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LRI4639712
Title
Egyptian antiquitis: golden wooden statue of the Ka of Tutankhamun which is part of the Tresor of the Pharaoh. It was placed at the entrance of the sarcophagus room to protect the deceased. Around 1340 BC. From the tomb of All-Ankh-Amon (Tutankhamun or Tutankhamun), Valley of the Kings, Deir el Bahari (Dayr al-Bahri). 18th dynasty. Sun. 54 cm Cairo. Egyptian Museum
Artist
Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC) / Egyptian
Photographer
Luisa Ricciarini
Location
Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt
Medium
sculpture
Description
Egyptian antiquitis: golden wooden statue of the Ka of Tutankhamun which is part of the Tresor of the Pharaoh. It was placed at the entrance of the sarcophagus room to protect the deceased. Around 1340 BC. From the tomb of All-Ankh-Amon (Tutankhamun or Tutankhamun), Valley of the Kings, Deir el Bahari (Dayr al-Bahri). 18th dynasty. Sun. 54 cm Cairo. Egyptian Museum
Photo credit
Luisa Ricciarini / Bridgeman Images
Keywords
carving / carved / mythology / egyptian / art / archaeology / pharaoh / ancient egypt / king / tutankhamun / ricciarini / antiquite / egypt / egyptian
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