This is another statue thought to have originated in Horemheb's
tomb. It again shows a god turning to look over his shoulder,
this time with an antelope type head.
Both these figures are made from wood covered with plaster
and painted black. Although they are in poorish condition after
being discarded as worthless by the ancient tomb robbers they
are still impressive pieces and one of my highlights from the
recently redesigned British Museum Egyptian gallery.