The "wet drapery" look: Nekhbet, the vulture goddess, personifying Upper Egypt, flanking the portal of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

From Whose pharaohs?: archaeology, museums, and Egyptian national identity from Napoleon to World War I by Donald Malcolm Reid

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  • Middle Eastern: 632-1918
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The "wet drapery" look: Nekhbet, the vulture goddess, personifying Upper Egypt, flanking the portal of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
  • Figure 5. The "wet drapery" look: Nekhbet, the vulture goddess, personifying Upper Egypt, flanking the portal of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.