Wooden figure of Ramses IX, standing with left foot advanced, wearing nemes head-cloth and kilt, the eyes and eyebrows are modelled in the round rather than having been inlaid, the arms are missing although both tenons survive, the figure probably held a mace in the right and a stave in the left hand, the legs have been restored, the whole bears traces of a layer of bitumen.

An00036144 001 l


Made Of
wood, bitumen
Type of Thing


Acquired From
Salt, Henry to The British Museum
Ramses II
Found, Excavated, Collected By
Belzoni, Giovanni Battista


Found In
Tomb of Ramses II
In Gallery
G63/12, 07 Apr 2000


Acquired In
1140BC, circa
19th Dynasty

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