For a similar treatment of the clavicles and wig, see the portrait of Bes, Prince of Mendes, now in Palermo, figs. 43-45, no. 20 in Bothmer, Egyptian Sculpture of the Late Period, 700 B.C. to A.D. 100. Bothmer notes, p. 23 op. cit., that the bulge of the wig at ear level and below, in addition to the naturalism of the anatomical details of the collar bone, are "in keeping with the style of this time."