This statue is from the Old Kingdom, this can be seen in the broad feet, toned body and classical step forward. This step forward is reserved for men only, this indicates an active role, whereas women have a inactive role.
Egyptian, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4 or 5, 2475 - 2450 BC.
The god Bes is actually a demon known for his protective qualities of women and small children. The statue is showing an action, making music on a tamborine. This is thought of as an evil-expelling action. He is also sticking out his tongue.
Sekhmet was the goddess of destruction, she could control the demons that spread deceases throughout Egypt in the summer time. When pacified however, she could keep those demons away. This statue is 1m92cm high and 85cm deep.
Egyptian, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty (1485 - 1425 BC)
Terracotta figure of an overweight naked woman. Her hair is drawn back and bound in a ribbon and she wears large earrings. Painted on her body are a necklace and flowers, perhaps representing tattoos. These tattoos may indicate that she is a foreign slave, perhaps a Thracian. The woman may be an elderly hetaira.