Statuette of Imhotep



Solid cast copper alloy statuette of Imhotep shown seated (his chair is missing) holding an unrolled papyrus scroll in both hands. His feet rest on a box-like footstool. He wears a skull cap and a short kilt. Described by Professor Percy Newberry in 1910 as being of a "good technique” and dating to the Saite to Romano-Egyptian Period.