Playing craft wake donation Cleopatra VII. Limestone. Ptolemaic period. Reign of Cleopatra VII (51-30 BC.).
WAKE OF DONATION, Cleopatra VII: The Queen and King (right) make offerings to the gods and Sekhmet Heqa (left). From the study conducted by Dr. Jean Yoyotte, the queen has been identified with Cleopatra VII and King Ptolemy XIII and Ptolemy XIV.
Accurate reproduction made on the original kept in the Egyptian Museum of Barcelona. Marble base resin. Copy made from an original mold. This piece was made following a completely handmade process, so there may be slight modifications with respect to photography.
Special Edition (already sold out) Direct Planet, numbered on the back of the piece and limited to only 200 copies. Exemplary new, in perfect condition. The number reflected in the photograph is taken at random one piece.
Format: 17 x 15 x 1.5 cm. Weight: 758 gr. Supplied with a rigid plastic supports which act as small stand for exhibition.
Cleopatra Thea Philopator Nea, or Cleopatra VII was the last queen of ancient Egypt and the Ptolemaic dynasty, also called Lágida, founded by Ptolemy I Soter, one of the generals of Alexander the Great to his death the empire was divided. Egyptian Queen Cleopatra is most times made into a film, closely linked to Julius Caesar and Mark Antony.
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