Re-Birth of an Egyptian Statue: Unfolding a Network through Space and Time

  • Nika V. Lavrentyeva (Author)

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Abstract

This article focuses on the restoration of the cast of a Middle Kingdom statue and how it became the catalyst for the unfolding of a network, connecting casts from the collection of the Pushkin Museum that represent sculptural portraits of Amenemhat III and nobles of the Middle Kingdom bearing the name Amenemhat. In attributing the portrait of Amenemhat III from his collection, Vladimir Golenischev had to examine a significant amount of material, primarily monuments that formed the ‘background’ of this work. The casts come from his personal collection and, by comparing them with each other and with originals, we can create a more accurate picture not only of Golenischev’s range of interests as collector, but also of his work methods.

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2017-09-04
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