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Statue

E14295

Location: On Display in the Ancient Egypt: Discovery to Display

From: Egypt | Thebes (uncertain) (Egypt)

Curatorial Section: Egyptian

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Object Number E14295
Current Location Ancient Egypt: Discovery to Display - On Display
Provenience Egypt | Thebes (uncertain) (Egypt)
Period New Kingdom | Eighteenth Dynasty | Tutankhamun
Date Made 1332-1322 BCE
Section Egyptian
Materials Bronze | Gold
Technique Gilded
Iconography King | Tutankhamun
Description

Kneeling bronze figurine of a king wearing a nemes headdress and short kilt. Arms missing. Traces of gilding on torso and headdress. Note that at some point, this object was sampled for testing. A small vial with a sample is with the object. Found when Masca was cleaned out in 7/2010.

Height 23 cm
Width 10 cm
Depth 15 cm
Credit Line Purchased from Nicolas Tano, 1924

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