egyptian art

This statue was created around 1352-1336. The creator of it is unknown but the piece must hold some meaning
This is a sculpture of akh-en-aten's daughter. the sculpture signifies her going through development.
The Amunhotep statue is slightly damaged from the years. He sits with a scroll on his lap and with a very heavy wig. He is the son of Nebiry.
The prince Shesonq holds the head of a falcon god. the way the hair of his wig is parted tells that he is young he the statue was modeled
this is a statue of Lady Isis holding Horus the god as a child. Dated back to 664-525 B.C.E
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