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

Statues of deities. Anthropomorphic. Male
802-000-020 to 802-053-250 (pages 1021-1082 of the printed version)
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STATUES OF DEITIES

ANTHROPOMORPHIC

Pairs or groups (at least one anthropomorphic)

Except for Isis nursing Horus (see Isis)

Stone.

802-000-020
Winged Isis protecting Osiris, dedicated by Pefteu(em)a(ui)sekhmet P3.f-t3w-(m-) w(j)-smt , son of Iamun J-jmnand Tjera Tr3, schist, Dyn. XXVI, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.199.
G. E. M[arkoe] in Capel, A. K. and Markoe, G. E. (eds.), Mistress of the House, Mistress of Heaven. Women in Ancient Egypt 125-6 [57] figs.

802-000-030
[Ptah], Sekhmet and Nefertem, incomplete, dedicated by Painmu P3-jn-mw, a-priest, wife Tasen(tnet)hor T3-sn(t-nt-)rw, and son, Late Period, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 12709.
See Ausf. Verz. 248.

802-000-035
Osiris protected by headless winged Isis, schist, dedicated by Shep(en)-iusas p-(n-)jws-3s , son of Djeinhert(ef)ankh Dd-jnrt-jw(.f)-n and Anteupana(?) n-tw-p3-n(?) , schist, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 39271.
Daressy, Statues 318 pl. lix.

802-000-040
Amun and hawk-headed Re-Harakhti seated, dedicated by Tuiutuia Twjw-twj3 , Scribe, slate, New Kingdom, in Cairo Mus. JE 67923.
Hornemann, Types iv, pl. 1122; Arch. Lacau phot. O. i, 9.

802-000-070
Theban triad seated, lower part, dedicated by Iaunufer J3w-nfr, First royal butler of His Majesty, etc., steatite, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 587.
Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 48 [78], 80 pls. 89, 90 (as basalt); Jørgensen, M. Egypt II (1550-1080 B.C.). Catalogue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 284-5 [117] fig. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 170-1 [A.112]; (1908), 210-11 [E.124] (both as probably basalt); Vandier, Manuel iii, 631 (as basalt).

802-000-150
Ibis-headed Thoth flanked by Sheps and Nehebanet (i.e. Nehemawat) (Triad of Hermopolis), in niche (house altar), inscribed, basalt, Dyn. XIX, in Luzern, Ars Antiqua AG, in 1959, now in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 6295. (Probably from el-Ashmûnein.)
Antike Kunstwerke. Ars Antiqua AG Luzern Auktion May 2, 1959, No. 15 Taf. 7 (as Ptolemaic); Wildung in Münchner Jahrb. 3 Ser. xxxi (1980), 263 Abb. 4 (as 5 in caption); id. Fünf Jahre Neuerwerbungen der Staatlichen Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst München 1976-1980, 32 fig.; Parlebas in SAK 8 (1980), 229-30 Taf. x; Schoske et al. 'Anch' Blumen für das Leben. Pflanzen im alten Ägypten 131 [57] fig.

802-000-160
Ptah of Ramesses II and ram-headed Harsaphes, upper part of seated statuette, black granite, Dyn. XIX, in New Haven (Conn.), Yale University Art Gallery, YAG 1955.51.14.
Scott, Anc. Eg. Art No. 68 figs.

802-000-180
Statuette of Amun-Re of Karnak and Mut of Asher, seated, with hymn on back, greywacke, end of Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, N.3566.
Pijoán, Summa Artis iii (1945), fig. 391; de Montgon, A. L'Égypte fig. on 57; Vandier, Manuel iii, 636 pl. cxxxvi [5] (as schist and probably temp. Sethos I); Eg. Mythology fig. on 94 [left]; Michalowski, Art fig. 529 (as slate and early Dyn. XIX); Kanawaty in BSFÉ 104 (1985), 38 pl. iii [a]; Schumann Antelme, Dieux et légendes divines de l'Égypte ancienne fig. 7 (as schist and Dyn. XIX); Donadoni, Archéo. L'Encyclopédie de l'archéologie ii, fig. on 25 (as Dyn. XIX); Müller, M. in Jahrbuch der Berliner Museen N.F. 31 (1989), 22 [15]; Barbotin, C. in Louvre. Les Antiquités égyptiennes i (1997), 164-5 fig. on 165 [upper] (as serpentine); Archives phot. E.846 (3 photographs); Arch. Lacau phot. O. ii (one item). See Boreux, Guide ii, 483; Vandier, Guide (1948), 54 (as sandstone); (1952), 55 (as sandstone); (1973), 104.

802-000-200
Seth 'in Thebes' and probably Anta (but text mentions Nephthys in Wenset), lower legs lost, steatite, temp. Ramesses II, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.3374.
Pleyte, Lettre à Monsier Théodule Devéria ... sur quelques monuments relatifs au dieu Set (1863), 22 pls. i, ii [1, 3]; Lanzone, Diz. 1138 Tav. ccclxxii; Vandier, Manuel iii, 636 pl. cxxxvii [3]. Upper part of Seth, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xvi (1894), 169 fig. 4. See Vandier, Guide (1948), 51; (1952), 52; (1973), 98.

802-000-300
Isis protecting Osiris and Horus, dark green stone, Dyn. XXVI, in Luzern, Ars Antiqua A. G., in 1961.
Antike Kunstwerke. Ars Antiqua A. G. Luzern Auktion III April 29, 1961, No. 5 Taf. 6; H. W. Müller Archive 76 [I/1124-7].

802-000-320
Upper parts of two gods, no text but probably Onuris and Shu, probably New Kingdom, formerly in A. Eid colln. and at Sotheby's in 1969.
Zayed, Egyptian Antiquities 10 [2261] fig. 10 (as king and Onuris). See Sotheby Sale Cat. Oct. 14, 1969, No. 168.

802-000-400
Osiris seated and Isis and Nephthys standing, large, with long text in eight columns on back, Dyn. XVIII-XIX, in private possession in England in 1994.

Bronze.

802-000-610
Osiris, Isis and [Horus], dedicated by Esptah Ns-pt, son of Hor rw, Prophet, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 8870. (Bought in Alexandria.)
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 491 [664, e] Abb. 760 Taf. 66 [c]. See Ausf. Verz. 293.

802-000-620
Osiris-Onnophris protected by winged Isis, dedicated by Pedehor P3-dj-rw, Late Period, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 13778.
Erman, Die ägyptische Religion (1905), Abb. 40; Hunger, J. and Lamer, H. Altorientalische Kultur im Bilde Abb. 9; Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 496-7 [668, b] Abb. 771-3 Taf. 67; id. Mythen und Legenden um ägyptische Gottheiten und Pharaonen Taf. 11; Dunand, F. Le Culte d'Isis dans le bassin oriental de la Méditerranée i, pl. iv. See Ausf. Verz. 291; Kaiser, Äg. Mus. Berlin (1967), 21 [204].

802-000-625
Osiris seated and Isis and Horus standing, dedicated by Pedeneit P3-dj-nt, son of Pedesi P3-dj-3st , Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 39219 (JE 7171).
Mariette, Album du Musée de Boulaq (1872), pl. 5 [106]; Daressy, Statues 304 pl. lviii. See Mariette, Notice des principaux monuments [etc.] (1864), 90 [2] (as from the Serapeum at Saqqâra).

802-000-640
Isis, Nephthys and Harpocrates, dedicated by Pedeneshmet P3-dj-nmt, Late Period, in Halle, Robertinum, Archäologisches Museum der Martin-Luther-Universität, Sammlung Kurth 210.
Vahlen, A. in Stelzer, G. and U. Bildhandbuch der Kunstsammlungen in der DDR (1990), fig. on 479 [left upper].

802-000-800
Neith seated, with Horus (= Harpocrates) standing, dedicated by Wehebre W3-jb-r , son of Nekau-nebpeht(i) Nk3w-nb-pt(j) and Merptah(iot)es Mr-pt-j(t).s , early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price colln. and at Sotheby's in 1911.
Hilton Price, Cat. i, 279-80 [2402] fig. (as from â el-agar). See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hilton-Price), July 12-21, 1911, No. 313 (as from â el-agar).

Faience.

802-000-900
Ptah, lion-headed Sekhmet and Nefertem, dedicated by Patj[enfi] P3-t[nf], Head of the altars in the Great Mansion, etc., probably temp. Psammetikhos I, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 1050.
Von Steinbüchel, A. Beschreibung der k. k. Sammlung (1826), figs. on cover; el-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 11 (1988), 15-20 figs.

Male deities

Including Bes

Amun, Amun-Re, Amun-Re-Kamutf or Amenemopet.
Stone.

802-002-050
Statue of almost certainly Amun seated, headless, re-inscribed for Ay but originally probably temp. Tutankhamun, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 10503.
See Vandier, Manuel iii, 630; Peck, W. H. in JEA 57 (1971), 74-5.

802-002-100
Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, foremost of Karnak, seated, with text on back pillar and underside of base, glazed steatite, probably Ramesside, in London, British Museum, EA 60033.
Arundale, F. and Bonomi, J. Gallery of Antiquities Selected from the British Museum 3-4 pl. 1 [2].

802-002-150
Amun-Re seated, with text of Sethos I, black granite, temp. Sethos I, formerly in Rome, Museo Rolandi, now in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 22679.
Visconti, E. Q. Il Museo Pio-Clementino ii (1784), 31-9 Tav. xvi and A [8] at end; de Clarac, Musée de sculpture v, pl. 984A [2537]; Texte v, 283 (as breccia); von Bissing, Denkmäler, Text to Taf. 46A [fig.]; de Montgon, A. L'Égypte fig. on 79 (as Sethos I); Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 21-2 [29] Tav. xxi [29], xxiv [29] (as No. 26); Vandier, Manuel iii, 645 pl. cxxxvi [4] (from Botti and Romanelli); Rosati and Buranelli, Les Égyptiens et les Étrusques. Musées du Vatican 18-19 [13] fig.; Alinari photo. 27030. See Marucchi, Museo Egizio 51-2 [70]; id. Guide du Musée Égyptien du Vatican (1927), 15 [13] (as basalt).

802-002-250
Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Lands, dedicated by Pedubaste P3-dj-b3stt, probably Late Period, formerly in J. Menascé colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1891.
Incomplete text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xvi (1894), 61 [2]. See Antiquités égyptiennes. Collection ... Menascé. Vente ... Hôtel Drouot, 23-4 fév. 1891, No. 2.

Bronze.

802-002-520
Statuette of Amun, dedicated by a Prophet of Amun the Great one in Netjerit (Babît el-igâra), bronze, probably 3rd Int. Period, formerly in P. Drey colln., now in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 37.4.
Spiegelberg in Pantheon vi (1930), 384-6 Abb. 1-3; Comstock, H. in The Connoisseur xcix (1937), fig. on 39 (as Dyn. XVIII); Dunham in Master Bronzes Selected from Museums and Collections in America (The Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, Feb. 1937), No. 45 fig. (as Dyn. XVIII and from el-Minya); Pritchard, Anc. Near East 316 fig. 552 (as Dyn. XVIII-XXVI and from el-Minya).

802-002-530
Ithyphallic Amenemopet, dedicated by Sheshonk n, God's father, son of Mehytenwaskhet Mjjt-(nt-)wst(mother), Dyn. XXV-XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 38480 (probably JE 27016).
Daressy, Statues 128-9 pl. xxvii.

802-002-540
Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands seated, dedicated by Ankhnesneferbre n-n.s-nfr-jb-r , Songstress of the interior of Amun, and Neitikert Nt-jrt, [First] prophetess of Amun, daughter of Amasis and Ankhnesneferbre n-n.s-nfr-jb-r , Divine adoratress, bronze, temp. Amasis, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 10584.
De Meulenaere, H. in JEA 54 (1968), 186 pl. xxix [2, 3]; A Guide to the Oriental Institute Museum (1982), fig. 14.

802-002-600
Amun as warrior with facial features of Bes, dedicated by Esptah Ns-pt , son of Wenem(di)amun Wn-m(dj.j-)jmn and Pes-herinuter P3.s-rj-ntr , probably Dyn. XXVI, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, M.11594.
Gatty, C. T. Catalogue of the Mayer Collection i (1879), 4 [2] fig.; Wilkinson, M. and C. ed. Birch iii, 13 (no. 496) (as not later than Dyn. XXII); Lanzone, Diz. 42-3 Tav. xxi [3]; Hilton Price in PSBA xxiii (1901), 35 pl. i (from cast); Handbook and Guide to the Egyptian Collection on Exhibition in the Public Museums, Liverpool (1932), 47 [35] pl. 12; De Meulenaere in OMRO N.R. xxx (1949), 10-15 pl. iii [2]; Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 46 [67, d] Taf. 71 [f]; Shore, A. F. in Gibson, M. and Wright, S. M. (eds.), Joseph Mayer of Liverpool 1803-1886, 61 pl. xiv [b] (as Ptolemaic or early Roman Period); Bienkowski, P. and Tooley, A. M. J. Gifts of the Nile. Ancient Egyptian Arts and Crafts in Liverpool Museum pl. 93 (as Graeco-Roman). See De Meulenaere in Bibliotheca Orientalis l (1993), 631 [top].

802-002-610
Statuette of ithyphallic Amun-Re-Kamutf, with cartouche of Ankh(ne)sneferebre n-(n.)s-nfr-jb-r , Divine adoratress, dedicated by Tjahorpakhepesh T3j-rw-p3-p, Chamberlain of the divine adoratress, etc., son of Ibi Jbj, Chamberlain of the divine adoratress, etc., and Ibet Jbt, bronze, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in H. Salt colln. and at Sotheby's in 1835, now in London, British Museum, EA 60042. (Said to come from Thebes.)
Arundale, F. and Bonomi, J. Gallery of Antiquities Selected from the British Museum 6 pl. 3 [4]; Leclant in Mélanges Maspero i [4], 89-90 figs. 9, 10; Graefe, Untersuchungen zur Verwaltung und Geschichte der Institution der Gottesgemahlin [etc.], i, 224-7 [P 24] Taf. 10*, 20-1, 22 [a, b]; Baines, Fecundity Figures 268 figs. 157-61; Robins, G. The Art of Ancient Egypt (1997), 226 fig. 275. Two scenes with goddesses Mert on base and pedestal, Guglielmi, Die Göttin Mr.t Taf. xiv. See Sotheby Sale Cat. (Salt), June 29 - July 8, 1835, No. 816; Guide, 3rd and 4th 31 [11]; Guide, 4th to 6th 217 [11].

802-002-620
Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, etc., dedicated by Pedeneit P3-dj-nt, Chief steward of the divine adoratress, etc., son of Sheshonk n, Chief steward of the divine adoratress, etc., and Tairterau T3-jrt-r.w , end of Dyn. XXVI, in London, British Museum, EA 63581.
S. R. K. G[lanville] in Brit. Mus. Quarterly vii (1932-3), 47 pl. xx [a]; Leclant in Mélanges Maspero i [4], 88 figs. 7, 8; Graefe, Untersuchungen zur Verwaltung und Geschichte der Institution der Gottesgemahlin [etc.], i, 227-8 [P 25] Taf. 11*, 22 [c], 23 [a, d].

802-002-650
Amun, inscribed, Late Period, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 6827.
Pavlov and Khodzhash, Egipetskaya plastika 71, 106 figs. 132-4.

802-002-660
Statue of Amun-Re, dedicated by Necho II, bronze, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 6978.
Wildung, D. in Eaton-Krauss, M. and Graefe, E. (eds.), Studien zur ägyptischen Kunstgeschichte 72 Taf. 10 [7, 8]; Schoske, S. Egyptian Art in Munich 46 [40] fig.; id. (ed.), Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst München (1995), 60, 62 Abb. 64.

802-002-750
Statuette of Amun-Re, dedicated by Djeho Dd-rw, son of Shepenhor p-n-rw (mother), bronze, Dyn. XXVI, in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1972, then in G. Halpern colln. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1998.
Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt (June 1972), No. 16 fig.; Ede, C. Collecting Antiquities. An Introductory Guide (1976), fig. 241 [b] on 93; Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 17, 1998, No. 17 fig.

802-002-770
Amun, ithyphallic and headless, with bird body on back and two lion heads at feet, small obelisk behind him, dedicated by Ankh-userken n-wsrkn, 3rd Int. Period or Late Period, formerly in H. Hoffmann colln.
Legrain, Collection H. Hoffmann. Cat. des antiquités égyptiennes (1894), No. 390 fig. on 125.

