The head of a rose granite statue of King Ramses II as standard-bearer during temple festivals, holding a standard ending in two feathers against his left side. He wears a composite crown composed of a ring of cobras topped by ram horns, a sun disk and two high feathers flanked by two large cobras. A falcon spreads his wings to protects the back of the head.
New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, Ramses II, c. 1279-1212 B.C.
Medium: Rose granite