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Statues - Stone (Predynastic, Protodynastic, Pharaonic and Nubian era)

Quartzite head of an Amarna princess, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 (ca. 1353 - 1336 BC), 7 x 9 cm.

Quartzite head of an Amarna princess, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 (ca. 1353 - 1336 BC), 7 x 9 cm.

© Egyptian Museum, Cairo / Ahmed Amin
Painted limestone group statue of Kaemheset with his Wife and Son, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 6 (ca. 2323 - 2200 BC), 54 x 36 x 43 cm.

Painted limestone group statue of Kaemheset with his Wife and Son, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 6 (ca. 2323 - 2200 BC), 54 x 36 x 43 cm.

© Egyptian Museum, Cairo / Ahmed Amin
Painted limestone shabti (funerary figurine) of Sennedjem, New Kingdom, Dynasty 19 (ca. 1279 - 1213 BC), 28.8 x 9 cm.

Painted limestone shabti (funerary figurine) of Sennedjem, New Kingdom, Dynasty 19 (ca. 1279 - 1213 BC), 28.8 x 9 cm.

© Egyptian Museum, Cairo / Ahmed Amin
Granite block statue of Khnumibre, Karnak, Ptolemaic Period (332 - 30 BC), 55 x 24 cm.

Granite block statue of Khnumibre, Karnak, Ptolemaic Period (332 - 30 BC), 55 x 24 cm.

© Egyptian Museum, Cairo
Grey granite statue of Amenardis, the "Divine wife of Amon" and princess of Thebes, Luxor, Dynasty 25 (8th - 7th century BC), 109 cm.

Grey granite statue of Amenardis, the "Divine wife of Amon" and princess of Thebes, Luxor, Dynasty 25 (8th - 7th century BC), 109 cm.

© Nubia Museum, Aswan

Notice

Material
Stone
Type
Sculptures
Details
Human figures in quartzite, limestone and granite. Painted and/or inscribed. Representing members of the royal family, scribes, people and gods.
Red List
Emergency Red List of Egyptian Cultural Objects at Risk
Countries
Egypt
Period
Predynastic, Protodynastic, Pharaonic and Nubian era (5200 – 332 BC)