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Pharaoh Akhenaten Offering to Aten the Sun Wall Sculpture
1370 B.C., Egyptian Museum, Cairo
Lifting an offering in cupped palms to the Sun God, Aten, the Pharaoh (also called Amenhotep IV) stands tall in this mesmerizing wall sculpture from the respected collection of Cairo's Egyptian Museum. Our Design Toscano replica egyptian collectible for your wall is cast in quality designer resin and hand-painted in the muted tones of Egypt.

6"Wx1"Dx10"H. 2 lbs.
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Pharaoh Akhenaten Offering to Aten the Sun Wall Sculpture
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Egyptian Fresco Fragment I have this one and the others' from this manufactory and they are all wonderful. They are very detailed and the coloring is subtle and very pleasing. I took mine and coated them with a layer of muddy water, let it dry and carefully brushed off 90% of the mud finish. Dusty looking, especially in the crevasses, they look like authentic pieces, with a dusty dug up finish bespeaking of the Egyptian Temples and tombs. October 12, 2013
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