Egyptian limestone female relief, 300-400 B.C.

Female relief with a woman's upper torso inside a deep niche, with a heavy cape wrapped around her shoulders and falling along her right arm resting on her waist. The lady has her hair tied up in a high topknot, her expression is rigid accentuated by her black eyebrows. In addition, her large, detailed ears stand out above her large eyes. Without any doubt an undaunted lady who magnificently preserves the polychromy and remains despite the centuries.


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