Limestone, 11 5/16 x 14 3/4 in. (28.8 x 37.5 cm)
Late Period, early XXVI Dynasty, ca. 664-610 B.C.E.
61.165, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund
(From the info card)|
"This relief is attributed to Saqqara, one of the cemeteries of the Lower, or northern, Egyptian capital city of Memphis, because it represents a Memphite priest and its texts mention Memphite deities."
(I can make out Ptah, the twisted rope and reed mat of his glyphs are clearly visible, as well as a tiny bit of the 't' "bread loaf" glyph):
"It is carved with less severe outlines and facial features and in less compact limestone than contemporary reliefs made at Thebes. The style recalls New Kingdom Memphite reliefs."
The Brooklyn Museum has an example of one, featuring Prince Khaemwaset: