Wooden Statues of the Old Kingdom: A Typological Study
About 240 wooden statues survive from the Old Kingdom (c. 2575 - 2134 BC). The statues that can be dated by external criteria have been gathered together into a chronological catalogue and their features studied to establish dating criteria. The criteria are then applied to the remaining statues, enabling many of them to be assigned dates within individual reigns of the Old Kingdom.
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The Dating of the Statues in Catalogue A
The Dating of the Statues in Catalogue B
The Dating of the Statues in Catalogue C
Overige edities - Alles bekijken
Accessories Jewellery Stance Administration appears ASAE Associated Items Bibliography Base H. W. L. Wig Cairo carved clasping cm Base H. W. L. cm Wig Colour Black wig Comments covering the ears cracked damaged Date Dynasty Date of Discovery Decoration Description Striding male Dress earliest Eaton-Krauss echelon-curl wig female figure fist foot front hand Harpur head HESPOK holding imy-r Inscription Condition Inventory Kanawati kilt later layer left arm lists male Provenance Saqqara male statues Merenre middle missing Museum natural nude Old Kingdom original painted parallel Pepi II period plaster possible range in date reign of Pepi remains representations of statues short side skin skirt Smith Stance S.3 Inscription Standing Statue Height statues from Catalogue statues wear stone statues Striding male Provenance Strudwick Teti tomb traces Unknown wearing wood yes yes yes
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