Unique Egyptian Seated Senenmut Holding Princess Neferure British Museum Replica

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Seller: queennefertiti (306) 100%, Location: Spring Hill, Florida, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 273656860792 Unique Ancient Egyptian Antique Seated Senenmut Holding The Princess Neferure in His Arms Hanmade in Egypt. Really Stunning Belongs to a Museum.....full of Art. It is Replica in British Museum......Made from the best kinds of Wood in Egypt. Purchased from from Tal-El-Amarna,El Minia,Egypt.Amarna. Amarna (Arabic: العمارنة al-'amārnah ) is an extensive Egyptian archaeological site that represents the remains of the capital city newly established and built by the Pharaoh Akhenaten of the late Eighteenth Dynasty, and abandoned shortly after his death (1332 BC). Dimensions: Approximately 8.5 CmX 5 Cm X 4.5 Cm Weight: 71 grams Hand carved and painted by the Hands of the best Creative Artist in Egypt. Please check my other listings.....i will be more than happy to combine Shipping for you......Thanks for looking. As to international Shipping please check your country Costumes for any regulations or fees.....the seller is not Responsible for any additional fees......Thank you. Senenmut first enters the historical record on a national level as the "Steward of the God's Wife" (Hatshepsut) and "Steward of the King's Daughter" (Neferure). Some Egyptologists place Senenmut's entry into royal service during the reign of Thutmose I, but it is far more likely that it occurred during either the reign of Thutmose II or while Hatshepsut was still regent and not pharaoh. After Hatshepsut was crowned pharaoh, Senenmut was given more prestigious titles and became high steward of the king. Senenmut supervised the quarrying, transport, and erection of twin obelisks, at the time the tallest in the world, at the entrance to the Temple of Karnak. Neither stands today though they were commemorated in the Chapelle Rouge. Karnak's Red Chapel, or Chapelle Rouge, was intended as a barque shrine and may have originally stood between the two obelisks. (The remaining obelisks of Hatshepsut were erected in Year Fifteen as part of her Heb Sed Festival; one still stands in the Temple of Karnak whilst the other is in pieces having fallen many centuries ago.) Condition: “Handmade in Egypt....in Excellent Condition ....See photos”, Material: Wood

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