Head an Osirid (mummiform) statue of Queen Hatshepsut that stood in front of the pillars of the upper colonnade of her funerary temple. The bottom of the Red Crown of Lower Egypt can be seen. She had a ceremonial beard in compliance with the iconography expected of a pharaoh, but nevertheless the wide eyes with extended cosmetic lines, the gently curving eyebrows and the full cheeks bear distinctive feminine features.
New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, Hatshepsut (c. 1498-1483 BC)
Luxor, Deir al-Bahari, Hatshepsut funerary temple