The Egyptian royal wife Kiya, wed to the infamous Pharaoh Akhenaten of the New Kingdom, is flaunting her anatomical gifts. For a while it was speculated she might have been the mother of King Tut himself, though recent DNA evidence from their mummies suggests against that scenario. Regardless, we have a number of statuary (some of it headless) depicting royal women from the so-called Amarna Period when Akhenaten reigned, and notably the subjects tend to have, ahem, stylistically pronounced posteriors.
As for her big hair, that's actually a wig based on the so-called "Nubian wig" which was fashionable during Kiya's time.
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