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Architectural elements (Predynastic, Protodynastic, Pharaonic and Nubian era)

Limestone wall relief, Saqqara, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 5-6 (2471 - 2195 BC), 47 x 86 cm.

Limestone wall relief, Saqqara, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 5-6 (2471 - 2195 BC), 47 x 86 cm.

© Salima Ikram
Painted limestone round-topped Stela of Paheripedjet, Abydos, New Kingdom, Dynasty 19 (1295 - 1186 BC), 66 x 36 cm.

Painted limestone round-topped Stela of Paheripedjet, Abydos, New Kingdom, Dynasty 19 (1295 - 1186 BC), 66 x 36 cm.

© Egyptian Museum, Cairo / Ahmed Amin

Notice

Material
Stone and plaster
Type
Architectural elements
Details
Painted and/or carved stone stelae or blocks of wall decoration representing moments from daily life or special occasions.
Red List
Emergency Red List of Egyptian Cultural Objects at Risk
Countries
Egypt
Period
Predynastic, Protodynastic, Pharaonic and Nubian era (5200 – 332 BC)