Brooklyn Museum

Not much Greek or Roman material on display right now at the Brooklyn Museum but plenty of Egyptian stuff as well as some nice Assyrian reliefs.

Amenhotep II (circa 1426-1400 BCE)

Ashur-nasir-pal II (883-859 BCE)

Nefertiti, detail of the Wilbour Plaque (circa 1352-1336 BCE)

Relief blocks, tomb of Vizier Nespeqashuty (664-610 BCE)

Scribe statue of Amunhotep, son of Nebiry (circa 1426-1400 BCE)

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