802-002-780
Amun, but with text mentioning Sokari, dedicated by Pedubaste P3-dj-b3stt and Udjahormehent Wd3-rw-mnt, son of Esi 3st (mother), Dyn. XXIII, formerly in E. and M. Kofler-Truniger colln.
Müller, Äg. Kunstwerke ... Kofler-Truniger 78-9 [A 113] pls.; Schlögl, H. in Geschenk des Nils No. 272 pl.; Seipel, Bilder für die Ewigkeit No. 93 fig. See Zürich. 5000 Jahre 76 [218].

802-002-790
Amun, dedicated by Paramessu-nebweben P3-r-ms-sw-nb-wbn , King's son (of Ramesses II), etc., temp. Ramesses II, in G. Michaelidis colln. in 1943.
Brunton, G. in ASAE xliii (1943), 145-6 fig. 37. Text, Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. ii, 914 [D].

802-002-800
Amun-Re in the form usually associated with Onuris, dedicated by Esptah Ns-pt , son of Wenemdiamun Wn-mdj(.j)-jmn and P[es-]herinuter P3[.s-]rj-ntr, probably Dyn. XXVI, formerly in L. Hirsch and E. Brummer collns., then in Resandro colln. in 1992.
Ernest Brummer Colln. ii, No. 520 fig.; Wildung, Entdeckungen No. 111 fig.; Schoske and Wildung, Gott und Götter im Alten Ägypten 34-5 [18] figs. (both as 3rd Int. Period). See De Meulenaere in Bibliotheca Orientalis l (1993), 630-1 [18].

Atum.
Bronze.

802-004-700
Statuette of Atum, dedicated by Pedesi P3-dj-3st, son of Harwodj rw-wd3 , bronze, probably Dyn. XXVI-XXVII, formerly in Omar Pasha Sultan colln., now in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1969.490.
Collection de feu Omar Pacha Sultan, Le Caire. Catalogue descriptif No. 46 pl. i [bottom row, near right] (as seated); Ashmolean Museum. Report of the Visitors 1969, 7, 15 pl. ii; Baines, J. in JEA 56 (1970), 135-40 fig. 1 pl. lxiii; id. and Málek, Atlas fig. on 217 [upper left]; Moorey, Ancient Egypt (1970), 62 pl. 31; (1988), 50 pl. 37. See Baines, J. in JEA 58 (1972), 303-4 (as possibly even Dyn. XXX).

Bes.
Stone.

802-006-100
Bes, lower part, dedicated by Sheshonk n, First prophet of Amun-Re, Great general in chief, son of Osorkon I, arragonite, temp. Osorkon I, in Durham, Oriental Museum, N.313.
Romano, J. F. The Bes-Image in Pharaonic Egypt 575-7 [199] figs.; Jansen-Winkeln in JEA 81 (1995), 129-32 figs. 1, 2 pls. xi, xii. Text, Birch, Cat. ... Alnwick Castle 33-4; Legrain in Rec. Trav. xxx (1908), 160 [Doc. 9]; Wilkinson MSS. xxv. 47-8.

Bronze.

802-006-700
Pantheistic winged Bes, dedicated by Pakhar P3-r, Hereditary prince, etc., son of Ankhpekhrod n-p3-hrd and Shepenesi p-n-3st, with cartouches of Psammetikhos I 'beloved of Haroeris' on base and magical texts on pedestal, bronze inlaid with gold, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.11554.
Pettazzoni, R. in L'Antiquité Classique xviii (1949), 274-5 pl. v [9, 10]; id. The All-knowing God 58-9 fig. 1 [a, b]; Festugière, A. J. in Rev. d'Ég. 8 (1951), 68-9 pl. 3; Leca, Médecine fig. 108; C. Z[iegler] in Naissance de l'écriture No. 260 fig.; id. in La Revue du Louvre xlv [1] (1996), 32 figs. 8, 15 [5]; id. in Andreu, G. et al. L'Égypte ancienne au Louvre (1997), 186-8 [93] fig.; Maruejol, F. in Guillais, S.-C. (ed.), L'Art du Monde au Musée du Louvre. L'Orient ancien et l'Égypte fig. on 174; Koenig, Magie et magiciens dans l'Égypte ancienne 8th pl. after 258.

Hapi or Osiris-Hapi.
Bronze.

802-008-680
Statuette of Hapi holding [object], dedicated by Tjaihepimu T3j-p-jm.w, son of Ptahardais Pt-jr-dj-s, bronze, Late Period, in Lyons, Musée des Beaux-Arts, H.1517.
De Montfaucon, B. L'Antiquité expliquée [etc.], Supplément ii (1724), 144 pl. xxxix [1]; Devéria in Bibl. Ég. iv, 100 [70] pl. i [70]; Yoyotte in BSFÉ 95 (1982), 84 fig. 2; Dewachter, M. in Hommages à François Daumas (1986), 195-6 figs. 3, 4 (latter from de Montfaucon); Gabolde, M. in Les Réserves de Pharaon. L'Égypte dans les collections du Musée des Beaux-Arts (1988), 50-1 fig. on 51; Galliano, G. Les Antiquités. Guide des collections (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, 1997), 35 fig. [right].

802-008-700
Osiris-Hapi seated, dedicated by Hor rw, son of Penheru P3-n-hrw , Dyn. XXVI or later, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 5498.
Mat'e, Drevneegipetskie mif 155 pl. i [1]; Pavlov and Khodzhash, Egipetskaya plastika 80, 107 figs. 172, 174-6.

802-008-750
Hapi, dedicated by Imhotep Jj-m-tp, son of Pedehor P3-dj-rw, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Paris, Musée Guimet, 2538.
Text, Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 89 [130, a] Abb. 121.

802-008-950
Statuette of god holding [object], uninscribed but probably Hapi, headless, bronze, probably Dyn. XVIII, in private possession in Switzerland in 1998.
Scott III, G. D. Dynasties: The Egyptian Royal Image in the New Kingdom [ = Varia Aegyptiaca 10 [1] (1995)], 29 [15] fig. (as temp. Amenophis IV); A. W[iese] in Page-Gasser, M. and Wiese, A. B. Ägypten. Augenblicke der Ewigkeit (1997), 129-31 [78] figs. (as probably temp. Amenophis III).

Harpocrates and various other forms of Horus as a child.
Includes Harpocrates, Harsiesi, Harsomtus, Harpsenesis and Harkhons.

Stone.

802-010-200
Harpocrates seated, dedicated by Harkhebi rw-(m-)3-bjt, Prophet of Amun, etc., son of Ptahhotep Pt-tp and Depes Dps, green schist, Late Period, formerly in de Boze colln., now in Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, 234.
De Montfaucon, B. L'Antiquité expliquée [etc.], Supplément ii (1724), 195 pl. liii [4].

Bronze.

802-010-479
Harpocrates, 'twice great', 'the first of Amun', seated, wearing tall plumes and sun-disc, dedicated by a son of Esharpekhrod Ns-rw-p3-hrd, Dyn. XXX or Ptolemaic, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.32. (Probably from Memphis.)
E. W[armenbol] & L. D[elvaux] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 101 [70] fig. (with text) (read the name of dedicator as Pedeamun). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 11 [48]; A Catalogue ... Collection of Egyptian Antiquities ... E. Allemant. Foster Sale Cat., London, May 9-10, 1878, No. 125; *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 14 [32]; Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 29 [35] (as from Thebes and probably Dyn. XXV).

802-010-480
Harpocrates, seated, dedicated by Hor rw , Door-opener, son of Pefteu(em)a(ui)neit P3.f-t3w-(m-)(wj)-nt, and Sitamun S3t{t}-jmn , Ptolemaic, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.100. (Probably from Abydos.)
E. W[armenbol] & L. D[elvaux] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 99 [66] fig. on 100 (with text). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 28 [142] (as Dyn. XXVI); A Catalogue ... Collection of Egyptian Antiquities ... E. Allemant. Foster Sale Cat., London, May 9-10, 1878, No. 244; *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 23 [100]; Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 29 [40] (as Dyn. XXVI).

802-010-481
Harpocrates, seated, dedicated by Esisut Ns-jswt, Assistant scribe(?), Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.102. (Probably from Benha.)
E. W[armenbol] & L. D[elvaux] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 99 [67] fig. (with text). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 29 [144] (as Dyn. XXVI); A Catalogue ... Collection of Egyptian Antiquities ... E. Allemant. Foster Sale Cat., London, May 9-10, 1878, No. 245; *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 23 [102]; Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 28-9 [34] (as late Saite).

802-010-488
Probably Harpocrates, dedicated by [Har]pekhrod-ioh [rw-]p3-hrd-j, son of Arhepermennufer r-p-r-mn-nfr (mother), Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 174.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 110 [156, d] Abb. 140-2.

802-010-490
Harsomtus, seated, wearing elaborate crown, dedicated by Harwodj rw-wd3 , Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2381. (Said to come from Saqqâra.)
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren130 [175, s] Abb. 183 Taf. 20 [g]. See Ausf. Verz. 292.

802-010-491
Probably Harpocrates, seated, inscribed but text much effaced, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2382. (Said to come from Saqqâra.)
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren130 [175, t] Abb. 184 Taf. 21 [c, d].

802-010-493
Harpocrates, seated, dedicated by Pefherinuter P3.f-rj-ntrj, God's father, Prophet, son of Djedjehutefankh Dd-dwtj-jw.f-n, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2388. (Said to come from Saqqâra.)
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 125 [173, h] Abb. 170-1 Taf. 19 [m, n]. See Ausf. Verz. 292.

802-010-499
Harpocrates, dedicated by Pabasa P3-bs, son of ...hor ...-rw, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2402.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 113 [159, k] Abb. 148 Taf. 16 [a, b]. See Kaiser, Äg. Mus. Berlin (1967), 21 [206].

802-010-500
Harpocrates, seated, dedicated by Esiardais 3st-jr-dj-s, son of Pedeneit P3-dj-nt , Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2403.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 125 [173, l] Abb. 174-5 Taf. 20 [a, b]. See Ausf. Verz. 292.

802-010-510
Harpocrates, 'twice great', 'the first(?) of Amun', seated, dedicated by Tawert(?) T3-wrt(?) (woman?), Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 13777.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 123-4 [172, l] Abb. 166-8 Taf. 18 [s]. See Ausf. Verz. 292.

802-010-512
Probably Harpocrates, right arm and lower left leg lost, inscribed, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 20176.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 113 [159, l] Abb. 149-51 Taf. 16 [d].

802-010-530
Harpocrates, but with text mentioning Osiris-Ioh, dedicated by Hor rw, son of Pedamenopet P3-dj-jmn-jpt, Late Period, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 160.
Pernigotti, La collezione egiziana 116 fig. (as possibly from Saqqâra). See Kminek-Szedlo, Cat. 16.

802-010-534
Bronze statuette of (Har)somtus 'the child', as nude child seated, dedicated by Pedeneheman P3-dj-nm-n, son of Irtharerau Jrt-rw-r.w and Tairterau T3-jrt-r.w, bronze, probably Ptolemaic, formerly in Baron E. de Meester de Ravestein colln., now in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.7565.
De Smet, P. in Bull. Mus. Roy. 60 (1989), 97-8 [v] fig. 5 (as perhaps from Ihnâsya el-Medîna). See E. de Meester de Ravestein, Musée de Ravestein i (1871), No. 58.

802-010-537
Harpocrates, 'twice great', 'the first of Amun', seated, dedicated by Djeho Dd-rw , son of Pedemin P3-dj-mnwand Tadeusiri T3-dj(t)-wsjr, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38168 (JE 25177).
See Daressy, Statues 51 (text).

802-010-538
Harpocrates, dedicated by ...dais ...dj-s, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38171 (probably JE 25471).
See Daressy, Statues 51 (text).

802-010-539
Probably Harpocrates, with text mentioning Pedehor P3-dj-rw, son of Irwahen Jrw3hn, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38174.
See Daressy, Statues 52 (text).

802-010-540
Harpocrates, dedicated by Nekhtefmut Nt.f-mwt, Chief of carriers, son of Hepardais p-jr-dj-s, Chief of carriers, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38180.
Text, de Rougé, Inscr. hiéro. pl. ccc [lower middle right]; Daressy, Statues 54. See Mariette, Notice des principaux monuments [etc.] (1864), 116 [137] (as from the Serapeum at Saqqâra).

802-010-541
Probably Harpocrates, dedicated by Usirardais Wsjr-jr-dj-s, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38186.
See Daressy, Statues 55 (text).

802-010-542
Harpocrates, with names of King Sewadjenre (Nebirierau I) and names of princes(?) Benpu Bnp and Ahmosi J -ms , Dyn. XVII, in Cairo Mus. CG 38189 (JE 2080). (Acquired in Luxor.)
Mariette, Monuments divers [etc.], 14 [b] pl. 48. Text, Daressy, Statues 55-6 (as Dyn. XXVI and from Sheikh Abd el-Qurna); Legrain, Répertoire No. 21. See Mariette, Notice des principaux monuments [etc.] (1864), 167-8 [400]; Lacau in BIFAO xxx (1931), 883-4; Vandier, Manuel iii, 623.

802-010-543
Harkhons, seated, dedicated by Imhotep Jj-m-tp, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38202.
See Daressy, Statues 58 (text).

802-010-544
Probably Harsomtus, dedicated by a son of Iohardais J-jr-dj-s, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38205.
See Daressy, Statues 59 (text).

802-010-548
Statuette of Harsiesi as a child, seated, dedicated by Harwodj rw-wd3, bronze, probably Ptolemaic, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1942.777.
Cooney in Cleveland Mus. Bull. lix (1972), 287 fig. 4; Zick, G. in Wallraf-Richartz-Jahrbuch xxxvii (1975), 224-5 Abb. 17; Berman, L. M. Catalogue of Egyptian Art 478 [372] fig.

802-010-550
Harpocrates 'the first of Amun', seated, wearing tall plumes and sun-disc, dedicated by Rer Rr, Prophet, sm3-priest in Koptos, son of Paiu(en)hor P3-jw-(n-)rw , Prophet, sm3-priest in Koptos, and Irterau Jrt-jr.w, Dyn. XXVI, in Frankfurt am Main, Liebieghaus, Museum alter Plastik, 1830.
Hofmann, E. in Statuetten, Gefässe und Geräte (Liebieghaus - Museum alter Plastik. Ägyptische Bildwerke ii), 290-3 [175] figs. (as perhaps Gebrer).

802-010-560
Harpocrates 'the first of Amun', seated, wearing tall plumes and sun-disc, dedicated by Hor rw, son of Metek Mt (mother), Late Period, in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1925.1.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 128 [175, h] Abb. 180 Taf. 76 [a].

802-010-570
Harpocrates 'the first of Amun', seated, dedicated by Irtharerau Jrt-rw-r.w , son of Pedusiri P3-dj-wsjr, Late Period, in Heidelberg, Ägyptologische Sammlung der Universität, 2128.
Feucht, Vom Nil zum Neckar Kat. 470 fig.

802-010-580
Harpsenesis (Harpocrates-of-Isis), seated on lotus, dedicated by Khamhor 3m-rw , son of Pashenesi P3-rj-n-3st, Late Period, in Hildesheim, Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Pelizaeus-Museum 60.
Ippel and Roeder, Denkmäler ... Hildesheim 38, 115 fig. on 116 [left]; Roeder in Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts 48 (1933), 260 Abb. 26; id. Äg. Bronzewerke 18-19 [80] Taf. 9 [c, d] Abb. 55a; Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 499; Kayser, Äg. Altertümer 87 Abb. 66 [left]; Clagett, M. Ancient Egyptian Science. A Source Book i [2], fig. II. 11 (as Dyn. XXVI). See De Meulenaere in Bull. Mus. Roy. 61 (1990), 67-8 [10].

802-010-590
Harpocrates 'in Mendes', with head of Osiris which does not belong, dedicated by Harnakht rw-nt, Prophet of Amun, son of Ankh-psametek n-psmtk , Prophet of Amun, and Irterau Jrt-r.w, Late Period, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, F.1931/2.5b (head is F.1931/2.5a).
See Raven in Sesto Congresso Internazionale di Egittologia. Atti i, 530.

802-010-600
Harpocrates, 'twice great', 'the first of Amun', seated, dedicated to Ankhnesneferebre n-n.s-nfr-jb-r , God's wife (daughter of Psammetikhos II) by Akhamen(em)operau 3t-jmn-(m-)jpt-r.w , Royal ointment-maker of the divine adoratress, son of Pefteu(em)a(ui)ubaste P3.f-t3w-(m-)wj-b3stt, temp. Psammetikhos II, in London, British Museum, EA 41607.
Graefe, Untersuchungen zur Verwaltung und Geschichte der Institution der Gottesgemahlin [etc.], i, 223-4 [P 23] Taf. 9*, 19. See Guide, 4th to 6th 220 [47].

