Egyptian Museum, Cairo
Basalt statue of a young looking late Ptolemaic pharaoh, most probably Caesarion. The king wears traditional Egyptian regalia, but the hair visible beneath the nemes headcloth is Greek in style. Probably recovered from Karnak; now housed in the Cairo Museum.
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