An ancient Egyptian model funeral boat with rowers. The boat dates to the middle kingdom of Egypt (circa 2000-1700 BC) and is carved from painted wood. It features lotus flowers on the stern and prow, along with depictions of rowers and a priest. The model is a depiction of an ancient Egyptian funeral barge.
Unearthing "Moai" ancestral sculpture on Rapa Nui (Easter Island).
Silver boat model. Several boat models were found in the Royal Tombs. They were often loaded with small containers, as if carrying provision.of the dead.This boat model is from PG 789,the King's Grave From The Royal Tombs of Ur
Bateau en argent de la tombe du roi d'Ur, Mésopotamie, daté d'environ 2600-2500 avant JC.
Boat form, Kish (Iraq), ca. 2500 B.C.
Deux modèles de barque funéraire à cabine centrale - antiquités Égyptiennes - PÉRIODE règne de Toutankhamon (1336-1327) - Egypte (origine) - LIEU DE DÉCOUVERTE tombe de Toutankhamon - Réunion des Musées Nationaux - Grand Palais -
Wooden model of boat with crew: The hull is narrow in proportion to length; ends in a curved finial forward and a straight finial aft, with a short plinth to act as stand. The form of the hull is that of a funeral barge, but the ornamental finials are wrongly placed. This was done anciently, as the painted-plaster coating shows. 12th Dynasty