Bas-relief. Geese of Meidum left. 160x56cm

Bas-relief. Geese of Meidum left. 160x56cm

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Decorative polychrome relief realized in reconstituted marble (marble dust and cronolite) with patina of aging, inspired in the universal art.

Relief mounted on a wood frame.

The measures includes the frame.

The famous painting of Meidum geese was part of a scene of hunting birds with red painted stucco in the mastaba of Nefermaat and his spouse Atet. Nefermaat was son and vizier of Sneferu, first Pharaoh of the fourth dynasty. The mastaba was discovered by Auguste Mariette in 1871 and studied by Petrie. The frieze of the geese was in the chapel of Atet.

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