High density resin figures with metallic baths (bronze, copper, zinc, etc).
Measurements: Width: 15 cm. Depth: 13 cm. Height: 22 cm.
Decorative elements of great beauty and detail.
Sculptural reproduction of the scene depicted on the back of Tutankhamun’s throne.
Among the treasure of Tutankhamun’s tomb was found a wooden throne covered with gold, silver and glass, depicting the young king with his Great Royal Wife, Queen Anjesenamon, who is leaning towards her husband in a protective and affectionate manner. Presiding over the scene is the solar disc Aton.
Tutankhamun (c. 1342-c. 1325 BC), was a pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty (16th-13th century BC). The son and successor of King Akhenaten, he ascended the throne at the age of nine and died at the age of eighteen. In his brief reign he restored the cult of the traditional Egyptian pantheon, which had been suppressed by his father in favour of the cult of the solar disc, Aten. His tomb was discovered almost intact by the English archaeologist Howard Carter in 1922.
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