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Ancient Egytian Priest Statue

Dimensions: 10.5" (27 cm)
Item No. A0008
Period: Egyptian Pharaohs (3000 BC - 4th century B.C.)
Condition: New
This Item is an Identical Museum Reproduction


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Ancient Egytian Priest Statue. The statuette of the Egypetian official stands in front of a high pillar back, legs and base plate are broken off. Tetu has both hands placed on the trapezoidal apron, an attitude which is to be understood as a prayer gesture before the Deity. The vertical line of inscription mentions in a brief offering formula the Creator God Atum of Heliopolis and final title and name of the statue owner. The figure represents an impressive way in the realm of small-scale private sculpture in the 12th Dynasty. Original: State Museums Berlin – Prussian Cultural Heritage. Egypt, Middle Kingdom, 12 Dynasty, around 1850 BC, stone. Polymer museum replica on limestone base.

Polymer is a heavy and very strong type of resin material that captures perfectly the details of the casting. The advantages of polymer when compared to concrete, cast stone, and cement are that it is far less fragile and much more resistant.
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