802-010-620
Harpocrates, with Egyptian text mentioning Nesankh Ns-n, son of Pehy Phjj, and a Phoenician text, probably Dyn. XXVI, in London, British Museum, WA 132908.
Barnett, R. D. in Brit. Mus. Quarterly xxvii (1963), 85 pl. xli [a]; Ferron, J. in Rivista di Studi Fenici ii (1974), 77-95 Tav. xxii-xxiv (as beginning of 5th c. BC). See De Meulenaere in Bull. Mus. Roy. 61 (1990), 73-4 [20].

802-010-630
Harpocrates, seated, inscribed, Ptolemaic, in Marseilles, Musée d'Archéologie Méditerranéenne, 654.
Meeks, C. and D. La Collection égyptienne. Guide du visiteur fig. on 56. See Maspero, Cat. 116 [454]; Nelson, Cat. No. 198.

802-010-640
Harpocrates, dedicated by Pedeamun-pe(?) P3-dj-jmn-p(?)(?), son of Pedusiri... P3-dj-wsjr... and Tadeamun-paihu T3-dj(t)-jmn-p3-jhw , Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 6070.
Mat'e Drevneegipetskie mif 164 pl. xviii [1] (as Late Period); Pavlov and Mat'e, Pamyatniki pl. 103; Pavlov and Khodzhash, Egipetskaya plastika 69, 106 figs. 111-14 (as Late Period).

802-010-641
Harpocrates, dedicated by Pedeneferhotep P3-dj-nfr-tp, son of Pahes(?) P3-s(?)(?), Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 6071.
Pavlov and Khodzhash, Egipetskaya plastika 69, 106 figs. 115-18 (as Late Period).

802-010-660
Harpocrates, seated, wearing tall plumes and sun-disc, dedicated by Hor rw, son of Hernef Hr-n.f(mother), Late Period, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 298.
Text, Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 128 [175, h] Abb. 181.

802-010-661
Harpocrates, seated, dedicated by Psametek Psmtk , son of Pedehor P3-dj-rw and Kap K3p, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 4162.
Text, Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 129 [175, l] Abb. 182.

802-010-662
Bronze statuette of Harpocrates seated, dedicated by Hor rw , son of Pedenuter P3-dj-ntr, with names of Psammetikhos II, temp. Psammetikhos II, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 4173.
Text, Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 119 [170, b] Abb. 157.

802-010-690
Probably Harpocrates, seated, inscribed, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1998.
Bonhams. Antiquities. Sale Cat. Sept. 22, 1998, No. 79 fig.; Nov. 25, 1998, No. 302 fig.

802-010-700
Harpocrates 'in Busiris' (right arm lost), on throne formed by two lions, dedicated by Parana P3-r-n, son of Wen(em)diamun Wn-(m)dj(.j)-jmn and Esiardais 3st-jr-dj-s, probably Ptolemaic, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price colln. and at Sotheby's in 1911, then in W. Bonn colln. in 1948.
Burlington Cat. (1895), 69 [19] pl. xii [61]; Hilton Price, Cat. i, 259-60 [2282] fig. (as from â el-agar); Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hilton-Price), July 12-21, 1911, No. 288 pl. ix. Text, erný Notebook, 52, p. 3.

802-010-710
Probably Harpocrates, inscribed, probably Late Period, at Christie's (New York) in 1996.
Christie (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 18, 1996, No. 71 fig. (mother as Dje-esiankh).

802-010-715
Harpocrates, inscribed, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Vienna, Dorotheum, in 1997.
Dorotheum, Palais Dorotheum. Ausgrabungen. Auktion am 6. Dezember 1997, No. 207 fig. (as 'Pentja, son of Pen-ij-wa and Cha-es-aset' and 4th-3rd c. BC).

802-010-720
Harsiesi, dedicated by Amentefnakht Jmn-t3.f-nt, Late Period, formerly in D. Halpert colln., at Christie's (New York) in 1993 and in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1994.
Christie (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 15, 1993, No. 25 fig.; Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt xxi (April 1994), No. 21 fig.

802-010-740
Harpocrates, dedicated by Hor rw, son of Pedeamun-paihu P3-dj-jmn-p3-jhw , Late Period, in A. Gmür colln. in the 1950s.

802-010-750
Harpocrates, dedicated by Nakht Nt, son of Rementi Rmntj and Tjaenha(?) T3-n-3(?) , Late Period, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price and W. R. Hearst collns. and at Sotheby's in 1911 and 1939. (Said to come from el-Faiyûm.)
See Hilton Price, Cat. ii, 79 [4710] (text); Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hilton-Price), July 12-21, 1911, No. 286; ib. (Hearst), July 11-12, 1939, No. 101.

802-010-760
Harpocrates, seated, dedicated by Pes-heres P3s-hrs, probably Late Period, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price colln. and at Sotheby's in 1911.
See Hilton Price, Cat. i, 262 [2297] (text); Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hilton-Price), July 12-21, 1911, No. 296.

802-010-780
Harpocrates, dedicated by Pedesi P3-dj-3st, son of Nebankh Nb-n, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in J. Menascé colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1891.
Text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xvi (1894), 62 [317]. See Antiquités égyptiennes. Collection ... Menascé. Vente ... Hôtel Drouot, 23-4 fév. 1891, No. 317.

802-010-800
Harpocrates, dedicated by Meryre Mrjj-r , son of Har... rw... and Tent-hor T3-nt-rw, Dyn. XXVI, in Resandro colln. in 1992. (Probably from Tell Atrîb.)
Schoske and Wildung, Gott und Götter im Alten Ägypten 50 [30] figs. on 50 and 51 [left] (as Late Period or Ptolemaic). See De Meulenaere in Bibliotheca Orientalis l (1993), 631 [30].

802-010-810
Harpocrates, seated, left forearm and right hand lost, dedicated by Pedeamun P3-dj-jmn, Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's in 1987.
Sotheby Sale Cat. July 13-14, 1987, No. 131 fig.

802-010-830
Harpocrates, inscribed, Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1995.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 1, 1995, No. 25 fig.

802-010-832
Harpocrates, seated, inscribed, Late Period, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1998.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 4, 1998, No. 254 fig.

802-010-833
Harpocrates, Dyn. XXVI-XXX, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1999.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 5, 1999, No. 41 fig. (as dedicated by 'Nes-Khnum, son of Padi-ousir, born of Tadi-hor').

Faience.

802-010-900
Harsomtus-the-child, seated on lion-throne, dedicated by Semtu-tefnakht Sm3-t3wj-t3.f-nt, Prophet of Harsaphes, etc., feet and lower part of throne lost, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 38214 (JE 27433). (Probably from Ihnâsya el-Medîna.)
Daressy, Statues 61-2 pl. xi.

Harpocrates (other forms).
Bronze.

802-011-100
Harpocrates as warrior with facial features of Bes, dedicated by Pedusiri(?) P3-dj-wsjr(?)(?), probably Dyn. XXVI, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 54.412. (Said to come from Mît Rahîna.)
Steindorff, Cat. 143-4 [625] pls. xcv, cxix; De Meulenaere in OMRO N.R. xxx (1949), 10-15 pl. iii [4].

Hemen.
Stone.

802-012-020
Hemen, base with two feet, but possibly hawk-headed, with text of Amenophis III 'beloved of Hemen lord of the sed-festival', basalt, temp. Amenophis III, in Avignon, Musée Calvet, 38.
Base with feet, S. A[ufrère] in Foissy-Aufrère, Égypte & Provence 62, 269 fig. 38 (as from Thebes); Wilkinson MSS. xxiii. 55. Text, Moret, in Rec. Trav. xxxv (1913), 196-7 [xxxiii] (as sandstone); Helck, Urk iv, 1760 [610], Übersetz. 245; Wilbour MSS. 2 L, 26. See Girard, J. Le Musée d'Avignon. Musée Calvet. Sculpture et peinture (1931), 39-40; Vandier, Manuel iii, 612 (as granite).

Hetepbakef.
Stone.

802-014-700
Hetepbakef, arms and lower legs lost, with text mentioning Ramesses II, greywacke, temp. Ramesses II, at Kingston Lacy (formerly R. Bankes colln., now in the possession of the National Trust).
James, T. G. H. in KMT 4 [4] (1993), 29 fig.; id. in Apollo cxxxix [387] (May 1994), fig. 2 on 30; id. in Eyre et al. (eds.), The Unbroken Reed. Studies ... in Honour of A. F. Shore 139-47 pls. xvii, xviii.

Horus.
Stone.

802-015-400
Probably Horus standing on crocodiles, base with feet only, dedicated by Djekhensefankh Dd-nsw-jw.f-n, son of Esmin Ns-mnw, with magical text, probably Late Period, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Sup. 18356.

Bronze.

802-015-500
Horus(?), with a star on his head, inscribed, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.3739.
Rouit, C. in Aksamit, J. et al. (eds.), Essays in Honour of Prof. Dr. Jadwiga Lipinska (1997), 218 [58] pl. xxxviii [2].

Horus-Ioh.
Bronze.

802-015-700
Horus-Ioh as seated child, dedicated by a son of Djeiohefankh Dd-j -jw.f-n, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 7557.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 121-2 [171, c] Abb. 161-2 Taf. 18 [i]. See Ausf. Verz. 297.

Imhotep Jj-m-tp.
Seated unless otherwise stated.

Stone.

802-016-300
Imhotep, dedicated by Wehebre W3-jb-r , son of Panehesi P3-nsj and Paypu P3jj-pw , basalt, Dyn. XXVI-XXVII, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, N.4541.
De Clarac, Musée de sculpture iii, pl. 288 [2546]; Texte v, 286; Wildung, Imhotep und Amenhotep 20-1 [8.2], 37-8 [15] Taf. iii; id. Egyptian Saints. Deification in Pharaonic Egypt fig. 28; Kanawaty in BSFÉ 104 (1985), 32 pl. v [b]. See Boreux, Guide ii, 462; Vandier, Guide (1948), 66; (1952), 67; (1973), 125.

Bronze.

802-016-510
Imhotep, inscribed, Late Period, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.40. (Probably from Memphis.)
E. G[ubel] in Van Nijl tot Schelde Cat. 317 fig. (as dedicated by 'Tapetihor'); M.-P. V[anlathem] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 121-2 [118] fig. on 121 [right] (as dedicated by 'Tapetihor'). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 13 [57] (as Dyn. XXVI); A Catalogue ... Collection of Egyptian Antiquities ... E. Allemant. Foster Sale Cat., London, May 9-10, 1878, No. 142; *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 15 [40]; Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 32 [66] (as probably from Thebes).

802-016-520
Imhotep, dedicated by Pedeneshmet P3-dj-nmt, son of Pedamenopet P3-dj-jmn-jpt, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 54.402. (Said to come from Mît Rahîna.)
Steindorff, Cat. 126 [519] pls. lxxxiv, cxviii.

802-016-522
Imhotep, dedicated by Pedusiri-nebankh P3-dj-wsjr-nb-n, Late Period, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 54.2079. (Said to come from Mît Rahîna.)
Steindorff, Cat. 126 [521] pls. lxxxiv, cxviii.

802-016-530
Imhotep, with text mentioning Harwodj rw-wd3 , Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1852.
Pernigotti in Il senso dell'arte fig. on 45 [lower]; id. La collezione egiziana 117 fig. (as from Saqqâra). See Kminek-Szedlo, Cat. 161; Curto, L'Egitto antico 156 [401].

802-016-540
Imhotep, dedicated by Khamkhons 3m-nsw , son of Harardais rw-jr-dj-s and Tjaiher(ert) T3j-rr(t), Ptolemaic, in Budapest, Szépmvészeti Múzeum, 51.2313.
Varga and Wessetzky, Egyiptomi kiállítás. Vezet (1955), 23 pl. xv [1]; (1961), 27 pl. xxi [1]; (1964), 27 pl. xx [1]; (1970), 28 pl. 33; Pogány, Ö. G. and Bacher, B. A Szépmvészeti Múzeum 1906-1956 pl. 12; Varga, Egyiptomi kiállítás. Vezet (1976), 84-5 fig. 53; Wessetzky in Bull. Mus. Hongrois 72 (1990), 7-14 figs. 1-10 and front cover. See Oroszlán, Z. and Dobrovits, Az Egyiptomi gyüjtemény. Vezet (1939), 101 [5]; Varga, E. in BSFÉ 131 (1994), 29, 31.

802-016-544
Imhotep, dedicated by Pedeamun P3-dj-jmn, son of Bes Bsand Irterau Jrt-r.w, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38045.
Daressy, Statues 17 pl. iv.

802-016-545
Imhotep, dedicated(?) by Pakhrod P3-hrd, son of Kanufer K3-nfr, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38060.
See Daressy, Statues 22 (text).

802-016-550
Imhotep, with address to scribes, Late Period, formerly in Berlin Museum, 2517, now in Hamburg, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, 1928.233.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 14-15 [8, a] Abb. 14-16 Taf. 1 [f]. See Ausf. Verz. 299; Essen. 5000 Jahre No. 222 (as Dyn. XXVI).

802-016-570
Imhotep, dedicated by son of Ptahardais Pt-jr-dj-s (probably mother), Ptolemaic, formerly in G. d'Athanasi colln. and at Sotheby's in 1837, now in London, British Museum, EA 11055 (on loan to Heidelberg, Ägyptologische Sammlung der Universität).
Arundale, F. and Bonomi, J. Gallery of Antiquities Selected from the British Museum 29 pl. 14 [51]; Mackenzie, D. A. Egyptian Myth and Legend pl. facing 368 [right]; Gosse, A. B. The Civilization of the Ancient Egyptians fig. 124. See Sotheby Sale Cat. (D'Athanasi), March 13-20, 1837, No. 547; Exhibition Catalogue of Giovanni d'Athanasi's Collection of Egyptian Antiquities [etc.] (1837), No. 314; Guide, 3rd and 4th 134 [20] (as Ptahmosi); Guide, 4th to 6th 178 [71] (as Ptahmosi).

802-016-580
Statuette of seated Imhotep, dedicated by a son of Wenamun Wn-jmn and Tashe(n)khons(?) T3-rjt-(nt-)nsw(?)(?), bronze, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in London, Petrie Museum, 16444.
Arkell in Discovery xviii (1957), 392 fig. 7 [left].

802-016-600
Imhotep, dedicated by Udjahor Wd3-rw, son of Harwodj rw-wd3, Late Period, in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.3639.
G. A[ndreu] in Andreu, G. et al. L'Égypte ancienne au Louvre (1997), 192-3 [97] fig.

802-016-620
Imhotep, with text mentioning Nefarud N3.f-3-rd, Late Period, in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 194.
See Golénischeff, Inventaire 22 (names). Names, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2558.

802-016-622
Imhotep, dedicated by Pedubaste P3-dj-b3stt, son of Ptahardais Pt-jr-dj-s , Late Period, in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 197.
Woldering, Götter Abb. 16 (as Dyn. XXVI). See Golénischeff, Inventaire 23 (names). Names, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2547.

802-016-630
Imhotep, dedicated by Arhepimefir r-p-jm.f-jr , son of Ptahardais Pt-jr-dj-s, probably Ptolemaic, formerly in Stuttgart, Landesmuseum, now in Tübingen, Ägyptologisches Institut der Universität Tübingen, 367.
Brunner-Traut, Die Alten Ägypter Taf. 47; id. and Brunner, Äg. Samml. 58-9 Taf. 132; Schlott, Schrift und Schreiber im Alten Ägypten 131 Abb. 66. See Kunst und Altertum. Aus den Sammlungen der Universität (1977), 184.

802-016-632
Imhotep, dedicated by Harunnufer rw-wnn-nfr , son of Irterau Jrt-r.w(mother), Late Period, in Tübingen, Ägyptologisches Institut der Universität Tübingen, 475.
Brunner-Traut and Brunner, Äg. Samml. 58 fig. (text).

802-016-650
Imhotep, dedicated by Hepardais p-jr-dj-s, son of Wadjety W3dtjj and Irterau Jrt-r.w, Late Period, formerly in H. J. P. Bomford colln.
See Exhibition of Ancient Persian Bronzes ... and Other Selected Items of Ancient Art from the Collection of Mrs. Brenda Bomford (Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, Oct. 10-30, 1966), No. 195.

802-016-750
Imhotep, dedicated by Pedeamunsemtu P3-dj-jmn-sm3-t3wj, Late Period, in London, Spink & Son Ltd., in mid-1920s.
Spink & Son, Ltd. Egyptian Antiquities from the MacGregor, etc. Collections fig. on 20 [upper right].

