3D Models For The Kerma Museum
the status of one of the kings of the twenty-fifth dyasty the kingdom of Napta was destoryed during the region of king Psmat the status was founded smashed and buried in front of one of the temples in dukki gel.
The box was used to preserve property and jewelry in the twentieth century In the Karma Museum now
One of the antiquities was discovered in Kerma during the discovery.
The man has been placed in a crouched position on his right side, his head to the east, facing north. Sacrificed sheep/goats are by his feetIn the Karma Museum now
Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, reign of Senwosret I, 1971–1926 B.C. Nubia (Sudan), Kerma, Tumulus K III, hall A
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The gate of the Karma Museum was designed based on the historical culture of the Kingdom of Karma and it looks very beautiful as a historical design representing the great civilization of the Kingdom of Karma In the Karma Museum now
Cultural Heritage of Sudan kerma this model illustrates the simple way of living in the customs and traditions of the twentieth century in the scene of a house with a bed and some household appliances In the Karma Museum now
A tool used to make bread and cook meat in the twentieth century in the Nubian cultural heritage. In the Karma Museum now
Small statue of King Aspelta (with a larger statue of Anlamani with ram horns) Kerma, Sudan Napatan, reign of Aspelta, early 6th century BC Kerma Museum, Kerma, Sudan Photography and photogrammetry by Timothy Kendall, Bryan Whitney, Geoff Kornfeld, and Zhejiang University. This model should be used for non-commercial, study purposes only.
Helladic.info Link Data: Myceanean Atlas Project Generator: DEM Net Elevation API Elevation: NASADEM Data: OpenStreetMap and Contributors www.openstreetmap.org Imagery: ThunderForest In the Karma Museum now
Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, reign of Senwosret I, 1971–1926 B.C. Nubia (Sudan), Kerma, Tumulus K III, hall A Framed (The object sits on epoxy bed /structural steel pallet tubing): 21.6 x 62.2 x 116.2 cm (8 1/2 x 24 1/2 x 45 3/4 in.) Mount (Steel channel base with cross bracing 3” x 3/16”): 30.5 x 62.2 x 116.2 cm (12 x 24 1/2 x 45 3/4 in.) Overall (steel pallet and object, weighed): 170.2 x 116.2 x 47 cm, 1224.71 kg (67 x 45 3/4 x 18 1/2 in., 2700 lb.) Weight (Object and steel pallet with attaching steel base, estimate): 1319.97 kg (2910 lb.) Weight (Object (calculated by subtracting estimate of pallet weight)): 1079.56 kg (2380 lb.) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 14.720
Photography and photogrammetry by Timothy Kendall, Bryan Whitney, Geoff Kornfeld, and Zhejiang University This model should be used for non-commercial, study purposes only. In the Sudan National Museum now
Kerman burial site Tumuli X based on George Reisner’s observations.
3D map for kerma made by samirosman In the Karma Museum now
a tool that was used to irrigate livestock and fetch water by: Idris Abdalrhman adam, Bethlehem Tesfhan Tebeje, Mona Mohamed heussien, Comboni college of science and technology In the Karma Museum now