Statue of Bakhenkhonsu II wearing a leopard skin cloak and carrying a standard topped by a ram head with sun disk, the symbol of Amen. His attire identifies him as a priest of this deity, as does the inscription on the back pillar. The base of this statue was identified in Egypt in 1974.
Probably from Thebes. 1907: purchased for the MFA in Luxor by Joseph Lindon Smith. Contributed to the MFA collection on November 14, 1907. (Accession Date: November 14, 1907)
Museum purchase with funds donated by contribution
Egyptian, New Kingdom, Dynasty 20, reign of Ramesses III, 1187–1156 B.C.