Granodiorite dyad (reconstructed from four fragments) of Horemheb with Amun-Ra, with ithyphallic attributes of Min: the god is shrouded and, when complete, would have worn the plumed head-dress, beard, bead-collar, and held a flail, the left hand grasps the base of the phallus (now missing); the king wears a beard, bead-collar and short kilt, the waistband of which is inscribed with a cartouche containing his prenomen; he carries a roll in his right hand; the back-support is inscribed with one column of hieroglyphs - giving king's prenomen and nomen - and the plinth with two further columns of text.
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