Ram´s HeadReplica Size: H. 16 cm
Replica: moulding plaster
Original: serpentine, H. 16.1 cm
Egyptian, New Kingdom, 19th/20th dynasty, ca. 1150 B.C.
The God Amun is shown as a ram with powerful horns and a stylised beard. In the dedicatory inscription "Amun-Re, ruler of Thebes" is invoked. On the front side of the base, the deified King Amenophis I (18th dynasty) is shown. The inscription names Pentaweret, as the donor of the statuette to the Amun Temple in Karnak.