Akhenaten (Plaque)

Size: 13" x 10.5"
Material: Filled Resin, mounted on custom wood plaque

Time: c. 1349 BC, 18th Dynasty
Location: Thebes, Egypt

There is irony in the story behind this full sized copy of an 18th Dynasty limestone relief of King Amenhotep III (1390-1352 BC) found in the Thebean tomb of a royal scribe. The King wears the War Crown of blue leather with gold sequins circled by the uraeus cobra. Although referred to as ''Plunderer of Shiner", "Crusher of Naharin", "Smiter of the Asiatics", there is no evidence that Amenhotep was ever involved in such activities! He ascended the throne in peaceful times while Egypt was experiencing great wealth and flourishing trade. He engaged in vast building programs and his reign was one of the most prosperous and stable in Egyptian history. His son was Akhenaten, the Rebel King.

ID #: EGRW003P (Plaque)
EGRW0038 (Wall Stele)

Akhenaten (Wall Stele)

Size: 9.5" x 8" x 1"

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Life size - Hand Painted

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