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Four Hard Limestone Fragments  Medium: Limestone  Dates: ca. 1347-1340 B.C. Dynasty: late XVIII Dynasty  Period: New Kingdom, Amarna Period

Four Hard Limestone Fragments Medium: Limestone Dates: ca. Dynasty: late XVIII Dynasty Period: New Kingdom, Amarna Period

Egyptian limestone votive relief, 30th Dynasty, 380-342 B.C., The figure depicted is probably the head of a Nectanebo II.

Egyptian limestone votive relief, Dynasty, B., The figure depicted is probably the head of a Nectanebo II.

Sarcophagus lid for Aset-Em-Akhbit, Egyptian, painted wood, Late Ptolemaic Period, circa 1st Century B.C.,

Sarcophagus lid for Aset-Em-Akhbit, Egyptian, painted wood, circa Century B.

Egyptian frieze ca. 1184-1153 b.c.

- Tile Frieze Representing Lotus and Grape,From Tell el Yahudiya XX Dynasty ca. Faience, glazed, x cm).

African Masks, Luxor, Ancient Egypt, Egyptian, Archaeology, Temple, Civilization, Temples, Buddhist Temple

Sarcophagus of Queen Hetep-Heres (Hotep-Heru), 4th Dynasty, Old Kingdom - Middle Kingdom Founders, Montuhotep 1-4 and the rest of the line as well as New Kingdom founders- Pharaoh Seqenenre Tao 1-2, Queen Ah Hotep, Queen Nefertari, Tehutimes 1-4, Amenhotep 1-4 and Pharaoh Hatshepsut were direct decendants of the Great Queen Hotep-Heru (Hetep-Heres). The name of this line is the Het Heru (Hathors-plural), which includes the 7 Divine/Royal Lines of the Shemsu Heru.

Sarcophagus of Great Royal Queen Hotep-Heru (Hetep-Heres) Het-Heru, Dynasty, Old Kingdom, Wife of Nesi (Pharaoh) Sneferu, mother of Nesi (Pharaoh) Khufu

Ramses II enfant et Houroum  Egypt (Musée Égyptien du Cairo) Egypt

Ramses II enfant et Houroum Egypt (Musée Égyptien du Cairo) Egypt

Cabeza granodiorita del dios  Amón que data del reinado de Tutankamón (07.228.34). La barba trenzada y tocado identifican claramente al sujeto como Amón con la característica facial de Tutankhaten / Tutankhamon. Museo Metropolitano de Arte, Nueva York.

Granodiorite head of Amun the sun god, dating to the reign of Tutankhamun The braided beard and headdress clearly identify the subject as Amun with the facial feature of Tutankhaten/Tutankhamun ( in a smoting stance.) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Part of a tomb wall depicting the Nubian Pharaoh Amanitenmemide being protected by the godess Isis. Originally from the pyramid complex of Meroe.

Part of a tomb wall depicting the Nubian Pharaoh Amanitenmemide being protected by the godess Isis. Originally from the pyramid complex of Meroe.

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Sarcophagi display - Our Life After Death in Ancient Egypt - Gallery at Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK. Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology in Oxford. Britain’s oldest public museum.

Ancient Egypt

Sarcophage d'Horemheb en granit rose -

Sarcophagus of Horemheb in pink granite, who was the last Pharaoh of the Dynasty from 1319 BC to late 1292 BC or 1306 to late 1292 BC. Although he was not related to the preceding royal family and is believed to have been of common birth.

A EGYPTIAN LIMESTONE SCULPTOR'S MODEL, PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, 304-30 B.C.

A EGYPTIAN LIMESTONE SCULPTOR'S MODEL, PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, 304-30 B.C.

Scene from the tomb of Inherkau (TT359) showing the Lords of the West (Illustration from 1849 book "Denkmaeler aus Aegypten und Aethiopien." Top row, right to left: Amenhotep I, Ahmose, Ahhotep I, Ahmose-Meritamun, Sitamun, Siamun,?, Ahmose-Hennuttamehu, Ahmose-Tumerisy, Ahmose-Nebetta, Ahmose-Sipair; Bottom row, right to left: Ahmose-Nefertari, Ramesses I, Mentuhotep II, Amenhotep II, Seqenenre Tao, Ramose?, Ramesses IV, ?, Tuthmosis I. (ref: Dodson-Hilton), drawing by Lepsius)

Ahmose-Nebetta was likely a daughter of Seqenenre Tao She may have married her brother Ahmose I, but her sister Ahmose-Nefertari was the Great Royal Wife

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