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Fragment of limestone column, showing a king [GLYPHS] [?ra stp n ra] adoring Osiris and Isis (king Amenemipet, Dynasty 21, usurped from Ramses II?).

Details

  • ID
    EMC_TR_16.2.25.7
  • Department
    Egyptian Museum, Cairo
  • Classification
    Architectural elements-Columns and pillars
  • Findspot
    Giza, Isis Temple
  • Material
    Limestone
  • Dimensions
    H 40 x L 35 cm
  • Credit Line
    Egyptian Museum, Cairo
  • Journal d'Entree number
    EMC_JE_28161
  • Cairo Special Register number
    EMC_SR_4/13958
  • Period
    Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty 21
  • Object owned by
    Egyptian Museum, Cairo
  • Attested
    Amenemipet
    Ramesses II
  • Notes
    One of two fragments of columns registered as EMC_JE_28161; the other, showing a king adoring Ptah in his naos, is in the collection of the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM_9300).
  • Remarks
    RELATED MEDIA: EMC_JE_IV_Sp342-343lr; EMC_TR_VII_Sp267-268lr; ALTERNATE NUMBER(S): EMC_JE_28161; RELATED CONSTITUENTS: Amenemipet; Ramesses II; RELATED SITE(S): Isis Temple

Tombs and Monuments 1

Full Bibliography

  • Zivie, C. M. in Livre du Centenaire 1880-1980 100 n. 5 [1, 2] pl. vi [B] (one). See Hassan, Great Sphinx 307.

Photos 3

People 2

Ancient People

  • Amenemipet

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks King of Dynasty 21 (buried in Tanis).
  • Ramesses II

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks King during Dynasty 19 of ancient Egypt’s New Kingdom; ruled nearly 67 years and fathered over 100 children. Ramses fought a number of battles against foreign enemies, such as the Hittites and the Nubians, and built many temples and other monuments throughout Egypt and Nubia. Despite ruling over a thousand years after the pyramids were built and being buried far to the south in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings, there is evidence that Ramses may have done some building, restoring, and/or usurping of earlier monuments at Giza. Prenomen: Usermaatre Setepenre.

Institutions 1