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Egyptian wood figure of a lady, Middle Kingdom, early 12th dynasty, 1981-1802…

Egyptian wood figure of a lady, Middle Kingdom, early 12th dynasty, 1981-1802…

AN EGYPTIAN WOOD MUMMY MASK, 21ST/26TH DYNASTY, CIRCA 1075-600 B.C.    from an inner anthropoid coffin, carved in a fine-grained hardwood, the oval face with finely outlined lips rounded at the corners,  long almond-shaped inlaid eyes with tapering cosmetic lines, and finely arched tapering eyebrows merging smoothly with the contour of the bridge of the nose, the central part of the wig and tenon for attachm

AN EGYPTIAN WOOD MUMMY MASK, 21ST/26TH DYNASTY, CIRCA 1075-600 B.C. from an inner anthropoid coffin, carved in a fine-grained hardwood, the oval face with finely outlined lips rounded at the corners, long almond-shaped inlaid eyes with tapering cosmetic lines, and finely arched tapering eyebrows merging smoothly with the contour of the bridge of the nose, the central part of the wig and tenon for attachm

Painted Ebony statue of Meryre Hachetef. Masculine nude. 51cm. Ancient Egypt. 6th dynasty, reign of Pepi I, c. 2300BC. British museum.

Painted Ebony statue of Meryre Hachetef. Masculine nude. 51cm. Ancient Egypt. 6th dynasty, reign of Pepi I, c. 2300BC. British museum.

*EGYPT ~ Niankhpepi, - black - wood sculpture. Dynasty VI. Museum of Cairo. Picture in j. p. COR-TEGGIANI, L' Egypte des pharaons au Musée du Caire, Paris, 1986, p. 60.

*EGYPT ~ Niankhpepi, - black - wood sculpture. Dynasty VI. Museum of Cairo. Picture in j. p. COR-TEGGIANI, L' Egypte des pharaons au Musée du Caire, Paris, 1986, p. 60.

Limestone toilet seat found in a royal palace in Amarna (Akhet-Aten). 18th dynasty ancient Egypt. Cairo museum.

Limestone toilet seat found in a royal palace in Amarna (Akhet-Aten). 18th dynasty ancient Egypt. Cairo museum.

Durante el reinado de Tutmosis III éste encargó una imagen de su madre, una concubina de Tutmosis II, que al convertirse en la madre del faraón cambió su condición y se convirtió en la reina Isis.

Durante el reinado de Tutmosis III éste encargó una imagen de su madre, una concubina de Tutmosis II, que al convertirse en la madre del faraón cambió su condición y se convirtió en la reina Isis.

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