Egyptian stelae and reliefs

Egyptian relief - Cippus of Horus - Egyptian stele - Enemies of ancient Egypt - Egyptian captives
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Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base with procession of Egyptian enemies with Egyptian captives, with alternating Asiatic, Nubian and probably Libyan captives, clearly visible on the fragment are the shackles on the Asiatic and Nubian captives, each rendered with physiognomy and costume typical of his place of origin, between them palace door, 19.5 cm high, 46 cm long. Private collection

Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base with procession of Egyptian enemies with Egyptian captives, with alternating Asiatic, Nubian and probably Libyan captives, clearly visible on the fragment are the shackles on the Asiatic and Nubian captives, each rendered with physiognomy and costume typical of his place of origin, between them palace door, 19.5 cm high, 46 cm long. Private collection

Egyptian stele, Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, Egyptian stele, Third Intermediate period, 1070-712 B.C. Egyptian stele, Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, amulet for magical protection for people who have been bitten by snakes or scorpions, water would have been poured over this stela and then given to snake-bite victim to drink while reciting the magical spell, so, it’s part magic and part medicine, 8.5 cm high. Private collection

Egyptian stele, Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, Egyptian stele, Third Intermediate period, 1070-712 B.C. Egyptian stele, Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, amulet for magical protection for people who have been bitten by snakes or scorpions, water would have been poured over this stela and then given to snake-bite victim to drink while reciting the magical spell, so, it’s part magic and part medicine, 8.5 cm high. Private collection

Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, Egyptian stele, Third Intermediate period, 1070-712 B.C. Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, amulet for magical protection for people who have been bitten by snakes or scorpions, water would have been poured over this stela and then given to snake-bite victim to drink while reciting the magical spell, so, it’s part magic and part medicine, 8.5 cm high. Private collection

Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, Egyptian stele, Third Intermediate period, 1070-712 B.C. Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, amulet for magical protection for people who have been bitten by snakes or scorpions, water would have been poured over this stela and then given to snake-bite victim to drink while reciting the magical spell, so, it’s part magic and part medicine, 8.5 cm high. Private collection

Egyptian captives, Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Egyptian captives, procession of Egyptian enemies and Egyptian captives with alternating Asiatic, Nubian and probably Libyan captives, clearly visible are the shackles on the Asiatic and Nubian captives, each is rendered in raised relief with a physiognomy and costume typical of his place of origin, between them is a palace door, 19.5 cm high, 46 cm long. Private collection

Egyptian captives, Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Egyptian captives, procession of Egyptian enemies and Egyptian captives with alternating Asiatic, Nubian and probably Libyan captives, clearly visible are the shackles on the Asiatic and Nubian captives, each is rendered in raised relief with a physiognomy and costume typical of his place of origin, between them is a palace door, 19.5 cm high, 46 cm long. Private collection

Enemies of ancient Egypt, Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Enemies of ancient Egypt, procession of Egyptian enemies with Egyptian captives, with alternating Asiatic, Nubian and probably Libyan captives, clearly visible on the fragment are the shackles on the Asiatic and Nubian captives, each rendered with physiognomy and costume typical of his place of origin, between them palace door, 19.5 cm high, 46 cm long. Private collection

Enemies of ancient Egypt, Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Enemies of ancient Egypt, procession of Egyptian enemies with Egyptian captives, with alternating Asiatic, Nubian and probably Libyan captives, clearly visible on the fragment are the shackles on the Asiatic and Nubian captives, each rendered with physiognomy and costume typical of his place of origin, between them palace door, 19.5 cm high, 46 cm long. Private collection

Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base with procession of Egyptian enemies with Egyptian captives, with alternating Asiatic, Nubian and probably Libyan captives, clearly visible on the fragment are the shackles on the Asiatic and Nubian captives, each rendered with physiognomy and costume typical of his place of origin, between them palace door, 19.5 cm high, 46 cm long. Private collection

Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base with procession of Egyptian enemies with Egyptian captives, with alternating Asiatic, Nubian and probably Libyan captives, clearly visible on the fragment are the shackles on the Asiatic and Nubian captives, each rendered with physiognomy and costume typical of his place of origin, between them palace door, 19.5 cm high, 46 cm long. Private collection

Enemies of ancient Egypt, Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Enemies of ancient Egypt, procession of Egyptian enemies with Egyptian captives, with alternating Asiatic, Nubian and probably Libyan captives, clearly visible on the fragment are the shackles on the Asiatic and Nubian captives, each rendered with physiognomy and costume typical of his place of origin, between them palace door, 19.5 cm high, 46 cm long. Private collection

Enemies of ancient Egypt, Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Enemies of ancient Egypt, procession of Egyptian enemies with Egyptian captives, with alternating Asiatic, Nubian and probably Libyan captives, clearly visible on the fragment are the shackles on the Asiatic and Nubian captives, each rendered with physiognomy and costume typical of his place of origin, between them palace door, 19.5 cm high, 46 cm long. Private collection

Egyptian captives, Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Egyptian captives, procession of Egyptian enemies and Egyptian captives with alternating Asiatic, Nubian and probably Libyan captives, clearly visible are the shackles on the Asiatic and Nubian captives, each is rendered in raised relief with a physiognomy and costume typical of his place of origin, between them is a palace door, 19.5 cm high, 46 cm long. Private collection

Egyptian captives, Egyptian relief of limestone from a column base, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Egyptian captives, procession of Egyptian enemies and Egyptian captives with alternating Asiatic, Nubian and probably Libyan captives, clearly visible are the shackles on the Asiatic and Nubian captives, each is rendered in raised relief with a physiognomy and costume typical of his place of origin, between them is a palace door, 19.5 cm high, 46 cm long. Private collection

Egyptian stele, Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, Third Intermediate period, 1070-712 B.C. Egyptian stele, Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, amulet for magical protection for people who have been bitten by snakes or scorpions, water would have been poured over this stela and then given to snake-bite victim to drink while reciting the magical spell, so, it’s part magic and part medicine, 8.5 cm high. Private collection

Egyptian stele, Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, Third Intermediate period, 1070-712 B.C. Egyptian stele, Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, amulet for magical protection for people who have been bitten by snakes or scorpions, water would have been poured over this stela and then given to snake-bite victim to drink while reciting the magical spell, so, it’s part magic and part medicine, 8.5 cm high. Private collection

Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, Egyptian stele, Third Intermediate period, 1070-712 B.C. Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, amulet for magical protection for people who have been bitten by snakes or scorpions, water would have been poured over this stela and then given to snake-bite victim to drink while reciting the magical spell, so, it’s part magic and part medicine, 8.5 cm high. Private collection

Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, Egyptian stele, Third Intermediate period, 1070-712 B.C. Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, amulet for magical protection for people who have been bitten by snakes or scorpions, water would have been poured over this stela and then given to snake-bite victim to drink while reciting the magical spell, so, it’s part magic and part medicine, 8.5 cm high. Private collection

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