Stela of a Soldier named Amenemhat
Black Granite, 13 3/4 x 9 7/16 x 3 9/16in. (34.9 x 24 x 9cm)
New Kingdom, Dyn. 18, ca. 1479-1425 B.C.E.
Found at Dahamsha, Egypt
Brooklyn #66.174.2, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund
Photo © Joan Lansberry, May 2008-2016

From the info card:
"This stela depicts Sobek, the crocodile god, wearing an elaborate crown and standing on a high pedestal or altar beneath the curved roof of a shrine. Sobek's offering table is piled high with bread, meat, green onions, and a bouquet of lotuses. The stela's donor, identified as Amunemhat, a foot soldier in the "Company of Menkheperre [Thutmose III]," kneels in adoration. Foreign victories enriched both the king and his army and may have enabled Amunemhat to pay for this small but carefully worked stela, which he dedicated in Sobek's temple at Dahamsha (ancient Sumenu) in southern Egypt."