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Circumcision in ancient Egypt. Sixth Dynasty BCE) tomb artwork in Egypt has been thought to be the oldest documentary evidence of circumcision, the most ancient depiction being a bas-relief from the necropolis at Saqqara (c.

heracliteanfire:    Relief plaque with face of an owl. Egypt, 400–30 B.C. (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Relief plaque with face of an owl ~ Late Period-Ptolemaic Period BCE, Egypt. Limestone 4 x 4 x Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York

La tumba de la reina Nefertari, esposa de Ramsés II (Dinastía XIX), QV66 es una de los más grandes en el Valle de las Reinas.

The Heretic Queen; The tomb of Nefertari, is one of the largest in the Valley of the Queens, Egypt.

Ramses II

Striding statue of Ramses III as a standard bearer of Amun, dyn. New Kingdom, granite, Karnak temple cachette, Egyptian museum Akenaten Bluehorse

Las momias de Chinchorro son de las más antiguas del mundo. Estas son de Arica, Chile.

Around to years ago, the Chinchorro, a group of hunter-gatherers living in the Atacama Desert on the coast of northern Chile, began mummifying their dead. But how the practice originated has remained a mystery.

Vista frontal del portador de la mochila. Foto en Tesoros egipcios de la colección del Museo Egipcio de El Cairo

Front view of the bearer of the backpack. Photo at Egyptian Treasures from the collection of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo -

Disco Dropa

'The Lolladoff plate' is a year old stone dish found in Nepal. It clearly shows a disc-type UFO and a figure resembles a Grey-type alien!

Amazing ancient carvings at the Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt.

Amazing ancient carvings at the Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt. The Goddess Sekhet, The 'Goddess of the Fields' and 'Goddess of Offerings'.