Statue of Seti II
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The statue of Seti II with the shrine of Amun is a unique masterpiece that embodies the greatness of ancient Egyptian civilization, and shows the close relationship between the king and the god.
This unique sandstone statue depicts King Seti II sitting on his throne, carrying a shrine decorated with a ram’s head, a symbol of the deity Amun. Shows superior skill in sculpting and fine detail.
The king's sitting position is very rare in ancient Egyptian statues. This is the only known statue of King Seti II. It was discovered by archaeologist Giovanni Battista Belzoni in the Karnak Temple, and is now a masterpiece displayed in the British Museum.

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