right]; Leclant, Enquêtes sur les sacerdoces [etc.], 15-27 [ii] pls. v, vi; James, Egyptian Sculptures pl. 29; id. and Davies, W. V. Egyptian Sculpture 53 fig. 59; Potts, T. Civilization: Ancient Treasures from the British Museum. Australian National Gallery, Canberra, 24 March to 11 June 1990, etc. Cat. No. 42 fig.; Bothmer in Berger et al. (eds.), Hommages à Jean Leclant ii, 61 fig. 6; erný Notebook, 58, pp. 3 [right]-4. Date, id. in ASAE li (1951), 441. See Guide, 4th to 6th 132 [95]; Guide, Eg. Collns. (1930), 173.

801-755-240

Esptah Ns-pt, Prophet of Montu, etc., with text mentioning Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, Mut the Great mistress of Asher and Khonsemweset-Neferhotep, Dyn. XXV, in Brit. Mus. EA 54349.

See Guide, 4th to 6th 131 [94].

801-755-249

Nebtaui Nb-t3wj , Prophet of Amun-Re, black granite, Dyn. XXVI, in Brit. Mus. EA 55305.

See Guide, 4th to 6th 133 [119] (as seated and No. 512).

801-755-250

Harua rw, Chief steward (of Amenardais I Jmn-jr-dj-s I, Divine adoratress), etc. (Theb. tb. 37), son of Estawert Ns-t3-wrt(mother), green schist, Dyn. XXV, in Brit. Mus. EA 55306 (formerly EA 1130).

Gunn and Engelbach in BIFAO xxx (1931), 793 [viii], 810-13 [viii] pl. vii; James in Boardman, The Cambridge Ancient History. Plates to Volume III (1984), 142 pl. 191 [a]. See Guide, 4th to 6th 131 [90].

801-755-265

Upper right side of block statue of a man, with cartouche of Nitocris Nt-jrt, Divine adoratress, and figures of Amun-Re and [Osiris], basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in London, Petrie Museum, 14666.

See Handbook ... University College (1915), No. 344 [last item].

801-755-280

Hori(?) rwj(?), son of Ankh-unnufer n-wnn-nfr, grey granite, Dyn. XXV to early Dyn. XXVI, in Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, 318.

R. P[irelli] in Cantilena and Rubino, La Collezione egiziana ... Napoli 47 [1.16] fig. 5. See Marucchi in Ruesch, A. (ed.), Museo Nazionale di Napoli. Antichità. Guida (1911), 126 [352]; id. Naples National Museum. Excerpt of the Guide [1925], 61 [253].

801-755-290

Sebekhotep Sbk-tp, Servant (m) of Neith, sem-priest in Sehet, etc., with figure of Osiris in relief on front, grey granite, Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in New Haven (Conn.), Yale University Art Gallery, YAG 1930.490.

Scott, Anc. Eg. Art No. 76 figs. (as Dyn. XX-XXIV). Titles and date, see Perdu in GM 106 (1988), 75-81 fig.

801-755-300

Psametek... Psmtk-..., Excellent mayor in Sais, etc., feet and base lost, with naos of Osiris on front and text mentioning Osiris in wt-bjt (Sais), greywacke, probably early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in New York, Piero Tozzi Galleries, now in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1982.318.

The Connoisseur clix [640] (June 1965), Advertisements, figs. on cxlvii; Lilyquist in 113th Annual Report 1982-3, 25 fig.; Russmann in de Montebello, P. Notable Acquisitions 1982-1983, 6-7 fig.

801-755-305

Ankh-unnufer n-wnn-nfr, Servant (m) of Bubastis, Scribe of documents etc., with text mentioning Mihos great of strength and temple of Bubastis mistress of Rem, late Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1993.161.

Arnold, Do. in MMA Bull. N.S. lii [2] (Fall 1994), 10-11 figs. (as from Tell el-Muqdâm); Gazette des Beaux-Arts cxxv [1514] (March 1995), La Chronique des Arts fig. 128 on 32. See Arnold, Do. in 123rd Annual Report 1992-3, 25.

