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Coiffe de plumes d'Amazonie, 1890

Coiffe de plumes d'Amazonie, 1890

Story Buildings of Egypt :: Temple of Queen Hatshepsut

Story Buildings of Egypt :: Temple of Queen Hatshepsut

Hatshepsut. The only female Pharoah of Egypt who reigned for 21 years over 3,500 years ago. A peaceful and prosperous reign, Hatshepsut was responsible for the iconic Temple of Hatshepsut in Luxor, and the tallest obelisk in the world, which still stands today, in the Temple of Karnak.

Hatshepsut. The only female Pharoah of Egypt who reigned for 21 years over 3,500 years ago. A peaceful and prosperous reign, Hatshepsut was responsible for the iconic Temple of Hatshepsut in Luxor, and the tallest obelisk in the world, which still stands today, in the Temple of Karnak.

Fly me to the moon

Fly me to the moon

Egypt, amazing architecture

Egypt, amazing architecture

Tempio di Karnak | Stefano Agati | Flickr Mais

Tempio di Karnak | Stefano Agati | Flickr Mais

This relief depicts incense and myrrh trees obtained by Hatshepsut's expedition to Punt. @Jess Pearl Pearl Liu zheng,wikipedia.org

This relief depicts incense and myrrh trees obtained by Hatshepsut's expedition to Punt. @Jess Pearl Pearl Liu zheng,wikipedia.org

Relief from Dayr al Bahri temple showing Queen Eti of Punt with her husband Perehu as they welcome the delegation by sea of Queen Hatshepsut. 15th c. B.C. Punt was a Pygmy kingdom or chieftainship on the Somalian or Eritrean Coast, of uncertain location. Kemet had friendly relations with it by sea, and traded with Punt for myrrh and other exotics. Initial maritime contact was in the Fifth Dynasty, and then renewed at the time of Hatshupset, lasting to the 12th century B.C.

Relief from Dayr al Bahri temple showing Queen Eti of Punt with her husband Perehu as they welcome the delegation by sea of Queen Hatshepsut. 15th c. B.C. Punt was a Pygmy kingdom or chieftainship on the Somalian or Eritrean Coast, of uncertain location. Kemet had friendly relations with it by sea, and traded with Punt for myrrh and other exotics. Initial maritime contact was in the Fifth Dynasty, and then renewed at the time of Hatshupset, lasting to the 12th century B.C.

Hatshepsut-Temple Es gehörte zum Auftrag der Expedition, aus Punt pflanzfähige Bäume mit Ballen oder in Töpfen mitzubringen für die Tempelanlagen des Amun.

Hatshepsut-Temple Es gehörte zum Auftrag der Expedition, aus Punt pflanzfähige Bäume mit Ballen oder in Töpfen mitzubringen für die Tempelanlagen des Amun.

CAPILLA ROJA DE HATSHEPSUT EN KARNAK Puerta Oeste

CAPILLA ROJA DE HATSHEPSUT EN KARNAK Puerta Oeste