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Statuette of a kneeling king wearing the nemes headcloth and uraeus, his hands holding an offering for the gods, now lost. Representations of kneeling kings always portray them in veneration before a deity, often presenting offerings.

Unknown4th century BCE - 3rd century BCE

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Jerusalem, Israel

Credit: Gift of Abraham Guterman, New York, to American Friends of the Israel Museum

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  • Title: Statuette of a kneeling king wearing the nemes headcloth and uraeus, his hands holding an offering for the gods, now lost. Representations of kneeling kings always portray them in veneration before a deity, often presenting offerings.
  • Creator: Unknown
  • Date Created: 4th century BCE - 3rd century BCE
  • Location: Egypt
  • Type: Statuette
  • Rights: The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Photo © David A. Loggie, N.Y.
  • External Link: Israel Museum, Jerusalem
  • Medium: Bronze
  • Exhibition: The Immortals of Ancient Egypt: From the Abraham Guterman Collection of Ancient Egyptian Art, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 01/06/1997 - 01/12/1997
  • Dimensions: H: 11.3; W: 4.5 cm
  • Curator: Ben-Tor, Daphna

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