Kom el-Dikka Egyptian Sculpture


Name:  Colossal Heads and Bust

Place:  Kom el Dikka archaeological site, Alexandria, Egypt

View:  Sculptures retrieved from the underwater excavations in the eastern harbour of Alexandria.

Date:   Greco-Roman Period


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Catelogue No.   ZE0824

This photograph shows the colossal heads and bust from the underwater excavations in the Eastern Harbour at the Kom el-Dikka archaeological site in Egypt.  The Kom el-Dikka archaeological site is located in the Alexandria Delta region of Egypt.  The sculpture exhibition is situated on the actual site.

The sculptures are made of red and yellow granite.

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