The figure wears the double crown of Egypt with the uraeus (sacred asp) in front, a three-row pectoral, a fringed kilt whose central panel is decorated with two uraei, and a link belt. He probably represents and was dedicated as a worshiper; his pose, with one arm bent across the chest, is typical of such figures. Remarkably, Egyptian sculpture was not imported into Cyprus. However, Egyptian influence on the island began in the Late Bronze Age (ca. 1600–1050 B.C.) and was reinforced by Phoenician imports. Only after Egypt took control of Cyprus in about 570 B.C. did details such as the double crown appear in sculpture.