<em>Riverside Scene</em>, ca. 1352–1336 B.C.E. Limestone, pigment, 9 1/4 × 15 × 1 11/16 in. (23.5 × 38.1 × 4.3 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund, 65.16. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 65.16_PS22.jpg)

Riverside Scene

Medium: Limestone, pigment

Geograhical Locations:

Dates:ca. 1352–1336 B.C.E.

Dimensions: 9 1/4 × 15 × 1 11/16 in. (23.5 × 38.1 × 4.3 cm) mount (m1: wall mount on board): 11 3/4 × 17 1/2 × 3 in. (29.8 × 44.5 × 7.6 cm)



Accession Number: 65.16

Image: 65.16_PS22.jpg,

Catalogue Description:
Fragmentary limestone relief with traces of red color and part of two representations in sunk relief. Above: a man facing left, his head missing is seated on a three-legged stool in an enclosure working with an adze on a long pole; on his right a storage jar on a stand, other objects nearby. In the scene below a boat is moored at left whereas in the center some plants indicate the river back here a man, moving up an undulating hill line to the right, carries two water jars on a pole over his shoulders. One of his legs - like part of the boat - is cut off. To the right a grid indicates a field or the layout of a garden. Condition: Good. Lower right corner and upper center of edge are badly chipped. Left side is broken off diagonally, from the bottom up inward. Entire surface uneven and somewhat pitted in places; some spotty dark brown discoloration.

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