from White Chapel of Senwosret I in the Karnak Open Air Museum
KMT magazine, VOLUME 15, NO. 4, Winter 2004-05
|Notice the sleek, greyhound like appearance of the body.|
Putting this piece in further context is Eugene Cruz-Uribe, who wrote for Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, "Seth, God of Power and Might", issue 45:|
The hieroglyphs "may read '[year]s of Horus and Seth, living.'"
"It shows a partial figure of a king with a portion of an inscription behind.
It reads '[...H]orus and Seth in the kingship of the two lan[ds...].'"