Valley of the Kings

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Akhenaten (reigned BC) and Nefertiti BC) Great Royal Wife of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten. Relief in the Egyptian Museum in the Altes Museum Berlin. Ancient Egypt Art, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Art History, European History, Ancient Greece, American History, Egyptian Pharaohs

Treasures from Egyptian Museum Berlin - Tutankhamun & sister/wife Ankhesenamun

A lovely image of the married couple Tutankhamun and sister/wife Ankhesenamun. She is giving him lotus flowers to scent. www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjEZ2JpiFlE&feature=channel National Geographic: Tut's Treasure Tutankhamun (alternately spelled with Tutenkh-, -amen, -amon), Egyptian twt-ˤnḫ-ı͗mn, [təwaːt ʕaːnəx ʔaˈmaːn]; approx. 1341 BC – 1323 BC) was an Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty (ruled ca. 1332 BC – 1323 BC in the conventional chronology), during the period of Egyptian history known…

The mummy of the pharaoh queen Hatshepsut is on display at Cairo's Egyptian Museum. The remains were recently identified as those of Hatshepsut using forensic and DNA testing, scientists announced today.

Image Gallery: Amazing Egyptian Discoveries

Some of the coolest mummies, tombs and body parts found in recent years.

One of the rooms of Tutankhamun's tomb, before the archaeological clearance. Much ancient embroidery was found in the tomb of this century BC Egyptian pharaoh. Egyptian Pharaohs, Egyptian Art, Egyptian Kings, Egyptian Tattoo, Egyptian Mythology, Egyptian Goddess, Egyptian Symbols, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History

November 26th 1922: Howard Carter enters the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun

On this day in 1922, archaeologist Howard Carter and his financer Lord Carnarvon became the first people to enter the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun in over 3000 years. Carter had been working in the...

The Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, Egypt, is located beneath the cliffs at Deir el Bahari on the west bank of the Nile -near the Valley of the Kings. It's considered one of the "incomparable monuments of ancient Egypt. Great Places, Places To See, Valley Of The Kings, Visit Egypt, African Countries, Luxor Egypt, Travel News, Ancient Civilizations, Queen

Luxor, Egypt

Luxor is a large historic site in Egypt. It is popularly known as the largest museum in this world w...

Southern Tomb 25 at Amarna was intended for the burial of Ay, who later became Pharaoh, after Tutankhamun. The tomb was never finished, and he later buried in the Western Valley of the Valley of th… Ancient Ruins, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Hebrew Bible, Egypt Art, Valley Of The Kings, Tutankhamun, Ancient Civilizations

King Ay’s Tomb

Southern Tomb 25 at Amarna was intended for the burial of Ay, who later became Pharaoh, after Tutankhamun. The tomb was never finished, and he later buried in the Western Valley of the Valley of th…

Tutankhamun, the boy king. Discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb, king Tut treasures

Tutankhamun, the boy king. Discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb, king Tut treasures

Tutankhamun ruled Egypt when he was 9 years old he died in 20.

The mummy of Merneptah was encased in a series of four sarcophagi, set one within the other. After his tomb was robbed, more than years ago, he was reburied elsewhere and his two outer sarcophagi boxes were broken up. Egyptian Mummies, Egyptian Pharaohs, Egyptian Art, Egyptian Things, Ancient Art, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Sea Peoples, Warrior King

Fit for a King: Largest Egyptian Sarcophagus Identified

The largest ancient Egyptian sarcophagus has been identified in a tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, say archaeologists who are re-assembling the pharaoh's box.

Pharaonic embalming bed restored from fragments. It was discovered in pieces in a tomb next to King Tut& in the Valley of the Kings. No mummy was found inside the tomb, so they can& date the bed exactly, but they think it dates to the dynasty BC).

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An inscription states the name and title of the coffin’s occupant— Nehemes-Bastet, Chantress of Amun Monuments, Egypt Mummy, Egyptian Pharaohs, Egypt Art, Valley Of The Kings, Luxor, Ancient Egypt, Coffin, Archaeology

Tomb of the Chantress

A newly discovered burial chamber in the Valley of the Kings provides a rare glimpse into the life of an ancient Egyptian singer