'in'.) The image is from E. Prisse d'Avennes 1878, Monuments Egyptiens, Atlas II, V20.
accurate, but the artist has still embellished minor details. Clearly this artist visited
the original (but don't trust me either.)
from the late Second Intermediate Period into the 18th Dynasty.
The 'curls' that they determinedly kept adding to the head were copied from 'griffins' that were also drawn in the 1800s, from the tomb of Ramesses III and a plaque in the Louvre. However, those
Ramesside griffin crests always face in the other direction.
The Psar referred to in early texts is Paser, the 19th Dynasty nobleman,