Statuette of Khonsu

M11592
Copper alloy statuette of Khonsu in the form of Khonsemweset-Neferhotep, with the head of a falcon, in striding pose, with right hand now missing. A cartouche shaped pedestal base is inscribed in hieroglyphs and records the name of the dedicatee Harsiesi [Hrw-sA-Ast] Great of the house, Corn-measurer of the divine adoratress.His father's name is Pedehorresnet [pA-dj-Hrw-rsnt] and his mother was called Shepenesi [Sp-n-Ast]. Described by Professor Percy Newberry as being of a "fine technique” and dating to the Saite Period.