801-755-320

Pa-akhref P3-3-r.f, with figure of Ptah between feet and text mentioning temple of Ptah the Great, south of his wall, basalt, temp. Psammetikhos I, formerly in Foucault colln., now in Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, 14. (Probably from Memphis.)

De Caylus, Recueil i, fig. on 1 [right]; de Montfaucon, B. L'Antiquité expliquée [etc.], ii (1719), 281 pl. cxiii [4]; Bothmer in Kêmi xx (1970), 46 [xix] pl. xiii [27]. Text, Ledrain, Les Monuments égyptiens de la Bibliothèque Nationale pl. lx; Devéria squeezes, 6166, ii. 159.

801-755-330

Pedamenopet P3-dj-jmn-jpt, Royal scribe in the presence, etc. (Theb. tb. 33), son of (Na)menkhesi (N3-)mn-3st (mother), feet restored, with text mentioning Amun-Re-Atum-Re-Harakhti, grey granite, late Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in Louvre, A 92 [N.93].

Boissard, Romanae urbis topographie & antiquitatum romanarum [etc.] vi (1602), pls. 6, 7; Herwart von Hohenburg, Thesaurus Hieroglyphicorum [etc.], 25th pl. [Eff. 50 pr. and 50 sec.] and 26th pl. [Eff. 57]; Kircher, Oedipus Aegyptiacus iii (1654), 440-1 figs. ii, vi on pl. between 434-5; de Montfaucon, B. L'Antiquité expliquée [etc.], ii (1719), pl. cxxxiii [1] (from Boissard); de Clarac, Musée de sculpture iii, pl. 290 [2556]; Texte v, 301; Loukianoff in ASAE xxxvii (1937), 227-8 [vi] pl. v [1]; Panofsky in Gazette des Beaux-Arts lvii (1961), 209 figs. 20-1 on 214-15 (from Boissard); Iversen, The Myth of Egypt and its Hieroglyphs [etc.] (1961), pl. xviii [1] (from Boissard); Mandowsky, E. and Mitchell, C. Pirro Ligorio's Roman Antiquities 103-4 [94] pl. 58 [a, lower] (by P. Ligorio in mid-16th c.); Baltruaitis, J. La Quête d'Isis fig. 18 on 230 (from Boissard); Roullet, Eg. ... Monuments ... Rome 110-111 [186] pls. cxlix-cliii [208-15] (partly from earlier sources); Ziegler, Le Louvre. Les antiquités égyptiennes (1990), fig. on 76 [top right]; Kanawaty in Mémoires de'Égypte. Hommage de l'Europe à Champollion fig. on 144; Grimm, A. in Münchner Jahrb. 3 Ser. xlv (1994), 19-23 Abb. 64-70, on 71, 89, 90 (Abb. 65-71 from other publications); Archives phot. E.693. Text, Pierret, Rec. inscr. i, 26-9. Names and titles, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2316. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 45; Boreux, Guide ii, 470-1; Vandier, Guide (1948), 66; (1952), 67; (1973), 125.

801-755-335

Man, upper part, remains of text on back pillar, basalt, late Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in Louvre, A 119.

Bothmer in Kêmi xx (1970), 45 [xiv] pl. xii [22]. See de Rougé, Notice des monuments (1883), 53 (as granite).

801-755-340

[Pe]deharkhebi [P3-]dj-rw-(m-)3-bjt [], Prophet of Amun lord of Per-iry, etc., son of Nu(?) Nw(?) and Dineb(t)imau-pasonb Dj-nb(t)-jm3w-p3-snb, head lost, with figure of Osiris on front and text mentioning Sekhmet, basalt, late Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, formerly with Makri (dealer) in Cairo, now in Louvre, E.10295.

De Meulenaere in BIFAO lxii (1964), 161 [17], 170 pl. xxxii. Text, Mallet in Rec. Trav. xviii (1896), 10 [upper middle] (as granite and in Athens); Wilbour MSS. 2 M, 4; erný Notebook, 83, p. 14 [bottom] (from Wilbour).

