This sandstone statue depicts the Nile-god Hapy. It was carved and completed in the Twenty-Second Dynasty, about 900 BC. It was discovered in Thebes, Temple of Karnak.
This statue was dedicated by the high priest of Amun, Sheshonq, son of Osorkon I and, through his mother, a grandson of the last ruler of the Twenty-First Dynasty. He is shown on the side of the statue.
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|Dimension||Height: 220 centimetres (max)|
|Place||British Museum (Visit)|