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MensajeTema: KMKG - MRAH    Dom Nov 06, 2016 1:04 am




BAKERY (MODEL)




This model of wood, which was found during the excavations of A. Gayet at Antinoopolis, depicts a standing man, a woman sitting before a chopping-block and a loaf which is found on the floor. It was probably part of a baking scene. The piece, which carries traces of stucco and paint, dates from the Middle Kingdom.




EL-SHEIKH `ABADA/ANTINOOPOLIS




1ST INTERMEDIATE PERIOD >




J. Breasted, Egyptian Servant Statues, Washington 1948, 30 nº 6




Génie des hommes, âme de l'homme (Exposition), Huy 1998, 14, 41 nº 28




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Shabti of Nen
This shabti of serpentine represents a mummified person, who holds a was-sceptre and the ankh-sign of life in its hands. The statuette, which dates from the Middle Kingdom, bears a hieroglyphic text written in a vertical column. The owner was a "Chief of Weavers", named Nen, son of Senankh.
ABYDOS
L. Speleers, Recueil des inscriptions égyptiennes des Musées Royaux du Cinquantenaire à Bruxelles, Bruxelles 1923, 32 nº 95
H. Schneider, Shabtis, Leyde 1977, I 181
Inventory number E 3394
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NECKLACE




This beautiful necklace has been reconstructed from elements found in the tomb of Kheti at Beni Hassan. It is composed of five rows of small stems coloured black and turquoise and of two shoulder pieces in the form of falcon heads "wesekh" type). It seems that the collar was never worn, but played a part in the funerary rites of the owner.




BENI HASSAN




FAYENCE




MIDDLE KINGDOM




E. De Keyser, Colliers Ousekh, BMRAH 4e série 19 (1947) 85-89




Artisans de l'Égypte ancienne (Exposition), Morlanwelz 1981, 58-59 nº 53




Van dieren en mensen. Getuigenissen uit Prehistorie en Oudheid - Des animaux et des hommes. Témoignages de la Préhistoire et de l'Antiquité (Exposition), Bruxelles 1988, 172 nº 152




Inventory number E.3385




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CLOTH/SHROUD




This piece of painted material, which dates from the Graeco-Roman Period, depicts two divinities in the form of a serpent. They are without any doubt Agathos Daimon, the good genie protector of the town of Alexandria, and Isis-Uraeus. They are respectively wearing pshent head-dresses, the pharaonic double crown of Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt, and a crown composed of a solar disk and cow's horns. The bodies are marked with black and reddish colours. The two divine serpents, creations of religious syncretism of the Graeco-Roman Period, often decorate stelae, coins and the walls of tombs.




FLAX

vowed




GRAECO-ROMAN PERIOD




GREEK GOD: AGATHOS DAIMON




Van dieren en mensen. Getuigenissen uit Prehistorie en Oudheid - Des animaux et des hommes. Témoignages de la Préhistoire et de l'Antiquité (Exposition), Bruxelles 1988, 179 nº 179




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MensajeTema: Re: KMKG - MRAH    Jue Dic 08, 2016 12:04 am




Canopic jar of Horemheb




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This canopic jar (see E.5898) was part of the oldest collections in the Museum and bears the name of Horemheb, son of Shepensopdet. It has a lid in the shape of a human head and a text referring to Amset the Son of Horus. The texts indicate that the owner lived during the 26th Dynasty. The Metropolitan Museum in New York also has a canopic jar belonging to the same Horemheb.




CALCITE/ALABASTER




26TH DYNASTY







Hr-m-Hb




Sp-n-spd.t




L. Speleers, Recueil des inscriptions égyptiennes des Musées Royaux du Cinquantenaire à Bruxelles, Bruxelles 1923, 81 nº 303




K. Sethe, Zur Geschichte der Einbalsamierung bei den Ägyptern und einiger damit verbundenen Bräuche, Berlin 1934, 13*




H. De Meulenaere, Kanopenvazen met opschrift in de Egyptische Verzameling, MRAH 37 (1965) 5-6, 10




B. van de Walle, L. Limme et H. De Meulenaere, La collection égyptienne. Les étapes marquantes de son développement, Bruxelles 1980, 43-44




Henri-Joseph Redouté et l'Expédition de Bonaparte en Égypte (Exposition Saint-Hubert en Ardenne 1993), Bruxelles 1993, 146 nº 38




