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Amarna Period

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Evoy's AP Art History Lectures: The New Kingdom and Amarna Period

Early New Kingdom Egypt and the Amarna Period Marcos de Niza Art History.

Egypt lecture, Amarna period and beyond

This is my last lecture on ancient Egypt. We meet Akhenaton, the pharaoh who tried to transform Egypt's religion and artistic conventions.

Art History presentation, amarna period

Forgive me for the mispronunciations, this is for a art history project. There are so many dates out there for this period of time, so the dates are approximations.

EGYPT 294 -ART of ANCIENT EGYPT IV *AMARNA Period* (by Egyptahotep)

The Art during AMARNA Period, During Akhenaten's reign, the artistic style had a sudden transition from the traditional Egyptian style of portraying people with ideal, perfect physiques, to...

Egypt - Amarna Period Art

Artwork from Egypt's Amarna period.

Akhenaten and the Amarna Style (Ancient Art Podcast 21)

In episode 21, we scratch the surface of one of the most interesting periods from Ancient Egypt, the reign of Pharaoh Akhenaten. We explore the radical social transformations during his reign...

Egypt's Amarna Period

King Tut's tomb described within the historical context of Egypt's infamous Amarna Period and the controversial pharaoh Akhenaten.

Egyptian Art - 7 New Kingdom: Amarna Period

Seventh video about the Egyptian Art serie. Any doubt? Send me a message. Land of the Art blog: http://landoftheart.blogspot.com.es/ Land of the Art in facebook: https://www.facebook.com/landofthe...

Amarna - Egypt's Ancient City of Akhetatan

Amarna (commonly known as el-Amarna or as Tell el-Amarna) (Arabic: العمارنة al-'amārnah‎) is an extensive Egyptian archaeological site that represents the remains of the capital...

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Ancient Origins

Ancient Origins
Thu, 05 Mar 2015 11:25:22 -0800

A colorfully painted tomb dating to Egypt's New Kingdom of the 18th Dynasty has been discovered in Luxor. Called the 'Tomb of Amenhotep', experts say it belonged to a nobleman and temple guardian for the Egyptian deity Amun. The highly decorated tomb ...

Ancient Origins

Ancient Origins
Tue, 20 Jan 2015 04:14:39 -0800

The Amarna period, roughly 1353-1336 BCE, introduced a new form of art that completely contradicted what was known and revered in the Egyptian culture. The pharaoh Amenhotep IV not only changed his name from Amenhotep to Akhenaten, and the ...
Popular Archaeology
Thu, 17 Jul 2014 12:41:15 -0700

The surface pottery is appropriate to the Amarna period. In 2003 a third cemetery was discovered on the east side of a narrow wadi which runs back into the low escarpment behind tomb 25 of the South Tombs group. In 2004 two further cemeteries likely to ...

Daily Mail

Daily Mail
Thu, 24 Jul 2014 05:10:30 -0700

It took 10 years to record and document the numerous artefacts found buried with the young king, and these items were sent to various museums around the world. The latest exhibition at Oxford's Ashmolean Museum curates many related sculptures, ...
Ancient Origins
Wed, 05 Nov 2014 15:07:32 -0800

... recognize Manetho's Osarseph story as the events of the Amarna religious revolution, first remembered orally and later set down in writing: “… a number of later independent historians, including Manetho, date Moses and the bondage to the Amarna ...

Ahram Online

Ahram Online
Thu, 13 Nov 2014 21:26:15 -0800

It has often been thought that an abnormality caused by a genetically inherited disease such as Marfan Syndrome was the reason for the strangely elongated and feminine appearance of the king in the art of the Amarna Period. But the scan revealed no ...

Discovery News

Discovery News
Fri, 21 Nov 2014 13:19:35 -0800

Spanish archaeologists digging in Egypt have unearthed a female mummy still wearing her jewels. The mummy was discovered in the necropolis below the temple of Pharaoh Thutmosis III (1490-1436 B.C.), on the west bank of the Nile in Luxor (southern ...
Wed, 17 Sep 2014 16:16:01 -0700

Ancients: They're just like us! Archeologists have discovered the remains of an Egyptian woman from around the time of 1335 B.C. whose hair was styled with more than 70 extensions. No word whether her hairdresser took her secret to the grave ...

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