Basalt plaque of an Egyptian pharaoh with a chin beard. He holds a flail and crook in his hands as symbols of royalty, majesty and dominion. On his headdress, a double Uraeus. Late Kingdom, 26th Dynasty. 663-525 BC
Ancient Egypt. Carved granite head of a smiling Pharaoh, wearing a double crown of Lower Egypt. 18th Dynasty.
Ancient Egypt, 26th Dynasty.
Basalt head of an Egyptian ruler with carved details, including the Uraeus, Cobra symbol of royalty, on his headdress.
Ancient Egypt. Carved, wooden statue of a ruler wearing a headress and kilt. The face and kilt are painted in gold leaf, detailed eyes and eyebrows painted with black outlines. Old Kingdom. 2780-2680 BC
Carved marble high relief upper torso of a pharaoh wearing a headdress, chin bead, and his arms crossed holding a flail and crook which are the symbols of royalty, majesty, and dominion. Traces of encrustation. 26th Dynasty. 663-525 BC (12 ½" x 10 ½")
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