Red granite seated statue of a man and wife; legs lost; hieroglyphic text including the prenomen and Horus-name of Osorkon III and identifying a man (name lost) as priest of Amun and his wife as Ankhesenast; the inscription is Third Intermediate Period, the statue probably 18th Dynasty.

An00111365 001 l

Thing

Made Of
red granite
Type of Thing
statue

People

Acquired From
Salt, Henry to The British Museum

Place

Found In
Karnak

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