by matt Addona
Is a statue in Brooklyn Museum and is made of Faience. Was originally made in Egypt during the XVIII Dynasty. The author and reason for the piece are unknown.
Cup is a vessel made of glazed Faience and is located in the Brooklyn museum. Cup was originally made in Thebes,Egypt in 985-974 B.C.E in the second half of XXI Dynasty. Creator is unknown.
Candlestick is a piece located in the Cincinnati Art Museum and made of Engraved brass, originally inlaid with silver. This piece created in the Mamluk Dynasty, mid-14th century. Creator is unknown.
Hedgehog is a piece located in Brooklyn Museum and made of Faience. This piece was made in Deir el Nawahid, Egypt in 1938-1700 B.C.E. during the XII Dynasty-early XIII Dynasty.
Hippo is a piece located in Brooklyn Museum and made of painted Faience. This piece was made in Egypt during the XII Dynasty-XVII Dynasty in 1938-1539 B.C.E. now in the Egyptian, Classical collection.
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