Fluted silver drinking vessel, one of a collection of silver objects presented by Amenemhat II to the temple at Tod, south of Luxor. - stock photo
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Fluted silver drinking vessel, one of a collection of silver objects presented by Amenemhat II to the temple at Tod, south of Luxor.

Fluted silver drinking vessel, one of a collection of silver objects presented by Amenemhat II to the temple at Tod, south of Luxor. The style of the vessel is thought to have been inspired by Cretan or Western Asian influences. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: Middle Kingdom, XIIth Dynasty. Place of Origin: Luxor, Tod 1901 - 1897 BC. Material Size: Silver h = 11 cm. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Egyptian Museum, Cairo . Location: 36A.

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Heritage Images / Werner Forman Archive 2

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2597 x 2622 pixels

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9 x 9 inches / 22 x 22 cm

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