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File:PortraitStudyOfAkhenaten-ThutmoseWorkshop EgyptianMuseumBerlin.png

Description Plaster portrait study thought to be of the pharoah Ahkenaten (or possibly his successor Smenkhkare). Originally discovered within the workshop of the royal sculptor Thutmose at Amarna, now part of the Ägyptisches Museum collection in Berlin.
Date 8 November 2006
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Author Keith Schengili-Roberts
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