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ancient Egyptian sculptures

Statues and wall reliefs with Ancient Egyptian subjects. The material used is usually resin with a cement binder.

The fine arts of ancient Egypt (roughly from the 5th through 1st centuries BCE) were influenced not only by faith in a wide pantheon of gods, but also in the afterlife (which could only be attained if one was first mummified and laid to rest in a grave fully outfitted with food and other necessities in a pyramid or elsewhere).  Many significant artworks served the cult of the divine pharaoh and his family and officials and tried to ensure their immortal lives after death. Reliefs were generally low (bas-reliefs) in interiors or the commonly found sunk reliefs that were mostly found on exterior walls and for hieroglyphics and cartouches. The figures depicted on the reliefs were usually simplified, stylized, and stiff, with the figures arms held close to the body and hands closed into fists. One leg is set ahead of the other. Arms and legs are shown in profile and the torso, shoulders and eye are facing front. The relative size of figures depicted was in accordance with their importance, so the most powerful or important people appeared largest. The motifs of reliefs on the temples most often depicted the deity worshipped there accepting offerings from the pharaoh, or other scenes associated with him or her, and the illustrations were complemented with texts written in hieroglyphics. Besides statues of royalty, sculptors also made representations of high officials and even servants (having a statue of a servant or slave in one’s grave would ensure that the deceased would always be waited upon in the afterlife). Statues and reliefs were painted, and each colour conveyed specific symbolic information. Ancient Egyptian death masks are also very interesting: usually they were made from gold and precious stones were used for their eyes. Sarcophagi and vases made from stone were also typical grave products. Most sculptural work was done in stone, since Egypt suffered from a lack of wood. 
 
Many sculptures of animals have been preserved, especially from the later periods. Cats, perceived as sacred, were often represented, as well as dogs, falcons, and monkeys

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ANKH nile cross

Catalog number: SEG01

Your Price: 10.00 €

   
Material: artificial stone. Size: 57x123x15 mm; 0,1 kg.

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AMENOPHIS II

Catalog number: SEG15

Your Price: 96.00 €

   

Material: artificial stone. Size:280x210x200 mm; 5,9 kg.

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BA

Catalog number: SEG16

Your Price: 19.00 €

   

Material: artificial stone. Size: 120x215x15 mm; 0,75 kg.

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OUROBOROS, the wall decoration

Catalog number: WPQ20

Your Price: 16.00 €

   

OUROBOROS, the wall decoration. Size: 10 x 140 x 155 mm. Material: artificial stone.

The Ouroboros is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail.

This symbol is present in Ancient Egyptian iconography, as well as in Greek magical tradition and was adopted as a symbol in Gnosticism and Hermeticism, and most notably in alchemy. Via medieval alchemical tradition, the symbol entered Renaissance magic and modern symbolism

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GODDESS HATHOR

Catalog number: SEG17

Your Price: 25.00 €

   

Material: artificial stone. Size: 270 x 300 x 30 mm; 1,9 kg.

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HEAD OF SPHINX

Catalog number: SEG18

Your Price: 59.00 €

   

Material: artificial stone. Size: 260 x 240 x 200 mm; 8,4 kg.

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HORUS the hawk

Catalog number: SEG19

Your Price: 15.00 €

   

Material: artificial stone. Size: 85x85x15 mm; 0,35 kg.

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ACHNATON

Catalog number: SEG14

Your Price: 13.00 €

   

Achnaton, formerly Amenhotep IV.

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ANUBIS

Catalog number: SEG02

Your Price: 25.00 €

   
Material: artificial stone. Size: 160x255x20 mm; 1,0 kg.

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ANUBIS WITH THE SCALE

Catalog number: SEG04

Your Price: 17.00 €

   
Material: artificial stone. Size: 130x145x10 mm; 0,45 kg.

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COLOURED ANUBIS

Catalog number: SEG03

Your Price: 50.00 €

   

Material: artificial stone. Size: 160x255x20 mm; 1,0 kg.

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NEFERTARI

Catalog number: SEG20

Your Price: 26.00 €

   

Material: artificial stone. Size: 120x190x20 mm; 0,60 kg.

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OSIRIS

Catalog number: SEG21

Your Price: 60.00 €

   

Material: artificial stone. Size: 120x450x245 mm.

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THE ROSETTA STONE

Catalog number: SEG22

Your Price: 38.00 €

   

Material: artificial stone. Size: 240x300x15 mm; 1,15 kg.

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RELIEF OF THRONE OF THUTMOS III

Catalog number: SEG13

Your Price: 21.00 €

   

Material: artificial stone. Size: 190x140x20 mm; 0,7.

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GODDESS MAAT

Catalog number: SEG05

Your Price: 19.00 €

   

Material: artificial stone. Size: 80x140x15 mm; 0,25 kg.

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SCARABEUS ON THE BOAT

Catalog number: SEG23

Your Price: 20.00 €

   

Material: artificial stone. Size:140x130x20 mm; 0,45 kg.

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HORUS

Catalog number: SEG24

Your Price: 14.00 €

   
Material: artificial stone. Size: 45x145x30 mm; 0,17 kg.

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