The temples at Meroe were built of blocks quarried from local Nubian sandstone, and decorated with carved relief. The three fragments here once joined together with other blocks to complete a huge image of a king or a queen. Carved details include a winged goddess, a falcon’s head and Meroitic hieroglyphs that includes the names of Natakamani and Amanitore. From site no. 281: the Temple of Amun.
Fits together with 49.47.726 and 49.47.727. When the three pieces are put together the dimesnions are: Height 330 mm, Width 395 mm, Thickness 118 mm. Combined weight = 37.5 kg.