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MensajeTema: Re: KMKG - MRAH    Jue Dic 15, 2016 12:09 am




Stela

This monument forms the bottom of a stela belonging to the "scribe accountant of the grain of Amun", Neferhotep. It is composed of double scenes, arranged as a diptych. In the right-hand scene, the deceased is seen standing in adoration before Re-Harakhty and his daughter Maat. The creator of the cosmos has a falcon's head surmounted by a solar disk. The goddess Maat wears a feather in her hair, which represents her name in hieroglyphic writing. The left-hand scene shows Neferhotep praying before Osiris who is accompanied by his wife Isis. The two scenes together symbolise the heavenly world and underworld, where the deceased hopes to continue earthly life.

Re-Harakhty and Maat

THEBES: WEST BANK: EL-KHOKHA

18TH DYNASTY

L. Speleers, Recueil des inscriptions égyptiennes des Musées Royaux du Cinquantenaire à Bruxelles, Bruxelles 1923, 34 nº 116

(M. Werbrouck,) Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Bruxelles. Département égyptien, Album, Bruxelles 1934, pl. 3

J.-Ch. Balty, e.a., Koninklijke Musea voor Kunst en Geschiedenis, Brussel, Oudheid - Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Bruxelles, Antiquité - The Royal Museums of Art and History, Brussels, Antiquity, Bruxelles 1988, 24

B. Van Rinsveld, Goden en godinnen van het Oude Egypte - Dieux et déesses de l'Ancienne Égypte, Bruxelles 1994, 24-25

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MensajeTema: Re: KMKG - MRAH    Dom Dic 18, 2016 12:28 am



HUMAN FIGURINE
The wooden figurine, which was purchased during the public sale of the Amherst collection at London in 1921, consists only of a naked torso surmounted by a head with a pointed beard. The person represented has lost the upper limbs which were once held in place by the tenons at the chest. Of the lower limbs only a part of the right thigh has survived. The function of the quadrangular hole, hollowed out in the abdominal region, is not clear: could it have served to fasten a kilt or to provide a place of attachment for the genitalia? The most characteristic detail is nevertheless the enormous protruding thorax and the dorsal hump due to a pronouced curvature of the vertebral column. The paleopathological exam of the symptoms prove that this person was struck in childhood by vertebral tuberculosis.
Inventory number E.5850
PREDYNASTIC PERIOD >
EARLY DYNASTIC PERIOD/THINITE PERIOD
Fr. Jonckheere, Le bossu des Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire de Bruxelles, Cd'É 23 (1948) 24-35
R. Watermann, Bilder aus dem Lande des Ptah und Imhotep, Cologne 1958, pl. 14-15
B. Hornemann, Types of Ancient Egyptian Statuary, Munksgaard 1966, II 386
E. Strouhal, Life in Ancient Egypt, Cambridge 1992, 249 fig. 268
J. Fischer, Der Zwerg, der Phallos und der Buckel, Cd'É 73 (1998) 354-355
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MensajeTema: Re: KMKG - MRAH    Miér Dic 21, 2016 12:17 am




Anthropomorphic canopic stopper




The canopic jars were used from the Old Kingdom onwards to preserve the internal organs which were removed from the body of the deceased. This vase stopper, which dates from the Middle Kingdom, represents the face of the deceased. The eyes are accentuated by the black make-up lines: this refers to the symbolism of the hieroglyphic and protective character of the made-up eye signifying "being intact". The example is distinguished by a blue wig and a brownish coloured face.




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Inventory number E.4353




(M. Werbrouck,) Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Bruxelles. Département égyptien, Album, Bruxelles 1934, pl. 93




F. Lefebvre et B. Van Rinsveld, L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes, Bruxelles 1990, 66, 71







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MensajeTema: Re: KMKG - MRAH    Sáb Dic 31, 2016 1:07 am





Model




Figurine of a dignitary




This stuccoed and painted wooden figurine was probably part of a group of persons involved in a scene of everyday life. Represented in a walking attitude, the dignitary holds a baton in the left hand. The right hand without doubt gripped a sekhem-sceptre. The piece, which is distinguished by a quite heavy manufacture, resembles the pieces coming from the provincial necropoleis from the 1st Intermediate Period of from the beginning of the Middle Kingdom.




wood




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MensajeTema: Re: KMKG - MRAH    Dom Ene 01, 2017 1:13 am




STATUETTE




This group of two seated males in sandstone comes from the excavations of W. F. Petrie at Serabit el-Khadim. It depicts the "director of sealed matters" Nebaaour and the "chamberlain of Djedbaou" Khentykhety. The piece belongs to the category of private statues which were placed in the sanctuary of Hathor so that the owners may benefit from the divine kindness.




