History Egyptian King Tutankhamun Tut Golden Shrine Right side Plaque Artifact Sculpture 11" www.Neo-Mfg.com home decor
Size 10.5" x 11"
This panel is an Exact reproduction physically taken from the right side of Tuts golden Shrine.
This side panel is composed of 4 sections containing scenes in which the queen presents a sistrum and necklace to the king.
Next pours water into a vessel held by Tutankhamun .
Next ties a floral collar behind his neck
Last Tutankhamun pours water into the queens cupped hand.
The golden shrine found in the tomb of Tutankhamun, covered in causal scenes of the king and the queen, 18th dynasty, New Kingdom, Valley of the Kings.
Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC).
Medium: wood overlaid with gesso covered with sheet gold. Date: 14th Century BC.
In the form of the sanctuary of Nekhbet; contained statuettes of the king and his wife; decorated with scenes of pharaoh and Ankhesenamun;
Provenance: Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egyp
Last 2 photo is original in Museum
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