Relief from the tomb of Ankhhaf: on the front face there are standing figures of Ankhhaf and his wife Nefertsedjmet, with their names inscribed above; on the side is a figure of Ankhhaf's son Netjeruser with a staff on the surface on the side. The piece is carved in good, sunk relief. No colour remains.

An00229574 001 l


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Salt, Henry to The British Museum


Found In
Tomb of Ankhhaf


Acquired In
4th Dynasty

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