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Lower Portion of a Statue

Egyptian, Classical, Ancient Near Eastern Art

MEDIUM Granite
  • Place Made: Egypt
  • DYNASTY Probably XIX Dynasty to XX Dynasty, usurped Dyn XXII
    INSCRIPTIONS A cartouche naming an Osorkon in front of the right foot
    MUSEUM LOCATION This item is not on view
    CREDIT LINE Gift of Helmy F. Nashed
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    CAPTION Lower Portion of a Statue. Granite Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Helmy F. Nashed, 72.128. Creative Commons-BY
    IMAGE front, CUR.72.128_negA.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph
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    CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION Feet and base of a standing statue and the bottom of a staff or standard on the left side.
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    Lower Portion of a Statue