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Amon Min



The drawing of this fragment of ostracon stands out thickly, brick red, on a light sketch of the same shade. It is a mediocre schematization by the hand of a novice, representing a bust of the god Amun-Min.

THEBES: WEST BANK: DEIR EL-BAHARI

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This fragment of an anthropoid coffin represents the head of a female. She wears a long black wig, decorated with a diadem and a lotus flower. The facial features, accentuated by heavy brows, the made up eyes, a fine nose and a small mouth, indicate a certain relationship to the iconographic representations of the beginning of the 19th Dynasty.

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Mummy label
From the 2nd century of our era, the Egyptians produced documents of wood called "mummy labels". They contain short religious formulae mentioning the name, filiation, occupation, age and the date of death of the deceased. This piece in the shape of a sign was intended to be fixed to the mummy of Menouthos, son of Harpalos. The Museum owns a second "label" belonging to the brother of Menouthos (A.1973).

GRAECO-ROMAN PERIOD: ROMAN PERIOD
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Fragment of terracotta vase with pink surface
This fragment of a terracotta vase shows an enclosure in which stands the falcon-god Horus above a rectangle, which represents the royal palace and which contains the name (said of Horus) of Semerkhet, penultimate king of the 1st Dynasty.
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"Nemset"-vase
This blue-coloured vase has a very specific form: It is part of the type of receptacle designated by the term "nemset"-vase. One used it to carry out water libations.
NEW KINGDOM
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"Nemset"-vase
This blue-coloured vase has a very specific form: It is part of the type of receptacle designated by the term "nemset"-vase. One used it to carry out water libations.
NEW KINGDOM
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This small object of hard stone takes the form of a hemicylindrical bowl with a hole for suspension. On the flat base are drawn figures of animals (monkeys?). The date of the piece which served as an amulet and a seal is difficult to determine.

Amulet seal

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MensajeTema: Re: KMKG - MRAH Bruselas   Dom Ene 04, 2015 12:12 am


banquet scene

This fragment from a wall painting depicts part of a banqueting scene. From right to left, two men and a woman are seated on chairs. The person in the middle appears to be sick: he turns away to vomit; this theme is part of the rich iconography of a number of Theban tombs. At the top of the fragment there are several red lines which were meant to outline the inscriptions that were never added to the wall.

Present location KMKG - MRAH [07/003] BRUSSELS
Inventory number E.2877
Dating 18TH DYNASTY
Archaeological Site UNKNOWN
Category WALL PAINTING
Material PLASTER
Technique PAINTED
Height 30 cm
Width 32 cm




Bibliography•(M. Werbrouck,) Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Bruxelles. Département égyptien, Album, Bruxelles 1934, pl. 42
•Drinken in het verleden (Exposition), Louvain 1973, 100 nº 139
•A. Mekhitarian, Fragments de peintures thébaines, Serapis 6 (1980) 87-88
•A. Lexa, La médecine égyptienne au temps des pharaons, Paris 1983, 392-393
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This small statuette in serpentine represents an owl. Carved in sculpture in the round the piece measures 13 cm from the brow to the tail, and 9.5 cm from the top of the skull to underneath the feet, which are folded under the body and joined with it The head is round, framed by a ring of finely grooved barbs. It could be that the statuette dates from the Protodynastic Period.

EARLY DYNASTIC PERIOD/THINITE PERIOD ?

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This figurine in blue faience represents a man seated on a small flat seat and playing the harp. Between the legs, one notices a disproportionate phallus and on the head two of two pieces in black colour. This latter iconographic element that one finds on a specific category of female figurines linked to the protection of the birth and of the newly born seems to be a relic of the skin of the lioness in which Harpocrates was wrappedd to assure total protection. The piece, which dates from the Ptolemaic Period, combines in this way the idea of protection, of eroticism and of fertility.
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The small amulet in blue-green faience represents a crocodile with a curved tail. This saurian is the sacred animal of Sobek, god of waters and fertility. Mainly worshipped in the Faiyum, he is also considered as a primordial god who fights the enemies of Divine Order.

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The small amulet in blue-green faience represents a crocodile with a  curved tail. This saurian is the sacred animal of Sobek, god of waters and fertility. Mainly worshipped in the Faiyum, he is also considered as a primordial god who fights the enemies of  Divine Order.

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This small statuette in serpentine represents an owl. Carved in sculpture in the round the piece measures 13 cm from the brow to the tail, and 9.5 cm from the top of the skull to underneath the feet, which are folded under the body and joined with it The head is round, framed by a ring of finely grooved barbs. It could be that the statuette dates from the Protodynastic Period.

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Female figure with raised arms

Female figurines of this type, made from Nile silt, are among the oldest sculptures in Egyptian art. Their form is extremely schematised, and their heads tend to resemble that of a bird. The arms are raised beside the head with the palms of the hands turned to face inward, and the upper part of the body leans forward slightly. At the bottom of the legs is the hint of a foot. Their function in a tomb is not immediately apparent; are they bird-headed deities, fertility goddesses, concubines for the deceased, mourners, or even dancers?