Imikhent-wer.
Stone.

802-018-300
Imikhent-wer, arms and lower legs lost, with cartouche of probably Ramesses II, green schist ('metasandstone'), probably temp. Ramesses II, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5770.
Essen. 5000 Jahre No. 115 Abb.; Komorzynski, Erbe 158 Abb. 48; Curto in Studien ... Westendorf ii, 732-3 Taf. 1, 2; Hamernik, G. Anton Ritter von Laurin. Diplomat, Sammler und Ausgräber [unpublished dissertation, Vienna, 1985], 209 figs. on 210; Satzinger, H. Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien (1987), 54 fig. on 55; id. in Haja, M. (ed.), Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna. Guide to the Collections (1989), 36 fig. [left] (as possibly from Memphis and New Kingdom or 3rd Int. Period); id. Das Kunsthistorische Museum in Wien. Die Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung (1994), 83 Abb. 56; Rogge, Statuen N.R. 76-83 figs. (suggests probably from the Memphite area); Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 143 fig.; id. Götter, Menschen, Pharaonen Kat. 136 fig. (both as Dyn. XXII-XXIII and probably from the Memphite area); James in Eyre et al. (eds.), The Unbroken Reed. Studies ... in Honour of A. F. Shore 143-4 pl. xix. Text, Reinisch, Miramar 240-1 [24] Taf. xxx [D] (as king and granite). See Uebersicht (1895), 36 [xxxvii]; (1923), 12 [xxxvii] (both as granite); Vienna. 5000 Jahre No. 115.

Inmutf.
Stone.

802-020-400
Inmutf, base with right foot of standing statue, with indication 'temple of Bubastis mistress of Ankhtaui', greywacke, Dyn. XXVI, with Mansur Ismain (dealer at Kafr el-Haram) in 1905, now in Leipzig, Ägyptisches Museum, Inv. 1670a, b.
Krauspe, R. Statuen und Statuetten 89 [156] Taf. 94. Text, Borchardt in ZÄS 42 (1905), 83 [upper].

Ioh.
Bronze.

802-022-650
Ioh, left forearm lost, dedicated by Hekatefnakht k3-t3.f-nt , son of Pedeharpekhrod P3-dj-rw-p3-hrd, Late Period, in Hildesheim, Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Pelizaeus-Museum 1236.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzewerke 5-6 [24] Taf. 3 [c, d] Abb. 21-3. See Ippel and Roeder, Denkmäler ... Hildesheim 116; Kayser, Äg. Altertümer 93.

Khepri.
Stone.

802-024-030
Upper part of seated statue, probably Khepri, with scarab-beetle on head, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo Mus. CG 38103.
Daressy, Statues 35 pl. viii; Vandier, Manuel iii, 623 pl. cxxii [3]; Hornemann, Types iii, pl. 735; H. W. Müller Archive 41 [II/1371].

Khons, Khonspekhrod or Khonsemweset-Neferhotep.
See also Neferhotep.
Bronze.

802-026-100
Khonspekhrod as nude child with finger to the mouth, dedicated by Pedeshahdedet P3-dj-hddt, son of Harwodj rw-wd3, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38182.
Daressy, Statues 54 pl. x. Names, Legrain in ASAE xv (1915), 285-6 [3].

802-026-101
Khonspekhrod as child, inscribed with several names but text not clear, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38203.
See Daressy, Statues 59 (text).

802-026-102
Khons as nude child, dedicated by Harsiesi rw-s3-3st , son of Djewadj[ef]ankh Dd-w3d(t)-[jw.f-]n, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38229 (JE 7070).
Daressy, Statues 65-6 pl. xii. See Mariette, Notice des principaux monuments [etc.] (1864), 98 [33] (as from the Serapeum at Saqqâra).

802-026-399
Khonsemweset-Neferhotep, dedicated by Harsiesi rw-s3-3st , son of Pedehorresnet P3-dj-rw-rsnt, Great of the house, Corn-measurer of the divine adoratress, and Shepenesi p-n-3st, Dyn. XXV-XXVI, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, M.11592.
See Gatty, C. T. Catalogue of the Mayer Collection i (1879), 5 [6].

802-026-400
Khons as seated child with finger to the mouth, dedicated by Harkhebi rw-(m-)3-bjt, son of Pedenakht(?) P3-dj-nt(?), Late Period, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, M.11611.
See Gatty, C. T. Catalogue of the Mayer Collection i (1879), 5-6 [7]; Shore, A. F. in Gibson, M. and Wright, S. M. (eds.), Joseph Mayer of Liverpool 1803-1886, 61 (as Herba).

802-026-401
Khons as nude child, dedicated by Heratum Hr-jtm, son of Haper H3-pr , Late Period, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, M.11702.
See Gatty, C. T. Catalogue of the Mayer Collection i (1879), 6 [8]; Shore, A. F. in Gibson, M. and Wright, S. M. (eds.), Joseph Mayer of Liverpool 1803-1886, 61 (as Nefertep).

802-026-500
Base and feet of statuette of Khonsemweset-Neferhotep, dedicated by Neferhor Nfr-r, son of Pu Pwand Maetesi M3t-3st, bronze, Late Period, in Strasbourg, Musée Archéologique, 11.987.0.93 (Schlumberger 79).
Schweitzer, A. and Traunecker, C. Strasbourg, Musée archéologique. Antiquités égyptiennes de la collection G. Schlumberger (1998), 31 [26] fig.

802-026-750
Khons, inscribed, probably Late Period, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price colln. and at Sotheby's in 1911. (Said to come from Cairo.)
Hilton Price, Cat. ii, 42 [4353] pl. xi; Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hilton-Price), July 12-21,
1911, No. 273 pl. viii.

802-026-790
Probably Khons or Ioh seated, with lunar crescent headdress, inscribed, bronze, Late Period, in New York - Beverly Hills - London, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1999.
Eisenberg, J. M. Art of the Ancient World. Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Egyptian, & Near Eastern Antiquities x (Jan. 1999), No. 198 fig.

802-026-800
Khonsemweset-Neferhotep, dedicated by Wawawer W3w3-wr, son of Penptah P3-n-pt, bronze inlaid with gold and electrum, 3rd Int. Period or Late Period, in London, Spink & Son Ltd., in 1917, then in S. P. Adams colln. and in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1996.
Read, F. W. in Ancient Egypt (1917), 120-1 fig.; Bonhams. Antiquities. Sale Cat. April 30, 1996, Advertisements figs. on 47 (as 3rd Int. Period); Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. July 4, 1996, No. 370 figs. (as 3rd Int. Period and probably from Karnak); Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 7 [6] (Nov.-Dec. 1996), 52 fig. 24 (as 3rd Int. Period and probably from Karnak).

Min and syncretized forms.
Bronze.

802-028-500
Min-Harnakht as warrior with facial features of Bes, dedicated by Taherua T3-hrw , daughter of Iraenkhons(?) Jr-3-n-nsw(?), Head of door-openers of the temple of Amun, and Esi(em)khebi 3st-(m-)3-bjt, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 38836 (JE 27043).
Daressy, Statues 208 pl. xliii; De Meulenaere in OMRO N.R. xxx (1949), 10-15 pl. iii [3].

802-028-750
Min, dedicated by Khedebkhens-yerboni Hdb-nsw-jrt-b(jnt), son of Khensardais nsw-jr-dj-s , Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in H. Hoffmann colln.
See Legrain, Collection H. Hoffmann. Cat. des antiquités égyptiennes (1894), No. 391 (text).

Neferhotep.
See also Khons.
Bronze.

802-030-700
Neferhotep, dedicated by Unnufer Wnn-nfr, son of Psametek Psmtk and Irterau Jrtj-r.w, Dyn. XXVI, in London, British Museum, EA 66819.
Shore in Brit. Mus. Quarterly xxxi (1966-7), 34-5 pl. ix.

802-030-720
Neferhotep, dedicated by [Pede]harkhebi [P3-dj-]rw-(m-)3-bjt, Late Period, in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 185.
See Golénischeff, Inventaire 21 (name).

802-030-721
Neferhotep, dedicated by Pedeamun P3-dj-jmn, Prophet of Amun, son of Pedesopdu P3-dj-spdt and Takasherit(?) T3-k3-rjt(?), Late Period, in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 186.
See Golénischeff, Inventaire 21 (names).

Nefertem.
Stone.

802-032-050
Seated, not identified by text but probably Nefertem, with cartouches of Tuthmosis III(?) and Usermaetre-setepenamun (Ramesses IV), glazed sandstone or steatite, temp. Ramesses IV, in Durham, Oriental Museum, N.43.
Baines, Fecundity Figures 288 fig. 166. See Birch, Cat. ... Alnwick Castle 8-9 [43].

Bronze.

802-032-300
Nefertem holding scimitar, dedicated by Paiuenhor P3-jw-n-rw , son of Iiruy J-jrwjj and Tadekesri T3-dj(t)-srjj, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2477. (Said to come from Saqqâra.)
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 23-4 [24, a] Abb. 32-3 Taf. 3 [c, d]. See Ausf. Verz. 298.

802-032-330
Nefertem holding scimitar, with remains of text mentioning ...ardais ...jr-dj-s, son of Pefnefer-tjes(?) P3.f-nfr-ts(?), and others, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38077 (JE 7078).
Daressy, Statues 29 pl. vii. See Mariette, Notice des principaux monuments [etc.] (1864), 126 [241] (as from the Serapeum at Saqqâra).

802-032-331
Nefertem holding scimitar, with text mentioning Pash(en)ubaste P3-rj-(n-)b3stt and others, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38078.
Daressy, Statues 29-30 pl. vii.

802-032-650
Nefertem holding scimitar, dedicated by Ankh-hap n-p , son of Ankh-hor n-rw , Dyn. XXVI or later, formerly in Tigrane Pasha colln., now in Richmond (Va.), Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 63.21.
Daninos, Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes de Tigrane Pacha d'Abro (1911), 4 [6] pl. vi; Ancient Art in the Virginia Museum (1973), 49 [52] fig.

802-032-750
Nefertem holding scimitar, with text mentioning Bubastis and Nefertem, dedicated by Pedeneferhotep P3-dj-nfr-tp Pekaresh Pkr , son of Ptahardais Pt-jr-dj-s , Late Period, formerly in H. Hoffmann colln.
Legrain, Collection H. Hoffmann. Cat. des antiquités égyptiennes (1894), No. 382 pl. xxviii.

802-032-770
Nefertem holding scimitar, with text mentioning Nefertem and Bubastis, dedicated by a son of ...tefnakht ...t3jj.f-nt(?) and Tadeamun T3-dj(t)-jmn, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in J. Menascé colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1891.
Text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xvi (1894), 63 [409]. See Antiquités égyptiennes. Collection ... Menascé. Vente ... Hôtel Drouot, 23-4 fév. 1891, No. 409.

Silver.

802-032-880
Nefertem, dedicated by Pedubaste P3-dj-b3stt, 3rd Int. Period or Late Period, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, F.1995/2.2.
See Raven, M. J. and Schneider, H. D. in OMRO 76 (1996), 153 [I.b.3].

802-032-900
Nefertem, but with text underneath base mentioning Isis and Psametek Psmtk, son of Pedehor P3-dj-rw, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Resandro colln. in 1992.
Schoske and Wildung, Gott und Götter im Alten Ägypten 130-1 [90] figs. See De Meulenaere in Bibliotheca Orientalis l (1993), 631 [90].

Onuris or Onuris-Shu.
Bronze.

802-034-300
Possibly Onuris-Shu seated, but with text of Isis, dedicated by Pedusiri P3-dj-wsjr , son of Ptah-khons(?) Pt-nsw(?), Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.443.
E. W[armenbol] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 103 [78] fig. [right] (with text). See *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 54 [443]; Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 30 [53] (as Ptolemaic and probably from Memphis).

802-034-700
Onuris, inscribed, probably Late Period, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price colln. and at Sotheby's in 1911.
Hilton Price, Cat. ii, 16 [4135] pl. vi (as Shu); Sotheby Sale Cat. (Hilton-Price), July 12-21, 1911, No. 319 pl. xi (as probably Shu).

Osiris, Osiris-Onnophris or Osiris-Djeho.
(a) Standing.
Stone.

802-036-050
Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Userken Wsrkn , son of Harsiesi rw-s3-3st and Ubastardais B3stt-jr-dj-s sic, schist, Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 38365.
See Daressy, Statues 99 (text).

802-036-051
Osiris, dedicated by Ir-khons-djaiemaef Jr-nsw-d3.j-m-.f, son of Peseskhem(?) Pssm(?), schist, Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 38373.
See Daressy, Statues 101 (text).

802-036-200
Osiris, dedicated by Wenamun Wn-jmn, son of Tjerker(?) Trkr(?) and Tjutju Tt, with date of year 40, basalt, Late Period, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AST.66.
Leemans, Aeg. Mon. i, 7-8 [A.602] pl. vii. See id. Descr. rais. 11 [A.602].

802-036-210
Statuette of a deity, not named but certainly Osiris, head, left shoulder and feet lost, dedicated by Shepenwept II p-n-wpt II, God's wife, Divine adoratress, daughter of Piye (Piankhi), green schist, late Dyn. XXV, in London, Petrie Museum, 14741.
Leclant in Mélanges Maspero i [4], 84-5 figs. 5, 6.

802-036-300
Osiris, with text on back pillar, grey granite, Dyn. XXX, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 30.
Roccati, Il Museo Egizio di Torino (1978), fig. 76; Curto, L'Antico Egitto (1981), fig. on 154; Leospo in Donadoni, A. M. et al. Il Museo Egizio di Torino (1988), figs. on 89. See Fabretti, etc. R. Mus. di Torino i, 5.

802-036-320
Osiris (not named), with text mentioning Isis, base with feet of possibly Osiris protected by Isis, green schist, usurped by Psammetikhos II, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5911.
Rogge, Statuen Sp. 49-51 figs. See Graefe, E. in Bibliotheca Orientalis lii (1995), 59-60.

802-036-321
Osiris, upper part, arms lost, dedicated by Ankhefenmut n.f-n-mwt , God's father of Amun, Servant (sdm) of the nkt-chamber of the Lord of the Two Lands, etc., son of Tashenesi T3-rjt-n(t)-3st (mother), 3rd Int. Period, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5912.
Rogge, Statuen N.R. 179-82 figs. (as probably from Thebes, but considers the possibility that it is a modern copy). Text, von Bergmann in Rec. Trav. vii (1886), 179-80 [5].

802-036-400
Osiris, with cartouche on base, granite, Dyn. XXVI, in the possession of the National Trust, E. H. Douglas-Pennant colln. at Penrhyn Castle, Gwynedd.
Penrhyn Castle, Gwynedd (1991), fig. on 33 [left]; Smith, Sir J. in Apollo cxli [399] (May 1995), 32 fig.; Minerva 6 [4] (July-Aug. 1995), fig. on 25.

802-036-430
Osiris, dedicated by Amenenniut Jmn-n-njwt, son of Ipedes J-p(3)-d(j)-s and Taharbes T3-rbs, basalt, 1st half of Dyn. XXVI, formerly in F. Grassi, U. Ferretti and The Morris Singer Foundry Ltd. collns., at Sotheby's (New York) in 1984 and Sotheby's in 1987.
Bresciani in Studi Classici e Orientali xxvi (1977), 79-82 Tav. i, ii (suggests possibly Theban); Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 8, 1984, No. 69 fig. (as temp. Psammetikhos I); Sotheby Sale Cat. July 13-14, 1987, No. 167 fig. (as temp. Psammetikhos I).

802-036-450
Osiris, inscribed on back pillar, steatite, Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1989.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 23, 1989, No. 67 fig.

802-036-452
Osiris, inscribed, schist, Dyn. XXV-XXVI, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd. and at Sotheby's (New York), in 1998.
Bonhams. Antiquities. Sale Cat. June 24, 1998, No. 279 fig.; Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 17, 1998, No. 405 fig.

Wood.

802-036-700
Osiris, dedicated by Harua rw, Libation-priest of Khons in Benenet (temple of Khons at Karnak), etc., son of Djeho Dd-rw, Libation-priest of Khons in Benenet (temple of Khons at Karnak), etc., and Ankhnesiotes n-n.s-jt.s , Late Period, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 977.
Names and titles, Wreszinski, Aegyptische Inschriften aus dem K. K. Hofmuseum in Wien 179-80 [vi.1] (as 2953).

Bronze.

802-037-020
Osiris, dedicated by Peten Ptn, son of Pedesi P3-dj-3st, Late Period, in Amiens, Musée de Picardie, 3057.321.
Perdu and Rickal, La collection égyptienne du Musée de Picardie 125 [215] fig.

802-037-023
Osiris, dedicated by Pedenub P3-dj-nbw, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2307.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 153-4 [195, d] Abb. 210 Taf. 24 [d]. See Ausf. Verz. 290.

802-037-025
Osiris, inscribed but text not clear, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2324.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 141-2 [185, f] Abb. 198 Taf. 22 [f]. See Ausf. Verz. 290.

802-037-027
Osiris, dedicated by Ankh-hor n-rw, son of Pasenenhor P3-sn-n-rw , made by Hor rw, son of Ankh-hor n-rw, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 8905. (Said to come from ân el-agar.)
Text, Roeder in Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts 48 (1933), 263 Abb. 28; id. Äg. Bronzefiguren 142-3 [185, k] Abb. 199.

802-037-030
Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by [Ped]usiri-pahap(?) [P3-dj-]wsjr-p3-p(?), son of Pefherhes(?) P3.f-rj-s(?) sic, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 13781.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 133 [177, g], 154-5 [195, i] Abb. 188, 211 (text). See Ausf. Verz. 290.

802-037-040
Osiris, dedicated by Psametek Psmtk, son of Tjaihepimu T3j-p-jm.w , Dyn. XXVI, formerly in Budapest, Szépmvészeti Múzeum (destroyed).
See Oroszlán, Z. and Dobrovits, Az Egyiptomi gyüjtemény. Vezet (1939), 99-100 [1 e] pl. 14. Text, Wiedemann, Aegyptische Inschriften aus dem Gewerbe-Museum zu Pest (1891), 4th p. [middle].

802-037-044
Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Pedeharenpe P3-dj-rw-n-p , son of Nekht-harhebi Nt-rw-(m-)bj, Late Period, in Cairo Mus. CG 38250.
See Daressy, Statues 75 (text).

802-037-045
Osiris, dedicated by Hepardais p-jr-dj-s , son of Serewedj-neben(?) Srwd-nb-n(?), probably Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 38263 (JE 25468).
Daressy, Statues 79 pl. xvii.

802-037-060
Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Pedusiri P3-dj-wsjr, son of Pedepaneba P3-dj-p3-nb-3, Dyn. XXVI, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 606.
Mogensen, Coll. ég. 27 [A 101] pl. xxv; Koefoed-Petersen, Ægyptens Guder pl. 21. Text, id. Rec. inscr. 25 [606]. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 275-6 [A.205]; (1908), 321 [E.218].

802-037-120
Osiris, dedicated by Psametek-soneb(?) Psmtk-snb(?), Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Hildesheim, Roemer- und Pelizaeus Museum, Pelizaeus-Museum, 323.
Roeder, Ägyptische Bronzewerke 23 [97] Abb. 66 Taf. 14 [c, d]. See Ippel and Roeder, Denkmäler ... Hildesheim 39, 115; Kayser, Äg. Altertümer 89.

802-037-150
Osiris, dedicated by Esiardais 3st-jr-dj-s, son of Pedubaste P3-dj-b3stt , Dyn. XXVII, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AB.15a.
Schneider, Art from Ancient Egypt Cat. No. 145 fig. (as E.XVIII.33). See Boeser, Cat. (1907), 139 [39].

802-037-155
Osiris, dedicated by Hepardais p-jr-dj-s, son of Pakap P3-k3pw , Dyn. XXVI, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. L.VI.67 (statue).
Van Wijngaarden, Meesterwerken 108-9 pl. 64 [upper]; van der Leeuw, G. De godsdienst van het oude Aegypte pl. 30 [upper]; Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 161 [201, g] Abb. 219-20; Schneider and Raven, De Egyptische Oudheid 133 [135] fig. [upper]; Schneider, Egyptisch kunsthandwerk 74-5 [30] fig. on 75 [right]. See Leemans, Descr. rais. 12 [A.620]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 139 [27].

802-037-160
Osiris, dedicated by Psametek-men Psmtk-mn , son of Iufa-esi Jw.f-3-3st , Dyn. XXVI, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. L.VI.79.
Leemans, Aeg. Mon. i, 7 pl. vii [A.548]. See id. Descr. rais. 11 [A.548].

802-037-180
Osiris, dedicated by Djeubastefankh Dd-b3stt-jw.f-n, son of Pedekhons P3-dj-nsw and Herubaste Hr-b3stt, Dyn. XXVI, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, M.11396.
Gatty, C. T. Catalogue of the Mayer Collection i (1879), 10 [26] fig. (as Dyn. XXII); Bienkowski, P. and Tooley, A. M. J. Gifts of the Nile. Ancient Egyptian Arts and Crafts in Liverpool Museum pl. 43. See Shore, A. F. in Gibson, M. and Wright, S. M. (eds.), Joseph Mayer of Liverpool 1803-1886, 61.

802-037-200
Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Nefarud N3.f-3-rd, Dyn. XXVI, in Marseilles, Musée d'Archéologie Méditerranéenne, 596.
Meeks, C. and D. La Collection égyptienne. Guide du visiteur fig. on 16. See Maspero, Cat. 108 [396]; Nelson, Cat. No. 187.

802-037-202
Osiris-Onnophris, inscribed, Dyn. XXVI, in Marseilles, Musée d'Archéologie Méditerranéenne, 599.
Nelson, Cat. No. 186 fig. on 45 [middle]; Meeks, C. and D. La Collection égyptienne. Guide du visiteur fig. on 55 [middle]. See Maspero, Cat. 108 [399].

802-037-220
Osiris standing on Nine Bows, with Pedehorpare P3-dj-rw-p3-r , Prophet of Amun, before cartouches of Osiris on front of base, early Ptolemaic, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 56.16.12.
Scott in MMA Bull. N.S. xv (1956-7), 87-8 [20] figs. on 89.

802-037-235
Osiris, dedicated by Nairtubaste N3-jrt-b3stt, son of Taherer(t) T3-rr(t) (mother), Dyn. XXVI, in Oslo, Ethnographical Museum, 2224.
Naguib, S.-A. in Studia in Honorem L. Fóti (= Studia Aegyptiaca xii) (1989), 361-3 figs.

802-037-250
Osiris, dedicated by Unnufer Wnn-nfr, son of Harwodj rw-wd3, Late Period, formerly in L. de Clercq colln., now in Paris, Musée National du Louvre, E.25951.
Vandier in La Revue du Louvre 18 (1968), 311, 314, 316 figs. 5. See de Ridder, A. Collection de Clercq. Catalogue iii. Les Bronzes 110-11 [167].

802-037-280
Osiris, dedicated by Ankh-harpekhrod n-rw-p3-hrd, son of Ptahardais Pt-jr-dj-ssic (mother), Late Period, formerly in Stuttgart, Landesmuseum, now in Tübingen, Ägyptologisches Institut der Universität Tübingen, 474.
Brunner-Traut and Brunner, Äg. Samml. 54 Taf. 129.

802-037-300
Bronze statuette of Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Hor rw, son of Shepensopdet p-n-spdt and Tashed... T3-d..., with cryptographic text of Esunnufer Ns-wnn-nfrw, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 493.
Text, Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 139 [184, d] Abb. 195; cryptographic text, 157-8 [200, a] Abb. 214 (read by Drioton).

[802-037-310 is the same as 802-037-300]

802-037-345
Osiris, inscribed, Late Period, in London, Phillips, in 1995 and W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1996.
Phillips. Antiquities and Tribal Art. Sale Cat. July 3, 1995, No. 112 fig.; Bonhams. Antiquities. Sale Cat. Oct. 22, 1996, No. 217 fig.

802-037-350
Osiris, dedicated by Psametek Psmtk , son of Djekhens(ef)ankh Dd-nsw-jw(.f)-n and Takheti T3-tj, Dyn. XXVI, at Christie's in 1974.
Christie Sale Cat. July 10-11, 1974, No. 435 pl. 22.

802-037-355
Osiris leaning against djed-pillar, dedicated by Pedesi P3-dj-3st, Late Period or Ptolemaic, at Christie's in 1983.
Christie Sale Cat. July 13, 1983, No. 465 fig. (as about 4th c. BC).

802-037-360
Statuette of Osiris, dedicated by Tjaihepimu T3j-p-jm.w (according to the sale catalogue, not visible on the photograph), bronze, Late Period, in Paris, Drouot-Montaigne, in 2003.
Drouot-Montaigne Sale Cat. March 17-18, 2003, No. 680 fig.

802-037-365
Osiris, inscribed, Late Period, formerly in Sir Jacob Epstein colln. and in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1995-6.
Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. Dec. 12, 1995, No. 76 fig.; ib. July 4, 1996, No. 410 fig.

802-037-375
Osiris, inscribed, Late Period to Ptolemaic, formerly in M. Lesser colln., at Sotheby's in 1991 and Christie's (New York) in 1996.
Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 3, 1991, No. 71 fig. (as Dyn. XXII); Christie (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 18, 1996, No. 64 fig. (as dedicated by ori and 3rd Int. Period or Late Period).

802-037-380
Statuette of Osiris-Djeo, dedicated by Harmehen rw-mn, son of Penptah P3-n-pt and Tutu Twtw , bronze, probably Dyn. XXX, in G. Memminger colln. in 1990.
Pamminger, P. Ägyptische Kleinkunst aus der Sammlung Gustav Memminger No. 12 figs. cf. p. 210 (as perhaps from Lower Egypt).

802-037-390
Osiris, dedicated by Imhotep Jj-m-tp, son of Ptahardais Pt-jr-dj-s , probably temp. Darius I, formerly in J. Menascé colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1891.
Text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xvi (1894), 62 [322]. See Antiquités égyptiennes. Collection ... Menascé. Vente ... Hôtel Drouot, 23-4 fév. 1891, No. 322.

802-037-391
Osiris, dedicated by Pedusiri P3-dj-wsjr, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in J. Menascé colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1891.
Text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xvi (1894), 63 [405]. See Antiquités égyptiennes. Collection ... Menascé. Vente ... Hôtel Drouot, 23-4 fév. 1891, No. 405.

802-037-392
Base or pedestal of standing(?) statuette of Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Panufer P3-nfr, son of Ankh-unnufer n-wnn-nfr, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in J. Menascé colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1891.
Text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xvi (1894), 63 [458]. See Antiquités égyptiennes. Collection ... Menascé. Vente ... Hôtel Drouot, 23-4 fév. 1891, No. 458.

802-037-430
Osiris, inscribed, Late Period, formerly in P. Snyder colln. and at Christie's (New York) in 1998.
Christie (New York) Sale Cat. June 5, 1998, No. 99 fig. (as son of arnfer).

802-037-450
Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Hetepamun tp-jmn, Dyn. XXVI, in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, in 1978 and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1986.
Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc. (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 14, 1978, No. 400 fig.; Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Nov. 24, 1986, No. 47 fig.

802-037-451
Osiris-Onnophris, with text also mentioning Harpocrates, Dyn. XXX or Ptolemaic, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1999.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 5, 1999, No. 28 figs. (as mentioning 'Nes-Khnum, son of Pedi-usir, born of Tedi-hor' and 'Pef-nefer-i, son of Iri-hor, born of Te-bes').

802-037-452
Osiris, inscribed, late Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1999.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 5, 1999, No. 42 fig.

802-037-500
Osiris, with text and adoration scene on base, Late Period, formerly in Tigrane Pasha colln.
Daninos, Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes de Tigrane Pacha d'Abro (1911), 5 [11] pl. x.

802-037-700
Osiris standing(?), with name of woman Taesienkhebi T3-3st-n-3-bjt, Late Period, in private possession in Stockholm in 1971.
Text, Peterson in Orientalia Suecana xix-xx (1970-1), 20 [xxxix].

(b) Seated.
Stone.

802-038-020
Osiris, dedicated by Tjauenpermut T3w-n-pr-mwt, Head of singers of Amun-Re, son of Ankh-khons n-nsw, Head of singers of Mut, and Tadehor T3-djt-rw, green schist, Dyn. XXVI, in Baltimore (Md.), Walters Art Gallery, 22.184.
Steindorff, Cat. 105-6 [382] pls. lxviii, cxviii; Bothmer, Eg. Sculp. 48-9 [41] pl. 38 [89, 90] (as possibly from Abydos).

802-038-040
Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Ptahemhab Pt-m-b, sandstone, Late Period, in Budapest, Szépmvészeti Múzeum, 56.57E.

802-038-060
(this is Geneva, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire, 19719, Bibl. ii2.481, so omitted here)

802-038-080
Osiris-Onnophris, lower legs lost, dedicated by Espekashuti Ns-p3-3j-wtj, Fourth prophet of Amun at Karnak, Overseer of Upper Egypt, green schist, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Havana, Museo Nacional, 61.
Lipiska, Mon. Ég. Cuba 11-13 figs. See De Meulenaere, H. in Chron. d'Ég. lix (1984), 105-6.

802-038-100
Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Pefteu(em)a(ui)esi P3.f-t3w-(m-) (wj)-3st , son of Pawa P3-w3, basalt, Late Period, in Lincoln, City and County Museum, 251-15.

802-038-120
Statuette of seated Osiris, head lost, no text but part of Horus-name of a king, possibly 2nd Int. Period, in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1980, now in London, British Museum, EA 69216.
Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt viii (Sept. 1980), No. 1 fig.; Bourriau, J. in JEA 69 (1983), 147 [349] pl. xviii [3].

802-038-140
Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Djeho Dd-rw, Prophet of Amun, son of Pedeamun-paiat P3-dj-jmn-p3-j3t and Iru Jrw, Late Period, formerly in V. Golenishchev colln. 1076, now in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 5705.

802-038-160
Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Iohardais J -jr-dj-s, son of Pedesi P3-dj-3st and Tjaenheby T3-n-bjj, headless, grey granite, early Dyn. XXVI, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, Gl. WAF 37.
Text, Piehl, in PSBA x (1888), 530-1 [1]. Names, Lieblein, Dict. No. 2439. See Wolters, Illus. Kat. 14 [44]; Staatl. Sammlung (1972), 130-1; (1976), 216.

802-038-180
Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Harentabat rw-(n-)t3-b3t, son of Nakht Nt and Tadesinat(?) T3-dj(t)-3st-n t(?), basalt, Late Period, in Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, 198.
R. P[irelli] in Cantilena and Rubino La Collezione egiziana ... Napoli 111-12 [12.1] figs. on 111, 112 Tav. iii.

802-038-200
Osiris-Onnophris 'of the enclosure wall of' seated, head lost, Late Period, in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 5023.
Turaev and Farmakovskii, Opis kollektsii drevnostei, privezennkh iz Egipta vesnoi 1909 goda 11 [41] on pl. i. See Lapis and Mat'e, Drevneegipetskaya skul'ptura 109 [115].

802-038-220
Right side of seat with hymn to Osiris, green schist, Dyn. XXVI, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5158.
Rogge, Statuen Sp. 72-6 figs. Text, von Bergmann, Hieroglyphische Inschriften [etc.], 10 Taf. vii [lower]; Wreszinski, Aegyptische Inschriften aus dem K. K. Hofmuseum in Wien 137-9 [ii.3]; Hintze, Die Inschriften des Löwentempels von Musawwarat es Sufra 21, 33-7 [W] (from Wreszinski).

802-038-380
Statue of Osiris seated, and in relief, Harpocrates and two hippopotamus figures described as Tueris and Sekhmet on front of base, Psammetikhos I before Isis and Nephthys on sides of throne, and before hawk-headed Horus on back, greywacke, temp. Psammetikhos I, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1992, then in The Thalassic Collection, Ltd. in 2001. (Probably from Hurbei.)
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 25, 1992, No. 31 fig. and front and back covers; Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 3 [5] (Sept.-Oct. 1992), 43 fig. 10; Josephson, J. A. in MMJ 30 (1995), 7-8 n. 20 fig. 3 (as greywacke); id. in Der Manuelian, P. (ed.), Studies in Honor of William Kelly Simpson ii, 436-8 fig. 7; id. in Lacovara, P. et al. The Collector's Eye: Masterpieces of Egyptian Art from The Thalassic Collection, Ltd. (2001), Cat. 20 figs. (as probably from Memphis); Lacovara, P. in KMT 12 [2] (2001), 31fig. on 32 [left, main ill.]; Bulletin of the American Research Center in Egypt 180 (Summer 2001), fig. on back cover [middle, upper].

802-038-450
Lower part of Osiris, dedicated by Khasoneb -snb, Late Period, in private possession.
H. W. Müller Archive 74 [II/2712-16].

Bronze.

