Egyptian culture.edited.docx - Egyptian culture To what extent did artistic representations of the Pharaoh remain consistent from the Old to the end of

Egyptian culture.edited.docx - Egyptian culture To what...

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Egyptian culture To what extent did artistic representations of the Pharaoh remain consistent from the Old to the end of the New Kingdom in Egypt? Provide three examples of characteristics that changed or remained the same to illustrate your point. The ancient Egypt artwork has continued to fascinate people across the world thousands of years later after the fall of kingdoms. Egyptians influenced the early Greek and Roman artists. Most of Egypt's artists remain anonymous; their art was also functional and real representation. The most renowned artist creations in Egypt are the pyramids which were initially established as burial sites for the kings and other officials. The artistic creations of monuments took a different path in the new kingdom as the valley of kings was introduced in the new kingdom. Pharaohs who ruled during the old kingdom considered themselves to be gods. Much of the artistic creations of the time were created with the aim of supporting life to another generation, although in a different form.

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