Resin reproduction of two statues: Scribe Nebmeroutef (first photos), New Empire (Egypt) and Scribe Iay, Chief of the Treasure They were manufactured by the ATELIERS D’ART DES MUSÉES NATIONAUX FRANCAIS, cast of the RMN - Grand Palais, hallmark on the pieces. Place of storage of the originals: Paris, Louvre Museum
Scribe Nebmeroutef, dimensions (cm): Height: 13 × Length: 7 × Depth: 6 - Weight: 0.300 kg
Origin and date: around 1370 BC, Egypt, 1292 to 1225 BC
Description: Nebmeroutef and the monkey Thot, god of writing and patron of scribes.
Scribe Iay, Chief of the Treasure - Dimensions (cm): Height: 17 × Length: 9 × Depth: 9 - Weight: 0.900 kg
Origin and date: Around 1929-1843 BC
Description: Statue of Chief of the Treasure The first scribe representations date back to the 4th Dynasty, around 2620 - 2500 BC; they are princes of royal blood, then gradually the officials will adopt this position. Their patron is Thot.
Slight signs of wear and use; see the photographs carefully for a detailed description of the items.
- N° di oggetti
- Riproduzione ufficiale di 2 statue, uno scriba Iay, capo del tesoro e uno scriba Nebmeroutef
- Produttore / Marchio
- ATELIERS D’ART DES MUSÉES NATIONAUX FRANCAIS
- Periodo stimato
- Intorno al 1929-1843 a.C. D.C. e intorno al 1370 a.C. J.-C.
- Paese d’origine
- In buone condizioni - usato, con piccoli segni dell’età.
- 17×9×9 cm
- 1.2 kg