802-039-050
Osiris, dedicated by Nekht-harkhebi Nt-rw-(m-)3-bjt , son of Harpekhrod-irankh rw-p3-hrd-jr-n , Dyn. XXVI, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 146.
Mogensen, Coll. ég. 27 [A 102] pl. xxv. Text, Koefoed-Petersen, Rec. inscr. 25 [146]. See Schmidt, Den Æg. Sam. (1899), 276-7 [A.206]; (1908), 322 [E.219].

802-039-100
Osiris-Onnophris, dedicated by Pefteu(emaui)shu P3.f-t3w-(m-wj-)w, son of Pedusiri P3-dj-wsjr and Takheti T3-tj , on sled with text mentioning Apis and dedication of Hor rw, son of Pedenebwen P3-dj-nb-wn , Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in J. Menascé colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1891.
Text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xvi (1894), 62 [342]. See Antiquités égyptiennes. Collection ... Menascé. Vente ... Hôtel Drouot, 23-4 fév. 1891, No. 342.

Faience.

802-039-250
Base with part of seat and lower legs of Osiris-Onnophris, originally possibly with worshipper, dedicated by Ankh-userken(?) n-wsrkn(?), son of Nekau Nk3w and Tadesopdet T3-dj(t)-spdt, Late Period, at Sotheby's in 1993-4.
Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 9-10, 1993, No. 272 fig. (as probably Dyn. XXV). See ib. Dec. 8, 1994, No. 91 (as probably Dyn. XXV).

(c) Heads.
Stone.

802-039-540
Head, with address to Osiris on back pillar and the first three sacred cows on its sides, gabbro or basalt, end of Dyn. XXV or beginning of Dyn. XXVI, in Frankfurt am Main, Liebieghaus, Museum alter Plastik, 716.
Krug, Liebieghaus. Museum alter Plastik. Frankfurt am Main. Ägypten No. 8 fig. on 1st p.; el-Sayed in MDAIK 36 (1980), 387 [4] fig. 2 on 360; D. W[ildung] in Ägyptische Kunst im Liebieghaus (1981), No. 51 fig. (as Dyn. XXVI-XXX and probably from the Delta); B. S[chlick]-N[olte] in Skulptur, Malerei, Papyri und Särge (Liebieghaus - Museum alter Plastik. Ägyptische Bildwerke iii), 191-9 [43] figs. See Kurzes Verzeichnis (1930), 89 [716] (as royal and granite).

802-039-750
Head, certainly Osiris, with text of Panefer... P3-nfr..., basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in London, Phillips (West Two), in 1991 and W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1993.
Phillips (West Two). Antiquities and Tribal Art. Sale Cat. July 3, 1991, No. 64 fig.; Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. July 6, 1993, No. 24 fig.

802-039-850
Head, certainly Osiris, inscribed on back pillar, black schist, Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's in 1975 and Sotheby's (New York) in 1992.
Sotheby Sale Cat. May 19, 1975, No. 179 pl. xi (as man); Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 17, 1992, No. 38 fig. (as temp. Psammetikhos I or Necho II).

(d) Others.
Stone.

802-039-920
Pedestal, probably of statue of Osiris, dedicated by Irtiertjau Jrtj-r-t3w, King's son, etc., with cartouches of Piye (Piankhy), Shepenwept I and II p-n-wpt I and II, Amenardais I Jmn-jr-dj-s I and Osiris-Onnophris, grey granite, Dyn. XXV, in London, British Museum, EA 713.
See Guide (Sculpture), 220 [795].

Osiris-Ioh or Osiris-Ioh-Thoth.
See also Thoth-Ioh.
Bronze.

802-040-020
Osiris-Ioh seated, dedicated by Ankhpekhrod n-p3-hrd, son of Pedesi P3-dj-3st, Dyn. XXVI or later, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.35. (Probably from Memphis.)
E. W[armenbol] & L. D[elvaux] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 95-6 [53] fig. on 96 (with text) (as from Thebes). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 11-12 [51]; A Catalogue ... Collection of Egyptian Antiquities ... E. Allemant. Foster Sale Cat., London, May 9-10, 1878, No. 288; *Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 14 [35]; Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 27 [19] (as probably from Thebes).

802-040-040
Osiris-Ioh seated, dedicated by Psametek Psmtk, son of Apekhshi(?) pj(?), Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2451.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 26 [28, b] Abb. 37-8 Taf. 5 [a]. See Ausf. Verz. 297.

802-040-041
Osiris-Ioh seated, inscribed but text mostly illegible, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 2452.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 207-8 [245, c] Abb. 245 Taf. 29 [a, b].

802-040-050
Osiris-Ioh, dedicated by Inu(?) Jnw(?), son of Shemai(?) m3j(?), Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38031 (JE 7071).
Daressy, Statues 13 pl. iii. See Mariette, Notice des principaux monuments [etc.] (1864), 114 [122].

802-040-051
Osiris-Ioh-Thoth seated, dedicated by Pedubaste P3-dj-b3stt, son of Khensardais nsw-jr-dj-s and Takhut T3-(3)-w3t, Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 38428 (JE 78).
Daressy, Statues 115-16 pl. xxiv. See Mariette, Notice des principaux monuments [etc.] (1864), 90-1 [5] (as from the Serapeum at Saqqâra).

802-040-080
Osiris-Ioh seated, inscribed but text not clear, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 2521.
Roeder, Äg. Bronzefiguren 207 [244, b] Abb. 244.

802-040-200
Osiris-Ioh-Thoth seated on lion-throne, inscribed, Ptolemaic, in Marseilles, Musée d'Archéologie Méditerranéenne, 585.
Meeks, C. and D. La Collection égyptienne. Guide du visiteur fig. on 57 [left]; Piérini, G. in Égyptes. Histoires & Cultures 3 (1993), fig. on 6 (as Late Period). See Maspero, Cat. 106 [385]; Nelson, Cat. No. 174.

802-040-210
Osiris-Ioh seated, dedicated by Hepmeneh p-mn, son of Pedubaste P3-dj-b3stt, Dyn. XXVI, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 5687.
Pavlov and Khodzhash, Egipetskaya plastika 79, 107 figs. 162-3, 165-6.

802-040-250
Osiris-Ioh-Thoth as nude child, dedicated by Djeamun(ef)ankh Dd-jmn-(jw.f-)n , son of Ptahardais Pt-jr-dj-s and Ir(t)harudjaennefu Jr(t)-rw-wd3-(n-)nfw , Late Period, in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 292.
See Golénischeff, Inventaire 35-6 (names).

802-040-350
Osiris-Ioh seated, dedicated by Pasheri P3-rj, son of Pashenesi P3-rj-n-3st, Late Period, formerly in H. J. P. Bomford colln.
Exhibition of Ancient Persian Bronzes ... and Other Selected Items of Ancient Art from the Collection of Mrs. Brenda Bomford (Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, Oct. 10-30, 1966), No. 194 pl. xii.

Ptah or Ptah-Sokari-Osiris.
Stone.

802-042-020
Ptah 'in the Mansion of Gold, against stela-shaped back pillar, dedicated by Heren... r-n..., son of Ankhefenubaste n.f-n-b3stt, wab-priest, probably Late Period, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 126.
Petrie Ital. photo. 387 [right]. See Kminek-Szedlo, Cat. 12 (text); Curto, L'Egitto antico 141 [317].

802-042-030
Ptah south of his wall, etc., dedicated by Hor rw, Prophet of Amun at Karnak, Scribe of documents of the Great House, etc., calcite, temp. Osorkon II to Petubastis I, fragment of back pillar in Chalon-sur-Saône, Musée Denon, DEG 2, pedestal in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. 31.5.25.10.
Jansen-Winkeln, K. in SAK 27 (1999), 123-39 Taf. 1-4 Abb. 1-8. Back pillar, Harlé, Egyptologie Collection du Musée Denon 10 [top] fig.; V. R[ondot] and M. G[abolde] in Les Collections égyptiennes dans les musées de Saône-et-Loire 78-9 [1] figs.; see Armand-Calliat, L. Catalogue des collections archéologiques [etc.] (1950), 86 [850].

802-042-040
Fragment of base, probably for Ptah, with scenes of Merneptah Mr-n-pt, King's son (of Ramesses II, future king), offering, grey granite, temp. Ramesses II, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 1801.
Petrie Ital. photo. 288. Text, Schiaparelli, Mus. Arch. Firenze 430-2 [1681]; Kitchen, Ram. Inscr. ii, 904-5 [364, A]. See Migliarini, Indication 94.

802-042-060
Headless statue, no text but certainly Ptah, green basalt, Dyn. XXVI, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AST.70.
Leemans, Aeg. Mon. i, 3 [A.93] pl. iii; Boeser, Beschreibung vii, 3 [5] Taf. xiii; Byvanck, De Kunst 372 pl. lxx [238]; Gids (1953), 54 [85] fig. 20; Klasens, Egyptische kunst 19 [8] pl.; Artefact 41 pl. 72; Sée, Grandes villes fig. on 258; Schneider and Raven, De Egyptische Oudheid 125 [124] fig.; Äg. und moderne Skulptur Cat. 80 fig.; Schneider, Beeldhouwkunst in het land van de farao's 82 fig. on 80; H. W. Müller Archive 12 [II/497-8] (as diorite). See Leemans, Descr. rais. 4-5 [A.93]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 75 [144].

802-042-080
Bust of Ptah, with name of Tuthmosis III, felspar, temp. Tuthmosis III, in Marseilles, Musée d'Archéologie Méditerranéenne, 3977.
See Le Nil et la société égyptienne No. 188; Nelson, Cat. No. 51.

802-042-150
Upper part of statue of a god, probably Ptah-Sokari-Osiris displaying features of Amenophis III, with names of Merneptah on back pillar, granodiorite, temp. Amenophis III, in The Thalassic Collection, Ltd. in 2002.
Freed, R. E. et al. Pharaohs of the Sun. Akhenaten, Nefertiti, Tutankhamen (1999), Cat. 6 fig.; W. R. J[ohnson] in Lacovara, P. et al. The Collector's Eye: Masterpieces of Egyptian Art from The Thalassic Collection, Ltd. (2001), Cat. 11 figs.; Lacovara, P. in KMT 12 [2] (2001), 28 fig. [left].

Wood.

802-042-250
Statuette base, almost certainly for Ptah, with text mentioning Nebre Nb(.j)-r , wab-priest, etc., and Apateu 3-p3-t3w, Servant (sdm), wood, Dyn. XIX-XX, in London, Petrie Museum, 35821.
Stewart, Eg. Stelae iii, 32 [119] pl. 40 (suggests probably from Thebes).

Bronze.

802-042-420
Statuette of Ptah, dedicated by Pedeheka P3-dj-k3, Late Period, bronze, formerly in Cardinal L. Lambruschini and Baron E. de Meester de Ravestein collns., now in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.7571.
De Smet, P. in Bull. Mus. Roy. 60 (1989), 96-7 [iv] fig. 4 (as perhaps from Memphis). See E. de Meester de Ravestein, Musée de Ravestein i (1871), No. 37.

802-042-450
Ptah, dedicated by Harsiesi rw-s3-3st , son of Pedusiri P3-dj-wsjr, Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38455.
Daressy, Statues 123 pl. xxvii.

802-042-451
Ptah, dedicated by Harwodj rw-wd3 , son of Pedusiri P3-dj-wsjr, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in Cairo Mus. CG 38458.
Daressy, Statues 123 pl. xxvii.

802-042-540
Ptah the Great, south of his wall, dedicated by Inufer J-nfr , son of Pedubaste P3-dj-b3stt, Late Period, in Hildesheim, Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Pelizaeus-Museum 51.
Ippel and Roeder, Denkmäler ... Hildesheim 114, 116 Abb. 51 [left]; Roeder, Äg. Bronzewerke 25-6 [108] Taf. 13 [a-c] Abb. 69, 70; id. Mythen und Legenden um ägyptische Gottheiten und Pharaonen Taf. 3. See Kayser, Äg. Altertümer 87.

802-042-675
Statuette of Ptah dedicated by Eswiauy Ns-wj3wj, bronze, Dyn. XXVI, in Antwerp, Bernard Blondeel, in 1994.
Bernard Blondeel. Tapisseries. Objets d'art (XVIIe Biennale Internationale des Antiquaires. Paris, Carrousel duLouvre, du 10 au 24 novembre, 1994), figs. on 3rd and 4th pages (as son of Akh-pet).

802-042-680
Ptah, on stepped base, inscribed, Late Period, in London, W. & F. C. Bonham & Sons Ltd., in 1995.
Bonhams. Fine Antiquities. Sale Cat. July 4, 1995, No. 25 fig.

802-042-700
Ptah, inscribed, Dyn. XXVI, in Vienna, Dorotheum, in 1998.
Dorotheum, Palais Dorotheum. Antike Kunst. Auktion am 28. April 1998, No. 93 fig. (as 'Pacherien-hathor, son of Paneferiwa').

802-042-750
Statuette of Ptah, dedicated by Pashenap P3-rj-n-p, son of Hetepubaste tp-b3stt and Irterau Jrt-r.w, bronze, Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's in 1971, in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1972, then in G. Halpern colln. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1998.
Charles Ede Ltd. Small Sculpture from Ancient Egypt (June 1972), No. 22 fig.; Ede, C. Collecting Antiquities. An Introductory Guide (1976), fig. 241 [c] on 93. See Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 6, 1971, No. 19; Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 17, 1998, No. 18 fig.

802-042-830
Ptah, inscribed, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in G. D. Phelps colln. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1998.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 4, 1998, No. 248 fig.

802-042-850
Ptah, dedicated by Wehebre W3-jb-r , son of Khatry 3trjj and Ten(t)sekhetneter T3-n(t)-st-ntr, Dyn. XXVI, in Resandro colln. in 1992.
Wildung, Entdeckungen No. 123 fig.; Schoske and Wildung, Gott und Götter im Alten Ägypten 128-9 [88] figs.; H. W. Müller Archive 75 [126/55, 57, 59, 61, 63, 65].

802-042-880
Ptah, inscribed, Dyn. XXVI, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1993.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 12, 1993, No. 30 fig. (text mentions 'Nubet-Hotep').

Faience.

802-043-030
Ptah, dedicated by Ankhefenmut n.f-n-mwt, -priest, on granite stepped base, Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo Mus. CG 38466.
See Daressy, Statues 125 (text).

Reshef.
Stone.

802-044-250
God, no text but probably Reshef, holding shield and wielding mace, Late Period, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 89.2.215.
Leibovitch in ASAE xxxix (1939), 159 pl. xxii [1] (as probably Dyn. XX-XXVI); Simpson in MMA Bull. N.S. x (1951-2), 183-7 figs. on 182-3; Hornemann, Types ii, pl. 321 (as Dyn. XX-XXVI); Lurker, The Gods and Symbols of Ancient Egypt fig. on 101; Shaw and Nicholson, British Museum Dictionary of Ancient Egypt fig. on 245 [right].

Bronze.

802-044-400
Reshef-Shu(?) as warrior, dedicated by Hor rw, son of Hepardais p-jr-dj-sand Irterau Jrt-jr.w, Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in J. Menascé colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1891.
Antiquités égyptiennes. Collection ... Menascé. Vente ... Hôtel Drouot, 23-4 fév. 1891, No. 344 pl. x. Text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xvi (1894), 63 [344].

Thoth-Ioh.
Bronze.

802-045-200
Probably Thoth-Ioh seated, dedicated by Djeneitefankh Dd-nt-jw.f-{dj}n , Late Period or Ptolemaic, formerly in E. Allemant colln., now in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 79.1.18. (Probably from Memphis.)
M.-P. V[anlathem] in Egypte onomwonden. Egyptische oudheden van het museum Vleeshuis 121 [117] fig. [left] (with text). See Allemant, E. Collection d'antiquités égyptiennes. Description [etc.] (1878), 6 [27] (as Dyn. XXVI); *A Catalogue ... Collection of Egyptian Antiquities ... E. Allemant. Foster Sale Cat., London, May 9-10, 1878, No. 145; Génard, P. Catalogue du Musée d'antiquités d'Anvers (1894), 12 [18]; Oudheidkundige Musea. Vleeshuis, Cat. viii, Egypte 32 [72].

802-045-300
Statuette of probably Thoth-Ioh wearing a headdress consisting of a moon crescent, sun disc, ibis head and a composite crown, on base (perhaps not belonging) with two baboons and text mentioning year 10 of King Djoser Amenhotep (probably deified Djoser Netjerikhet), perhaps Dyn. XXVI, bronze, at Sotheby's (New York) in 2000.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 14, 2000, No. 16 fig.

Unidentified.
Selected pieces.

Standing
Stone.

802-046-020
God, with head, arms and lower legs lost, probably Amun, basalt, Late Period, in Bristol, City of Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, H 405. (Found 'at the base of an obelisk' on February 25, 1802, so probably from Alexandria.)

