Egyptian Limestone Inscribed Relief for the Royal Butler Ramessesemperre,

 

13506. Egyptian Limestone Inscribed Relief for the Royal Butler Ramessesemperre,

Dynasty 19 or 20, which tended to emulate Old Kingdom style.

An offerings panel with 7 vertical lines of inscription for ‘The Osiris, the royal butler Ramessesemperre, true of voice and in peace. He says: ‘Hail to you, O chief of the gods, Wennefer, ruler of the living!' May he give bread, a cool breeze, and incense to the Osiris, the royal butler Ramessesemperre, true of voice.” The head of the deceased can be seen presenting a unique hawk headed incense burner. Size 26 inches L. x 15 inches H + wall mount. A Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt [JARCE] article by Alan Schulman suggested that this person had a long career that spanned parts of the 19th and 20th dynasties. Provenance: Acquired from Jerome M. Eisenberg, Royal Athena Galleries NYC and appears on an appraisal document dated March 10 1978.

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