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A statue of Shepenwepet II or Amenirdis II 3D Model
Diorite upper half of a statue of Shepenwepet II or Amenirdis II from South Karnak, Thebes, Upper Egypt, dating to the 25th Dynasty (712 BC - 664 BC). The female statue is broken at the waist, the greater parts of both arms are lost and the face is missing (now restored). The lady wears a sheath dress with triangular straps. The heavy wig is finely modelled and covered by a vulture headdress. It is crowned by a modius with a band of upright uraei.The backpillar is inscribed in sunk relief with an inscription in two columns framed by a border. An inscribed backpillar bears two lines of hieroglyphs which includes the name of Pharaoh Tirhaqa or Taharqo in a cartouche.
Measurements 60.0 (h/l) x 34.5 (w) x 25.0 (d) cm; 66.50 kg (wgt)
This was scanned as part of my visiting Fellowship at CDH, the Australian National University. 162 photos, Honor 10 mobile, Metashape pro, medium settings, decimated.
Nicholson Museum, Uni of Sydney: https://sydney.edu.au/museums/collections_search/?record=ecatalogue.38715
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