Colossal kneeling statue of Hatshepsut holding nw offering jars as a gift to the
15th c BCE Egyptian Egyptian New Kingdom Sculpture
EGYPTIAN XVIII DYNASTY Anonymous (aka Eighteenth Dynasty Anonymous; 18th Dynasty
(c.1570 BCE - 1293 BCE)
c. 1473 BCE-1458 BCE
15th c BCE
h. 8' 6'
Egyptian New Kingdom
Deir el-Bahari. Egypt.
New York. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Restored from fragments of figures originally located adjacent to the sanctuary of Amun on the upper terrace of the Funerary Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el Bahri, c. 1473-1458 BCE. [subsequently mutilated by Thutmose III].
EGYPTIAN XVIII DYNASTY Anonymous | Colossal kneeling statue of Hatshepsut holding nw offering jars as a gift to the god Amun. | c. 1473 BCE-1458 BCE | Egyptian | Egypt (New Kingdom)
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