lunes, 21 de noviembre de 2016

The Tomb of Prince Montuherkhepeshef - KV19

the prince in front of Duamutef
This represents the fourth and final son of Horus, recognisable by his black canine head which is a reminder of that of Anubis. Unlike the other three, who wear golden knee-length tunics, this one is sheathed in a gilt shroud. From the front of the shroud emerge two black hands with a gold bracelet on each wrist, clutching a was-sceptre. Despite having the canine head, he still wears human hair on his head, trimmed with gold.
Again, Montuherkhepeshef has empty hands raised in homage in front of the image of the divinity. 

The Tomb of Prince Montuherkhepeshef - KV19
 
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Ramesses III and Prince Amenherkhepeshef

Ramesses III and Prince Amenherkhepeshef before Hathor

Artist:
Nina de Garis Davies (1881–1965)
Period:
New Kingdom, Ramesside
Dynasty:
Dynasty 20
Reign:
reign of Ramesses III
Date:
Original ca. 1184–1153 B.C.
Geography:
Original from Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Valley of the Queens, Tomb of Amenherkhepeshef (QV 55), MMA graphic expedition 1933
Medium:
Paper, tempera paint, ink
Dimensions:
facsimile: h. 94.5 cm (37 3/16 in); w. 64.5 cm (25 3/8 in) scale about 2:5 framed: h. 87.3 cm (34 3/8 in); w. 67.3 cm (26 1/2 in)
 
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domingo, 20 de noviembre de 2016

EXTENDED MASK




EXTENDED MASK
ROMAN PERIOD
Roeder, G., Die Denkmäler des Pelizaeus-Museums zu Hildesheim, Hildesheim 1921, S. 104.
Götter und Pharaonen, Hildesheim 1979, Kat.-Nr. 198.
Eggebrecht, A. (Hrsg.), Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim : Die ägyptische Sammlung, Hildesheim - Mainz 1993, Abb. 111.
Eggebrecht, A. (Hrsg.), Ägypten : Geheimnis der Grabkammern; Suche nach Unsterblichkeit, Hildesheim - Hamm - Mainz 1993, Kat.-Nr. T 45.
Inventory number 1581
PELIZAEUS-MUSEUM
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