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Objects for Eternity: Egyptian Antiquities from the W. Arnold Meijer…

by Carol Andrews

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This volume publishes more than 200 objects from the private collections of W Arnold Meijer, making them available for the first time to the general public. Accompanying texts by a team of renowned scholars explain in an exemplary manner how ancient Egyptian artists worked stone, wood, glass, bronze, and other materials into unique pieces of art. Other texts tell about the function and use of these objects in everyday life and link their imagery to the mythology and the gods and goddesses of ancient Egypt.… (more)
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This volume publishes more than 200 objects from the private collections of W Arnold Meijer, making them available for the first time to the general public. Accompanying texts by a team of renowned scholars explain in an exemplary manner how ancient Egyptian artists worked stone, wood, glass, bronze, and other materials into unique pieces of art. Other texts tell about the function and use of these objects in everyday life and link their imagery to the mythology and the gods and goddesses of ancient Egypt.

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