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Partially Restored Oblique Lyre
Work Type
Music, lyre, oblique
ca. 1550-1458 B.C.
From, Egypt
Chamber A debris, Courtyard CC 41, Pit 1, Asasif, Upper Egypt, Thebes
MMA excavations, 1915-16
Wood (frame), bronze or copper alloy, (staple)_x000D_; Bronze
New Kingdom
Dynasty 18, early
Length of crossbar 31.3 cm.; of soundbox 19.5 cm.; _x000D_; Top of soundbox 22.3 cm.; Base of soundbox 19.5 cm.;_x000D_; Length from crossbar to base of soundbox: longer side 44 cm.; shorter side 33 cm.; _x000D_; Height of soundbox 17 cm.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Rogers Fund, 1916
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