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head of king, part of crown, ankh-sign, fragment
The relief represents the god Amun: as identified by the plumes on his crown; a female, who can identified as either a member of the royal family or servant; a representation of the King, who recieves the gift of life from a god.
temple of Nebhepetre Montuhotep Deir el Bahri Egypt
circa 2055 B.C. 2004 B.C.