Limestone fragment from a parapet dating to between regnal of the reign of Akhenaten. Excavated by W Flinders Petrie and Howard Carter between 1891 - 92 from the Broad Hall of the Great Palace Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York.
A close-up of a limestone relief shows an extraordinary representation of Queen Nefertiti smiting a female captive on a royal barge—a time-honored depiction, solely reserved for ruling kings. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (Photo: Captmondo/CC BY-SA
Another example of the union of animal and the divine in Egyptian culture. Relief plaque depicting a Ram as either Amun or Banebdjeder ram god of the northern city of Mendes Egypt Ptolemaic Period 300 BCE Limestone