"The widespread damage to the temple images has allowed Egyptologists to argue from such sources as the temple evidence that ancient Egypt was a multi-racial society and therefore belongs to the world’s heritage and not necessarily to African history.
Twelfth Dynasty of Egypt
Statue of Nesi (Pharaoh) Amenemhat III, Dynasty, Middle Kingdom. Standing in a Devotional Attitude
Colossal statue of Amenemhat II, later usurped by Ramesses II who transported it to Pi-Rames, and finally by Merenptah.
Sphinx of Taharqo, British Museum room 65
Granodiorite head of Amun the sun god, dating to the reign of Tutankhamun The braided beard and headdress clearly identify the subject as Amun with the facial feature of Tutankhaten/Tutankhamun ( in a smoting stance.) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
One of the two sphinx statues guarding the entrance to the Rudolfinum Music Hall in Prague.
Egyptian Head of a King, sculptor's trial piece, limestone, early Ptolemaic, cent.
A European noble man of medieval Venice, Italy. Anonymous Sculptor (Venice) Portrait Bust of a Man Italy (early Century) Polychromed Bronze, cm. (H) [Bust of a black man wearing a doublet, a soft cap with a tassle