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    Seated Scribe, Egyptian statue 1391 B.C. Detroit Institute of Arts

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    • Christine Ti

      Photo ©2014, Detroit Institute of Arts Date: 1391/1353 BCE Medium: Graywacke Dimensions: 2 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 2 1/4 in. ( 6.4 x 6.4 x 5.7 cm.)

    • Jeffrey Edel

      Seated Scribe, Egypt 1391 B.C. The linen skirt was used as the writing table,depending on how the writer sat he could tension the skirt between his knees for the optimum resistance to write efficiently on the papyrus scroll which would lay atop the fabric.

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      Seated Scribe, Egyptian statue 1391 B.C. Detroit Institute of Arts.

    • Marie Cuevas

      *EGYPT ~ Seated Scribe, Egyptian statue 1391 B.C. Detroit Institute of Arts

    • Solange Spilimbergo Volpe

      Seated Scribe - 1391 - 1353 B.C. | Detroit Institute of Arts.

    • Kerim Alyot

      Seated Scribe (31.70) — The Detroit Institute of Arts

    • Andrew Murray

      Seated Scribe, Middle East 1391 BCE #art #sculpture

    • Giovanna Romanelli

      Seated Scribe - 1391/1353 BC - Medium: Graywacke

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