This statue from the Luxor Cachette dates back to the XXV Dynasty in ancient Egypt (760-656 BCE). This is a representation of the deity Horus, a key figure in ancient Egypt often visualized as a falcon or a man with the head of a falcon. Created from black granite, a remarkable material of the era, the statue measures around 63 centimeters in height, showcasing the precise craftsmanship of the sculptor.

Luxor Museum
Luxor Temple