|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||Egypt | El-Amarna|
|Period||Eighteenth Dynasty | New Kingdom|
|Date Made||1372-1354 BCE|
|Iconography||Woman | Legs|
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.
|Credit Line||Purchased from William Flinders Petrie, 1893|
|Other Number||ES837 - Original Number|
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