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The Narmer Palette: ceremonial palette depicting King Narmer Featured Ancient Egypt & Sites Image

The Narmer Palette: ceremonial palette depicting King Narmer

XIR68325 The Narmer Palette: ceremonial palette depicting King Narmer, wearing the red crown of Lower Egypt, inspecting bound and decapitated prisoners, also a pair of giant, long-necked cats, found at Hieraconpolis, Early Dynastic Period, c.3000 BC (schist) (for details see 68326 & 68327) by Egyptian 1st Dynasty (c.3100-2890 BC); 64x42 cm; Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt; Egyptian, out of copyright

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Ceiling painting from the palace of Amenhotep III, c.1390-1353 BC (dried mud, mud plaster Featured Ancient Egypt & Sites Image

Ceiling painting from the palace of Amenhotep III, c.1390-1353 BC (dried mud, mud plaster

3525824 Ceiling painting from the palace of Amenhotep III, c.1390-1353 BC (dried mud, mud plaster, gesso) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); 140 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: From Upper Egypt, Thebes, Malqata, Palace of Amenhotep III,
New Kingdom 18th dynasty, reign of Amenhotep III
The motif consists of a repeating pattern of rosette-filled running spirals alternating with bucrania (ox skulls). ); Egyptian, out of copyright

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Temple Relief of a Deity, 360-246 BC (limestone) Featured Ancient Egypt & Sites Image

Temple Relief of a Deity, 360-246 BC (limestone)

499824 Temple Relief of a Deity, 360-246 BC (limestone)
by Egyptian School; 47.3x41 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: Egypt, Greco-Roman Period, Late Dynasty30 to early Ptolemaic Dynasty
The almond.shaped eye, snub nose, full cheeks, smiling mouth, and ball.shaped chin are characteristic of Dynasty 30 and the early Ptolemaic Dynasty, when a bolder, fleshier, more three-dimensional style of modeling was introduced. A favorite form of temple decoration during this period was a row of seated deities. This figure was the last in a row of gods facing right, for directly behind him is a dividing line and the slight remains of the vulture headdress, wig, and shoulder of a seated goddess, evidently the last in a row facing the opposite direction. At either end of the complete scene was probably a standing figure of the king presenting offerings.
); John L. Severance Fund; Egyptian, out of copyright

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