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Mentuemhat in Ecclesiastical Dress

c. 667–647 BCE
Overall: 104.1 x 46 cm (41 x 18 1/8 in.)
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Location: 107 Egyptian

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Mentuemhat is in ecclesiastical dress in adoration before a deity. While the relief is almost finished, the paint was never applied and the inscriptions that were to go within the red columns were not even outlined.
Mentuemhat in Ecclesiastical Dress

Mentuemhat in Ecclesiastical Dress

c. 667–647 BCE

Egypt, Late period (715–332 BCE), Dynasties 25–26

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