The "Head of a Man" represents the post-Amarna period. It doesn't show the age of the man, personality, or emotions. Originally the head was painted, and the traces of red were still visible in 1930.
The Egyptian king was known as the earthly manifestation of the god Horus.
The Hunting Centaur represents a hunter scene, where the hunter puts in his last efforts onto the prey. This piece of art is made out of white limestone.
This art exhibits traits of the Phoenician style, which shows the gift this man has with many different animals.
The East Greek Faience Alabastron imitates a type of Egyptian relief-decorated vessel in its material, shape, and motifs.
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
The J. Paul Getty Museum
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