Relief Carving



Part of a sandstone relief carving depicting two seated deities, above and to the side of whom are six vertical columns of text. Re-Harakhty and Nephthys are seated on block thrones and face to the right, they both hold was-sceptres. Nephthys wears a crown of horns and a sun-disc, topped by the sign of her name. She also appears to wear the close fitting vulture crown popular from the late 19th Dynasty onwards. Re-Harakhty wears the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt, there is no detail of clothing on either figure. In the columns of text to the left of the figures are two cartouches.