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Bust of a King. Historical Dating: Amenhotep (Amenophis) IV / Akhenaten

Bust of a King Amenhotep (Amenophis) IV / Akhenaten. The Heretic King. The crazy boy thought there was only one god and not many!

Berlin, Neues Museum, Pharao Tutanchamun (Pharaoh Tutankhamun) | by HEN-Magonza

Berlin, Neues Museum, Pharao Tutanchamun (Pharaoh Tutankhamun) | by HEN-Magonza

Head of Akhenaten, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, around 1340 BC. Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection / SMB. Neues Museum, Berlin. Photo: Margarete Büsing

Head of Pharaoh Akhenaten, New Kingdom, Dynasty, around 1340 BC. Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection / SMB.

Reign of Akhenaten (ca. 1353-1336 B.C.) Thutmose workshop at Amarna Gypsum plaster Metropolitan Museum of Art

Reign of Akhenaten (ca.) Thutmose workshop at Amarna Gypsum plaster Metropolitan Museum of Art. (Obvious relationship with the Mayan or South American Cultures)

Egipto

and Nefertiti Busts in Neues Museum, Berlin, Dynasty Egypt.be curious about the race/ethnicity/pheotype whenever you see the nose & lips chipped off.

Princess - Head from a statuette. Probably from el-Amarna. Limestone. The Amarna c.1365-1347 B.C. | Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen

Princess - Head from a statuette. Probably from el-Amarna. The Amarna…

Wooden head of a Harpist,from Tell Al-Amarna,c.a.1370-1360 B.C. 18th Dynasty,New Kingdom.

Wooden head of a Harpist, from Tell Al-Amarna, ca. 1370 - 1360 BC, Dynasty, New Kingdom.

Statue of Chancellor Nakhti, from Asyut, early Middle Kingdom

Titulo de la imágen Egyptian - Statue of Chancellor Nakhti, from Asyut, early Middle Kingdom

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