These blocks may be from Amenhotep III's temple at Kom el-Ahmar, ancient Hebenu, in Middle Egypt, dedicated to the god Horus. Hebenu was the capital of the Oryx Nome, which leads the procession of nome gods. Amenhotep III's temple was later dismantled, and its blocks were reused in the foundations of another structure, which would account for the excellent preservation of the paint.

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Nome Gods Bearing Offerings, c. 1391-1353 BC

painted limestone, Overall: h. 66.00 cm (25 15/16 inches). John L. Severance Fund 1961.205

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