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The Art of Akhnaton compared with Archaic Art

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1. The head of Akhnaton. From a contemporary drawing.

2. The head of a king. From an archaic statuette found by Professor Petrie at Abydos.

3. The head of Akhnaton. From a contemporary drawing.

4. The head of a prince. From an archaic tablet found by Professor Petrie at Abydos.

5. An archaic statuette found by Professor Petrie at Diospolis, showing the large thighs found in the art of Akhnaton.

Author
The Life and Times of Akhnaton
Pharaoh of Egypt
By Arthur E. P. Weigall
Publihed in 1911
Available rfrom utenberg.org
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