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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