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Plaque depicting head of a crocodile, perhaps the god Sobek - Limestone - Saite Dynasty 26 (664 - 525 B.C.E.)

Plaque depicting head of a crocodile, perhaps the god Sobek - Limestone - Saite Dynasty 26 (664 - 525 B.C.E.)

Portrait of King Amenhotep II, Egypt, 1426-1400 BC. Deep blue glass with light tan surface.

Akhenaten and Amenhotep: Two Egyptian kings on display at CMoG

Portrait of King Amenhotep II, Egypt, 1426-1400 BC. Deep blue glass with light tan surface.

Beadnet dress | Egyptian Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4, reign of Khufu, 2551–2528 B.C. This beadnet dress is the earliest surviving example of its kind. It has been painstakingly reassembled from approx. 7,000 beads found in an undisturbed burial of a female contemporary of King Khufu.

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Beadnet dress | Egyptian Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4, reign of Khufu, 2551–2528 B.C. This beadnet dress is the earliest surviving example of its kind. It has been painstakingly reassembled from approx. 7,000 beads found in an undisturbed burial of a female contemporary of King Khufu.

Portrait bust of a daughter of King Akhenaten. Elongated skull shape was idolized during Akhenaten's rule. Both the Pharaoh himself and his offspring had this feature.

Portrait bust of a daughter of King Akhenaten. Elongated skull shape was idolized during Akhenaten's rule. Both the Pharaoh himself and his offspring had this feature.

Relief of a Nobleman; Painted limestone,   New Kingdom, XIX Dynasty or XX Dynasty, ca. 1352-1336 BC.

Relief of a Nobleman; Painted limestone, New Kingdom, XIX Dynasty or XX Dynasty, ca. 1352-1336 BC.

Read "The Royal Women of Amarna: Images of Beauty from Ancient Egypt" Met publication online: http://met.org/VQVbe2  pic.twitter.com/2yDGsEenm3

Read "The Royal Women of Amarna: Images of Beauty from Ancient Egypt" Met publication online: http://met.org/VQVbe2 pic.twitter.com/2yDGsEenm3

SHABTI OF AMENWAHSU Steatite 19th Dynasty, about 1295-1186 BC 	In the later 18th Dynasty there was a move away from the fashion of depicting the dead as mummies and towards representing them as living beings dressed in formal clothes.

SHABTI OF AMENWAHSU Steatite 19th Dynasty, about 1295-1186 BC In the later 18th Dynasty there was a move away from the fashion of depicting the dead as mummies and towards representing them as living beings dressed in formal clothes.

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