Egypt middle and new kingdom

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1 3.2  First Intermediate and Middle  Kingdom Describe Egyptian funerary art forms from these periods  and state reasons for the development of these monuments. Explain possible reasons for the decline in the power of  the pharaoh in the Middle Kingdom.  Understand the evolution of burial monuments and why  this occurred in the Middle Kingdom. 
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Figure 3-17  Fragmentary head  of Senuret III, 12 th  Dynasty, ca.  1860 BCE. Red quartzite, 6 ½”  high. Metropolitan Museum of  Art, New York.  2
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3-17A   Seated statue of Lady Sennuwy, from Kerma, Sudan, 12th  Dynasty, ca. 1960–1916 BCE. Diorite, 5’ 7 3/4" high. Museum of  Fine Arts, Boston. 3
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Figure 3-18  Rock- cut tombs BH 3-5,  Beni Hasan, Egypt,  12 th  Dynasty, ca.  1950 – 1900 BCE. 4
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5 Figure 3-19  Interior hall of the rock-cut tomb of Amenemhet (tomb BH 2), Beni Hasan, Egypt, 12th Dynasty, ca. 1950– 1900 BCE.
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6 Changes in the Middle Kingdom Understand how and why the funerary art forms and burial  monuments are changed in the Middle Kingdom. Describe features of the fragmentary head of Senusret III  and how the reflect the political climate of the Middle  Kingdom.
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7 3.3 Second Intermediate and New Kingdom Egypt Describe early events in the New Kingdom which bring  new influences into the art. Discuss how the Hyksos changed the culture of Egypt and  show their location of origin  Understand aspects of the New Kingdom as reflected in  the art of ancient Egypt.
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8 Figure 3-20   Mortuary temple of Hatshepsut (with the Middle Kingdom mortuary temple of Mentuhotep II at left),  Deir el-Bahri, Egypt, 18th Dynasty, ca. 1473–1458 BCE.
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King and queen of Punt and attendants, relief from the mortuary temple of Hatshepsut, Deir el-Bahri, Egypt, 18th  Dynasty, ca. 1473–1458 BCE. Painted limestone, 1’ 3” high. Egyptian Museum, Cairo. 9
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