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Idolized by Diana Craig Patch | “This piece spoke to me when I realized, you don’t need a single written word, three thousand years later, we can understand the same language.” | Cult Image of the God Ptah, ca. 945–600 B.C. Third Intermediate Period–early Dynasty 26. Country of Origin Egypt. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Anne and John V. Hansen Egyptian Purchase Fund, 2007 (2007.24)

Cult Image of the God Ptah, ca. Third Intermediate Period–early Dynasty Country of Origin Egypt. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Head of Sekhmet, c. 1391-1353 BC Egypt, Presumably Thebes, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of Amenhotep III, 1391-1353 BC  granodiorite

Head of Sekhmet, c. bC Egypt, Presumably Thebes, New Kingdom, Dynasty Reign of Amenhotep III.

Meet King Tut’s Father, Egypt’s First Revolutionary

In Berlin’s Neues Museum, Akhenaten’s bust bears the scars of upheavals ancient and modern. Smashed by the king’s successors in the century B., it was also damaged as a result of being moved during World War II.

Egypt, Chariot with Horse and Driver, 1st century BCE - 1st century CE  Sculpture; Ceramic, Terracotta, 4 3/16 x 4 15/16 in. (10.6 x 12.6 cm)  Gift of Jerome F. Snyder (M.80.202.26)  Egyptian Art Department. LACMA

Egypt, Chariot with Horse and Driver, century BCE - century CE Sculpture; Ceramic, Terracotta, 4 x 4 in. x cm) Gift of Jerome F.

Vases. New Kingdom, Amarna Period, Dynasty 18, ca. 1353–1323 B.C.

Egyptian Glass Vases, Period: New Kingdom, Amarna Period Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Date: ca. Geography: From Egypt Medium: Glass Dimensions: 8 cm in.) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1944 Accession Number:

Falcon-headed crocodile  This statue combines attributes of two great hunters—the keen-eyed falcon and the mighty Nile crocodile.  Late Period, 664–332 BCE From Mansoora Indurated limestone The Egyptian Museum, Cairo

Falcon-headed crocodile This statue combines attributes of two great hunters—the keen-eyed falcon and the mighty Nile crocodile. Late Period, BCE From Mansoora Indurated limestone The Egyptian Museum, Cairo

Tear Drop Shaped Vase with Painted Designs of Maidens, Cows, Swamp Plants, etc. Egypt, ca. 1390-1353 B.C., XVIII Dynasty, New Kingdom

BCE During the reign of Amunhotep III, light blue was the most common color in the artist's palette, a color perfected by the Egyptians; detail of a marsh scene with leaping goats. Egyptian terracotta vase and paint, 11 x 6 in.

Fragment of a tomb painting with two women and a boy (y1993-6) | Princeton University Art Museum

Fragment of a tomb painting with two women and a boy ca. 1291 – 1185 B. Egyptian -New Kingdom , Dynasty Princeton University Art Museum

Two Egyptian bronze figures of kneeling Pharaohs. Ptolemaic Period, circa 332-30 B.C.

Two Egyptian bronze figures of kneeling Pharaohs. Ptolemaic Period, circa B.

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