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Lute player

Lute player
This small decorative plaque of bronze probably embellished a column of one of the Theban temples; it was brought back from Egypt by Jean Looze, a participant in the Napoleonic Expedition of 1798. It depicts a lute player standing on a papyrus skiff. This scene is well known from painted walls of tombs and toilette objects and can even be found in the form of an amulet. This object dates from the reign of Tutankhamun and the style shows the influence of Amarna ar...t: the pose of the body of the player, wrapped in a pleated garment and with a prominent belly, is very characteristic of the age of Akhenaten.
Present location KMKG - MRAH [07/003] BRUSSELS
Inventory number E.2244
Dating 18TH DYNASTY
Archaeological Site UNKNOWN
Category UNSPECIFIED
Material BRONZE
Technique CASTING
Height 19 cm
Bibliography•(M. Werbrouck,) Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Bruxelles. Département égyptien, Album, Bruxelles 1934, pl. 64
•Koninklijke Musea voor Kunst en Geschiedenis te Brussel. Oudheid, het Verre Oosten, Volkenkunde - Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire. Antiquités, Extrême-Orient, Ethnographie, Bruxelles 1958, Égypte nº 21
•F. Lefebvre et B. Van Rinsveld, L'Égypte. Des Pharaons aux Coptes, Bruxelles 1990, 3, 109
•Van Nijl tot Schelde - Du Nil à l'Escaut (Exposition), Bruxelles 1991, 135-137 n° 131
•W. Decker et M. Herb, Bildatlas zum Sport im Alten Ägypten, Leyde 1994, I 807 S. 4.6.
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