Egyptian Art Gallery

By: Aliza Rosen 

This wooden temple ornament from the third intermediate period. The medium of this piece is wood. This piece has the name Aspelta, or King Of Kush, on it.
The medium is glazed faience. This piece has a green tint of it, and huge ears.
The medium of this piece is Faience, and it is from the New Kingdom period. The frogs eyes are covered with manganese.
This pieces medium is Banded Egyptian alabaster. The piece was from the Last Period. This is a statuette of a seated lion.
In Egypt thousands of cats were embalmed and presented as offerings to the goddess Bastet and Pakhet. It was also considered a good deed to offer a mummified cat to the goddesses.
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