Amarna (or el-Amarna) is a site in Middle Egypt which was built by king Akhenaten c. 1353 BC. It was abandoned shortly after the king’s death.
Objects in the Egypt Centre from the royal site of Amarna:
Over 200 objects from Amarna
W1155a- A ring bezel of a long eared hedgehog?
W1151 A ring bezel showing Bes
ring bezels and amulets
ring bezels with cartouches
stone basin jar stand?
W154 Part of a statue
W1400 an incense burner from Amarna
uraeus head from Small Aten Temple
fish inlays or bowls
W344a faience grape cluster
W490 possible ‘jar stand’
mandrake amulets and wall plaster
EC538 The pottery head of a Nubian
W962 is part of a faience throw-stick, or boomerang
W345, a pottery stool