801-755-345

Pedekhons P3-dj-nsw, Greatest of the craftsmen, son of Harsiesi rw-s3-3st , Prophet, and Takhybiat T3-jj-bj3t, head and feet lost, glazed steatite, probably Dyn. XXV, in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1971, now in Louvre, E.27070. (Probably from Thebes.)

Vandier in La Revue du Louvre 22 (1972), 95 figs. 10 (as end of Dyn. XXV or beginning of Dyn. XXVI); id. in Rev. d'Ég. 24 (1972), 193-200 pl. 16 fig. 1. See Hôtel Drouot Sale Cat. May 17, 1971, No. 24 (as Dyn. XXVI); La Revue du Louvre 21 (1971), 281; Vandier, Guide (1973), 145-6.

801-755-360

Pedeshahdedet P3-dj-hddt, Great general of His Majesty, etc., with text mentioning Ptah 'under his moringa-tree', basalt, probably early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in G. Posno colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1883, now in Paris, Musée du Petit Palais, 307.

Hôtel Drouot Sale Cat. May 22-6, 1883, No. 57 pl. ii; Maspero, L'Arch. ég. (1887), 228 fig. 200; (1907), 237-8 fig. 220. Text, Revillout in Revue Égyptologique ii (1882), 62-4; part, Legrain in ASAE xv (1915), 284-5 [1]. Names and titles, Brugsch, Thes. 1457 [90]. See Antiquités égyptiennes ... Collection de M. Gustave Posno (1874), No. 57; Lapauze, H. et al. Catalogue sommaire des Collections Dutuit (1925), 88 [296].

801-755-380

Man, grey granite, possibly Dyn. XXX, in Toulouse, Musée Georges Labit, 49.283.

See Guillevic and Ramond, Musée Georges Labit. Antiquités égyptiennes 51 [2nd item].

801-755-390

Merneptah Mr-n-pt, Prophet of Bubastis mistress of Ankhtaui, Prophet of the noble djed-pillar, Prophet of Shesmetet, etc., son of Esunnufer Ns-wnn-nfr , God's father, and Iru Jrw, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari, diorite or 'siliceous stone', probably Dyn. XXV, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3063. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

Farina, Il Regio Museo (1931), 16 fig. on 47 [right]; (1938), 17 fig. on 51 [right] (both as Dyn. XXVI); Scamuzzi, Museo Egizio di Torino Tav. xciii (as 2nd half of Dyn. XXV); Woldering, Götter 223 [Kat. 27]; Roccati, Il Museo Egizio di Torino (1978), 22 [1] fig. 36; (1988), 40 [1] fig. on 42; id. in Donadoni, A. M. et al. Il Museo Egizio di Torino (1988), fig. on 160 [left]; Curto, L'Antico Egitto (1981), fig. on 498 [left]; id. L'antico Egitto nel Museo Egizio di Torino (1984), fig. on 279; Donadoni in Donadoni Roveri, Monumental Art 177 pl. 263; Schulz, Entwicklung ii, 616 Taf. 145 [d]; Petrie Ital. photos. 326-7; Griffith Inst. photo. 3898 (= Anderson photo. 10789); H. W. Müller Archive 28 [I/392; II/12-17, 45-6, 1050-1]. Two names and title, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2169. See Orcurti, Cat. i, 71 [22]; Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 420; Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 33 [69] (as probably Dyn. XXVI); Vercoutter, Textes biographiques du Sérapéum de Memphis 13.

801-755-392

Usirinakht Wsjr-nt, wab-priest of Onnophris, headless, text only in demotic, green basalt, probably Dyn. XXVI (statue) and Roman Period (text), in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 3067.

Botti in Aegyptus xxxv (1955), 40-2 [2] Tav. iii [upper] = Omaggio a Giuseppe Botti 58-60 [2] Tav. iii [upper]. See Orcurti, Cat. i, 70 [21]; Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 421.

801-755-400

Ia J 3, Overseer of chariotry, etc., son of Pawen P3-wn, Overseer of chariotry, etc., and Tademeryre T3-dj(t)-mrj-r , with cartouches of Psammetikhos I on arms, black granite, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 22696.

Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 44-5 [46] Tav. xxxvii (as No. 195 and temp. Psammetikhos II and Apries); M. P[antazzi] in Egyptomania. L'Égypte dans l'art occidental 1730-1930 fig. 2 on 189; Seyffarth MSS. iii. 2366-82. Text, Wiedemann in Rec. Trav. vi (1885), 124 [8]; Piehl, Inscr. hiéro. 1 Sér. xxviii [F]; Marucchi, Museo Egizio 62-3 [89]. See id. Guide du Musée Égyptien du Vatican 23-4 [99].

801-755-402

Man, 'white marble', Late Period, in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 22748.

Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 57-8 [96] Tav. xxxvii [96] (as No. 200).

801-755-410

Man, granite, Dyn. XXVI, in Venice, Museo Archeologico del Palazzo Reale di Venezia.

Leospo in Siliotti, Viaggiatori veneti 198 [2] fig. on 199; H. W. Müller Archive 25 [II/971-6]. See Wiedemann in PSBA viii (1885-6), 89 [2]; Anti, C. Il Regio Museo Archeologico nel Palazzo Reale di Venezia (1930), 20 [2] (as Inv. 300).

801-755-420

Ankh-tjekerti n-tkrt , sm3-priest in Thebes, Prophet of Montu lord of Thebes, etc., son of Nekht[ef]mut Nt[.f ]-mwt and Tentsar T3-nt-s3r , King's daughter of Takelothis (probably III), with Osiris in relief on front, granodiorite or diorite, 2nd half of Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5085.

H. d[e] M[eulenaere] in Chron. d'Ég. lvii (1982), 218-22 figs. 1, 2; Brunner-Traut et al. Osiris, Kreuz und Halbmond No. 50 fig. (as greywacke); Rogge, Statuen Sp. 5-15 figs. Part of text, von Bergmann, Hieroglyphische Inschriften [etc.], 7 Taf. 4 [lower].

801-755-425

Har(en)tabat rw-(n-)t3-b3t, God's father, Beloved of the god, son of Hor rw, Prophet of Amenemopet, and Esireshti 3st-rtj , Sistrum-player of Amun-Re, with text mentioning Amun-Re lord of the Throne of the Two Lands, foremost of Karnak, etc., granodiorite, early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in O. Smith colln., now in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 9639.

Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 151 fig. (as granite); id. Götter, Menschen, Pharaonen Kat. 148 fig. (as granite); Satzinger, Das Kunsthistorische Museum in Wien. Die Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung (1994), 116-17 Abb. 81; id. in Schade-Busch, M. (ed.), Wege öffnen. Festschrift für Rolf Gundlach zum 65. Geburtstag 258-63 Taf. 19 [b]; FERE photo. 7378. Text, Gardiner MSS. 28.217 (rubbings).

801-755-430

Djeptahefankh Dd-pt-jw.f-n, Judge in the temple of Ptah, etc., son of Neferronpet Nfr-rnpt, Judge in the temple of Ptah, etc., front half lost, green schist, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Zagreb, Arheoloki Muzej, 39 (Koller 669).

Monnet Saleh, Les Antiquités égyptiennes de Zagreb 54 [39] figs. Text, Wiedemann in Rec. Trav. viii (1886), 65-6 [5] (as syenite); id. Aegyptische Inschriften aus dem Museum zu Agram 8 [15] (as granite). See Ljubi, S. Popis arkeologickoga odjela nar. zem. muzeja u Zagrebu (1889), 11 [24] (as granite).

801-755-450

Pedehor P3-dj-rw, Chamberlain of the divine adoratress, dedicated by son Weebre-nebpehti W3-jb-r -nb-ptj (Theb. tb. 191), with Abydos fetish in relief on front and two figures of Osiris on back, temp. Psammetikhos I, in T. E. Bachman colln. and in New York, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1962, then in S. L. Breitbart colln. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1990, and in C. Michailidis colln., 1990.143, in 2000.

Eisenberg, J. M. A Catalog of Egyptian and Other Near Eastern Antiquities 42 (Dec. 1962), No. 21 fig.; The Breitbart Collection [etc.] = Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 20, 1990, No. 15 figs.

