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L. Head of Queen Tiye. R. Head of Akhenaton.
14th c BCE Egyptian Amarna Sculpture

EGYPTIAN AMARNA PERIOD Anonymous (1378 BCE - c. 1335 BCE) Primary
c. 1340 BCE
14th c BCE
H:26 cm.
Stucco; Gypsum
Carved
Amarna
Amarna. Egypt.
Berlin. Aegyptisches Museum.
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The pharaoh Amenophis III did not follow the old practice of marrying his sister, but instead married the beautiful and talented Queen Tiye, pictured on the left. Tiye, who is thought to have been a Nubian from Kush, may have arrived in Egypt as the main attraction of a procession like the one we saw in the previous image. Their son, shown on the right, was the famous Akhnaton, who sought to reform to Egyptian religion.

Caption: EGYPTIAN AMARNA PERIOD Anonymous | L. Head of Queen Tiye. R. Head of Akhenaton. | c. 1340 BCE | Egyptian | Amarna | ┬ęKathleen Cohen | egy02027
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