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Akenaton

Akenaton

This head comes from a statue which stood in the tomb of the man represented. It has been executed in the extremely hard stone, quartzite, and the eyes are in the even harder stone, quartz. In the tomb the statue assumed the role of the dead person himself.  2448 BC h150 mm Red quartzite, steatite, Ivory and quartz

This head comes from a statue which stood in the tomb of the man represented. It has been executed in the extremely hard stone, quartzite, and the eyes are in the even harder stone, quartz. In the tomb the statue assumed the role of the dead person himself. 2448 BC h150 mm Red quartzite, steatite, Ivory and quartz

Head of a statue of a Queen (Nefertiti of Merit-Aten). New Kingdom, dynasty 18. 1340-1335 BC. From Thutmose's Workshop, Amarna. Quartzite. Neues Museum, Berlin.

Head of a statue of a Queen (Nefertiti of Merit-Aten). New Kingdom, dynasty 18. 1340-1335 BC. From Thutmose's Workshop, Amarna. Quartzite. Neues Museum, Berlin.

Antiguo Egipto +

Antiguo Egipto +

EGYPT SCULPTURE 2ND-1ST MILL.BCE Portrait head of Pharao Akhnaton (Amenophis IV, 1365-1349 BCE). Sandstone, from Tell Amarna, Egypt. Inv. 21 348 Staatl. Museen, Aegyptisches Museum, Berlin, Germany

EGYPT SCULPTURE 2ND-1ST MILL.BCE Portrait head of Pharao Akhnaton (Amenophis IV, 1365-1349 BCE). Sandstone, from Tell Amarna, Egypt. Inv. 21 348 Staatl. Museen, Aegyptisches Museum, Berlin, Germany

Amarna

Amarna

So-called "Green Head of Berlin", ~500 v. Chr. (Berlin, Neues Museum, Ägyptische Sammlungen)

So-called "Green Head of Berlin", ~500 v. Chr. (Berlin, Neues Museum, Ägyptische Sammlungen)

Senusret II from the Nubian-Egyptian 12th Dynasty.. Middle Kingdom

Senusret II from the Nubian-Egyptian 12th Dynasty.. Middle Kingdom

- Head of Nefertiti .Amarna ./tcc/

- Head of Nefertiti .Amarna ./tcc/

Gypsum model of a king. Historical Dating: Amenhotep (Amenophis) IV / Akhenaten. © Foto: Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz

Gypsum model of a king. Historical Dating: Amenhotep (Amenophis) IV / Akhenaten. © Foto: Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz

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