12 December 2002
AN EGYPTIAN PAINTED WOOD COFFIN BOARD
Ramesside Period, Dynasty XIX-XX, 1307-1070 B.C.
Representing the deceased with red skin tones, black painted hieroglyphic eyes and paint stripes, wearing a blue wig and broad collar with floral motifs
19 in. (48.2 cm) high
German Private Collection, acquired in the 1970s
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For similar examples compare the mummy boards of Sennedjem and Piay, nos. 61-62 in Freed, Ramesses the Great.
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