ARH 1-31 - -Akhenaton, Nefertiti, and three daughters -New...

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ARH 1-31 - Fowling scene- Tomb of Nebamun, Thebes, New Kingdom, 1400-1350BC. o Fresco on dry plaster. o Nebamun was a royal man. Counter of grain. o Enjoying recreation in his afterlife o Daughter and wife holding flowers o Also in the tomb are the scene of music and dancers. Probably a funeral celebration - Akhenton- Temple of Aton, Karnak, New Kingdom, c. 1350BC. o Sandstone o 13 ft tall o Not block like statue. Curvy, possibly female features o Changed religion, Egypt and wanted to change art. - Nefertiti- Thutmose, New Kingdom, c. 1350BC. o Painted granite. o Wife of Akhenton o Portions are elongated
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Unformatted text preview: -Akhenaton, Nefertiti, and three daughters -New Kingdom, c. 1350BC. o Sunken relief o Sandstone o Gives us a private image of their life o Possibly not meant to be seen by the public o At end of the rays of the light from the sun are onks(life) o After his death, pharos remove his idea, buildings, and art. -Death mask of Tutankhamen- Thebes, New Kingdom, c. 1320BC. o May have been the son of Akhenaton o Ruled for 10 years. o Died at 18 o Howard Carter discovers his tomb. Most intact tomb ever discovered. Still contained the mummified body of the pharo....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ARH 2059 taught by Professor Margaretzaho during the Spring '07 term at University of Central Florida.

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