Statue of Amun

Accession Number
Current Location
House of Death (ground floor), Gods case
Object Type
Sculpture, Statue
Third Intermediate Period to Graeco-Roman Period
Ptolemaic Period
Metals/alloys (Copper alloy)
Height: 150mm
Number of Elements
Divine Name
Amun | Amun-Re

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A copper alloy votive statue of Amun with a plaited beard. The figure is much corroded with one leg missing above the knee. The double-plumed headdress is also missing. Votive statues of Amun (or Amun-Re) were common from the Third Intermediate Period through the Ptolemaic Period. This object was a gift from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.

Other Identity
A226 (Aberystwyth number)
Previous Owner
University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Gift, The University of Wales, Aberystwyth (24 Mar 1997)
Last modified: 27 Oct 2020

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