Wooden figure of a king kneeling in offering; tang beneath; arms lost.
- Excavated/Findspot: Saqqara
- (Africa,Egypt,Lower Egypt,Saqqara (Memphis))
- Height: 24 centimetres
- Width: 5.53 centimetres (max)
- Depth: 7.05 centimetres
PM III (2): 822
incomplete - arms lost
1 November 1981
Reason for treatment
Improve old repair and steengthen longitudinal crack.
Dirty. Slightly untidy old repair on left hand side of face. Split in need of strengthening on front of left foot. Slightly dull over whole surface.
Cleaned with a light brush. Surplus adhesive removed with acetone and a glass brush and a scalpel. Devcon 5 minute Epoxy resin introduced into split and heated with a hot air blower to make adhesive flow further into repair. Gently buffed with a clock brush to restore slight sheen.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA54880
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