SARABIT EL-KHADIM




nb-aAw-wr




xnti-Xty







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FUNERARY TEXT: FORMULA Htp-di-nsw.t




L. Speleers, Recueil des inscriptions égyptiennes des Musées Royaux du Cinquantenaire à Bruxelles, Bruxelles 1923, 16 nº 70




Porter and Moss, Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Reliefs, and Paintings VII 359




A. Gardiner, T. Peet et J. Cerny, The Inscriptions of Sinai, Oxford 1952-1955, pl. 42 nº 156




B. van de Walle, La publication des textes des Musées: Bruxelles (Musées royaux d'Art et d'Histoire) dans Textes et languages de l'Égypte pharaonique. Hommage à Jean-François Champollion, Le Caire 1974, 172




W. Ward, Index of Egyptian Administrative and Religious Titles of the Middle Kingdom, Beirout 1982, 70 nº 576




F. Lefebvre et B. Van Rinsveld, L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes, Bruxelles 1990, 63




P. De Smet et J. Josephson, A Masterwork of Middle Kingdom Sculpture (Brussels, MRAH E. 6748), BMRAH 62 (1991) 9




D. Valbelle et Ch. Bonnet, Le sanctuaire d'Hathor maîtresse de la turquoise, Paris 1996, 154 fig. 178







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Fragment of relief




This fragment of relief was acquired during the sale of the P. Phillip collection at Paris in 1905. It probably comes from a Theban tomb and represents the head of a dignitary. The style and the colours indicate that the piece dates from the end of the 18th Dynasty or from the beginning of the Ramesside Period.







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THEBES: WEST BANK




NEW KINGDOM




F. Lefebvre et B. Van Rinsveld, L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes, Bruxelles 1990, 132


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Isis suckling Harpocrates




This figurine in terracotta shows Isis seated on a throne with a high back, with moulded cornice and armrests. The goddess presents the left breast to her son Harpocrates who she holds in her lap. Her hair is dressed with bands and long corkscrew curls. She wears an Isiac crown covered by a veil. It is probable that the type of Isis "lactans" - Greek version of the egyptian motif - derives from the cult statue of an important alexandrian sanctuary of the 3rd century BC.







ROMAN PERIOD







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MensajeTema: Re: KMKG - MRAH    Mar Ene 31, 2017 2:42 am




AMULET

This amulet, which was purchased in the art trade in 1948, is composed of two figurines on a socle: a bird divinity with a human head and a naked infant holding the right hand towards the mouth. It's probably the goddess Isis who protects her child Horus. The goddess is wearing a wig on which a metal (?) element was fixed which is now missing. On the back, there is a ring for attaching the piece to a necklace.

Horus, Isis

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B. Hornemann, Types of Ancient Egyptian Statuary, Munksgaard 1966, V 1305
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Head of a man with emaciated features




This small head in black stone from the end of the Ptolemaic Period or the beginning of the Roman Empire provides an excellent example of a style of art which is basically Egyptian but which exhibits a number of Hellenistic influences, such as the short locks of hair held in place by a diadem. The face is emaciated, and permits the bone structure to be discerned beneath the distorted skin. Note also the heavy rings under the eyes, the large almond-shaped eyes, and the strong chin.




Present location KMKG - MRAH [07/003] BRUSSELS

Inventory number E.2672

Dating GRAECO-ROMAN PERIOD

Archaeological Site UNKNOWN

Category FIGURINE/STATUETTE

Material ROCK; UNSPECIFIED ROCK

Technique HEWN; SCULPTURED

Height 11.5 cm







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Bibliography•R. Tefnin, Sculptuur van het Oude Egypte - Statues et statuettes de l'Ancienne Égypte, Bruxelles 1988, 58-59

•F. Lefebvre et B. Van Rinsveld, L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes, Bruxelles 1990, 171

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MensajeTema: Re: KMKG - MRAH    Dom Abr 15, 2018 1:03 pm

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