Merytamun by goldie ()
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"Beloved of Amun", a name favored for royal women especially in Ancient Egypt's New Kingdom.
Of course, if this woman and the columns were in fact contemporaneous, the columns wouldn't be bashed in and they would be painted with vibrant colors...
Thanks for the view and for any comments you'd like to leave...really appreciate your support.
Image Comments (23)
STEVIEUKWONDER () 1:56AM | Sun, 04 October 2020
Just a knockout render. It doesn't look too time-specific, so the aged look just adds to the mystique of such lovely artwork.
JoeJarrah () Online Now! 2:42AM | Sun, 04 October 2020
Well by the time of Cleopatra , the temples at Luxor (which are by a long stretch not the oldest in Egypt) were around 1500 years old, so ruins are perfectly in keeping with a late dynasty pharaoh.
Jean_C () 2:51AM | Sun, 04 October 2020
Great princess and sumptuous outfit/accessories, wonderful image, Barb!
Saby55 () 1:03PM | Sun, 04 October 2020
Wow amazingly beautiful! Stunning image, great light!!! 👍🙋♂️
eekdog () Online Now! 1:32PM | Sun, 04 October 2020
this made my jaw drop in awe, wow! love the Egyptian gal and outfit. all works well together in this scene.
bakapo () 2:19PM | Sun, 04 October 2020
I love all things Egypt and this is wonderful. She looks royal and proud; she's really beautiful. The columns look ok; stone wears away after all.
miwi () 3:56PM | Sun, 04 October 2020
Very beautiful Egyptian princess,wonderful image,fantastic done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
linwhite () 10:37PM | Sun, 04 October 2020
Everything about this is perfect, from the lighting, the haughty pose, the filmy gown, the lush vegetation. It's just a breathtaking work of ART. I am so impressed!!!
RodS () 7:54PM | Mon, 05 October 2020
Even newly carved and painted with vibrant colors, those columns would have a hard time competing with this beauty! Gorgeous work on this classic scene, Barb!