Statue of mass of Pharaonic civilization. 1

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Seller: sabeg11 (73) 98.7%, Location: luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 183965466122 Statues of the mass are rare statues, and have a rare sitting style like them, especially as they are great personalities in the Pharaonic state. The statues of the mass first appeared in ancient Egypt, in the Middle Kingdom era, and then spread in the modern state, then the third transitional era, and the late era, statues depicting the human being in a "squat" position, as if trapped in a cube. In the modern state, texts suggested that the purpose of this form of sculpture is to guard the temples, and therefore most were placed at the gates of the temples. One of the most famous features of the statues of the mass in later times is the provision of a large surface, allowing the inscription of many writings, especially the religion and funerary rituals, as well as the names of individuals who made the statue, and titles. One of the most famous figures is the statue of the Sunan-mott, the architect who built the monastery of the monastery. He was the agent of Queen Hatshepsut and the guardian of her daughter Princess Nafro-Ra. The Sunan-moth appeared in several statues of a block. Princess Nefro-Ra, and the most important of these statues are the statue of Baan Khansu, which is currently in the Museum of Munich, Germany, and dates back to the era of Ramesses in the era of Ramses II. Condition: Statue of mass. Pharaonic civilization, Material: Glazed Hammer Stone, Provenance: Valley of the Queens west of Luxor

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