art style created during the reign of Akhenaton which features a more relaxed figure style than in Old Kingdom art.
a column that is not freestanding but attached to a wall.
Egyptian writing using symbols or pictures as characters
a hall in an Egyptian temple that has a roof supported by a dense thicker of columns
a Latin expression that means something is in its original location
the soul, or spiritual essence, of a human being that either ascends to heaven or can live in an Egyptian statue itself.
Arabic for "bench", a low flat-roofed Egyptian tomb with sides sloping down to the ground.
literally, a "city of the dead", a large burial area.
a tall aquatic plant used as a writing surface in ancient Egypt.
a king of ancient Egypt
a monumental gateway to an Egyptian temple marked by two flat, sloping walls between which is a smaller entrance.
a column that is cut away from rock, but has no support function.
a stone coffin
a vault (arch) formed by layers of stone that gradually grow closer together as the rise until they eventually meet.
a type of brick work construction that uses rough, massive blocks of stone piled one atop the other without mortar.
a painting technique that involves applying water-based paint onto a freshly plastered wall. the paint forms a bond with the plaster that is durable and long-lasting.
a rectangular audience hall in Aegean art that has a two-column porch and four columns around a central air well.
french, "to push back", a type of metal relief sculpture in which the back side of a plate is hammered to form a raised relief on the front.