801-755-460

Penhet-bit Pn-wt-bjt, Overseer of singers of Osiris-Ity, Neith of the white and red crowns, the good god Menkheperre son of Re Necho I, Merts of Upper and Lower Egypt, and the temple of Selkis in the Xoïte nome, son of Irefaenneit Jr.f-3-n-nt and Esi(em)khebi 3st-(m-)3-bjt, with shrine of Neith on front, and text stating that it was set up by sons in the temple of Neith mistress of Sais, basalt, probably temp. Psammetikhos I, in Count Andrea de Beaumont Bonelli colln. in 1960. (Bought at Barletta, near Cannes.)

De Meulenaere in BIFAO lx (1960), 117-29 pls. xi-xiii; Budischovsky, M.-C. La Diffusion des cultes isiaques autour de la Mer Adriatique i, 16-18 [xiv, 1] pls. vii, viii.

801-755-470

Pefteu(em)a(ui)neit P3.f-t3w-(m-) (wj)-nt, with text mentioning Sais, black granite, probably Dyn. XXVI, in the Egyptian Collection at Chiddingstone Castle (D. E. Bower Bequest).

801-755-480 (equals 801-755-450)

801-755-490

Man, with figure of Osiris on front, basalt, Late Period, formerly in R. T. Clough colln. and at Christie's in 1970.

Christie Sale Cat. (R. T. Clough), March 10, 1970, No. 310 pl. vi (as 4th c. BC).

801-755-500

Man, with two seated deities on front, probably Late Period, in Paris, Drouot-Richelieu, in 1989.

La Gazette de l'Hôtel Drouot 98 [37] (Oct. 27, 1989), fig. on 30 [left].

801-755-510

Block-statuette of man, pink granite, probably Late Period, in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1998 and 2000.

Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt xxv (Sept. 1998), No. 10 fig.; xxvii (Sept. 2000), No. 10 figs. (both as Dyn. XXVI).

801-755-550

Man, grey granite, probably Late Period, formerly in P. Irvine colln. and at Sotheby's in 1981.

Sotheby Sale Cat. May 18, 1981, No. 279 fig.

801-755-580

Hor rw, First prophet at Karnak, son of Ankh(pe)khrod n-(p3-)hrd, with three small figures on front, Late Period or Ptolemaic, with Khawam (dealer) in Cairo in 1966.

801-755-585

Block-statue of Djedkhy Ddjj , Prophet of Khons lord of Smaen-behdet (Tell el-Balamûn), Prophet of Thoth, head and front of base lost, probably early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in E. and M. Kofler-Truniger colln.

H. W. Müller Archive 73 [145/12-20, 28, 34-5].

801-755-600

Pashenptah P3-rj-n-pt, Prophet of Bubastis mistress of Ankhtaui, Master of the secrets of the temple of Ptah, etc., son of Nadegaubaste N3-dg(3)-b3stt (mother), headless, with text mentioning altar of Ptah-Sokari, granite, end of Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in Maneserro colln. in 1976. (Probably from the Memphite area.)

Vernus in BIFAO 76 (1976), 1-3 [A] pls. i-iv.

801-755-605

Man, head, parts of legs, back pillar and base lost, schist, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in G. McKinley colln. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1999.

Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 5, 1999, No. 63 fig.

801-755-610

Pedesi P3-dj-3st , Prophet-mediator of Osiris, Overseer of wab-priests of Sekhmet, etc., son of Ankh-harsiesi n-rw-s3-3st, Prophet-mediator of Osiris, Overseer of wab-priests of Sekhmet, etc., Dyn. XXVI, in G. Michaelidis colln. in or before 1984.

Text, von Känel, Les prêtres-ouâb de Sekhmet 89 [41, B].

801-755-615

Man, inscribed, small, steatite, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Monnier colln. and in New York - Beverly Hills - London, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1997.

Eisenberg, J. M. Art of the Ancient World. Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Egyptian & Near Eastern Antiquities ix (Jan. 1997), No. 182 fig.

