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Seated statue of Seni-ankh

13th Dynasty, ca. 1786-1665 BC , Fundort unbekannt



Seated statue of Seni-ankh

This temple statue depicts an overseer of sealers named Seni-ankh who wears the typical costume of a high official: a long kilt, knotted below his chest, and a plain wig with pointed ends. The inscription on the seat includes a short offering formula along with his name and titles. Offerings are depicted on top of the base in front of his toes.

Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Raum VII

Object data

Object Name





Middle Kingdom


13th Dynasty, ca. 1786-1665 BC




H 53 cm, B 15,5 cm, T 33 cm

Image rights

Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Ägyptisch - Orientalische Sammlung

Inv. No.

Ägyptische Sammlung, INV 61


Acquired before 1824

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