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Nefertiti: A small fragment of relief from the Amana period. Housed at the Louvre Museum

Nefertiti: A small fragment of relief from the Amana period. Housed at the Louvre Museum

Egyptian relief with a man eating fruit, from El-Amarna | 1353-1335 BC, 18th Dynasty, New Kingdom. © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK.

Egyptian relief with a man eating fruit, from El-Amarna | 1353-1335 BC, 18th Dynasty, New Kingdom. © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK.

Luxor, Egypt

Luxor, Egypt

*EGYPT ~  head of Hathor,3rd intermediate period (about 1069-664 BC).MATERIAL bronze, LOCATION Paris, Louvre

*EGYPT ~ head of Hathor,3rd intermediate period (about 1069-664 BC).MATERIAL bronze, LOCATION Paris, Louvre

V1.7-Material Construction - AMARNA:3D

V1.7-Material Construction - AMARNA:3D

Egyiptomi Spoon New Empire Louvre, Párizs> egiptologia.com

Egyiptomi Spoon New Empire Louvre, Párizs> egiptologia.com

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Eighteenth dynasty ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, Akhenaten. Reigned 1353–1336BC. Akhenaten is represented as a sphinx representing his monotheistic deity, the 'Aten' which is represented by the rays of sun.

Eighteenth dynasty ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, Akhenaten. Reigned 1353–1336BC. Akhenaten is represented as a sphinx representing his monotheistic deity, the 'Aten' which is represented by the rays of sun.

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Relief of Men Talking. These two men wear costumes and carry clubs that identify them as guards or policemen. Note how the artist represented them gesturing with their hands, as if each were trying to emphasize his point. Limestone, painted. ca. 1352-1336 B.C.E., late XVIII Dynasty, Amarna Period. Brooklyn Museum

Relief of Men Talking. These two men wear costumes and carry clubs that identify them as guards or policemen. Note how the artist represented them gesturing with their hands, as if each were trying to emphasize his point. Limestone, painted. ca. 1352-1336 B.C.E., late XVIII Dynasty, Amarna Period. Brooklyn Museum

Egyptian God we

Egyptian God we

Statue of the God's Wife of Amun and Divine Adoratrice of Amun, Ankhnesneferibre.God's Wife of Amun was the highest-ranking priestess of the Amun cult,an important religious institution in ancient Egypt.

Statue of the God's Wife of Amun and Divine Adoratrice of Amun, Ankhnesneferibre.God's Wife of Amun was the highest-ranking priestess of the Amun cult,an important religious institution in ancient Egypt.

Ramuseumu (el temple funerari de Ramsès).

Ramuseumu (el temple funerari de Ramsès).

Queen Nefertiti: Fragment of a limestone relief showing Nefertiti wearing disk, horns and feathers, and uraeus. Amarna Period. From the Petrie Museum in London

Queen Nefertiti: Fragment of a limestone relief showing Nefertiti wearing disk, horns and feathers, and uraeus. Amarna Period. From the Petrie Museum in London

Karnak, Luxor, Egypt

Karnak, Luxor, Egypt

Damaged relief found at Amarna depicting Queen Nefertiti giving offerings in the crown of Amun.

Damaged relief found at Amarna depicting Queen Nefertiti giving offerings in the crown of Amun.