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Stele of Neferrenpet, 1400-1296 BC Egypt, Probably Thebes, New Kingdom, late Dynasty 18, 1540-1296 BC  limestone

Stele of Neferrenpet, 1400-1296 BC Egypt, Probably Thebes, New Kingdom, late Dynasty 18, 1540-1296 BC limestone

Egypt, Thebes, Mid-18th Dynasty, reign of Amenhotep III, circa 1391 - 1353 BCE Limestone with traces of pigment, 26 3/4 x 17 1/4 in. (67.95 x 43.82 cm)  Purchased with funds provided by Phil Berg, LACMA AC1999.2.1    (From the info card)  "Iuf-er-bak, a noble from the Egyptian capital city of Thebes, stands at the right accompanied by his wife and two sons. The men carry floral funerary offerings, while in the register below, seven relatives are seated at a funerary banquet. Iuf-er-back is…

Egypt, Thebes, Mid-18th Dynasty, reign of Amenhotep III, circa 1391 - 1353 BCE Limestone with traces of pigment, 26 3/4 x 17 1/4 in. (67.95 x 43.82 cm) Purchased with funds provided by Phil Berg, LACMA AC1999.2.1 (From the info card) "Iuf-er-bak, a noble from the Egyptian capital city of Thebes, stands at the right accompanied by his wife and two sons. The men carry floral funerary offerings, while in the register below, seven relatives are seated at a funerary banquet. Iuf-er-back is…

Limestone funerary stele of Tembu with polychrome paint. New Kingdom. Early 18th dynasty, c. 1500-1470 B.C.E. | The Walters Art Museum

Limestone funerary stele of Tembu with polychrome paint. New Kingdom. Early 18th dynasty, c. 1500-1470 B.C.E. | The Walters Art Museum

Amenemhat I is considered to be the first king of Egypt to have had a coregency with his son, Senusret I. A double dated stela from Abydos and now in the Cairo Museum (CG 20516) is dated to the Year 30 of Amenemhat I and to the Year 10 of Senusret I, which establishes that Senusret was made co-regent in Amenemhat's Year 20."Planche 28 Monuments Historiques (1872) - TIMEA" by Délié, Hippolyte and Émile Béchard - This image comes from the Travelers in the Middle East Archive (TIMEA) where it…

Amenemhat I is considered to be the first king of Egypt to have had a coregency with his son, Senusret I. A double dated stela from Abydos and now in the Cairo Museum (CG 20516) is dated to the Year 30 of Amenemhat I and to the Year 10 of Senusret I, which establishes that Senusret was made co-regent in Amenemhat's Year 20."Planche 28 Monuments Historiques (1872) - TIMEA" by Délié, Hippolyte and Émile Béchard - This image comes from the Travelers in the Middle East Archive (TIMEA) where it…

Cleopatra VII of Egypt dressed like a pharaoh  presenting offerings to Isis, 51 BC. Limestone stele dedicated by a  Greek man, Onnophris.

Cleopatra VII of Egypt dressed like a pharaoh presenting offerings to Isis, 51 BC. Limestone stele dedicated by a Greek man, Onnophris.

Limestone stele of Ptahsetji. New Kingdom. Late 18th dynasty – early 19th dynasty. 1400–1279 B.C. | The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Limestone stele of Ptahsetji. New Kingdom. Late 18th dynasty – early 19th dynasty. 1400–1279 B.C. | The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

The stela of Isis depicts a striding statue on a pedestal facing right. It represents a king wearing the crown of upper Egypt, the royal kilt, and a ceremonial beard

The stela of Isis depicts a striding statue on a pedestal facing right. It represents a king wearing the crown of upper Egypt, the royal kilt, and a ceremonial beard

Onouriserhat et sa femme Tanetiounet, assis, recevant l'hommage de leur fils Khaemouaset  vers 1425 - 1400 avant J.-C.  calcaire H. : 26,10 cm. ; L. : 22,10 cm.  Assise sous eux, leur fille Satkhat.

Onouriserhat et sa femme Tanetiounet, assis, recevant l'hommage de leur fils Khaemouaset vers 1425 - 1400 avant J.-C. calcaire H. : 26,10 cm. ; L. : 22,10 cm. Assise sous eux, leur fille Satkhat.

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