Relief with Deities and High Priestess
Sandstone, 28 9/16 x 27 3/16 x 2 3/16 in. (72.5 x 69 x 5.5 cm) Egyptian, ca. 710-670 B.C.E.
Brooklyn #87.184.1, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund
Photos © Joan Lansberry, May 2008-2016

From the (museum website):
"The relief on the right depicts the God's Wife of Amun Amunirdis I, making an offering of Ma'at to the god Amun-Re. Behind Amun-Re stands Khonsu, his son by his chief consort Mut. These three divinities comprise the divine family of the Theban region.

"The relief on the left shows Amun-Re and Mut. Because the two scenes are comparable though reversed, it seems likely that Amun-Re and Mut faced another God's Wife of Amun. The shallow sunk relief and the treatment of the faces are typical of Twenty-fifth Dynasty reliefs found on the small chapels in Thebes."

Amunirdis is also featured in a relief at Chicago's Oriental Museum:

Amun's Wife Amunirdis