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Relief

Object Number:
E1007E
Current Location:
Provenience:
Egypt
El-Amarna
Period:
Eighteenth Dynasty
New Kingdom
Date Made:
1372-1354 BC
Early Date:
-1372
Late Date:
-1354
Section:
Egyptian
Materials:
Limestone
Alabaster
Iconography:
Woman
Legs
Description:
Fragment of a relief, lower part of a female.The royal woman wears a sheer pleated linen gown. Traces of a base or a platform under her feet indicate that the figure may have been a statue in a shrine. The curved lines are characteristic of the more naturalistic style artists used during the later parts of the Amarna period.
Height:
26.5cm
Width:
27cm
Depth:
7cm
Credit Line:
Excavated by William Flinders Petrie
Other Number:
ES837   -   Other Number

Current & Past Exhibitions:

Amarna: Ancient Egypt's Place in the Sun (12 Nov 2006)
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Bibliography:

[Book] Silverman, David P., et al. 2006. Akhenaten and Tutankhamun Revolution and Restoration. : Page/Fig./Plate: 145, fig 132
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