STATUES OF INDIVIDUALS.
him is another man 5> (J sa f Amenemheh " His son Amenemheb"
in the same costume and attitude holding a flower on the breast in the right
hand. In the second division is his son ^fn ^ Hetep mayru " Hetep
justified" in the same costume and attitude. Behind him is sat f " his
daughter," her name illegible, in the usual female costume, wearing long hair
and facing to the left, holding a flower in the right hand. The inscriptions
on this figure are mutilated and very obscure, although the style resembles
that of the 18th dynasty. 1ft. 11 in. high. Sandstone.
507. Figure of a man standing, wearing long dark hair reaching to shoulders,
flesh coloured red, draped in a white garment, the part between the legs re-
served, the feet and pedestal broken. He holds a rounded tablet, liutu, before
him by both hands. In front of the tablet are seven lines of horizontal