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The Younger Memnon
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http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00017/AN00017667_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00037/AN00037561_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00104/AN00104946_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00381/AN00381308_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00394/AN00394293_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00558/AN00558605_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00586/AN00586056_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00586/AN00586059_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00586/AN00586062_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00586/AN00586063_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00590/AN00590764_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00604/AN00604787_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00604/AN00604792_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00604/AN00604805_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00608/AN00608989_001_l.jpg, http://www.britishmuseum.org/collectionimages/AN00895/AN00895929_001_l.jpg
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good (incomplete - lower body and legs lost)
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For the connection of the statue with Shelley's sonnet see John Rodenbeck ‘Travelers from an Antique Land: Shelley’s Inspiration for “Ozymandias”’, in Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics, No. 24, Archaeology of Literature: Tracing the Old in the New (Department of English and Comparative Literature, American University in Cairo and American University in Cairo Press, 2004), pp. 121-148., PM II (2): p.436 Texts: Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions Vol 2 p667; HTBM Part 9: Plate V History and restoration: Leblanc and Esmoingt, Memnonia 10 (1999), 79-100, with plates including a photomontage of EA19 on its base in the Ramesseum. Nicholson and Shaw, Ancient Egyptian Materials and Technology (Cambridge 2000), p. 36; N. Strudwick, Masterpieces of Ancient Egypt, London 2006, pp. 202-3.
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Acquisition (From) :: Burckhardt, Johann Ludwig to The British Museum ::, Acquisition (From) :: Salt, Henry to The British Museum ::, Acquisition date :: 1817 ::, Associated Person (Depicted - II) :: Ramses II ::, Associated Person (Named and Portrayed in Inscription) :: Ramses II ::, Associated Person (Named in Inscription) :: Amun-Ra ::, Bibliograpic reference :: MacGregor 2010 cat.20 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Strudwick N 2006 pp.202-203 ::, Consists of :: granite ::, Dimension Height :: 266.80cm :: max, Dimension Width :: 203.30cm :: max;across shoulders, Found (in) :: Ramesseum ::, Found/Excavated/Collected (by) :: Belzoni, Giovanni Battista ::, Inscription note :: Vertical registers of fine relief hieroglyphs., Located in gallery :: G4/B9 :: 21 Dec 2009, Object type :: statue ::, Production Period / Culture :: 19th Dynasty ::
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Head and upper body of pink/grey granite monumental statue of Ramses II (one of a pair placed before the door of the Ramesseum) wearing nemes head-cloth and circlet of uraei (about half now lost), the sculptor has exploited the bichrome nature of the stone to emphasise the division between body and face; the dorsal pillar is inscribed with vertical registers of hieroglyphs - giving the name and titles of the king and part of a dedication to Amun-Ra; in 1817 it was noted that there were traces of colour upon the statue and it may have, therefore, been painted red in antiquity.
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