Egyptian Stella Hatiay Relief carving sculpture Museum Replica 10" www.NEO-MFG.com
This relief, which may have once decorated the entrance to the tomb of the God's Father, Hatiay, depicts him kneeling between two standing figures of his son and of a priest, all raising their right hands in adoration of a missing figure of the god, Sokar-Osiris. Hatiay who wears a long pleated kilt with a priestly sash and a broad collar, holds a censer and a spouted libation vase. His son behind him carries a bouquet on his shoulder, which extends beyond border of the relief. The inscription above evokes abundant offerings to the god.
Original art on display Metropolitan Museum art
Date:ca. 1336–1295 B.C.
Geography:From Egypt, Memphite Region, Saqqara
Dimensions:H. 25 cm (9 13/16 in), w. 23 cm (9 1/16 in)
Credit Line:Rogers Fund, 1955
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