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Accession_Number 13.10.14
adlib_title Egyptian relief plaque
Shape Plaque
Shape_description Flat rectangular votive plaque (top slightly rounded) with naked figure in relief.
Material Terracotta
Fabric Egyptian
Fabric_description Coarse, colour discrepancy at the botton of the plaque with a black core.
Munsell_color 5YR 6/5
Decoration Naked standing female in relief. The figure has short hair, fastened up, broad shoulders, arms close to her sides, and legs together.
Inscriptions
Condition Intact, chipped and worn. Missing part of the top right and possibly part of the bottom (a plinth?), near the feet.
Technique/Style Relief
Provenance Salamis, Cyprus
Period Late Kingdom
Date 6 c. or later
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Artist
Attribution
Image
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Front view of terracotta votive plaque displaying naked female figure.
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Front view of votive plaque displaying naked female figure.
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2007.12.0045.jpg
Front view of votive plaque depicting naked female figure.
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2007.12.0046.jpg
View of back of terracotta plaque.
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Front view of terracotta votive plaque displaying naked female figure.
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Top view of a votive plaque from Salamis, Cyprus, showing a nude female figure.
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2008.99.0100.jpg
Top view of a Cypriote votive plaque, showing a nude female figure.
Comparanda BM nos. B 161-162 (from Rhodes)
Bibliography
Archive_Ref reference 1
reference 2
Beazley_DB
Height 16.6
Diameters Max. 8.1
Handle_height
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Location Myth and religion
Edited_by Jessica; Alexandra; Kinsey
Date_edited 25.06.2003; 20.08.2004; 11.01.2006
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