802-046-040
Statuette of a god holding knife, lower legs lost, gneiss, Dyn. III, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 58.192. (Possibly from Saqqâra.)
Brief Guide (1970 and 1974), 24-5 fig. (as Libyan deity, diorite and late Dyn. III in 1970 ed., and mid-Dyn. III in 1974 ed.); Wildung in Miscellanea Wilbouriana 1 (1972), 146-59 figs. 6-10, 12 (as nome personification); Seidel and Wildung in Vandersleyen, Das Alte Ägypten 219 Abb. 120 (as possibly Onuris or Ha); Fazzini, Images for Eternity Cat. No. 12 fig. (as diorite); J. K[ari]g in Äg. Kunst ... Brooklyn No. 9 fig.; L. L[imme] in Égypte Éternelle No. 9 fig. (as diorite and Onuris or Ha); Joel, S. and Bianchi, Egyptian Treasures No. 1 pl. (as a); Bianchi, Anc. Eg. Sculpture Cat. 4 pl. (as Onuris or Ha); Aldred, Eg. Art 55 fig. 19 (as diorite); id. in Leclant, Le Temps des Pyramides 179 fig. 176 (as diorite); Smith, Art ... Anc. Eg. (1981), 61 fig. 46 (as probably Dyn. III-IV); J. F. R[omano] in Neferut net Kemit No. 11 fig. (as Onuris and Dyn. III-IV); id. in Fazzini, Anc. Eg. Art No. 7 fig. = Anc. Eg. Art [CD-ROM] (1995), 007 fig. (as late Dyn. III or early Dyn. IV); Schüssler, K. Kleine Geschichte der ägyptischen Kunst fig. on 100; Hart, Pharaohs and Pyramids frontispiece (as Dyn. III-IV and probably Onuris); Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 7 fig. (as Onuris or Ha and Dyn. III-IV); Cody, M. E. in Fazzini, R. A. et al. Art for Eternity. Masterworks from Ancient Egypt (1999), 43 [6] fig. (as Onuris).

802-046-250
Statue of male god, head and lower legs lost, granodiorite, probably temp. Amenophis III, in San Francisco CA, M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, 54661.
B. M. B[ryan] in Kozloff et al. Egypt's Dazzling Sun 136, 145, 164, 267, 348 Cat. 18 figs.; id. in Kozloff et al. Aménophis III, le Pharaon-Soleil 110, 119, 135, 190, 305 Cat. 18 figs.

802-046-255
Statue of god holding crook and flail, plumes and feet lost, granodiorite, Dynasty XXV (perhaps temp. Taharqa), in Southampton, Southampton City Art Gallery.
Wardley, K. and Davies, V. in Sudan & Nubia 3 (1999), 28-9 col. pls. xiv-xvii and back cover.

802-046-270
Male god, head and lower legs lost, granodiorite, Ptolemaic, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, ÄS 5807.
Rogge, Statuen 30. Dyn. 106-9 figs.

802-046-350
Nude boy, probably Harpocrates, feet lost, black granite, probably New Kingdom, formerly in Eddé colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1911.
Collection de M. le Docteur Eddé, d'Alexandrie. Antiquités égyptiennes et grecques ... Vente à Paris, Hôtel Drouot ... 31 mai - 2 juin 1911, No. 527 pl. 8.

Wood.

802-046-600
A deity, probably Dyn. XIX-XX, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AH.19.
Boeser, Beschreibung iii, 6 [44] Taf. xvi. See Leemans, Descr. rais. 58 [D.105]; Boeser, Cat. (1907), 49 [5] (all as man).

Seated
Stone.

802-047-040
Statuette of a seated god (head which used to be attached to it is not ancient), dedicated by (T)efnakht (T )3.f-nt (possibly added later), granodiorite, Ptolemaic or Roman Period, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1932.205.1.
Berman, L. M. Catalogue of Egyptian Art 535 [454] fig.

802-047-048
Middle part of seated statue, probably Amun, head, right hand, left forearm, and lower legs lost, diorite, probably temp. Amenophis III, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Æ.I.N. 1465.
Koefoed-Petersen, Cat. des statues 23 [35] pl. 38 (as king and black granite); id. Ægyptisk Billedhuggerkunst (1951), 16 pl. 16 (as king); id. Eg. Sculpture (1951), 16-17 pl. 16; (1962), 19 pl. 14 (both as king); Jørgensen, M. Egypt II (1550-1080 B.C.). Catalogue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 96-7 [28] fig.

802-047-050
God (or king?), with text of Amasis, temp. Amasis, formerly in R. G. B. Sabatier colln. and in Paris, Hôtel Drouot, in 1890, now in Copenhagen, Nationalmuseet, 3603.
Buhl, A Hundred Masterpieces No. 21 (as Amasis); Myliwiec, Royal Portraiture 121 pl. lxiv (as Amasis). Text, Legrain in Rec. Trav. xiv (1893), 55 [7] (as Amasis); Mogensen, Inscr. hiéro. 101 (as Amasis). See Legrain, Collection ... Sabatier. Cat. ... d'antiquités égyptiennes [etc.], Vente, Hôtel Drouot, 31 mars - 4 avril, 1890, No. 7 (as Amasis); Guide. Oriental and Classical Antiquity (1950), 25 [29, N] (as Amasis); Louisiana. 5000 års No. 185 (as Amasis); Leahy, A. in GM 80 (1984), 67 [N.B. 1].

802-047-100
A god, probably Amun, left forearm, right arm and right knee lost, temp. Tutankhamun, formerly in Munich, H. Herzer & Co., now in Karlsruhe, Badisches Landesmuseum, 65.15.
Apollo lxxx [32] (Oct. 1964), Advertisements, fig. on lxv; Thimme, J. in Petrasch, E. (ed.), Neuerwerbungen 1952-1965. Eine Auswahl (Karlsruhe, Badisches Landes-Museum, 1966), No. 2 fig.; Jahrbuch der Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen in Baden-Württemberg iii (1966), 223-4 fig. 153; Brinkmann, E. M. in ib. iv (1967), 7-18 figs. 1-4; Petrasch, E. (ed.), Badisches Landesmuseum Bildkatalog (1968), Kat. B 13 fig.; id. (ed.), Bildkatalog (1976), No. 13 pl.; Schroeder, O. (ed.), Das Badische Landesmuseum im Karlsruher Schloß. Ein Rundgang [etc.] (1976), No. 34 fig.; Brunner-Traut et al. Osiris, Kreuz und Halbmond No. 23 figs.; Maaß, M. et al. 150 Jahre Antikensammlungen in Karlsruhe 1838-1988, 125, 170 Abb. 89; Jürgens, P. in Gamer-Wallert and Grieshammer, Ägyptische Kunst 91-2 [12] fig. on 43; Seipel, Gott, Mensch, Pharao Kat. 105 fig. (as probably from Karnak). Upper part, Wolf-Brinkmann, E. M. in Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts 83 (1968), Beiblatt, Archäologischer Anzeiger 487 [3] Abb. 3; Thimme, Antike Meisterwerke im Karlsruher Schloss (1986), 52 [14] fig. on 53.

802-047-200
Seated god, head, arms and most of legs lost, quartzite, late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in Vaughn Foundation colln. in 1995.
Scott III, G. D. Dynasties: The Egyptian Royal Image in the New Kingdom [ = Varia Aegyptiaca 10 [1] (1995)], 41 [26] fig. (as a god or a king).

Upper parts or busts
Stone.

802-048-050
Upper part of statue, possibly of Tatanen, granodiorite, probably temp. Amenophis III, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 10607.
Breasted, The Dawn of Conscience fig. 4 facing 34 (as black granite and Ptah); Wilson, Burden fig. 7 [b] (as Ptah); Vandier, Manuel iii, 630 pl. cxxiii [6] (as diorite); A Guide to the Oriental Institute Museum (1982), fig. 21 (as black granite and probably from Thebes); The Oriental Institute 1984-1985 Annual Report fig. on 99; B. M. B[ryan] in Kozloff et al. Egypt's Dazzling Sun 41, 136, 143, 145, 164, 182, 252, 319, 468 Cat. 17 figs.; id. in Kozloff et al. Aménophis III, le Pharaon-Soleil 33, 110, 117, 119, 135, 153, 190, 212, 278, 402 Cat. 17 fig. on 150; Teeter, E. in Minerva 10 [3] (May-June 1999), 28 fig. 7.

802-048-150
Bust, probably Dyn. XVIII, in Lausanne, Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Inv. Ég. 4.
Capart in Chron. d'Ég. xv (1940), fig. on 250 [right]; Wild, Antiquités égyptiennes de la collection du Dr Widmer 8-9 pl. vii [Eg. 4] (as possibly from Mît Rahîna and temp. Amenophis II); Chappaz, J.-L. in Zutter, J. and Lepdor, C. (eds.), La Collection du Dr Henri-Auguste Widmer au Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne 96 ill. 78 (as Dyn. XII or XXVI).

802-048-170
A god, upper part, arms lost, red granite, probably late Dyn. XVIII, in Marseilles, Musée d'Archéologie Méditerranéenne, 207.
Benoit, F. Musée Archéologique de Marseille 38-9 fig. on 43 [right]; H. W. Müller Archive 14 [II/856-7] (as not of red granite). See Maspero, Cat. 6 [7] (as Dyn. XII-XIII and probably from the Delta).

802-048-190
A god, upper part, diorite, probably Dyn. III, in Rome, Museo Barracco, 40.
Bongrani Fanfoni in Bondì, S. F. et al. Studi in onore di Edda Bresciani 97-101 Tav. i-iii on 102-4; Careddu, G. La collezione egizia No. 24 pl. (as black granite and Dyn. XIX); Sist, L. Museo Barracco. Arte egizia 43-4 fig. (as probably Middle Kingdom). See Cat. (1910), 17 [40] (as black granite); Pietrangeli, Guida (1960), 84 [40]; (1963), 96 [40] (as black granite).

802-048-210
Upper part of statue of a seated god, arms lost, quartzite, probably temp. Amenophis III, in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 22674.
Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 13 [24] Tav. xv [24] (as No. 17 and calcite); B. M. B[ryan] in Kozloff et al. Egypt's Dazzling Sun 142 fig. V.23; id. in Kozloff et al. Aménophis III, le Pharaon-Soleil 116 fig. V.20; Marburg photo. 629190; H. W. Müller Archive 24 [I/333-4]. See Marucchi, Museo Egizio 45 [21] (as Dyn. XXVI); Grenier, Museo Gregoriano Egizio 47, 49 [V.5].

802-048-230
Upper part, wearing double-crown, right arm lost, inscribed on back pillar, basalt, in Vienna, Dorotheum, in 1998.
Dorotheum, Palais Dorotheum. Antike Kunst. Auktion am 28. April 1998, No. 98 fig.

802-048-250
Bust, granite, probably Dyn. XVIII, formerly in H. Hoffmann colln.
Legrain, Collection H. Hoffmann. Cat. des antiquités égyptiennes (1894), No. 45 pl. x.

802-048-300
Bust with scarab-beetle on crown of head, probably Khepri and from sphinx or scarab statue, 3rd Int. or Late Period, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1986.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Nov. 24, 1986, No. 176 fig.

802-048-350
Headless upper part, probably a god rather than a king, from a seated statue, remains of text on back pillar, black granite, New Kingdom or Late Period, in Waterfield colln. in 1952.

Heads
Stone.

802-049-020
Head of colossal statue, possibly Mandulis, black granite, Ptolemaic or Roman Period, in Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 14129.
Egiptul antic No. 42 fig. on 29 [right lower]; Wildung, D. in Grimm, A. et al. Pharao. Kunst und Herrschaft im alten Ägypten (1997), 79 [61] fig. (as royal). See Ausf. Verz. 325.

802-049-040
Head, black granite, probably temp. Amenophis III, the left half in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, in 1976, the whole piece now in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 44.28+1979.42. (Probably from Karnak.)
Right half, No. 44.28, Simpson, The Face of Egypt No. 49 fig. Left half, No. 1979.42, Sotheby Parke Bernet (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 11, 1976, No. 225 fig. (as diorite). Complete, Simpson in Boston Mus. Bull. 77 (1979), 45-6 figs. 20-1; A Table of Offerings (Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 1987), 32-3 fig.

802-049-060
Head and left shoulder of statue of a god with plumed crown, peridotite, temp. Amenophis III, formerly in E. Brummer colln. and at Sotheby's in 1964, now in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 67.14.
Sotheby Sale Cat. (E. Brummer), Nov. 16-17 1964, No. 91 fig. (as Shu and grey/green granite); Brooklyn Mus. Ann. viii (1966-7), 33 fig.; Bothmer in Berman, The Art of Amenhotep III: Art Historical Analysis 86 fig. 16 on pl. 23 (as green magnesite marble); B. M. B[ryan] in Kozloff et al. Egypt's Dazzling Sun 175-6, 469 fig. 15a (as probably Osiris); id. in Kozloff et al. Aménophis III, le Pharaon-Soleil 145, 403 fig. [15] a (as probably Osiris).

802-049-080
Head, no text but probably Amun with features of Tutankhamun, grey granite, temp. Tutankhamun, formerly in H. Hoffmann colln., now in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.5698.
Legrain, Collection H. Hoffmann. Cat. des antiquités égyptiennes (1894), No. 15 pl. iv; Burlington Cat. (1922), 29 [5] pl. vii; Weigall, Anc. Eg. ... Art fig. on 215; Capart, Documents i, 25 pls. 33-4; id. Tout-Ankh-Amon (1950), fig. 1 (frontispiece); Dept. ég. Album pl. 20; Musées Royaux d'Art et Histoire. Album fig. 34; Vandier, Manuel iii, 618 pl. cxviii [5]; Antiquités, Extrême-Orient, Ethnographie (1958), No. 19 pl.; Gilbert in Chron. d'Ég. xxxvi (1961), 48 fig. 13; id. in ib. xxxix (1964), 23 fig. iv; id. Méditerranée antique [etc.], fig. 48; Le Règne du Soleil. Akhnaton et Néfertiti. Exposition ... Bruxelles, 17 janvier - 16 mars 1975, No. 81 figs.; Van Rinsveld, Dieux et déesses de l'ancienne Égypte 26-7 [5] fig. See Lefebvre, F. and Van Rinsveld, B. L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes 91.

802-049-085
Head, probably a god, diorite, probably early Dyn. III, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln. S.133, now in Brussels, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, E.7039.
Wildung in Miscellanea Wilbouriana 1 (1972), 145-6, 154 figs. 1-5, 11, 13; Lefebvre, F. and Van Rinsveld, B. L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes 34 fig. 18 (as probably from Saqqâra); Van Rinsveld, Dieux et déesses de l'ancienne Égypte 14-15 [1] figs.; De Putter, T. and Karlshausen, C. Les Pierres utilisées dans la sculpture et l'architecture de l'Égypte pharaonique 79 pl. 19 [a]. See Romano in JEA 71 (1985), Reviews Supplement 20 [55].

802-049-150
Head, probably Amun with features of Amenemhet III, greywacke, temp. Amenemhet III, in Cairo Mus. Temp. No. 13.4.22.9.
Evers, Staat aus dem Stein i, Abb. 26; Encycl. phot. Caire pl. 50 (as schist); Vandier, Manuel iii, 596 [M.E. V] pl. lxvii [2] (as schist); Müller, Äg. Kunst Abb. 80 [upper] (as Min or Amun and slate); Wildung, Sesostris und Amenemhet 70 Abb. 61 (as slate); Russmann and Finn, Egyptian Sculpture. Cairo and Luxor fig. on 68 [30]; H. W. Müller Archive 53 [II/1400-2, 1978-9]. See Maspero, Guide 111 [315] (as basalt); Baines in Acta Orientalia xxxvii (1976), 20 (as Amenemhet III); Gabolde, M. in Chron. d'Ég. lxxi (1996), 97-8 [30] (suggests recarved during the Late Period).

802-049-170
Head, Old or Middle Kingdom, in Cambridge, University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 1947.95, on loan to Fitzwilliam Museum.
See Dodson in GM 99 (1987), 95 n. 10 (as possibly Dyn. IV).

