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Egyptian sculptures.

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  • 1. What is the name of the sculpture? The name of the sculpture is the great Sphinx. What material is used? The material that is used is Limestone. How was it shaped? The limestone was shaped by being carved. Where is the sculpture located? The sculpture is located in Egypt near the valley temple of the Khephren Pyramid. What was the sculpture believed to be? The sculpture was believed to be a form of the sun god and it was worshipped in ancient days. How long is the sculpture? The sculpture is 240 feet long. What is the design of the sculpture? Why? The design is a body of a lion and a head of the human. They created it like this because it’s a mythological creature which was a part of their Gods. History of the sculpture: The great Sphinx is one of the world’s largest and oldest sculptures.
  • 2. What is the name of the sculptures? The name of the sculptures is Colossus if Memnon What materials are used to create the sculpture? The material that is used to create the sculpture is stone. How was the sculpture shaped? The sculpture was shaped by being carved. How high is the sculpture? The sculpture stands at 60 foot high. Who are the sculptures of? The sculptures are of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. Where are they located? For the past 3400 years (since 1350 BC) they have stood in the Theban necropolis, across the River Nile from the modern city of Luxor.