Name SMALL STELA WITH EARS
Category ARC...Name SMALL STELA WITH EARS
Date New Kingdom , 19th Dynasty
Material Painted Limestone
This stela with ears belongs to a category of votive objects which were dedicated by private persons to a particular divinity, in this case to " He-who-listens-to-prayers ". Thi...
Fundamentally, ancient Eg...FAMILY LIFE
Fundamentally, ancient Egyptians are not unlike people today. Men and women fell in love, united, created families that became the center of their lives, worried about their children, worked, struggled, sought security and had moral concerns from which some deviated to became criminal...
Dog from the Ptolemaic or Roman era, aft...Dog from the Ptolemaic or Roman era, after the 4th C. BC...
We are not sure of th...QUEEN NEFERTARI
We are not sure of the parentage of Ramesses II's first principal wife (Chief King's Wife), Nefertari, though she had to have probably been of royal blood (though almost certainly not of the immediate royal family). It has been suggested that she may have been a daughter or at lea...
The Djed and the Crown of Osiris
...The Djed and the Crown of Osiris
The ancient Egyptian god Osiris was not only associated with the eye (inner eye) as his name Aus-ir implies, but in his depictions as the Djed Column, he was also associated with the human spinal column associated with the internal processes of the enlightenme...
Mathematics in Ancient Egypt
Yet, looki...Mathematics in Ancient Egypt
Yet, looking at the Egyptians' stunning monuments, as well as a civilisation that spanned three millennia, one might expect to find a similar element of grandeur in their sciences -- especially in mathematics and astronomy. How did they configure the manpower and materi...
Mask of Queen Malakaye
Napatan ...Mask of Queen Malakaye
Napatan Period, reign of Tanwetamani, 664-653 BC
Sudan, Nubia, (Nuri)
Gilded silver mask of Queen Malakaye who wears a striated wig and broadcollar.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The Inspector of Scribes Raherka and his...The Inspector of Scribes Raherka and his wife Merseankh, ca 2350 BC...
Th Egyptian Concept of Beauty
A bea...Th Egyptian Concept of Beauty
A beautiful and richly dressed woman from the tomb of Menna on the West Bank of modern LuxorBeauty is in the eye of the beholder, and this is never more true than seen over time and between different cultures. Over time, our concept of beauty seems to fluctuate, pa...
Egyptian wall painting in a tomb near an...Egyptian wall painting in a tomb near ancient Beni Hassan, middle Egypt. It depicts the arrival of a tribe of Semitic Nomads in Egypt about the year 1895 B.C....
Model Depicting the Counting of Livestoc...Model Depicting the Counting of Livestock
Painted Wood, Height 55 CM, W 72 CM,
Length 173 CM
Tomb of Meketre, Eleventh Dynasty (2134-1991 BC)
Vivid glimpse of one of the activities associated with agricultural life in Egypt. Master of the house is supervising the counting and inspection of h...
The tomb of Mesehti i...NUBIAN SOLDIERS
The tomb of Mesehti in Asyut, from the Middle Kingdom, had two detailed models of soldiers. Mesehti was the provincial governor in the 11th Dynasty Asyut and these models have provided much of the details about Egyptian soldiers.
This is a painted wooden model of Nubian archers...
Thutmose III The Warrior Pharoah
...Thutmose III The Warrior Pharoah
Hatshepsuts sucessful reign was followed by that of the great warrior pharaoh, Thutmose III.
It is a tribute to Hatshepsuts ability, that she had been able to keep this able young soldier under her thumb even after he came of age. The new kings frus...
DIFFERENT CONCEPT OF BEAUTY
Foreign l...DIFFERENT CONCEPT OF BEAUTY
Foreign lands were considered by the ancient Egyptians to be a part of chaos, the opposite of ma'at, and foreigners are very often depicted in a form very different than the ancient Egyptians themselves, and in a very different artistic style. Frequently, they may even...
This is the handle of an ancient Egyptia...This is the handle of an ancient Egyptian facial make-up powder box.
Wealthy Egyptian women held it before them to apply make-up to their faces with a brush operated with their other hand....
AN IMAGINARY PAINTING OF THE GODDESS BAS...AN IMAGINARY PAINTING OF THE GODDESS BASTET (the cat)...
Dagger of Queen Ahhotep
...Dagger of Queen Ahhotep
This dagger, which belonged to Queen Ahhotep, is in three parts: the blade, the hilt, and the fastening.
Made of bronze, the blade is slightly thicker in the center.
It still bears traces of its original gold-leaf lining.
The grip is formed of two th...
Ancient Egyptian scribes
Egyptian sc...Ancient Egyptian scribes
Egyptian scribe with papyrus scroll
The Ancient Egyptian scribe (MdC transliteration zXA.w)  was a person educated in the arts of writing (using both hieroglyphics and hieratic scripts, and from the second half of the first millennium BCE also the demotic script) and...
The Majordomo Keki (6th Dynasty) 2350-22...The Majordomo Keki (6th Dynasty) 2350-2200 BC...
Coffin of an Antef king, possibly Sekhem...Coffin of an Antef king, possibly Sekhemre Oupmaat (17th Dynasty) ca 1600 BC...
Sarcophagus of King Ramses III (20th Dyn...Sarcophagus of King Ramses III (20th Dynasty) 1184-1153 BC...
Painted wood statue of Ramses IV (20th D...Painted wood statue of Ramses IV (20th Dynasty) 1153-1147 BC...
Ancient Egypt Medicine
Digshotep, the...Ancient Egypt Medicine
Digshotep, the patriarch of a Late 17th dynasty Middle Kingdom, upper middle class, Egyptian family rests under a palm on his new country estate. His lot in life has improved tremendously since he planted those first ?new fangled? grape vines in his back garden. In just a f...
Qadesh (Qedesh, Kadesh, Qetesh...Qadesh
Qadesh (Qedesh, Kadesh, Qetesh, Qudshu) originally a Semitic deity whose worship was imported into Egypt during the New Kingdom. She was a goddess of nature, beauty and sexual pleasure. Originally her husband was the god Reshep, a Syrian deity whose worship was introduced to Egypt during t...
An imaginary painting showing queen Hatc...An imaginary painting showing queen Hatchipsut ....