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Title: Une statue saïte d'un prêtre de la province de l'Occident
Author(s): PERDU, Olivier
Journal: Revue d'Égyptologie
Volume: 42 Date: 1991
Publication of a fragmentary statue of the beginning of the 26th dynasty representing a kneeling man who proffers a figure of a standing goddess. After some comments about the priestly titles (rnp and ḥpt-wd3t) held by the owner, Wennefer, and his father Ankh-Hor, an origin of the monument in the western Delta et Kom Firin is proposed. In that case the female image would be Sekhmet, the major deity of this town.