Ramoses and Wife Egyptian Couple Wall Hanging Relief 20WPN# 4898
**ONLY 1 AVAILABLE / THEN RETIRED**
This elegant portrait of Ramoses and Wife is from the tomb of Ramoses in the necropolis of Sheikh Abd el-Qurna. The couple is presented here in this wall relief attending a banquet. Ramoses holds a sacred bundle of the papyrus flowers. Ramoses was a high-ranking dignitary who bore the title of Governor of the Town and Vizier and lived in the time of Amenophis IV (Akhenaten) during the Egyptian New Kingdom period (ca. 1349-1333 BC).
Made from stone and fiberglass, hand painted color details, ready to hang.
Measures 20 in W x 16 in H. Weighs 4-5 lbs.
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