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By Melinda K. Hartwig

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A spouse to historic Egyptian artwork offers a accomplished selection of unique essays exploring key techniques, severe discourses, and theories that form the self-discipline of historic Egyptian art.

* beneficial properties contributions from most sensible students of their respective fields of craftsmanship in relation to historical Egyptian artwork * presents overviews of earlier and current scholarship and indicates new avenues to stimulate debate and make allowance for severe readings of person paintings works * Explores subject matters and themes reminiscent of methodological methods, transmission of Egyptian artwork and its connections with different cultures, historical reception, expertise and interpretation, * offers a accomplished synthesis on a self-discipline that has assorted to the level that it now comprises matters starting from gender thought to 'X-ray fluorescence' and 'image-based interpretations platforms'

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21) Queen Amanishakheto Beg. N. 6 King Natakamani and Beg. N. 22 Queen Amanitore Beg. N 1 (Sotakarora) ? (Amanitaraqide) (Beg. 16) Amanakhereqerem ? second quarter of third century BCE last third of third century BCE end of third century BCE first third of second century BCE second half of second century BCE early first century BCE last third of first century BCE late first century BCE second half of first century AD end of first century AD end of first century AD Chronology of Kushite Rulers Name of Ruler Burial Date Amanitenamomide Queen Amanikhatashan Tarekeniwala Ariteneyesebokhe Takideamani (Arayesebokhe) Teqorideamani (Tamelordeamani) Yesebokheamani Queen, name unknown Queen, name unknown Beg.

Although some categories of artifacts, such as block statues of the first millennium BCE, can seem rather stereotyped, little material with any aesthetic pretension that survives from Egyptian antiquity is mass-produced. , Taylor (2010), nos. 149, 155). , Bagley (2008), 118–119).

El-Kurru Tumulus; Ku. = el-Kurru; Nu. = Nuri; Bar. = Gebel Barkal; Beg. = Begarawiya Name of Ruler Burial Date Pre-Dynasty 25 Ruler A Ruler B Ruler C Ruler D Ruler E Alara Ku. Tum. 1 Ku. Tum. 2 Ku. Tum. 6 Ku. 14 Ku. 11 (Ku. 9) ca. 885–835 BCE ca. 865–825 BCE ca. 845–815 BCE ca. 825–805 BCE ca. 805–795 BCE ca. 785–765 BCE Early Napatan Kings/Kings of Dynasty 25 Kashta (Ku. 8) Piankhi (Piye) Ku. 17 Shabako Ku. 15 Shebitqo Ku. 18 Taharqa Nu. 1 Tanwetamani Ku. 16 ca. 765–753 BCE ca. 753–722 BCE ca.

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