Present location KMKG - MRAH [07/003] BRUSSELS
Inventory number E.3006
Dating NAQADA II
Archaeological Site UNKNOWN
Category HUMAN FIGURINE
Material SILTSTONE
Technique FORMED BY HAND; PAINTED
Height 23.7 cm
Width 15.1 cm

Bibliography•F. Lefebvre et B. Van Rinsveld, L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes, Bruxelles 1990, 20
•S. Hendrickx, Prehistorische en vroegdynastische oudheden uit Egypte - Antiquités préhistoriques et protodynastiques d'Égypte, Bruxelles 1994, 26-27

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MensajeTema: Re: KMKG - MRAH Bruselas   Lun Mar 28, 2016 12:31 am

Papyrus Leopold II

Papyrus Leopold II is actually the upper part of a larger document, the lower part of which (Papyrus Amherst VII), presently kept in the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York, has been known since 1874. In 1935, Jean Capart found the Brussels papyrus among several souvenirs which king Leopold II had brought back from his travels in Egypt. This unique document relates of an official enquiry during the reign of Ramesses IX (c. 1100 BC) following robberies in t...he Theban royal necropolis. The text is carefully written in hieratic in four long columns of 19 lines.

Present location KMKG - MRAH [07/003] BRUSSELS
Inventory number E.6857
Dating RAMESSES IX/NEFERKARE-SETEPENRE
Archaeological Site THEBES: WEST BANK
Category PAPYRUS
Material PAPYRUS
Technique DOVETAIL (JOINT); WRITTEN WITH A REED PEN/REED WITH SPLIT NIB
Height 22 cm

Bibliography•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, 28
•B. van de Walle, in Schrijfkunst uit het Oude Egypte - Écritures de l'Égypte ancienne, Bruxelles 1992, 38-39
•P. Vernus, Affaires et scandales sous les Ramsès, Paris 1993, 19, 24, 36, 53, 63
•R. Schulz et M. Seidel (Éd.), Egypte. Het land van de farao's, Cologne 1998, 242 fig. 182

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Figurine of a woman lying on a bed

This limestone object, which was acquired by an exchange with the Museum of Cairo in 1907, represents a naked woman lying on a bed. The piece is distinguished by the particular attitude of the woman who is sleeping on her left side, the head placed on a cushion, and who is holding her folded arms on her chest. The base of the bed is ornamented by a diamond motif. The figurine, which seems to be painted in black and red colours, probably dates from the Late Period.

LATE PERIOD , GRAECO-ROMAN PERIOD





Inventory number: E.2530

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Model




This model of a boat represents a hull painted in ochre-yellow with the inside frame in red. The crew is composed of eight men, of which two, crouching, in the centre, occupy themselved unfurling the sail. Another sailor, crouching in the stern at the side of the small pavillion, works the rudder. On the prow of the boat, one sees again a sounder holding a baton in his hands.




SIDMANT EL-GABAL




Inventory number E.5798A




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Model of a serpent




This object in limestone is the model of a sculptor. Coming from the excavations of E. Naville in the temple of Montuhotep at Deir el-Bahari, it represents a serpent in the specific form of the uraeus. It is possible that this is the goddess Meretseger, patroness of the Theban necropolis. She was worshipped in company with the god Ptah in a sanctuary hollowed out in the rock, not far from the Valley of the Queens.




SCULPTOR'S MODEL




DEIR EL-BAHARI: TEMPLE OF MENTUHOTEP NEBHEPETRE







18TH DYNASTY




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Lute player

This small decorative plaque of bronze probably embellished a column of one of the Theban temples; it was brought back from Egypt by Jean Looze, a participant in the Napoleonic Expedition of 1798. It depicts a lute player standing on a papyrus skiff. This scene is well known from painted walls of tombs and toilette objects and can even be found in the form of an amulet. This object dates from the reign of Tutankhamun and the style shows the influence of Amarna art: the pose of the body of the player, wrapped in a pleated garment and with a prominent belly, is very characteristic of the age of Akhenaten.

Present location KMKG - MRAH [07/003] BRUSSELS
Inventory number E.2244
Dating 18TH DYNASTY
Archaeological Site UNKNOWN
Category UNSPECIFIED
Material BRONZE
Technique CASTING
Height 19 cm

Bibliography•(M. Werbrouck,) Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Bruxelles. Département égyptien, Album, Bruxelles 1934, pl. 64
•Koninklijke Musea voor Kunst en Geschiedenis te Brussel. Oudheid, het Verre Oosten, Volkenkunde - Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire. Antiquités, Extrême-Orient, Ethnographie, Bruxelles 1958, Égypte nº 21
•F. Lefebvre et B. Van Rinsveld, L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes, Bruxelles 1990, 3, 109
•Van Nijl tot Schelde - Du Nil à l'Escaut (Exposition), Bruxelles 1991, 135-137 n° 131
•W. Decker et M. Herb, Bildatlas zum Sport im Alten Ägypten, Leyde 1994, I 807 S. 4.6.

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This model in stuccoed and painted wood, which was found by A. Gayet in a tomb at Antinoopolis, figures a man carrying a large sack on his back. It is probable that the piece, which dates from the Middle Kingdom, was part of a larger group representing a granary scene.

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Inventory number E.0785/24

EL-SHEIKH `ABADA/ANTINOOPOLIS

MIDDLE KINGDOM

E. Warmenbol (Éd.), Ombres d'Égypte, le peuple de Pharaon (Exposition), Treignes 1999, 87 nº 68

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