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Model Sailboat Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Reign: reign of…

Model Sailboat Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Reign: reign of Amenemhat I, early Date: ca. Geography: From Egypt,

Funerary Boat Being Rowed [Egyptian] (20.3.5) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Funerary Boat being Rowed Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Reign: reign of Amenemhat I, early Date: ca.

Statue of an Offering Bearer Period:  Middle Kingdom, 12th Dynasty,  early reign of Amenemhat I Date: ca 1981-1975 BC

All Different Colors Statue of an Offering Bearer, Middle Kingdom, Dyn early reign of Amenemhat I, ca BC

Model Cattle stable from the tomb of Meketre    Period:      Middle Kingdom  Dynasty:      Dynasty 12  Reign:      reign of Amenemhat I, early  Date:      ca. 1981–1975 B.C.

Model Cattle stable from the tomb of Meketre Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Reign: reign of Amenemhat I, early Date: ca. Thebes, Southern Asasif, Tomb of Meketre (TT MMA MMA 1920

Statue of an Offering Bearer  Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Reign: early reign of Amenemhat I Date: ca. 1981–1975 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Southern Asasif, Tomb of Meketre (TT 280, MMA 1101), serdab, MMA 1920 Medium: Wood, gesso, paint

Statue of an Offering Bearer Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Reign: early reign of Amenemhat I Date: ca. Thebes, Southern Asasif, Tomb of Meketre (TT MMA serdab, MMA 1920

Magic knife (peseshkef) inscribed for King Khufu. Old Kingdom, 4th Dynasty, reign of Khufu ( Cheops), 2551-2528 B.C.

Magic knife (peseshkef) inscribed for King Khufu. Old Kingdom, Dynasty, reign of Khufu ( Cheops), BCE.

Egyptian, Dynasty 12, early reign of Amenemhat I ca. 1981-1975 BCFrom the model chamber, tomb of Meketre Funeral boat sailing

Egyptian, Dynasty early reign of Amenemhat I ca. BCFrom the model chamber, tomb of Meketre Funeral boat sailing

Egypt, 1492–1477 B.C.E.  Kohl Jar in the form of a bundle of reeds. A flat lid (now missing) once swiveled around a metal pin, a piece of which still remains in the hole.

Not bone, but made of travertine. Kohl Jar - Belonged to the Queen Hatshepsut - Egypt - BCE. Inscribed with the title "God's Wife"-- Metropolitan Museum of Art

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