Two models (1:16 scale) of agricultural implements found in the Theban necropolis

Made:
2000-1500 BCE
maker:
Unknown

Two models (1:16 scale) of agricultural implements found in the Theban necropolis, XVI 11th Dynasty, 2000-1500 BC. Mounted together on a plaster base.

These models, made of copper, were reproduced from digging implements taken from the Theban Necropolis. The period was that of the XVIIth Dynasty, about 2000-1500B.C.

Details

Category:
Agricultural Engineering
Object Number:
1928-648
Materials:
copper (alloy), pine (wood), plaster
Measurements:
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overall (as displayed): 135 mm x 315 mm x 180 mm, 0.989 kg
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type:
model - representation
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Lucas, A
status:
Permanent collection

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