Art History Survey 1906
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Amarna Village was built around the Nile River for water Tombs were built in cliffs Possible tomb of Akhenaten is around the Royal Wadin There was no body found but the Royal Wadin was poorly kept with many relief panels Akhenaten took a map of Amarna and set Boundary Stela U (texts writing on large cliffs or rocks) around the city The walls were made out of sand Queen Tiy Akhenatens mother From Kom Medinet elGhurab Eighteenth Dynasy (1352 B.C) Materials: Wood, ebony, glass, silver, gold, lapis lazuli, cloth, clay, and wax Height: 33/4’ (9.4cm) In the Staatleche Museen zu Berlin, Preussicher Kulturbesitz, Agyptisches Museum Nefertiti Akhenatens wife Found with multiple models Eighteenth Dynasty (13531336 B.C) Materials: Painted limestone, height 20’ (51cm) In the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Agyptishes Museum Funerary Mask of Tutankhamun From tomb of Tutankhamun Eighteenth Dynasty (1327 B.C) Gold inlaid with glass and semiprecious stones Height: 211/4” (54.5cm) weight: 24lb Found in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo Palette of Narmer (Front) From Hierakonpolis Early dynastic period, 2950 B.C Materials: Green Schist, height 25” (64cm) In the Egyptian Museum, Cairo Reconstruction drawing of Djoser’s funerary complex, Saqqara Third Dynasty (26302575 B.C) The step pyramid and Sham buildings, funerary complex of Djoser Materials: Limestone, height: 204’ Mastaba (step pyramid of King Djoser, Saqqara) Underground burial chambers Great pyramids, Giza Fourth dynasty (25752450 B.C) Erected by Menkaure, Khafre, and Khufu Materials: Limestone and granite Height: 450’ Great Sphinx, funerary complex of Khafre Giza, Old Kingdom (25202494 B.C) Materials: Limestone Height: 65’ Valley temple of Khafre Giza, Old Kingdom (25202494 B.C) Materials: Limestone and red granite Khafre Giza, Valley temple of Khafre Fourth Dynasty (25202494 B.C) Materials: Dioritegabbro gneiss Height: 5’6 1/8” Found in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo Menkaure and a Queen, Probably Khamerernebty II Fourth Dynasty (25202494 B.C) From Giza Materials: Graywacke with traces of red and black paint Height: 54 ½” Found in Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Harvard UniversityMuseum of Fine Arts expedition Seated Scribe Found near the tomb of Kai, Saqqara Fifth Dynasty (24502352 B.C) Painted limestone with inlaid eyes of rock crystal, calcite, and magnesite mounted in copper Height: 21” In the Museum de Louvre, Paris Ti Watching a Hippopotamus Hunt Tomb of Ti, Saqqara Fifth Dynasty (24502325 B.C) Painted limestone relief Height: 45” RockCut Tombs, Beni Hasan Twelf Dynasty (19381756 B.C) Picking Figs Wall painting from the tomb of Khnumhotep, Beni Hasan Twelfth Dynasty (1890 B.C) Tempera facsimile by Nina de Garis Stele of the sculptor userwer Twelfth dynasty (1850 B.C) Materials: limestone, red and black ink Height 20 ½” x 19” In the British Museum London Stele of Amenemhat From Assasif Late eleventh dynasty (2000 B.C) Painted Limestone Height: 11” x 15” In the Egyptian Museum, Cairo
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