An Egyptian limestone relief fragment
New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, circa 1295-1186 B.C.
In shallow relief with finely painted added details, on the left column three hieroglyphs, two swallows and a heron, for 'greatest of the great' and 'plenty', on the right a raised column with remains of incised hieroglyphs, possibly for a king, '[..., son of Ra,] of his body, Thut[mose ...]', with extensive remains of polychromy, 7in (17.8cm) high, mounted
£2,500 - 3,500
US$ 3,800 - 5,300
3,000 - 4,100
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