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Palette of King Narmer (left, back; right, front), From Heirakonpolis, Egypt, Predynastic, c. 3000-2920 BC. Slate approx. 2’ 1” high

 

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Great Pyramids of Giza, Egypt, Pyramids of Menkaure c. 2490-2472 BC, Khafre, c. 2520-2494 BC, Khufu, c. 2551-2528 BC.

 

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Portrait Head, c. 2551-2528 BC, Found in a tomb at Giza, Limestone, Height 27.8 cm

 

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The Garden of Nebamun, c. 1400 BC, Wall-painting from a tomb in Thebes, 64 x 74.2 cm

 

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Portrait of Hesire, From a wooden door in his tomb, c. 2778-2723 BC, Wood, Height 115 cm

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Seated scribe (Possibly Kay), From his mastaba at Saqqara, Egypt, Dynasty V, c. 2450-2350 BC, Painted limestone, Approx. 1’ 9” high

 

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The Funerary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, c. 1480 BC New Kingdom, Thebes

 

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Queen Hatshepsut, c. 1480 BC, New Kingdom, Limestone, pigment, 195 cm high, from Thebes

 

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Hatshepsut with offering jars, from the upper court of her mortuary temple. Deir el-Bahri, Egypt
c. 1473-1458 BC. red granite, approx. 8’ 6” high

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Akhnaten, From the tomb of Amen-Re, Karnak, Egypt, Dynasty XVIII, c. 1353-1335 BC, Sandstone, Approx. 13’ high

 

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Amenophis IV (Akhnaten), c. 1360 BC, Limestone relief, Height 14 cm

 

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Thutmose, Nefertiti, from Tell el-Amarna, Egypt, Dynasty XVIII, c. 1353-1335 BC, Painted limestone, approx. 1’ 8” high

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Akhnaten and Nefertiti with their children, c. 1345 BC, Limestone altar relief, 32.5 x 39 cm

 

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Tutankhamun and his wife, c. 1330 BC, Detail of gilt and painted Woodwork from the throne found in his tomb

 

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Dagger, c. 1600 BC, Found at Mycenae, Bronze inlaid with gold, silver and niello, length 23.8 cm

 

 

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Temple of Horus, Edfu, Egypt, c. 237-47 BC

 

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Monument of King Naramsin, c. 2270 BC, Found in Susa, Stone, Height 200 cm

 

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Dying lioness, detail of a relief from the Palace of Ashurbanipal, Nineveh (modern Kuyunjik), Iraq, c. 645-640 BC, Gypsum, figure approx. 1’ 4” high

 

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Ishtar Gate (restored), Babylon, Iraq, c. 575 BC, Glazed brick