802-049-190
Head, probably nome-god, late Dyn. XII, in Cincinnati (Ohio), Cincinnati Art Museum, 1970.170. (Probably from Hawâra.)
Cooney in Apollo xciii (1971), 244 fig. 1 (quotes Winlock who suggested it comes from el-Lisht); Gazette des Beaux-Arts lxxvii (1971), Suppl. Feb. 1971, fig. 237 on 53 (as Hapi); The Cincinnati Art Museum Bulletin 9 [1-2] (June 1971), 46 fig. on front cover (as Hapi); Cincinnati Art Museum Handbook (1975), fig. on 8 (as Hapi); Masterpieces from the Cincinnati Art Museum (1984), fig. on 18 [lower] (as from el-Lisht); E. R. R[ussmann], Cincinnati Art Museum. Egyptian Art. Gallery 102 illus. 4. See The Art Quarterly xxxiii (1970), 454; Cincinnati (Ohio), Cincinnati Art Museum. Early Egyptian Section 3, 2nd item.

802-049-210
Head, green schist, Dyn. XXVI or later, in Hamburg, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, 1925.108.
Sauerlandt, M. Das Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg 1877-1927. Neuerwerbungen aus den Jahren 1919-1927, 39 Taf. 19; Essen. 5000 Jahre No. 129 Abb. (as Dyn. XXVI); Hoffmann, H. and Hewicker, F. Kunst des Altertums in Hamburg 35 Taf. 9 (as early Ptolemaic).

802-049-230
Right side of head, diorite (gneiss), end of Dyn. III, in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1975.1.
Munro, P. Jahresbericht 1973-76 in Hannoversche Geschichtsblätter N.F. 30 (1976), 267 [1] figs. (as probably from the Memphite area); Ägyptische Abteilung. Rundplastik des Alten und Mittleren Reiches 2 [1] fig. (as probably from Saqqâra).

802-049-250
Head, no text but probably Amun, basalt, probably Dyn. XIX-XX, formerly in D. M. Fouquet colln. and in Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, in 1922, now in Havana, Museo Nacional, 23.
Collection ... Fouquet. Art égyptien [etc.], 1ère vente, Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, June 12-14, 1922, No. 16 pl. ii; Chassinat, Les Antiquités égyptiennes de la Collection Fouquet (1922), 20 pl. viii; Lipiska, Mon. Ég. Cuba 8, 9 figs.

802-049-270
Head, quartzite, probably temp. Tuthmosis IV, in Heidelberg, Ägyptologische Sammlung der Universität, 300.
Feucht, Vom Nil zum Neckar Kat. 185 fig.

802-049-290
Head, probably of Ptah, mid-Dyn. XII, formerly in N. Schimmel colln., now in Jerusalem, Israel Museum, 91.71.257.
Ertman in JNES 31 (1972), 83-6 figs. 1, 2; J. D. C[ooney] in Muscarella, O. W. (ed.), Ancient Art. The Norbert Schimmel Collection (1974), No. 185 pl.; Von Troja bis Amarna No. 214 fig. See MMA Bull. N.S. xlix [4] (Spring 1992), 63.

802-049-310
Head of youthful god, granite, probably Dyn. XXV, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, F.1982/8.1.
Schneider in Nederlandse Rijksmusea civ (1983), 222 fig. 2 on 217 (as Khons); id. Beeldhouwkunst in het land van de farao's 83 [34] fig.

802-049-330
Head, probably of statue of Imhotep Jj-m-tp, diorite, probably Dyn. XXVI, in Mariemont, Musée Royal de Mariemont, B.131 (E.48).
Van de Walle in Antiquités ... Mariemont 29 pl. 5.

802-049-350
Head wearing two tall plumes, sun-disc and horns, granite, probably Meroitic, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, Gl. 68. (Acquired in Luxor.)
Staatl. Sammlung (1976), 229 [142] figs. See Wolters, Illus. Kat. 13-14 [39a]; id. Führer (1928), 13 [72] (as Dyn. XXV); Staatl. Sammlung (1972), 150.

802-049-352
Head of colossal statue, probably of Ptah, greywacke, Dyn. XVIII-XIX, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, Gl. 80.
Von Bissing in Münchner Jahrb. (1911), 164 [9] Abb. 7 (as basalt); Äg. Sammlung (1966), Abb. 19; Staatl. Sammlung (1972), 34 pl. 12; (1976), 148 fig.; Schoske, S. (ed.), Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst München (1995), 56-7 Abb. 56 (as probably temp. Amenophis III); H. W. Müller Archive 13 [II/922-4]. See Wolters, Illus. Kat. 15 [45h]; id. Führer 11 [53] (as basalt); Essen. 5000 Jahre No. 111 (as syenite and probably from Memphis); Vandier, Manuel iii, 641 [53] (as basalt and end of Dyn. XVIII).

802-049-355
Head of statue wearing sun-disc, probably sun-god (or King Sabacon?), with name of Nefer[irka]re, Ranefer[ef] or others on back pillar, quartzite, temp. Neferirkare or Raneferef (or Sabacon?), formerly in W. Esch colln., now in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 4859. (Said to come from Memphis.)
Müller, H. W. in Pantheon xviii (1960), 109-13 figs. on 111, 113; Schenk, A. Graf von Stauffenberg in Die Sammlung W. Esch, Duisburg. Werke altägyptischer und koptischer Kunst (1961), 9 Abb. 1; Russmann in Brooklyn Mus. Ann. x (1968-9), 93 figs. 1-3 (as Sabacon); id. Representation 45-6 [2] fig. 2 (as Sabacon); Leclant in Vercoutter et al. The Image of the Black in Western Art i, 92 fig. 69 (as Sabacon); Wildung, D. in Schoske, S. (ed.), Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst München (1995), 38 Abb. 33 (as Sabacon). See Müller, H. W. in Münchner Jahrb. 3 Ser. xiv (1963), 216; Äg. Sammlung (1966), No. 24; Staatl. Sammlung (1972), 33-4; (1976), 42; Wildung, Fünf Jahre Neuerwerbungen der Staatlichen Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst München 1976-1980, 41 (as probably Sabacon).

802-049-357
Head of statue, probably Sopt, quartzite, Dyn. XII, formerly in Sir Jacob Epstein and M. Stansfeld collns. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1988, now in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst, ÄS 7106.
The Martin Stansfeld Collection of Ancient Art (New York, Sotheby's, Dec. 2, 1988), No. 46 figs.; Schoske, S. in Münchner Jahrb. 3 Ser. xlv (1994), 186-8 Abb. 2-4; id. (ed.), Staatliche Sammlung Ägyptischer Kunst München (1995), 54-5 Abb. 54.

802-049-370
Head, probably Amun, diorite, temp. Tutankhamun, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 07.228.34.
A Handbook of the Egyptian Rooms (1911), 115 fig. 43 (as granite); Winlock in MMA Bull. Pt. ii, Oct. 1923, fig. on 11; Hoyningen-Huene and Steindorff, Egypt (1943), fig. on 122; (1945), fig. on 129; Scott, Egyptian Statues (1945), 19th pl. (as granite); Taylor, F. H. in MMA Bull. N.S. x (1951-2), fig. on 220 (as granite); Hayes, Scepter ii, 300 fig. 185; Clark, K. Masterpieces of Fifty Centuries No. 29 fig.; Brinkmann in Jahrbuch der Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen in Baden-Württemberg iv (1967), 16 fig. 9 (as granite and 07.228.37).

802-049-371
Head, probably Amun, diorite, end of Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 07.228.35.
Hayes, Scepter ii, 311 fig. 193.

802-049-373
Head, probably temp. Amenophis II, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 07.228.50.
Fay, B. in MDAIK 51 (1995), 21-2 [5] Taf. 8 [c, d], 9 [a-c]. See Hayes, Scepter ii, 162 (as Hapi).

802-049-390 (adjoins Cairo CG 927 and 39210, so moved to Bibl. ii2.127)

802-049-410
Head wearing plumed crown, probably Amun, red granite, mid-Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in Seattle (Wash.), Seattle Art Museum, 51.69.
Handbook. Seattle Art Museum (1951), fig. on 10 [right]; Sheikholeslami in Bacharach, J. L. et al. Near Eastern Civilizations through Art (1977), fig. 24 (as possibly temp. Tutankhamun); Teeter, Egyptian Art in the Collection of the Seattle Art Museum No. 5 fig. on 11.

802-049-430
Lower part of head, black granite, probably temp. Tutankhamun, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, MM 15407.
Peterson and George, Två faraoner figs. on 49 and front cover [lower]; B. G[eorge] in Medelhavsmuseet. En introduktion 56 fig. on 57 (as diorite and Tutankhamun); Lindblad, I. in Medelhavsmuseet Bull. 19 (1984), 31-4 pls. 8-10.

802-049-450
Head wearing plumed crown, probably of Amun, with name and title of Userhet Wsr-3t, sem-priest in the temple of the King, granite, Dyn. XVIII-XIX, in Strasbourg, Institut d'Égyptologie, 185.

802-049-470
Head, probably Amun, black granite, probably temp. Amenophis III, in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 22755.
Botti and Romanelli, Le Sculture del Museo Gregoriano Egizio 60 [103] Tav. xl [103] (as No. 327 and Dyn. XXVI); Müller, M. in SAK 8 (1980), 211-12 [b] Taf. vii.

802-049-500
Head, no text but probably Amun-Re, grey granite, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in E. Brummer colln. and at Sotheby's in 1964.
Sotheby Sale Cat. (E. Brummer), Nov. 16-17, 1964, No. 73 fig.

802-049-520
Head, sandstone, probably Ramesside, at Christie's in 1972.
Christie Sale Cat. Dec. 6, 1972, No. 196 pl. 6 (as Nile-god or similar).

802-049-525
Head wearing sidelock, no text but probably Harpocrates, probably Ptolemaic, at Christie's in 1980.
Christie Sale Cat. Nov. 26, 1980, No. 223 fig. (as Graeco-Roman).

802-049-527
Head, probably a god rather than a king, right side damaged, possibly Dyn. XVIII, at Christie's in 1997.
Christie Sale Cat. June 11, 1997, No. 65 fig.

802-049-570
Head, no text but certainly Amun, black granite, Dyn. XX, at Christie's (New York) in 1979.
Christie (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 5, 1979, No. 288 fig.

802-049-585
Head wearing atef-crown, probably Osiris, granite, Dyn. XXV-XXVI, formerly in G. Cooper colln. and at Sotheby's in 1997.
Sotheby Sale Cat. June 12, 1997, No. 340 fig.; Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 8 [5] (Sept.-Oct. 1997), 45 fig. 17.

802-049-590
Head, no text but probably Amun with features of Tutankhamun, black granite, probably temp. Tutankhamun, in London, Daedalus Ancient Art, in 1992.
Ancient Egyptian Art. An Exhibition of Selected Works Offered by Rupert Wace & Daedalus (Summer 1992), fig. on 3rd p. and front cover. Face, Minerva 3 [4] (July-Aug. 1992), fig. on 45 [right].

802-049-610
Head wearing white crown, left side only, probably Osiris or a king, green schist, probably Dyn. XXVI, formerly in E. Erickson colln. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1989.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. June 23, 1989, No. 66 fig.

802-049-630
Upper part of head, probably Amun with features of Tutankhamun, probably temp. Tutankhamun, in Basel, Münzen und Medaillen A. G., in 1972.
Werke ägyptischer Kunst [etc.] (Münzen und Medaillen A. G. Auktion 46, Basel, April 28, 1972), No. 58 figs.

802-049-645
Head, probably of Osiris rather than a king, wearing white or atef-crown, Dyn. XXVI, in Zurich, Rhéa Galerie, in 1995.
Minerva 6 [5] (Sept.-Oct. 1995), fig. on 45 (as king).

802-049-650
Head, probably Amun, quartzite, late Dyn. XVIII, in Resandro colln. in 1992.
Äg. und moderne Skulptur Cat. 56 fig.; Wildung in Antike Welt 23 (1992), Abb. 2 on 198; Schoske and Wildung, Gott und Götter im Alten Ägypten 22-5 [11] figs.

802-049-651
Head wearing sidelock, no text but probably Harpocrates, green porphyry, probably 3rd Int. Period, formerly in Danforth Miller colln. and in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, in 1974 and 1978, then in Resandro colln. in 1992.
Sotheby Parke Bernet (New York) Sale Cat. Nov. 22, 1974, No. 71 fig.; Dec. 14, 1978, No. 370 fig. (both as magnesite marble and probably Dyn. XXX); Wildung, Entdeckungen No. 97 fig.; Schoske and Wildung, Gott und Götter im Alten Ägypten 53-5 [33] figs.

802-049-680
Incomplete head of a god or goddess, quartzite, possibly Dyn. XIX, at Sotheby's (New York) 1987.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Nov. 24-5, 1987, No. 271 fig.

802-049-681
Head wearing sidelock and crown, presumably god, diorite, late Ptolemaic, at Sotheby's (New York) in 1987.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. Nov. 24-5, 1987, No. 277 fig.

802-049-720
Head wearing white crown, a god rather than a king, Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in C. D. Kelekian and L. Wolfe collns. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1984.
Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. March 1-2, 1984, No. 158 fig.

802-049-750
Head, probably Amun, left side damaged, calcite, late Dyn. XVIII, in private possession in Germany in 1985.
Müller, M. in SAK 8 (1980), 212-13 [c] Taf. viii (as temp. Tutankhamun); Wildung, Entdeckungen No. 54 fig.

802-049-850
Head of statue of a god, nose damaged, greywacke, probably temp. Amenophis III, in private possession in 1993.
B. M. B[ryan] in Kozloff et al. Egypt's Dazzling Sun 140, 141 fig. V.18; id. in Kozloff et al. Aménophis III, le Pharaon-Soleil 114 fig. V.16.

Bronze.

802-050-300
Head, probably of statue of Imhotep Jj-m-tp, bronze, probably Ptolemaic, in Mariemont, Musée Royal de Mariemont, B.4 (E.54).
Collection Raoul Warocqué. Antiquités égyptiennes, grecques et romaines (1903), 6 [4] fig. (as Dyn. XXVI); van de Walle in Antiquités ... Mariemont 33-4 pl. 9; Thierry, S. in L'Oeil 278 (Sept. 1978), fig. 11 on 43 (as Late Period).

802-050-500
Head (mask) for attachment to statue, probably a god rather than king, bronze, probably Dyn. XXII, formerly in J. J. Klejman and E. H. Heckett collns. and at Sotheby's (New York) in 1977 and 1996.
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. 36 fig. (as possibly Hatshepsut); Sotheby (New York) Sale Cat. May 21, 1977, No. 347 fig.; June 13, 1996, No. 23 figs.; Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 7 [6] (Nov.-Dec.1996), 46 fig. 1.

802-050-690
Head (mask) for attachment to statue, probably a god rather than a king, bronze, 3rd Int. Period, at Sotheby's in 1996.
Sotheby Sale Cat. Dec. 10, 1996, No. 76 [1st item] fig. and back cover; Eisenberg, J. M. in Minerva 8 [2[ (March-April 1997), 45 fig. 18 (as Dyn. XXII).

802-050-700
Head (mask) for attachment to statue, probably a god rather than king, bronze, probably Dyn. XXII, in New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc., in 1980.
Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc. (New York) Sale Cat. Dec. 11, 1980, No. 268 fig.

802-050-710
Head (mask) for attachment to statue, probably a god rather than king, bronze, Dyn. XXI-XXII, in private possession in Switzerland in 1998.
M. P[age-]G[asser] in Page-Gasser, M. and Wiese, A. B. Ägypten. Augenblicke der Ewigkeit (1997), 204 [131] fig. on 203.

802-050-711
Head (mask) for attachment to statue, probably a god rather than king, bronze, Dyn. XXI-XXII, in private possession in Switzerland in 1998.
M. P[age-]G[asser] in Page-Gasser, M. and Wiese, A. B. Ägypten. Augenblicke der Ewigkeit (1997), 204-5 [132] fig.

Other fragments, including bases and pedestals
Stone.

802-051-020 (now 801-727-015)

802-051-300
Fragment of base and feet, probably of Ptah, with remains of text mentioning ...khnum ...hnmw..., son of ...nakht(?) ...nt(?), granite, probably Late Period, in Swansea, University of Wales, The Egypt Centre, W.1331.

Bronze.

802-051-550
Pasi P3-s, wab-priest of Astarte in Diospolis Inferior (Tell el-Balamûn), son of Natayuset N-t3-jjwst(?) (mother), base (for statuette of Ptah?), Dyn. XXVI, with dealer in Cairo in 1900.
Names and titles, Newberry in PSBA xxiii (1901), 219-20 [23].

Sculptor's models
Stone.

802-053-250
Bust, Ptolemaic, in Luzern, Ars Antiqua AG, in 1961.
Antike Kunstwerke. Ars Antiqua AG Luzern Auktion III April 29, 1961, No. 6 Taf. 6; H. W. Müller Archive 72 [II/2709-11, 2727-8].



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