Alexandria National Museum
Stela of Scribe Hatiay
Stela of a Scribe named Hatiay shows him presenting offerings to the god Osiris. The second register shows his two wives and his daughter wearing beautiful long white pleated dresses and long curly wigs, which are typical of the New Kingdom. They have their hands raised in adoration, and one of them is holding a jar.
The stela is on display at the Basement, Pharaonic Period, the Alexandria National Museum.
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