Plaque of a Palestinian

New Kingdom, Dynasty 20, reign of Ramesses III, ca. 1182-1152 BCE
Faience, glaze
Excavated by the Oriental Institute at Luxor, Medinet Habu, OIM 18827 (?)
Photo ©Joan Ann Lansberry, 2010

(From Info Cards):
"Foreigners were most commonly differentiated from Egyptians by hairstyles or clothing."

I may have photographed the wrong card for this colorful piece. It is describing a "light haired resident of the eastern Mediterranean, his neck encircled by one of the emblematic plants of Egypt". This foreigner has a green cap. ???

This was the info card directly to the right of this piece. Further research on OIM 18827 leads only to a page which describes it as "Tile - Medinet Habu - New Kingdom - Faience - 90w mm, Very Detailed."

This _is_ 'very detailed', so maybe???