801-755-630

Paker(er)(?) P3-r(r)(?) , Overseer of the troop of recruits, son of Harwodj rw-wd3, with text mentioning Horus-Kanufer, green basalt, probably early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Omar Pasha Sultan and Barratt-Brown collns. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1997.

Collection de feu Omar Pacha Sultan, Le Caire. Catalogue descriptif (1929), i, Art égyptien No. 403 pl. lxii (as Dyn. XXII or XXVI); Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 17, 1997, No. 52 figs. (as temp. Psammetikhos I); Minerva 8 [6] (Nov.-Dec. 1997), fig. on 45 (as temp. Psammetikhos I); Eisenberg, J. M. in ib. 9 [2] (March-April 1998), 31 fig. 4 (as temp. Psammetikhos I).

801-755-640

Man, Dyn. XXVI, in Paris, Orient-Occident, in 1964.

Salmann, G. S. in The Connoisseur 157 (1964), fig. 4 on 44.

801-755-650

Khreduasha Hrdw-3, Door-opener of the temple of Mut, son of Hor rw and Neferankhet Nfr(t)-nt, small, serpentine, Late Period, formerly in G. Chatfield Pier colln. (Possibly from Karnak.)

Pier, G. Chatfield, Egyptian Antiquities in the Pier Collection i (1906), 12 [6] pl. xi [6].

801-755-660

Head and left shoulder from block-statue, granodiorite, Dyn. XXV, in London - New York - Beverly Hills, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1999.

Eisenberg, J. M. Art of the Ancient World. Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Egyptian, & Near Eastern Antiquities x (Jan. 1999), No. 182 fig. (as 'Ity, web-priest' and mentioning Amun); Minerva 8 [6] (Nov.-Dec. 1997), fig. on 64 (as 'Ity, web-priest' and mentioning Amun).

801-755-670

Man, inscribed, front of base with parts of feet lost, green basalt, probably early Dyn. XXVI, in London, Spink & Son Ltd. and at Sotheby's in 1926.

The Antiquarian Quarterly 5 (March 1926), pl. xiii; Sotheby Sale Cat. July 22-3, 1926, No. 59 pl. i (as 'Hereditary chief, Governor of the City' and Dyn. XII).

801-755-675

Man, with figure of Osiris incised on front and text, hard(?) black stone, Late Period, at Sotheby's in 1981.

Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 14-15, 1981, No. 96 fig.

801-755-677

Pedehorresnet P3-dj-rw-rsnt, Chief steward of the divine adoratress, with owner before Amun and Osiris incised on front, temp. Psammetikhos I, at Sotheby's in 1985.

Sotheby Sale Cat. May 20, 1985, No. 157 pl. xv.

801-755-679

Heribesnef Hr-jb.s-n.f, Overseer of linen of Amun in the 1st phyle, son of Ankh-khons n-nsw and Esireshti 3st-r(tj), Sistrum-player of Amun-Re, lower part, with owner before Osiris incised on front, black basalt, Late Period or Ptolemaic, at Sotheby's in 1988.

Sotheby Sale Cat. May 23, 1988, No. 155 figs. See ib. Dec. 12, 1988, No. 269.

801-755-681

Man, lower part, with figure of Osiris on front, Greek inscription on front and base, red granite, Late Period, at Sotheby's in 1996 and Sotheby's (New York) in 1997.

Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 10, 1996, No. 58 fig.; Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 17, 1997, No. 270 fig.

801-755-690

Man, feet and base lost, with baboon in relief on front, text on back pillar, diorite, Dyn. XXVI-XXX, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1992.

Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 25, 1992, No. 32 fig.

801-755-730

Man, upper part, with hawk-headed Harsiesi and Re-Harakhti and lion-headed Maet, in barque on back pillar, basalt, late Dyn. XXV to Dyn. XXVI, formerly in private possession in Switzerland and at Christie's in 1982.

Christie Sale Cat. July 2, 1982, No. 179 figs.

801-755-731

Bes(en)mut Bs-(n-)mwt, green felspar, Dyn. XXV-XXVI, at Christie's in 1976 and 1981-2, then in private possession in Switzerland in 1985.

