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Famous Kings and Queens of Egypt

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Complete 10 pages APA formatted article: Famous Kings and Queens of Egypt. Location played a significant role in the creation and stability of this culture as the Egyptian people remained protected behind uninhabitable deserts and sustained by the yearly flooding of the Nile River, which brought growth and renewal to their lands. As a result, the Egyptians experienced a period of particular artistic styles and conventions that remained relatively unchanged for nearly 3,000 years. By examining some of the art left behind, we are able to learn a great deal about what was important to these people, the structure of their culture and the activities they engaged in. Analysis of art such as the Palette of King Narmer (approximately 3000 BC), the Bursheh Procession (approximately 2000 BC) and the statue of Haremhab (Dynasty 18, 1336-1323 BC) reveals not only how much the culture managed to remain relatively unchanged, but also much about how people lived within this culture. The Palette of Narmer presents a continuous telling of the story of Narmer’s unification of Upper and Lower Egypt. While there is contention whether Narmer or Menes founded the first Egyptian dynasty, there is some speculation that these names referred to the same individual, but little evidence exists for the name Meneswhile the name Narmer is found all over ancient Egypt and the Mesopotamian valley (Robins, 1997). The palette illustrates a great deal of activity and sophistication of thought. Narmer’s presence, presented in frontality form, overshadows that of those who surround him in size and positioning. His dominance is emphasized on the first side as his figure takes up most of the available space. The king is seen wearing the crown of upper Egypt and ready to smash in the head of a victim whom he holds by the hair and who kneels at his feet. The king is also followed by a servant carrying his sandals, bringing attention to the fact that the king is standing barefoot. “He is thus walking on sacred ground and is barefoot out of respect for the gods and goddesses, in order to&nbsp.perform the ritual act of execution.


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