The Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt

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LIST OF FIGURES
1. Paintings on pottery. ( Smith, Sculpture and Painting, figure 44) 13
2. Hierakonpolis wall-painting, detail ( J. E. Quibell , Hierakonpolis, ii, plate LXXV) 15
3. Carved palette ( Smith, Sculpture and Painting, figure 27) 16
4. Scorpion mace-head ( Smith, Sculpture and Painting, figure 30) 17
5. Confronted animals, including a Middle Kingdom example at Meir with man standing on long-necked monsters ( Smith, Sculpture and Painting, figure 33) 19
6. Abydos temple ( W. M. F. Petrie, Abydos, II, plate L) 22
7. (A) Abydos tomb of Merneith; (B) Saqqara, tomb attributed to Merneith ( Lauer, B.I.F.A.O., 55 ( 1955), plate IV) 25
8. Saqqara, tomb of Hesy-ra ( Reisner, Tomb Development, figure 59) 36
9. Figure of Hesy-ra ( Smith, Sculpture and Painting, figure 103) 36
10. Saqqara, chapel of Kha-haw-sokar ( Reisnet , Tomb Development, figure 158) 37
11. Dahshur, offering place of Bent Pyramid. (A) Suggested original form; (B) with later additions (plans by Herbert Ricke) 40
12. Dahshur, Valley Temple of Bent Pyramid (as restored by Herbert Ricke) 40
13. Dahshur, Valley Temple of Bent Pyramid, plan ( Herbert Ricke) 41
14. Chapel of Atet ( Smith, J.E.A., 23 ( 1937), p. 20, figure 2) 43
15. Medum, mastaba of Nefermaat and Atet ( Reisner, Tomb Development, figure 117) 44
16. Atet's children with pets ( Smith, Sculpture and Painting, figure 225a) 45
17. Restoration of painting in Atet's outer corridot ( Smith, Sculpture and Painting, figure 61) 45
18. Giza, reconstruction of original position of furniture in Hetep-heres tomb ( Reisner and Smith, Giza Necropolis, 11, figure 20) 48
19. Restored inlaid chair of Queen Hetep-heres ( Reisner and Smith, Giza Necropolis, II, figure 32) 49
20. Restored lid of chest of Queen Hetep-heres ( Reisner and Smith, Giza Necropolis, II, figure 40) 49
21. Old Kingdom decorative patterns. (A) Sahura rosette ( L. Borchardt, Das Grabdenkmal des Kdnigs Sahu-re, II, plate 44); (B) G 2416 rosette (author's drawing); (c) Hetep-heres bracelet and footboard of bed ( Smith, Sculpture and Painting, figure 57) 51
22. Plant forms. (A) and (8) Atet painting; (c) Wepemnofret hieroglyph; (D) Nofret crown ( L. Borchardt, Statuen und Statuetten, 1, p. 5); (E) Sahura hunting scene ( L. Borchardt , Das Grabdenkmal des Königs Sahu-re, 11, plate 17); (F) and (G) Chephren statues ( Smith, Sculpture and Painting, figure 11) 52
23. Giza, reconstruction of Cheops Temple ( Ricke, Bemerkungen, II, figure 13) 54
24. Giza, area cast of Cheops Pyramid (author's drawing) 55
25. Giza, general plan ( Reisner, Giza Necropolis, 1, map 1) 57
26. Giza, Chephren pyramid and valley temples ( U. Hölscher, Das Grabdenkmal des Königs Chephren,, plate III) 58
27. South Saqqara, funerary monument of Shepseskaf ( Ricke, Bemerkungen, II, figure 25) 59
28. Radedef and his wife ( Smith, Sculpture and Painting, figure 10) 62
29. Saqqara, Weserkaf Temple, reconstruction ( Ricke, Bemerkungen, II, figure 27) 68
30. Saqqara, Weserkaf Temple, plan ( Annales, 53 ( 1954), plate III) 69
31. Saqqara, Weserkaf Temple, orchard scene (author's drawing) 70
32. Saqqara, Weserkaf Temple, boating scene (author's drawing) 71
33. Abusir, pyramid complex of Sahura ( I. E. S. Edwards , The Pyramids of Egypt, figure 21) 72
34. Abu Gurob Sun Temple, plan ( A. Badawy, A History of Egyptian Architecture, I, figure 83) 73
35. Abu Gurob Sun Temple, reconstruction (op. cit, figure 85) 74
36. South Saqqara, pyramid complex of Pepy II, plan ( G. Jéquier, Le Monument funéraire de Pepy II, III, plate I) 79

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