Striding Statue of Sety II

Associated with the following rulers:
  • Sety II

  • Deals with the following topics:
  • Statuary and Stelae

  • Author(s): C. Zarnoch, E. Sullivan

    Description: King Sety II strides forward in this statue, resting a tall standard against his left side. The king wears the shendyt kilt as well as a “false beard.” His curled wig is adorned with the royal uraeus and an atef crown with 2 rams horns (now broken).

    Provenance: Found in the temple’s first court, outside the bark station of the king
    Person: Sety II
    Date: Dynasty 19, New Kingdom (1200-1194 BCE)
    Material: Sandstone
    Functional Comments:
    Dimensions: H: 4.64m
    Current Location: Louvre


    Musée du Louvre. (2008). “Atlas database.”

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