Amarna Palace Paintings, Volume 78
Egypt Exploration Society, 2007 - 386 pagine
The religious revolution of Akhenaten brought significant changes of emphasis and iconography characterised by a luminous naturalism that gives the art of the period a freshness and immediacy. This book studies one of the important aspects of this artistic tradition; the large corpus of painting which is partially known to the scholarly world.
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The Great Palace
The South Harim
The rest of the Palace
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Accession number Akhenaten Amarna Amarna art Ashmolean Museum black line block-border blue band blue papyrus bouquets Cairo Museum Cairo panels cartouche cavetto chariot scene chequer cm high cm wide COA I plan cornflowers Corridor H cubicles dado Davies Davies's decoration depictions doorway drawn duck east wall edge Egyptian excavation photograph facsimile NRP false-door figure Floral/Fruit Frieze fragments showing Green Room height Hypostyle Hall King's House Lavers's reconstruction layer Liverpool Museum lotus flowers Malkata Maru-Aten Maximum width Nefertiti North Palace North Riverside Palace North-East Court orpiment outlined painted pavement painted plaster paintwork papyrus clump papyrus flowers Pavement fragments Pendlebury Petrie Museum Petrie's pieces plaster of Paris possibly Present location Princesses panel probably royal shown sketch South Harim south wall striped frame survived Swansea Museum Throne Room tombs trace unknown Wall Paintings Water-court waterbank design west wall yellow band yellow ground