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King Akhenaton, Nefertiti and Daughters Stele Wall Sculpture
c. 1350 B.C., Agyptiches Museum, Berlin
Aten the Sun God shines down on the royal family in a candid domestic scene where the king, queen and their two daughters sit at table. This carved tablet, called a stele, replicates the original museum artwork in cold-cast resin before being hand-painted in the rich colors of the Egyptian palette.

12"Wx½"Dx8"H. 1 lb.
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Nice! Nice, interesting item for those with select interests. June 28, 2014
Temple Fragment I highly recommend this piece! It has great detail and subtle coloration. It is heavy and substantial. July 1, 2013
An excellent museum replica! This stele is a perfect replica of the original on display at the ��gyptisches Museum in Berlin. Akhenaton dates from 1350 BCE. and this wall sculpture makes an excellent grouping with other Toscano Egyptian theme plaques. I am very pleased with it and highly recommend it to other Egyptophiles. June 11, 2013
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