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Funerary stela of Nefersefekhy. Limes...
Funerary stela of Nefersefekhy. Limestone. Nag'el-Deir (Upper Egypt). First Intermediate Period, circa 2175 B.C. University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia. ...
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Bust of a man. Plaster. From El Kharga,...
Bust of a man. Plaster. From El Kharga, Upper Egypt. Roman Period, 2nd Century A.D. University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia. ...
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A unique statuette of OSIRIS god of the ...
A unique statuette of OSIRIS god of the other world ....
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God BES was not Egyptian originally , he...
God BES was not Egyptian originally , he was an imported god ! ! A guardian god. Bes was a foreign god, an import from the land of Nubia. He was jolly, fond of music, and dancing. He was a popular god who was adopted by the middle classes; he was considered a tutelary god of childbirth and, stran...
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Neith: Ancient Goddess of the ...
Neith: Ancient Goddess of the Beginning, the Beyond, and the End 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 ...
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MUMMY MASK Cartonnage, painted and gi...
MUMMY MASK Cartonnage, painted and gilded Late Ptolemaic Period or early Roman Period A very important part of the outer trappings of a mummy was a mask, placed over the head to provide an idealized image of the deceased as a resurrected being. These masks were frequently fashioned from cartonn...
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A sarcophage from inside showing the pro...
A sarcophage from inside showing the protecting goddesses together with MAAT and ANUPIS ....
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Mummyportrait. Egyptian Museum Munich. ...
Mummyportrait. Egyptian Museum Munich. (Staatliches Museum A"gyptischer Kunst)....
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Isis and her son Horus ....
Isis and her son Horus ....
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Isis Isis, though worshipped all over...
Isis Isis, though worshipped all over Egypt, was specially venerated in certain cities, and the following are among the most common of her titles: --"The great lady, the God-mother, lady of Re-a-nefer; Isis-Nebuut, lady of Sekhet; lady of Besitet; Isis in Per Pakht, the queen of Mesen; Isis of Ta...
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Canopic Jars of Lady Senebtisi. Limes...
Canopic Jars of Lady Senebtisi. Limestone, painted. Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, circa 1938-1759 B.C. From Harageh (Tomb nr.92). Excavated by the British School of Archaeology in Egypt in 1913-1914. Brooklyn Museum, New York ...
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Block statue of Sitepihu in an open offe...
Block statue of Sitepihu in an open offering chapel. Dynasty 18. University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia. ...
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Sweetheart Antony of Queen Cleopatra VII...
Sweetheart Antony of Queen Cleopatra VII ....
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King Min-kau-ra escorted with two goddes...
King Min-kau-ra escorted with two goddesses ....
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Part of a wallpainting of a priestess ho...
Part of a wallpainting of a priestess holding a sistrum. 19th-20th Dynasty, ca. 1290-1070 B.C. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, U.S.A....
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An alabaster cup from the treasures of K...
An alabaster cup from the treasures of King Tut ....
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Djehuty and his wife Ahhotep. Egyptia...
Djehuty and his wife Ahhotep. Egyptian (Thebes), New Kingdom, early 18th Dynasty, ca.1550-1500 B.C. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, U.S.A....
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A causey banquet winessed by the decease...
A causey banquet winessed by the deceased ....
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Torso of the scribe statue at the louvre...
Torso of the scribe statue at the louvre ....
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The statue of the head of Wesirwer, I...
The statue of the head of Wesirwer, In the Egyptian Reborn gallery at the Brooklyn Museum has an intriguing one. ?This statue speaks to me the most?.? said a kid when he was only 6 years old. The statue of Wesirwer is special to me too. Whenever I am in the gallery, I would always spend a few ...
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Mask of a Woman with Ball Earrings Corks...
Mask of a Woman with Ball Earrings Corkscrew Locks and a Wreath 50-100 CE Plaster - Egypt...
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A limestone douple funerary statue of a ...
A limestone douple funerary statue of a man and his wife / Old kingdom ....
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A unique funerary mask once contained in...
A unique funerary mask once contained inlayment of the eyes and eyebrows ....
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Shabti box British Museum EA 35648....
Shabti box British Museum EA 35648. 19th dynasty, about 1250 BC. Provenance unknown. The image on the box is showing the deceased and her ba receiving food and drink from the goddess Nut....
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Shabti box...
Shabti box...
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