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Fig. 1. Pehor come sacerdote fa offerte a Mut. Fig. 2.  Il medesimo come re offre ad Amon-re [Amon] e a Scions. Fig. 3. Pisciam come sacerdote fa offerte ad Amon-re  e a Scions. Fig. 4. Frammento di un gruppo di nemici percossi da Sciscionk [Shoshenq I].

Image ID: 425583

Fig. 1. Pehor come sacerdote fa offerte a Mut. Fig. 2. Il medesimo come re offre ad Amon-re [Amon] e a Scions. Fig. 3. ... (1832-1844)

Image Details

Image Title

:  Fig. 1. Pehor come sacerdote fa offerte a Mut. Fig. 2. Il medesimo come re offre ad Amon-re [Amon] e a Scions. Fig. 3. Pisciam come sacerdote fa offerte ad Amon-re e a Scions. Fig. 4. Frammento di un gruppo di nemici percossi da Sciscionk [Shoshenq I].

Creator(s)

: Lasinio, Carlo, 1757-1839 -- Engraver
Angelelli, Giuseppe, 1803-1848 -- Artist
Cherubini, Salvador -- Artist
Rosellini, Gaetano -- Artist

Additional Name(s)

: Rosellini, Ippolito, 1800-1843 -- Author

Medium

: Lithographs

Specific Material Type

: Print

Item Physical Description

: Four images on one page.

Item/Page/Plate

: Pl. 147 M.R.

Notes

: Keywords; Shoshenq I, King of Egypt; Mut (Egyptian deity); Amon ithyphallic; Montu (Egyptian deity).

Source

: I monumenti dell'Egitto e della Nubia disegnati dalla spedizione scientifico-letteraria toscana in Egitto; distribuiti in ordine di materie interpretati ed illustrati dal dottore Ippolito Rosellini.

Source Description

: 3 vol. in 2

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Asian and Middle Eastern Division

Catalog Call Number

: *OBKG+++ (Rosellini I. I monumenti dell' Egitto e della Nubia)

Digital ID

: 425583

Record ID

: 102640

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 9-29-2011

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