Granodiorite kneeling stelophorous statue of Mentuemhat; stela bears offering-scene above eleven rows of Hieroglyphic text; two columns of Hieroglyphic text on the back-pillar.
- Found/Acquired: Egypt
- Height: 76 centimetres
- Width: 31 centimetres
- Depth: 43 centimetres
- Weight: 155 kilograms
Published: Art and Afterlife in Ancient Egypt (Japan 1999-2000): No 14 PM I Part 2: p.790
2009 2 Mar-29 Jun, Paris, Louvre Museum, Les Portes du Ciel
2010 1 May-31 Oct, Shanghai Expo 2010
No details, but Leclant believes this piece almost certainly comes from the tomb of Montuemhat in the Assassif at Thebes.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA60784
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