Tapa e interior del ataud de Tabakmut

Inner Coffin and Innermost Lid of Tabakmut Period: Third Intermediate Period Dynasty: Dynasty 21 Reign: reign of Psusennes II Date: ca.

Mummy coffin of Djedmontefanch, a priest of Amun, ~ 945 BC - 712 BC

Ancient Egyptian Mummies, Statues, Burial Practices and Artefacts 1

Hedjkheperre Setepenamun Harsiese or Harsiese A, is viewed by the Egyptologist Kenneth Kitchen in his Third Intermediate Period in Egypt, to be both a "High Priest of Amun" and the son of the High Priest of Amun Shoshenq C. The archaeological evidence does suggest that he was indeed Shoshenq C's son.  - sarcophagus, original photos

Hedjkheperre Setepenamun Harsiese or Harsiese A, is viewed by the Egyptologist Kenneth Kitchen in his Third Intermediate Period in Egypt, to be both a "High Priest of Amun" and the son of the High Priest of Amun Shoshenq C. The archaeological evidence does suggest that he was indeed Shoshenq C's son. - sarcophagus, original photos

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Images in the Society's archives taken during Edouard Naville's work at Ahnas/Ehnasya/Herakleopolis Magna

Corn Mummy

Ancient Egyptian Culture, Mummies, Statues, Burial Practices and Artefacts 4

Egyptian , Late Dynastic or Early Greco-Roman Period  Mummy Coffin of Pedusiri, ca. 500–250 BC  Plastered, polychromed, and gilded wood  84 x 30 3/4 x 13 3/4 in. (213.36 x 78.11 x 34.93 cm)  Purchase M1967.20   Photo credit Michael Tropea

Egyptian , Late Dynastic or Early Greco-Roman Period Mummy Coffin of Pedusiri, ca. BC Plastered, polychromed, and gilded wood 84 x 30 x 13 in. x x cm) Purchase Photo credit Michael Tropea

Obilisk of Ramsis ||

Obelisco Ramses na noite - Templo de Luxor, Egipto / Obelisk Ramsses at Night - Temple at Luxor, EGYPT

Shabti Box Of The Theban Priestess Henutmehyt  --  Dynasty 19 or 20, After the New Kingdom  --  Circa 1250 BCE  --  Egypt  --  Belonging to The British Museum

Painted shabti box of the Theban priestess Henutmehyt. She is shown adoring two of the canopic deities. These shabtis are intended to carry out agricultural activities for her in the afterlife. Tomb of Henutmehyt.

Coffin of Nesykhonsu, 1000-900 BC. Egypt, Thebes, Third Intermediate Period, late Dynasty 21 (1069-945 BC) to early Dynasty 22 (945-715 BC).

Cleveland Museum of Art Coffin of Nesykhonsu, c. BC Egypt, Thebes, Third Intermediate Period, late Dynasty 21 BC) to early Dynasty 22 BC) gessoed and painted sycamore

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