Statuette of Tuy, Superior of the Harem of the god Min. The New Kingdom (circa 1550 to circa 1069 BC). The statuette of Tuy is carved from two species of wood that the Egyptians imported from the south - shea wood for the base, and African grenadilla for the lady herself. There are offering formulae on the back pillar and the base, dedicated to Osiris, Isis and "all the Gods who are in the West (necropolis)". | Louvre Museum
Statue of an asymmetrically seated man from the Middle Kingdom to Early New Kingdom Period, between the 12th to 18th Dynasty, ca. 1981-1550 BC.