Small Stela - Praying to Seth
Limestone, pigment
New Kingdom, Dynasty 19, ca. 1279 BCE
Purchased in Egypt, 1925, OIM 12292
Photo ©Joan Ann Lansberry, 2010

(From Info Card) :
""The ancient Egyptians prayed to a wide variety of deities. here, a man named Panehmy prays before an altar upon which stands a statue of a hippotamus, a form of the god Seth."

To further confirm the deity, a "Set-animal" is clearly seen at the upper left of the stela, example below:

This is in the Karnak Open Air Museum
Either "Seth from an Eighteenth Dynasty relief in the Open Air Museum at Karnak." or:
from Senwosret I's chapel, which is from the Twelfth Dynasty. ???