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Seated statue of Amenophis IV (Akhenaten), New Kingdom, c.1375-1354 BC (steatite)

Seated statue of Amenophis IV (Akhenaten), New Kingdom, c.1375-1354 BC (steatite)

30 dynasty, Cairo JE 37134. Fonds B. v. Bothmer (CLES), © Brooklyn Museum (CLES) - IFAO

30 dynasty, Cairo JE 37134. Fonds B. v. Bothmer (CLES), © Brooklyn Museum (CLES) - IFAO

Block statue of Ankh-pekhred  Egyptian, 380-340 B.C.  granodiorite	  Walters Art Museum

Block statue of Ankh-pekhred Egyptian, 380-340 B.C. granodiorite Walters Art Museum

Bust of Osiris-Apis (Osirapis) Vatican Museums.

Bust of Osiris-Apis (Osirapis) Vatican Museums.

Egypt - Historic Cairo (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979). Colossal statue of Ramses II at Ramses Square. Detail

Egypt - Historic Cairo (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979). Colossal statue of Ramses II at Ramses Square. Detail

Alabaster shabti. New Kingdom. 18th dynasty. 1550-1307 B.C. | Christie's

Alabaster shabti. New Kingdom. 18th dynasty. 1550-1307 B.C. | Christie's

Ushabti, 1550-1069 BC (New Kingdom), limestone with traces of red paint. Walters Museum

Ushabti, 1550-1069 BC (New Kingdom), limestone with traces of red paint. Walters Museum

http://www.metmuseum.org/met-around-the-world/images/wb_large/wb_MerytamunNany4.jpg

http://www.metmuseum.org/met-around-the-world/images/wb_large/wb_MerytamunNany4.jpg

Votive Plaque of King Tanyidamani. The fragment, discovered in the lion temple at Meroë, capital of the Meroitic Kingdom, was part of a commemorative monument to King Tanyidamani. One side depicts the ruler in royal costume with ram's-head earrings, an Egyptian crown, and a scepter in his hand. An image of the lion-headed war- and fertility-god Apedemak

Votive Plaque of King Tanyidamani. The fragment, discovered in the lion temple at Meroë, capital of the Meroitic Kingdom, was part of a commemorative monument to King Tanyidamani. One side depicts the ruler in royal costume with ram's-head earrings, an Egyptian crown, and a scepter in his hand. An image of the lion-headed war- and fertility-god Apedemak

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