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Ancient Egypt

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Note: Early Dynastic Period
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Female figure

Location G64/6

Category: Sculpture

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Material: Lead

Collection: BM

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Reference: EA32138

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Great Pyramid of Giza

Pyramid of Khufu at Giza. One of the 'Seven Wonders of The World'

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Huni

2613 BC

Pink granite head attributed to Huni, Brooklyn Museum. (wikipedia)

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Menkaure

2503 BC

Pyramid of Menkaure, at Giza (Memphis)

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Menkaure

2503 BC

Greywacke statue of Menkaure, Egyptian Museum, Cairo.(wikipedia)

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Note: First Intermediate Period
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Mentuhotep II

2134 BC

Painted sandstone seated statue of Nebhepetre Mentuhotep II, Egyptian Museum, Cairo.(wikipedia)

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Mentuhotep III

1998 BC

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Mentuhotep II

1995 BC

Category: Painting

Location: Karnak (Thebes)

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Note: Middle Kingdom
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Coffin texts

1985 BC

Map of the netherworld from the coffin of Gua, from Deir el-Bersha, Egypt.

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Senusret I

1971 BC

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Amenemhat II

1895 BC

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Senusret III

1839 BC

Luxor Museum

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Sobekhotep V

1719 BC

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Note: Thutmosid (New Kingdom)
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Script: Cursive Heiroglyph
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Amenhotep I

1506 BC

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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Hatshepsut

1458 BC

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Queen Nefertiti

1353 BC

The bust of from the Ägyptisches Museum Berlin collection, presently in the Neues Museum. Armana Style (naturalistic) bust of the Queen of Akhenaten and mother of Tutenkhamun.

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Amenhotep III and Sobek

1353 BC

Luxor Museum,Egypt

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AkhenAten (Amenhotep IV)

1336 BC

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Nefertiti

1336 BC

Queen Nefertiti in Armana style. Ägyptisches Museum Berlin collection.

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Tutenkhamun's Mummy mask

1323 BC

The Egyptian Museum, Cairo

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Tutenkhamun bust

1323 BC

Bust of Tut found in his tomb in the Valley of the Kings, near Luxor (Thebes / Karnak). Held in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

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Temple of Seti I

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Ramesses I

1290 BC

Stone head carving of Paramessu (Ramesses I), originally part of a statue depicting him as a scribe. On display at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.(wikipedia)

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Ramesses II The Great

1212 BC

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Gold mummy mask of Sheshonk II

The funerary mask of king Sheshonq II of the 22nd dynasty of Ancient Egypt on display at the Cairo Museum.(wiki)

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Temple of Trajan

at Pergamon,Asia Minor. Built by Hadrian

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