Head of a man’s statue. New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, late reign of Akhenaten, ca. 1335 B. C.

This head of an unknown man's statue is dated back to the very end of the Amarna period or
several years after it. A slight trace of uraeus on its forehead that was attached to a band or an
ampyx partially seen under the hair indicates that the model might have been one of the young
successors of King Akhenaten – Smenkhkare or Tutankhamun.

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