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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…

Cosmetic Spoon girl starts lotus flowers. New Kingdom. Louvre. Photo by J. MALEK, Egypt, 4000 years of art, Barcelona ...

Cosmetic Spoon girl starts lotus flowers. New Kingdom. Louvre. Photo by J. MALEK, Egypt, 4000 years of art, Barcelona ...

Mendesian donation stela depicting the Ram God Benebdjedet and His wife Hatmehyt. Photo courtesy of One Dead President.

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Mendesian donation stela depicting the Ram God Benebdjedet and His wife Hatmehyt. Photo courtesy of One Dead President.

Stela of User-pekhty-nisu and his wife, Pa-netjer, ca. 1539-1292 B.C.E. Limestone, 14 1/2 x 9 3/4 x 2 15/16 in. (36.8 x 24.8 x 7.5 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund, 37.1353E. Creative Commons-BY

Stela of User-pekhty-nisu and his wife, Pa-netjer, ca. 1539-1292 B.C.E. Limestone, 14 1/2 x 9 3/4 x 2 15/16 in. (36.8 x 24.8 x 7.5 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund, 37.1353E. Creative Commons-BY

Une des 10 stèles au nom de Thoutmôsis IV découvertes dans l'édifice en brique situé au Nord-ouest du monument de Khâemouaset.  Thoutmôsis IV est représenté devant le dieu Horus de Létopplis. XVIIIe dynastie. Saqqarah.  Source : Waseda University Institute of Egyptology.

Une des 10 stèles au nom de Thoutmôsis IV découvertes dans l'édifice en brique situé au Nord-ouest du monument de Khâemouaset. Thoutmôsis IV est représenté devant le dieu Horus de Létopplis. XVIIIe dynastie. Saqqarah. Source : Waseda University Institute of Egyptology.

Hentnefert; rondboog; Amenhotep II, Thoetmosis III  stèle downloadstèle Inventarisnummer AP 62 Afdeling Egypte Objectnaam stèle Materiaal kalksteen Afmetingen 31,5 x 21 cm Vindplaats Egypte Literatuur cat. Leemans V 11  cat. Boeser E.I.64  Beschr. VI, 8, Pl.VII P. Giovetti/D. Picchi, Egitto splendore millenario (Bologna 2015), cat. VI.75 Bron: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden

Hentnefert; rondboog; Amenhotep II, Thoetmosis III stèle downloadstèle Inventarisnummer AP 62 Afdeling Egypte Objectnaam stèle Materiaal kalksteen Afmetingen 31,5 x 21 cm Vindplaats Egypte Literatuur cat. Leemans V 11 cat. Boeser E.I.64 Beschr. VI, 8, Pl.VII P. Giovetti/D. Picchi, Egitto splendore millenario (Bologna 2015), cat. VI.75 Bron: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden

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