Egyptian Pharaoh Khefren (Khafre) Seated Miniature Statue, Stone - E-326S -
The Egyptian Pharaoh, Khephren (Khafre), is here seated in a traditional rigid and commanding pose from the Old Dynasty (Dynasty 4, c. 2570-2544 BC). Khafre wears the traditional royal costume (a short kilt), a false beard symbolic of kingship, and a linen headdress with an uraeus, the cobra symbol of the sun god Ra. The symbols of united Egypt, the lotus and papyrus, decorate the throne. Horus protects him with arms outstretched from behind his head. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, the original is 5 feet 6 1/8 inches tall. Our reproduction is made from resin with a stone finish, 3.75"H x 2.5"W.
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