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Rameses VI Tomb

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Title: Rameses VI Tomb
Author: Unknown author
Description: The walls showing various scenes. The style of the art is known as 'frontalism'. The characteristics of this are that the head of the character is always drawn in profile, while the body is seen from the front. However, even though the face is to the side, the eye is drawn in full. The legs are also turned to the same side as the head, and the feet are placed one in front of the other. The head is always kept at right angles to the body. Whether they are formed sitting or standing, their posture is very rigid and formal, however their faces always remain with a calm expression.
Date: -
Subject: Architecture
Tomb
Egyptian
Egypt
Thebes
Interior
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/693

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