Giza Pyramids Sound And Light spectacula...Giza Pyramids Sound And Light spectacular at night using colored Lights ....
Goddess of Scorpions and Veno...Serqet,
Goddess of Scorpions and Venomous Creatures, Magical Protection and the Afterlife
Serqet (Serket, Selqet, Selket, Selkit, Selkis) was the ancient Egyptian scorpion goddess of magic. As with other dangerous goddesses, she was both a protective goddess, and one who punished the w...
Neith is generally regarded as ...Neith
Neith is generally regarded as the quintessential war-goddess and huntress deity of the Egyptians since the ancient predynastic period. However, she is a far more complex goddess than is generally known, and of whom ancient texts only hint of her true nature. In her usual representations, s...
In Egyptian mythology, Nepht...NEPHTHYS
In Egyptian mythology, Nephthys is the Greek form of an epithet (correctly spelled Nebet-het, and Nebt-het, in transliteration from Egyptian hieroglyphs). Nephthys, therefore, is a member of the Great Ennead of Heliopolis, a daughter of Nut and Geb. Nephthys was the divine corresponding ...
ISIS MOURNING THE DEATH OF OSIRIS ....ISIS MOURNING THE DEATH OF OSIRIS ....
A rather unique cover of a coffin ....A rather unique cover of a coffin ....
The cover of a high ranking man's coffin...The cover of a high ranking man's coffin ....
I stand in the Beautiful Ten..."Selket"
I stand in the Beautiful Tent
and work My magic there
My scorpions at My heels
Beware ye, the unjust
for death shadows you
and may come swiftly
with My stinging touch
or it may be slow
with a lingering venom
under the noonday sun
But ye who are just
fear not your death:
Stela from Tomb of Kha (TT8), Deir el-Me...Stela from Tomb of Kha (TT8), Deir el-Medina.
Dynasty XVIII, Reign of Amenhotep II, Tuthmose IV, & Amenhotep III.
Tomb of Kha and his wife Merit.
Kha was architect of the Pharaoh (Amenhotep II 18th Dynasty) and responsible for building projects not just in the reign of Amenhotep II, but also ...
A trditional statuette of the offerings ...A trditional statuette of the offerings carrier ,old kingdom .The british museum ....
Born in Padua as the son of a...Belzoni
Born in Padua as the son of a barber. His family was from Rome and when Belzoni was 16 he went to work there, claiming that he 'studied hydraulics'. He intended taking monastic vows, but in 1798 the occupation of the city by French troops drove him from Rome and changed his proposed caree...
An illustration showing how Belzoni move...An illustration showing how Belzoni moved the huge and massive statue of Ramsess II ,now at the british museum ( see foto next ) ....
This is, of course, Ramses II, one of hu...This is, of course, Ramses II, one of hundreds of depictions of him made in ancient Egypt , this was the one Belzoni took to London.
British Museum, London...
Fragment from Montuhotep II' temple at D...Fragment from Montuhotep II' temple at Deir el Bahri. Luxor ....
The features of Amenhoteb III cannot be ...The features of Amenhoteb III cannot be mistaken ....
Egyptian Eye Makeup
The ancient Egypt...Egyptian Eye Makeup
The ancient Egyptians primarily used different types of eye makeup:
l The Udju. The udju was made out of green malachite (copper ore) which they got from the mines in Sinai.
l Kohl. Their kohl was made out of galena or lead sulfide that were taken either from the coasts ...
Statue of Queen Hatshepsut,
Altes Museu...Statue of Queen Hatshepsut,
Altes Museum, Berlin.
A Fayoum mummy portrait
Antiquities M...A Fayoum mummy portrait
Antiquities Museum, Bibliotheca Alexandrina...
The four covers of Tutankhamon's canopic...The four covers of Tutankhamon's canopic jars ....