Daughter of Amenophis IV or Akhenaten (1351-1334), Egyptian, limestone/ red paint.
This female head has an elongated skull, and is probably a child of Amenhotep IV/Akhenaten (1351-1334 BCE). The eye is hollow for inlaying. The piece is broken across the neck, and is a forgery executed in the 18th Dynasty, Amarna Period style.
Courtesy & currently located at the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA.
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I live in a country generally assumed to be a dictatorship. One of the Arab spring countries. I have lived through curfews and have seen the outcomes of the sort of surveillance now being revealed in the US. People here talking about curfews aren’t realizing what that actually FEELS like. It…
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some things you probably didn’t know
- A Dorita is a female Dorito. Interesting
- 10,000 Dorites make up 1 Dorito. Wow
- It is possible to fit approx. 15 million Dorites in the back of the average pickup truck. Truly astounding
- The average bag of Doritos has about 269,842 Dorites. Amazing
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