History Egyptian Hatiay Stela Fragment Sculptural wall relief plaque www.Neo-Mfg.com 10"
From Metropolotian 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
Original piece was part of a larger scene from the morturary chapel and was carved out of limestone in ancient Saqqara just south of modern day Cairo.
Hatiay Stela Egyptian 18th-19th dynasty. Magnificent reproduction of the limestone fragment portrays Hatiay, kneeling holding a censor and libation vase. Accompanied by his son Ptahmose
The third figure, a priest wearing a panther skin and side lock, recites the prayer inscribed above the figures, which asks Sokar-Osiris to grant funerary offerings - "a thousand of each kind enumerated" - to Hatiay
The elongated heads of Hatiay and his son, their costumes and the treatment of their bodies are typical of the late Amarna period (1330B.C.)
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