Egyptian Art Gallery
by Kayla Aughenbaugh
This stone piece was found in a temple to be memorial to King Tanyidamani. One side shows the king with extravagant accessories, where the other side shows a god.
This stone plaque represents King Iuput holding and wearing various items that only a king would have.
This wine container date back to the 14th century B.C. It was created using pottery with a reddish-brown color.
This sculpture is of an unknown king. It is made of limestone and wearing a blue crown. There are also pieces of gold leaf incorporated into this piece.
This is a life size sculpture of the Ptolemaic King's head. It is sculpted into stone without any traces of pigments.
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The Walters Art Museum
Rijksmuseum van Oudheden
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