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Egyptian antiquite: shabti (chaouabti, oushebti) (burial statuette in gold wood) of King Tutankhamun represented in Osiris being part of the Tresor of the Pharaoh, Around 1340 BC, From the tomb of All-Ankh-Amon (Tutankhamun or Tutankhamun), Vallee of the Kings, Deir el Bahari (Al-Bahri), 18th Dynasty - Cairo, Egyptian Museum - Shabti from the treasure of Tutankhamun - Funerary giltwood sculpture, c.1340 BC, from the pharaoh tomb, in the Valley of the Kings (Egypt) - Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, Cairo (Egypt)

Egyptian antiquite: shabti (chaouabti, oushebti) (burial statuette in gold wood) of King Tutankhamun represented in Osiris being part of the Tresor of

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Egyptian antiquite: shabti (chaouabti, oushebti) (burial statuette in gold wood) of King Tutankhamun represented in Osiris being part of the Tresor of the Pharaoh, Around 1340 BC, From the tomb of All-Ankh-Amon (Tutankhamun or Tutankhamun), Vallee of the Kings, Deir el Bahari (Al-Bahri), 18th Dynasty - Cairo, Egyptian Museum - Shabti from the treasure of Tutankhamun - Funerary giltwood sculpture, c.1340 BC, from the pharaoh tomb, in the Valley of the Kings (Egypt) - Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, Cairo (Egypt)
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LRI4639793
Title
Egyptian antiquite: shabti (chaouabti, oushebti) (burial statuette in gold wood) of King Tutankhamun represented in Osiris being part of the Tresor of the Pharaoh, Around 1340 BC, From the tomb of All-Ankh-Amon (Tutankhamun or Tutankhamun), Vallee of the Kings, Deir el Bahari (Al-Bahri), 18th Dynasty - Cairo, Egyptian Museum - Shabti from the treasure of Tutankhamun - Funerary giltwood sculpture, c.1340 BC, from the pharaoh tomb, in the Valley of the Kings (Egypt) - Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, Cairo (Egypt)
Artist
Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC) / Egyptian
Photographer
Luisa Ricciarini
Location
Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt
Medium
sculpture
Description
Egyptian antiquite: shabti (chaouabti, oushebti) (burial statuette in gold wood) of King Tutankhamun represented in Osiris being part of the Tresor of the Pharaoh, Around 1340 BC, From the tomb of All-Ankh-Amon (Tutankhamun or Tutankhamun), Vallee of the Kings, Deir el Bahari (Al-Bahri), 18th Dynasty - Cairo, Egyptian Museum - Shabti from the treasure of Tutankhamun - Funerary giltwood sculpture, c.1340 BC, from the pharaoh tomb, in the Valley of the Kings (Egypt) - Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, Cairo (Egypt)
Photo credit
Luisa Ricciarini / Bridgeman Images
Keywords
carving / carved / egyptian / art / hieroglyph / writing / archaeology / pharaoh / ancient egypt / king / tutankhamun / ricciarini / Okusa / hieroglyph / antiquite / egypt / egyptian

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