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Малоизвестный Египет

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Hounds and Jackals Board Game from the tomb of Reniseneb (MMA 26.7.1287)
End of Dynasty 12- Dynasty 13 (ca. 1810-1700 BCE)
Elephant ivory on wood; ivory playing pieces; one leg, one foot restored
Carter-Carnarvon excavations, Thebes Asasif, 1910
Фото Vladimir_M  с http://forum.lah.ru


Фото Vladimir_M  с http://forum.lah.ru


Фото Vladimir_M  с http://forum.lah.ru


Фото Vladimir_M  с http://forum.lah.ru


Фото Vladimir_M  с http://forum.lah.ru




Saite Period, Dynasty 26, ca. 664-525 BCE
Beads, fiber, 45.7 x 40 x 3.8 cm (18 x 15 3/4 x 1 1/2 in.)
Gift of Charles L. Hutchinson and Henry H. Getty, 1894.967


Mummy Head Cover, Roman Period, 1st century BCE
Cartonnage, gold leaf, pigment
46 x 30.5 x 26.7 cm (18 1/8 x 12 x 10 1/2 in.)
William M. Willner Fund, 1910.220


Statuette of Tutu
Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty 21/25, ca. 1070-664 BCE
Bronze, 22.2 x 16.5 x 3.6 cm (8 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 1 1/4 in.)
Gift of Henry H. Getty, Charles L. Hutchinson, and Robert H. Fleming, 1894.257
(From _The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt_, by Richard Wilkinson, page 183)
Tutu
"A somewhat obscure apotropaic god venerated mainly in the Graeco-Roman Period, Tutu was called 'he who keeps enemies at a distance' and was believed to provide protection from hostile manifestations of deities and demons. The god was said to be the son of Neith, and was depicted in the form of a walking lion or as a composite deity with human head, the body of a lion, the wings of a bird and a tail which was a snake."

New Kingdom, Dynasty 20, reign of Ramesses III, ca. 1182-1152 BCE
Faience, glaze
Lapwing (OIM 16721):
H: 3 15/16; W: 3 3/4; D: 1/2 in (10.1 x 9.7 x 1.8 cm)
Excavated by the Oriental Institute, 1932


New Kingdom, Dynasty 20, reign of Ramesses III, ca. 1182-1152 BCE
Faience, glaze
Excavated by the Oriental Institute at Luxor, Medinet Habu, OIM 18827 (?)
(From Info Cards):
"Foreigners were most commonly differentiated from Egyptians by hairstyles or clothing."
I may have photographed the wrong card for this colorful piece. It is describing a "light haired resident of the eastern Mediterranean, his neck encircled by one of the emblematic plants of Egypt". This foreigner has a green cap. ???
This was the info card directly to the right of this piece. Further research on OIM 18827 leads only to a page which describes it as "Tile - Medinet Habu - New Kingdom - Faience - 90w mm, Very Detailed."

Ceramic, paint
Nubia, Semna South cemetery, tomb N-224, Meriotic Period (200 BCE-300 CE)




Left: OIM 10541
Right: OIM 10658 - Ape of Thoth, sitting holding sacred eye in front of chest, heavy scalloped mane
Faience - 70x40x32 mm
THOTH:
(aka Djeheuty, Tehuti, Tahuti, and Zehuti) was the god of wisdom, writing and the moon, the inventor of both magic and medicine, and the one who healed both Set and Horus after their contendings.
Источники: http://www.joanlansberry.com
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Photos from Oriental Museum, Chicago, Egyptian Galleries 


Tags: Древний Египет, мебель, орнамент, перепост, рельеф, ювелирное искусство
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