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MensajeTema: Liverpool museum   Vie Dic 23, 2016 12:21 am



SHABTI




A wooden shabti with a worn face. The figure bears no trace of colour, no implements are apparent. There is a single line of text incised on the front of the figure, now illegible.




MIR




wood




NEW KINGDOM




LIVERPOOL MUSEUM




Inventory number 36.119.72




H.M Stewart; "Egyptian Shabtis", (1995).




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MensajeTema: Re: Liverpool museum   Sáb Dic 24, 2016 12:32 am



Boat




The hull of a model boat, made from red pottery. Such an object would have been placed in the tomb with the deceased.




PREDYNASTIC PERIOD ?




LIVERPOOL MUSEUM




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MensajeTema: Re: Liverpool museum   Dom Ene 08, 2017 12:57 am




Model of boat




A painted wooden model of a small boat, with five crewmen. Three of the crewmen are hoisting the sail, another stands on the prow as a lookout and the steersman sits in the stern. A canopy in front of the steering pole provided shade for the owner and his guests. The steersman is the one member of the crew with a kilt made from a textile, the other figures are only painted.







GOVERNORATE OF MINIYA: BENI HASSAN




wood/linen




MIDDLE KINGDOM: 11TH DYNASTY




http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/record.aspx?id=3887




Piotr Bienkowski and Angela Tooley, "Gifts of The Nile: Ancient Egyptian Arts and Crafts in the Liverpool Museum", 1995, 60; pl. 92.




Charles Gatty, "Catalogue of the Mayer Collection (Part One)", 1879, 57; No. 365.




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MensajeTema: Re: Liverpool museum   Dom Ene 08, 2017 1:46 am




Model of boat

A painted wooden model of a small boat, with five crewmen. Three of the crewmen are hoisting the sail, another stands on the prow as a lookout and the steersman sits in the stern. A canopy in front of the steering pole provided shade for the owner and his guests. The steersman is the one member of the crew with a kilt made from a textile, the other figures are only painted.

GOVERNORATE OF MINIYA: BENI HASSAN

wood/linen

MIDDLE KINGDOM: 11TH DYNASTY

http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/record.aspx?id=3887

Piotr Bienkowski and Angela Tooley, "Gifts of The Nile: Ancient Egyptian Arts and Crafts in the Liverpool Museum", 1995, 60; pl. 92.

Charles Gatty, "Catalogue of the Mayer Collection (Part One)", 1879, 57; No. 365.

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MensajeTema: Re: Liverpool museum   Miér Ene 11, 2017 1:06 am




Furniture legs
A pair of painted wooden legs in the form of lions. Articles of furniture such as beds were dismantled so that they would fit into the small burial chamber with other offerings. Lion legs were popular on Egyptian chairs which normally had backs but no arms and either wooden seats or seat-frames with inlaid panels. These legs probably came from a funerary bed of the Roman Period.
Present location LIVERPOOL MUSEUM [03/061] LIVERPOOL
Inventory number 1978.291.325
Dating ROMAN PERIOD
Archaeological Site UNKNOWN
Category LEG
Material WOOD
Technique TURNED
Height 50 cm
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Bibliography•Piotr Bienkowski and Angela Tooley., Gifts of The Nile: Ancient Egyptian Arts and Crafts in Liverpool Museum., 1995., 39; pl.47.
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MensajeTema: Re: Liverpool museum   Vie Mar 03, 2017 12:27 am



Marble block

The major part of the marble b
Marble blockase of a statue of Ramesses II in the form of a block. On two sides the name and titulary of the king have been carved above figures of bound captives representing the 'Nine Bows', traditional enemies of Egypt, and other provinces. Across the front of the base are the cartouches of the pharaoh.

Present location LIVERPOOL MUSEUM [03/061] LIVERPOOL

Inventory number 66.159

Dating RAMESSES II/USERMAATRE-SETEPENRE

Archaeological Site EL-SHEIKH `ABADA/ANTINOOPOLIS

Category PEDESTAL

Material MARBLE

Technique HEWN

Translation

May he live, the Horus, Strong Bull, Beloved of Truth, the King of Upper Egpyt and Lower Egypt, Lord of the Two Lands, User-Maat-Re Setepenre; Son of Re, Lord of Diadems, Ramesses, beloved of Amun.

Toponyms.

Ha- nebw - Northernmost foreigners.

Shat - Oases, in Nubia.

Ta-shemau - Upper Egypt.

Sekhet-jamu

Ta - Mekhu - Lower Egypt, the Delta.

Pedjet Shut - Foreign Barbarians.

Tjehenu - Libya.

Iwntyw sti - Natives of Nubia.

Mntyw Setet - Bedouin of Asia.

Khet Hesy - Vile Hittites.

On the front of the block are the cartouches of Ramesses II flanked by his Horus names, the vulture goddess Nekhbet of Upper Egypt offers the ankh-sign of life on one side, on the opposite side the cobra goddess Wadjet of Lower Egypt does the same.

Bibliography•Unpublished

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MensajeTema: Re: Liverpool museum   Lun Mayo 21, 2018 10:41 pm

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MensajeTema: Re: Liverpool museum   Sáb Mayo 26, 2018 3:47 am

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