History Egyptian Palette of Narmer Sculptural wall relief www.Neo-Mfg.com 25" Museum reproduction
This is a true reproduction of the original front face.
The original is
Size c. 64 cm x 42 cm - 25" x 16"
Created 3200-3000 BC (circa)
Present location Egyptian Museum, Cairo
Victory Palette of King Narmer - From Hierakonpolis, Egyptian Musuem, Cairo, 3200 B.C.
This palette commemorates the victories of King Narmer, also know as Menes, the first Pharaoh and the unifier of Upper and Lower Egypt. The top of the palette has on both sides, the bovine heads of the Goddess Hathor. The King is shown brandishing a mace, poised to smite a prisoner. This symbolizes the triumph of order over chaos. In front of Narmer, the Horus falcon, protector of Kingship, holds a prisioner by a rope. Below are shown two slain enemies.
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