A LIMESTONE TOMB RELIEF
new kingdom, late dynasty xviii-dynasty xx, 1335-1070 b.c.
Sculpted in raised relief in three registers, the upper preserving the lower torsos and feet of two figures facing right, one inscribed "His son, Kenru," the middle register depicting retainers among chariots with five-spoked wheels, a complete figure facing right handling the yoke pole, inscribed with the name "Khaiemwaset," the lower register with a train of offering-bearers facing right
19 in. (48.9 cm.) high