Statue of MeretAmun, Ancient  Egypt Pharaoh.

Statue of Meret Amon in Akhmim near Sohag Egypt. This statue is orginial belived to be one of Ankhesenamun during her marrige with Tutankhamun. Later surpassed by Ramesses III

Queen Nefertiti of Egypt.  Online Travel Agencies, Egypt Tours Packages, Egypt Cairo Holidays  www.blueskygroup.net

The crowned head of Nefertiti, wife of Akhenaton. The sculpture was made by the famous sculptor Thutmose and was found in his workshop. Country of Origin: Egypt. Date/Period: Amarna period BC. Place of Origin: Tell el Amarna

Mentuemhat in Ecclesiastical Dress, c. 667-647 BC. Egypt, Thebes, Late Period, late Dynasty 25 to early Dynasty 26.

Mentuemhat in Ecclesiastical Dress, c. BC Egypt, Thebes, Late Period, late Dynasty 25 to early Dynasty 26 limestone

Nefertari, en el mural de su tumba en el Valle de las reinas,

Artist: Unknown Date: Unknown Piece: Painting depict Queen Nefertari playing Senet Reasons its cool: It shows that some parts of Egyptian life were like life now as Queen Nefertiti is seen playing a game that looks a whole lot like chess.

Rannay, NK, Pushkin Museum

beautiful female statue of a singer of the god Amon (priestess) Rann, wife of Theban Priest Amenhotep, Egyptian New Kingdom

The Mummy of Hatshepsut, one of the most famous Queens of Egypt.  Found in a tomb in the Valley of the Kings.  EGYPT.

Mummy of Hatshepsut, one of the most famous Queens of Egypt: born 1508 BC, Reign BC

Queen Tiye (c. 1398 BCE – 1338 BCE) "the matriarch of the Amarna Dynasty, also referred to as: Lady of The Two Lands; Hereditary Princess; Great of Praises; Sweet of Love; King’s Wife; Great King’s Wife; Great King’s Spouse; King’s Wife, His Beloved; Mistress of Upper and Lower Egypt; Mistress of the Two Lands.”

Queen Tiye was the daughter of Yuya and Tjuyu (also spelled Thuyu). She became the Great Royal Wife of the Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep III. Her mummy was identified as The Elder Lady found in the Tomb of Amenhotep II

Among the oldest and most celebrated gods of the ancient Egyptian pantheon, Horus is celebrated as the lord of the sky, with the falcon as his symbol. The Pharoah, or ruler of Egypt, was often viewed

Horus Poster - The Horus poster celebrates this ancient God Horus, one of the eldest and most celebrated gods of the ancient Egyptian pantheon, with prayer and beautiful illustration.

Akenhaten, the "heretic" Pharoah who was a monothesist believing in one God, not many as most ancient Egyptians did. His God was Aten, the Sun God.

Akenhaten, the "heretic" Pharoah who was a monothesist believing in one God, not many as most ancient Egyptians did. His God was Aten, the Sun God. Ironically, the Egyptian celebrated the birth of Aten' son on 24 Dec.

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