The Pair Statue of Menkaure and His Queen, Khamerenebty II, was sculptured
Between 2548-2530 B.C.E. This piece of art work was found in the lower temple of Mycerinus at Giza. The modeled surface gives the sculpture a naturalistic or realistic form. It is an Egyptian piece of work carved out of stone. Stone was a popular material to use during this time period. Although, the artist is unknown, he has done a great job carving Menkaure as a classic man during this time period. This stone sculpture represents the King and Queen entering into the eternal life after death. …
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