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ARH 2050 - Prof. Cole Egyptian Art in the New Kingdom (Amarna)
Use this resource guide to locate credible sources for Dr. Kevin Cole's research assignment on Egyptian Art: Limestone Head (Amarna Style).
Art and Multimedia: From the Artstor Digital Library, Institutional Collections, and Public Collections
New Kingdom. Head of a Princess
Head of a Princess sculpture
Egyptian | 1365-1349 BCE
New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty
From Tell el-Amarna; found in the workshop of the chief sculptor Tuthmosis by the expedition of the Deutsche Orient-Gesellschaft in 1912. The statue may represent Meritaten, the eldest daughter of Akhenaten. Artstor