If you are looking to add a beautiful example of Ancient Egyptian relief art to your museum or collection, look no further.
Dating back to the 12th Dynasty during the reign of Senwosret I (1971-1926 BCE), this pottery relief panel is a fantastic artifact.
The art depicts a worn, and illegible, cartouche bordered by a uraeus cobra and flanked with columns of faded hieroglyphic text.
The bottom segment depicts a kneeling person making an offering to a seated figure of importance.
This artifact measures 2.5" wide x 3.25" tall x .5" deep. We can ship this artifact worldwide.