Head of a Ram



Carved head of a ram representing the god Amun-Re. Broken from a statue that would have shown someone kneeling behind the image of Amun-Re set upon an altar (c.f., Museo Egizio, Turin, no. C.3032). Purchased at Sotheby's, London, 9-10 December 1907, Lot 71, "A large Mask from a sarcophagus. Head of a Prince, from a statue. Upper parts of two Statues and a Head of a Ram; all of limestone". Round sticker with serrated edges marked 1353 and W48/1. Round sticker marked 71/5. CONDITION NOTE (1998): Incomplete, chipped, worn, surface dirt, label adhered to surface.