Egyptian Amarna Sandstone Relief of a Servant

 

Egyptian Amarna Sandstone Relief of a Servant

An ancient Egyptian Amarna sandstone sunk relief fragment depicting a male servant figure, his flesh tan for the sun, moving as part of a procession to the right, his right hand raised in an attitude of praise.

Karnak,
Regin of Akhenaten, Amarna Period.
28th Dynasty,
Ca. 1350-1334 BC.
Height: 7 14 in. (18.5 cm).

Published: Art of the Ancient World, vol. IX, 1997, no. 168.

Formerly in the collection of Jean-Marie Talleux, Grand Fort Philippe, France prior to 1995; V. S. collection, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Inv#: 6623

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