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Item:184142936064Ancient Egyptian Polychrome Wall Painting, New Kingdom, 19th-20th dynasty, ca. 1295-1069 B.C. Size: 18 1/4 inches x 15 1/4 inches. (46.35 x 38.73) + mount. Large stele section of a painted wall fragment. Depicting Standing female figure wearing an ankle length garment with broad collar, stands in front of an altar, her right hand raised. The front panel of the altar is painted with a rearing snake. Above are four crown symbols. Restored from two pieces. Custom metal mount. Provenance:Private NYC collection, brought to USA prior to 1948, to present owner by descent. A copy of the provenance documents are included. The pictured letter of authentication is here translated: It is on the twenty fourth day of April, the year nineteen hundred and twenty nine, 1929 AD. We the honorable/ Salahaddin Sirmali....Bey Sold to The honorable/ Ezeldeen Taha Eldarir...Bey A group of ancient Egyptian antiquities. Authenticated and appraised by the ancient Egyptian expert and the head of the Egyptian antiquities house: Mr, Hossen Rashed. For the amount of three thousand Egyptian pound only. Their description as follow: - Ptolemaic limestone head for a king wearing the striated royal nemesis fronted by the cobra. It measures 23 cm high. - Egyptian limestone head for a man with remaining of painting, the back of head are missing. Roman period measuring 14 cm long. - The upper part of wooden sarcophagus lid of a lady wearing the long winged Egyptian wig, with extended winged Scarbe painted on her chest. The decorated hand are crossed on her chest. Third intermediate period measuring 80 cm long. - A Greek white marble head of a Ptolemaic king measuring 11 cm long. - Twenty pieces of tangra art figure, from ptolemaic period. Few are painted and the rest aren’t, different size and shape. - five wood panels from sarcophagus with a sunk relief of hieroglyphics inscription, different size and shape. - Four limestone sunk relief, the first one has a cartouche of Ptolemy V, measuring 24 cm wide. The second with hieroglyphics inscription measuring 31 cm wide. The third one has hieroglyphics inscription measuring 22 cm wide. The fourth sunk relief has an image of the falcon hours extending his wings with a cartouche of Ptolemy V behind it. - Two polychrome painted wall relief over guess. The first with a figure of standing falcon hours measuring 31 cm long. The second with an image of a standing women raising both hand, behind him is a shrine with a figure of a cobra. inside on top of the shrine are four fathers, two on each side measuring 46 cm high and 39 cm wide. - Twenty papyrus scroll of different size with hieroglyphics inscription. The seller/Salahaddin Sirmali....Bey The buyer/Ezeldeen Taha Eldarir...Bey The Expert and appraisal Mr/ Hossen Rashed.Condition:Over 3,000 years old -1295-1069 B.C. Amazing Subject Matter !, Material:Stone, Provenance:Ownership History Available
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Ancient Egyptian Polychrome Wall Painting New Kingdom, 19th-20th dynasty