Pharaoh Osorkon II is shown squatting on a pillar of lapis lazuli. It has the appearance of the god of the dead, Osiris, the body enclosed in a sheath of mummy.
He wears the high Atef crown flanked by two feathers. His wife Isis and her son Horus stand with him and raise their hands to him as a gesture of protection.
Reproduction in bronze with patina
- H. 11 cm (4,33"); W. 9 cm (3,54"); D. 5,5 cm (2,17")/ 500 g
- Black marble
- Material of the original
- Gold, lapis-lazuli and red glass
- 874-850 B.C.- 22nd dynasty
- Paris - Musée du Louvre
- Art movement
- Egyptian Antiquities