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Reproduction Egyptian dress

Reproduction Egyptian dress

Beadnet Dress   c.2551-2528 BCE  Egyptian Old Kingdom, Dynasty IV

Beadnet Dress c.2551-2528 BCE Egyptian Old Kingdom, Dynasty IV

Egypt, Art History, Jewellery,

Egypt, Art History, Jewellery,

Beadnet dress | Egyptian Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4, reign of Khufu |2551–2528 B.C.    Depictions of women in Egyptian art occasionally feature garments decorated with an overall lozenge pattern. This design is believed to represent beadwork, which was either sewn onto a linen dress or worked into a separate net worn over the linen. This beadnet dress is the earliest surviving example of such a garment. It has been painstakingly reassembled from approximately seven thousand beads found in an…

Beadnet dress | Egyptian Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4, reign of Khufu |2551–2528 B.C. Depictions of women in Egyptian art occasionally feature garments decorated with an overall lozenge pattern. This design is believed to represent beadwork, which was either sewn onto a linen dress or worked into a separate net worn over the linen. This beadnet dress is the earliest surviving example of such a garment. It has been painstakingly reassembled from approximately seven thousand beads found in an…

Triad of Menkaure (between the goddess Hathor and the goddess protecting the "nome" [district] of Cynopolis – 4th dynasty (c. 2600-2480 BC) Cairo, Egyptian Museum

Triad of Menkaure (between the goddess Hathor and the goddess protecting the "nome" [district] of Cynopolis – 4th dynasty (c. 2600-2480 BC) Cairo, Egyptian Museum

Nebamun Hunting Birds – fragment of a wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun Drah Abu el-Neggah, Valley of the Nobles, Thebes-West (18th Dynasty: c. 1400-1350 BC) London, British Museum

Nebamun Hunting Birds – fragment of a wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun Drah Abu el-Neggah, Valley of the Nobles, Thebes-West (18th Dynasty: c. 1400-1350 BC) London, British Museum

Statues of Rahotep and Nofret – beginning of the 4th Dynasty (c. 2600 BC) painted limestone from the mastaba of Rahotep, Maydum Cairo, Egyptian Museum

Statues of Rahotep and Nofret – beginning of the 4th Dynasty (c. 2600 BC) painted limestone from the mastaba of Rahotep, Maydum Cairo, Egyptian Museum

Tutankhamen with His Queen Ankhesenamen – detail on the back of the throne of King Tutankhamen, from the tomb of Tutenkhamen, Valley of the Kings (c. 1355-1342 BC) carved wood covered with gold and inlaid with faience, glass paste, semiprecious stones and silver Cairo, Egyptian Museum

Tutankhamen with His Queen Ankhesenamen – detail on the back of the throne of King Tutankhamen, from the tomb of Tutenkhamen, Valley of the Kings (c. 1355-1342 BC) carved wood covered with gold and inlaid with faience, glass paste, semiprecious stones and silver Cairo, Egyptian Museum

Two Sculptors Working on a Statue – Saqqara (5th Dynasty: c. 2510-2460 BC) painted stone relief Cairo, Egyptian Museum

Two Sculptors Working on a Statue – Saqqara (5th Dynasty: c. 2510-2460 BC) painted stone relief Cairo, Egyptian Museum

Banquet Scene – Fragment of a wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun, Thebes (18th Dynasty: c. 1400-1350 BC) London, British Museum

Banquet Scene – Fragment of a wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun, Thebes (18th Dynasty: c. 1400-1350 BC) London, British Museum

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