Statue of Khonsupakhered

Hilton Price Number
Object Type
Sculpture, Statue
Graeco-Roman Period
Ptolemaic Period
Metals/alloys (Copper alloy)
Height: 6"
Number of Elements
Divine Name

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Chensupacrat, a juvenile form of Chensu, in the attitude of walking, nude, left leg advanced, finger of right hand to his mouth; wears the side lock and uræus on his forehead. Upon his head are the cow's horns, surmounted with the lunar disk, with the utchat engraved upon it, and on the top of it is the lotus head-dress, with disk and plumes of Osiris rising out of the ram's horns, and the head of an ibis in front of it. H. 6 in. Bronze. Ptolemaïc period.


Price, Frederick George Hilton (1897) A catalogue of the Egyptian antiquities in the possession of F. G. Hilton Price. London: Quaritch. Anonymous (1911). Catalogue of the important and extensive collection of Egyptian antiquities, the property of the late F. G. Hilton-Price, Esq. [...] : which will be sold by auction by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge [...] on Wednesday, 12th July, 1911, and two following days, and on Monday, the 17th of July, and four following days. London: Davy.

Last modified: 15 Aug 2021

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