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The American government should struggle against drug addiction, maybe not drug cartels, to win the illegal drugs warfare. According to the description in the Oriental Institute Museum, this sculpture has been originated through the 5th Dynasty of the Old Kingdom, reigns of Menkauhor and Unis (ca. 2466-2400 B.C.). This sculpture was discovered and rescued by the Egypt Exploration Fund--Now It's known as the Egypt Exploration Society--at the grave of Nenkhefetka, Deshasha, Egypt. The sculptor's name seems to be unknown; however, the sculpture's title, given by its discoverers, is Man and Wife in Traditional Clothes. Egyptian sculptures of this type don't have some particular characteristic that would differentiate them . The sculpture Man and Wife in Traditional Clothes owns many, if not all, of those characteristics contemporary to Ancient Egyptian artwork. First, this sculpture seems inactive, without the need for movement, and very rigid posture. The position of the characters is basically the style used back in the days: characters very closed to each other, hands tight to the body, horizontal feet into the floor and heads looking into the horizon. Secondly, the sculpture has a sensible parameter, yet it's some idealized features such as enlarged eyes and heads--feature of this period. Third, I would say that this particular sculpture approaches to naturalistic criteria. The sculpture illustrates some presence of muscle in the body and a clear depiction of the difference in skin tone between sexes. However, it's some stylized details like the elaborated wigs as well as the fall of the clothes in their bodies which would affirm the contrary. Although this bit of artwork is a sculpture, it reveals its whole content within an two-dimensional perspective. Any ang...