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Sitting statue attributed to Amenemhat II later usurped by 19th Dynasty pharaohs Berlin, Pergamon Museum
Sitting statue attributed to Amenemhat II later usurped by 19th Dynasty pharaohs Berlin, Pergamon Museum
Great Sphinx of Tanis, bearing the cartouches of Amenemhat II. Louvre, A23
Great Sphinx of Tanis, bearing the cartouches of Amenemhat II. Louvre, A23
A Guardian figure in a temple from the Met museum gallery 136, wearing the red crown of Lower Egypt and whose face appears to reflect the features of
A Guardian figure in a temple from the Met museum gallery 136, wearing the red crown of Lower Egypt and whose face appears to reflect the features of the reigning king, most probably Amenemhat II or Senusret II. It functioned as a divine guardian for the imiut, and it is wearing a divine shendyt, which suggests that the statuette was not merely a representation of the living ruler.
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Fragment of a statue of Amenemhat III 12th Dynasty c. 1800 BC State Museum of Egyptian Art, Munich
Fragment of a statue of Amenemhat III 12th Dynasty c. 1800 BC State Museum of Egyptian Art, Munich
A figure wearing the red crown of Lower Egypt and whose face appears to reflect the features of the reigning king, most probably Amenemhat II or Senwo
A figure wearing the red crown of Lower Egypt and whose face appears to reflect the features of the reigning king, most probably Amenemhat II or Senwosret II. It functioned as a divine guardian for the imiut, and it is wearing a divine kilt, which suggests that the statuette was not merely a representation of the living ruler.
Head of Senusret III with youthful features, 12th Dynasty, c. 1870 BC, State Museum of Egyptian Art, Munich
Head of Senusret III with youthful features, 12th Dynasty, c. 1870 BC, State Museum of Egyptian Art, Munich
Sobekneferu was the last ruler of the 12th Dynasty
Sobekneferu was the last ruler of the 12th Dynasty