On stelae reliefs, items such as food depicted between deceased and the vertical boarders on right were most symbolic of? 2.)On funerary stelae in the Old Kingdom versus those in the First Intermediate period, how were the figures positioned differently in

1.)On stelae reliefs, items such as food depicted between deceased and the vertical boarders on right were most symbolic of? 2.)On funerary stelae in the Old Kingdom versus those in the First Intermediate period, how were the figures positioned differently in front of offerings? 3.)Middle and Old Kingdom Egypt share a similar style when depicting offerings that was different than the First Intermediate Period. Explain the most prominent differences 4.)

What was one of the most distinctive body characteristic of the mature male figure in the First Intermediate Period? 5.)On a (stolen) statue in King Nebhepetra Montuhotep’s temple, the side of the throne is decorated with a sema tawy emblem. What did this symbolize? 6.)The highly colored stela of Inhurnakht and his wife had several characteristics typical of the First Intermediate Period. This comes from the ___________________ cemetery in Upper Egypt. 7.)The area around Dendera in Upper Egypt served as a cult center for which goddess? 8.)After Egypt was reunified under a centralized government in the 11th Dynasty, what were some the relief figure characteristics that changed? 9.)At the dawn of Middle Kingdom, a new type of statue was introduced. Known as the ‘____________’ statue, the figure is seated on the ground with knees drawn up to the chest and is wrapped in a tightly fitted garment. 10.)the Middle Kingdom, coffins would often have a __________________ on the east side that the deceased would face while laying on their left side

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