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Artifacts from West Asia and Egypt

"Artifacts from West Asia and Egypt"

Toyokan Room 3  July 31, 2018 (Tue) - October 21, 2018 (Sun)

  
Lid, With designs in inlaid glass, New Kingdom (18th dynasty), ca. 1550–1292 BC (Gift of Mr. Momose Osamu and Mrs. Momose Fumiko)

This part intrduces artifacts from West Asia and Egypt, known as the cradle of the earliest civilization.

Current exhibit includes:
Fragment of a Relief, Excavated in Tell el-Amarna, Egypt, New Kingdom (18th dynasty; the reign of Akhenaten), ca. 1351–1334 BC (Gift of the University of Pennsylvania)
Lid, With designs in inlaid glass,
New Kingdom (18th dynasty), ca. 1550–1292 BC (Gift of Mr. Momose Osamu and Mrs. Momose Fumiko)
Oinochoe (Wine Pitcher),
Excavated in Toscana or Lazio, Italy, 6th century BC (Gift of National Museum of Eastern Art, Italy)
Amphora,
Excavated in Campania, Italy, 4th century BC (Gift of National Museum of Eastern Art, Italy)
Amphoriskos,
Excavated in Iraq or Syria, Ca. 15th–14th century BC (Private collection)
Figurine,
Late Helladic III, ca. 14th–13th century BC (Gift of Mr. Tanimura Keisuke)
Jug,
Late Cypriot II, ca. 15th century BC (Gift of Mr. Michael Xilas and Mrs. Vicky Xilas
Statue of Lion-headed Goddess Sakhmet,
Excavated at Thebes, Egypt, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, 16th–14th century BC