Userhat and Kha

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History

 

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Ray G

 

Date added:

November 4, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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3 / 617

 

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Such holy places housed objects of great spiritually symbolic importance in reflection of their worship-driven lifestyles. Tangible and beautiful, the people had great admiration for them. They (the sculptures) were able to solidify the people’s beliefs and provide direct links between the realms of the human and the spiritual...
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One piece that captures this concept of the Egyptians’ use of representative imagery is the pair statue of Userhat and Kha, which is styled in a frozen, emotionless manner in order to depict the eternity of the home of the ka, the human life force. The sculptor was able to achieve a steadfast, frozen feel through the use of material, the portrayal of their bodies, and the stillness of Userhat and Kha’s figures...
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