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Tomb of General Horemheb. Foreign princes rendering homage to Tutankhamun.

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Tomb of General Horemheb. Foreign princes rendering homage to Tutankhamun.
14th c BCE Egyptian Egyptian New Kingdom Sculpture

EGYPTIAN XVIII DYNASTY Anonymous (aka Eighteenth Dynasty Anonymous; 18th Dynasty (c.1570 BCE - 1293 BCE) Primary
c. 1330 BCE
14th c BCE
H:55 cm. W:60 cm.
Limestone
Relief
Egyptian New Kingdom
Saqqâra. Egypt.
Paris. Louvre.
pari8356
"From the tomb of Horemheb built at Saqqara when he was army general under Tutankhamun. Horemheb later became pharaoh and was buried in the Valley of the Kings. Right to left shows the kings of Libya, Nubia, and of Syria-Palestine."

Caption: EGYPTIAN XVIII DYNASTY Anonymous | Tomb of General Horemheb. Foreign princes rendering homage to Tutankhamun. | c. 1330 BCE | Egyptian | Egyptian New Kingdom | ©Kathleen Cohen

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