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Object Number:
58-10-3
Current Location:
Collections storage
Provenience:
Egypt
Lisht
Locus:
Pavement west of Pyramid of Amenamhat I
Period:
Old Kingdom
Fourth Dynasty
Date Made:
2625 - 2500 BC
Early Date:
-2626
Late Date:
-2499
Section:
Egyptian
Materials:
Limestone
Iconography:
Trees
Man
Description:
Block with raised relief decoration (left side and center) showing parts of two acacia trees and (right side) the lower part of a human figure (craftsman in shipbuilding scene) in a short kilt, striding to the right. Paint: wood of trees red, leave green. The central portion of the block is damaged by a large triangular break.
Credit Line:
Purchased from Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bibliography:

[Book] Goedicke, Hans. Re-used Blocks from the Pyramid of Amenemhet I at Lisht. 118-120.
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[Book] Ziegler, Christiane. 1999. L'art egyptien au temps des pyramides. 187-188. : Page/Fig./Plate: 187-188
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