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Groupe statuaire de Sennéfer et Sentnay. XVIIIe dynastie, règne d'Amenhotep II, Karnak, cour de la cachette. Source : IFAO

Statue of Sennefer and his wife Sentnay, from the Karnak temple. Sennefer was a noble under Amenhotep II, burial in

Egyptian Lady statue

Coffins of the Amun priestess Takait, Egypt century BC. Sarcophagus of Amun priestess Takait.

Ancient Egyptian bee-keeping hieroglyph. 7th Century BCE

≗ The Bee's Reverie ≗ Ancient Egyptian bee-keeping hieroglyph.

Sesostris III aparecen vigorosas representaciones del monarca. Son un reflejo del estilo tebano de la época que muestra el mismo pesimismo que se lee en la literatura de la época. Todos los rasgos faciales del soberano están desprendidos hacia abajo. Podrían sugerir también que el faraón, más alla de su forma divina e imperturbable (como los ejemplos del Imperio Antiguo) ahora también padece el cansancio del gobierno.

Possible Pharaoh during Joseph's time Sesostris III

Fragmento de pintura mural del tumba de Kynebu. Ramésida. British Museum. Foto en G. ANDREU, La statuette d'Ahmès Néfertari, París, 1997, p. 43, 46

Fragment of mural painting of the Kynebu tomb from Ramesside period which was the cycle in ancient Egyptian history between the century BC to the century BC, covering the and Dynasties, as the New Kingdom of Egypt. At The British Museum in London.

Exercice de Style

Mummy from Inamonnefnebu RMO AMM also listed as Leiden AMM Hieroglyphs on the beaded linen net shroud read: ‘An offering which the King gives to Osiris, Lord of Aby[dos], may he grant a good burial.

Cleopatra VII of Egypt Greek Ptolemaic Queen dressed like a pharaoh presenting offerings to Isis, 51 BC. Limestone stele Greek inscription, dedicated by a Greek man, Onnophris.

Cleopatra VII of Egypt Greek Ptolemaic Queen dressed like a pharaoh presenting offerings to Isis, 51 BC. Limestone stele Greek inscription, dedicated by a Greek man, Onnophris.

El escriba real MERY representado con los útiles propios de su oficio en un mural de su tumba en Saqqara. Dinastía IV. Museo del Louvre en París.

El escriba real MERY representado con los útiles propios de su oficio en un mural de su tumba en Saqqara. Dinastía IV. Museo del Louvre en París.

A New Kingdom griffin trampling the enemies of Egypt. Griffins usually have stout feline bodies with the head of a falcon on a short neck.

Egyptian griffin has a feline body & a falcon head on a short neck. This one is crowned (perhaps representing Pharaoh) and is trampling enemies. no indication of the source. This from touregypt,net

Ptah. Museo Egizio, Torino.

Ptah. Museo Egizio, Torino.

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Outer Coffin, Tomb of Sennedjem, Deir el Medina. Sennedjem had the title ‘Servant in the Place of Truth’ lived during the reigns of Seti I Ramsses II of Egypt’s Dynasty 19

LA REINE HATSHEPSOT SANS SES ATTRIBUTS MASCULINS 

Queen Hatshepsut, meaning "Foremost of Noble Ladies" BC), was the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt. She was the second historically confirmed female pharaoh.

Statue of singer of the god Amon (priestess) Rann, wife of Theban Priest Amenhotep, Egyptian New Kingdom

Statuette of high priestess Renai

Díada de Micerinos, IV Dinastía, Museo de Bellas Artes de Boston. Realizada con esquisto, de tamaño medio. Obra inacabada de bulto redondo.

egypt - AP Art History with Barrows at Dr.

Ankhenaten

Supper Part of a Colossal Statue of Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten)- Egypt

A triad statue depicting the Hare Nome goddess, the goddes Hathor, and the pharaoh Mekaura. Originally from the Valley Temple of Mycerinus at Giza, made of Greywacke. Created during the 4th dynasty, circa 2548-2530 B.C. Now at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston........photo by Keith Schengili-Roberts.............SOURCE WIKIPEDIA.ORG...........

Nome Goddess Hathor And Menkaura

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