Torso of Akhenaten1353–1336 BC by Unknown

"This torso from a statue of Akhenaten was found in the Sanctuary of the Great Aten Temple or in the dump south of the Sanctuary area of the temple. The heavy breasts and sagging belly of the king are typical of his representation, a feminized body that may suggest his fertile receptiveness to life and divine inspiration from the Aten. The statue appears to have been standing with its arms held naturally so that they hung..." http://metmuseum.org/collection/the-collection-online/search/544676
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Media: sculpture