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Nefertiti from Berlin

REF RE000090 EAN 3336728478300

 Nefertiti from Berlin

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Nefertiti from Berlin

This bust represents Queen Nefertiti, wife of Pharaoh Akhenaton. Her name, which means "The Beautiful has come", refers to the goddess Hathor.

The amount of information available about her is inversely proportional to the fame she enjoys today. Her beauty highlights the aesthetic Amarna revolution which accompanied the religious revolution of Amenhotep IV, who became Akhenaton and proclaimed the god Aton as the only god.

The work was discovered in 1912 at Amarna, the capital of the kingdom, during excavations under the direction of the Deutsche Orient.

Reproduction in hand patinated resin

H. 27 cm - L. 13 cm - P. 19 cm
H. 1063" W. 5.12" D. 7.48" - 6.6 lbs
1912, Amarna
Material of the original
Limestone and stucco plaster
Egypt - Reign of Amenhotep IV (circa 1365-1379 B.C.)
Berlin - Staatliche Museum
Queens and kings, Egypt
Art movement
Egyptian Antiquities
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