Christie Sale Cat. July 6, 1976, No. 116 pl. 28; May 20, 1981, No. 216 fig.; July 2, 1982, No. 178 fig.; Schlögl in Vom Euphrat zum Nil No. 18 fig. (as serpentine).

801-755-732

Block-statue of Pefteu(em)a(ui)esi P3.f-t3w-(m-) (wj)-3st , 'honoured by Neith mistress of Sais', son of Harkhebi rw-(m-)3-bjt, Director of the Mansions, granodiorite, Dyn. XXVI-XXX, in private possession in Switzerland in 1998.

A. W[iese] in Page-Gasser, M. and Wiese, A. B. Ägypten. Augenblicke der Ewigkeit (1997), 235-6 [154] figs. on 234-5; Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 8 [4] (July-Aug. 1997), 14 fig. 15.

Wood.

801-755-810

Man, Late Period, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 11856.

Schulz, Entwicklung ii, 553-4 Taf. 142 [a]. See Ausf. Verz. 260.

801-755-850

Man, probably Late Period, formerly in G. Acerbi colln., now in Mantua, Galleria e Museo di Palazzo Ducale, Inv. 33.

Donatelli, La raccolta egizia di Giuseppe Acerbi No. 4 fig. (as Dyn. XIX).

Faience.

801-755-920

Khensmosi nsw-ms, God's father of Anubis the Great, son of Djeharefankh Dd-rw-(jw.)f-n, Prophet of Anubis the Great, glassy faience, Dyn. XXV, in Washington (D.C.), Freer Gallery of Art, 09.146.

Cooney in Journal of Glass Studies ii (1960), 35-6 figs. 27-8.

Block-statues with naos.

Stone.

801-756-500

...mut ...mwt , Chamberlain of the divine adoratress, wab-priest of Amun lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, son of Pedepabak-wer P3-dj-p3-b3-wr , incomplete upper part, with Amun and two goddesses in naos, name of Shepenwept I or II p-n-wpt I or II , Divine adoratress, grey granite, Dyn. XXV-XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 1053.

Borchardt, Statuen iv, 40 (text). See Bosse, Die menschliche Figur [etc.], 51 [134].

Prostrate.

Bronze.

801-758-010

Haremhab(?) rw-m-b(?), 'honoured by Neith mistress of Sais', Dyn. XXVI-XXXI, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 1179 (old 640).

Müller, H. W. in Studi Rosellini ii, 221 n. 1 pl. xxxi.

Unusual.

Bronze.

801-760-010

Man, kneeling on one knee, holding small figure of a goddess, Late Period, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1851. (Possibly from Saqqâra.)

Pernigotti, La collezione egiziana 118 fig. [right]. See Kminek-Szedlo, Cat. 161.

801-760-050

Djeho Dd-rw , a pygmy, son of Djedjehutesankh Dd-dwtj-jw.s-n (mother), feet lost, Dyn. XXIX-XXX, in Cairo Mus.

Daressy in ASAE iv (1903), 124-5 pl. (as JE 27708 in error); Schrumpf-Pierron in Aesculape 24 [9] (1934), 236 fig. 22; Rupp, A. in Chron. d'Ég. xl (1965), 304 [4 P] figs. 1, 2 on 306 (from Daressy).

Faience.

801-760-300

Man seated on the ground playing double oboe, with monkey on shoulders and vase between feet, Dyn. XXVI, in Louvre, E.25477.

Vandier in La Revue du Louvre xii (1962), 294 fig. 1; Ziegler, Catalogue des instruments de musique égyptiens fig. on 89.

Terracotta.

801-760-400

Prisoner, inscribed, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. JE 65846.

See Posener in MDAIK 16 (1958), 255 [top].

Ancestral busts.

Stone.

801-761-100

Bust, possibly Late Period, in Yonne-Auxerre, Hôtel des Ventes d'Auxerre, in 1990.

La Gazette de l'Hôtel Drouot 99 [11] (March 16, 1990), fig. on 287 [1st row, 1st from left].



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