This stela from the necropolis of Abydos was made for a woman whose name cannot be read with certainty. It shows the owner of the stela accompanied by her daughter Aset-tanefret; both wear long transparent robes, which only appear in outline. The mother holds a libation vase in her right hand. A lotus flower projects from the unguent cone on top of her head. The offerings, placed on a table shaped like a lotus flower, consist of food and a large bouquet of lotuses. The owner worships a lion-headed goddess crowned with a large solar disc with an uraeus; the deity is called Henut-Mestjet, a name not known from other sources.
|KMKG - MRAH [07/003] BRUSSELS
|3RD INTERMEDIATE PERIOD
|HEWN; LOW RELIEF; ENGRAVED; PAINTED