Relief with scribes and dignitaries from the Egyptian Ramesside Period
This relief from the Ramesside period was found in a tomb of an official at Assassif in western Thebes. It shows a procession of high officials and scribes, headed by two Viziers, (of the north and of the south) in positions of respect. They seem to be approaching the King, whose figure is not preserved. The dignitaries carry various signs of their offices, including a scepter, a staff, a papyrus scroll or the scribal palette.
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