Statues were often reused, particularly in the Ramesside period (1292 – 1077 BC). Placed in new contexts, they were modified in order to be adapted to a new purpose, a new royal ideology, or a new architectural program. New inscriptions replaced the earlier ones and the facial features were often altered. In this statue, the accentuated curve of the eyebrows, the almond-shaped eyes, and the wide mouth with fleshy lips are still influenced by the style of the late 18th Dynasty. The long aquiline nose, however, is typically Ramesside. The lappets of the nemes headdress and the beard show clear traces of unfinished recarving.