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Isis,   Museum Island,  Berlin

Standing statue of the Egyptian goddess Isis,or a queen,carved from black granite during the Roman Period B.

Meritaten of the eighteenth dynasty of ancient Egypt, circa 1400 bc; daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten and Queen Nefertiti.

Meritaten of the eighteenth dynasty of ancient Egypt, circa 1400 bc; daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten and Queen Nefertiti. * Meritaten, a Pharoah's Princess* inspired this board.

Princess Fatma Neslişah Sultan of the Ottoman Empire and Princess of Egypt.

Princess Neslişah Sultan - A story of survival - History of Royal Women

Offering scene in the tomb of Ti from the 5th Dynasty at Saqqara.

Women basket bearers, wearing beaded chokers to market. Saqqara, tomb of Ty, dynasty

Figure of a Cynocephalus Ape  Period:     Late Period Dynasty:     Dynasty 26–29 Date:     664–380 B.C. Geography:     Country of O...

Figure of a Cynocephalus Ape* B. Egypt, Memphite region, Memphis (Mit Rahina) [*Why describe it as being cynocephalous, I wonder? Isn't it just a baboon, rather than a dog-like ape?

Tomb of Ramose. The Ancient Egyptian noble, Ramose was Governor of Thebes and Vizier under both Amenhotep III and Akhenaton. He was one of the earliest public figures to convert to Atenism.

Detail from the Tomb of Ramose. Dynasty Thebes, Limestone relief with black painted highlights.

Egyptian Canopic Jar Ca 400-200 BC. Containers like thes held the deceased's lungs, stomach, liver, and intestines. The jackal, Daumetef, is guardian of the stomach.

Canopic Jar - c. Canopic jars were used by ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the viscera of their owner for the afterlife.

♔ Painting from the tomb chapel of Nebamun

Tomb-chapel of Nebamun Thebes, Egypt Late Dynasty, around 1350 BC (location Room 61 Bristish Museum)

Papyrus of Ani: Theban Book of the Dead  c. 1250 BCE

The ancient Egyptian sky god Horus, depicted as a falcon crowned with a solar disc in the Papyrus of Ani, a Theban book of the dead, 1250 BC; the goddesses Nepthys and Isis are shown worshipping him, and are identifiable by their headdresses.

Bastet, 664-30 B.C. Egypt, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Florence Blumenthal, 1934 (34.6.1)

Bastet Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: B. Geography: From Egypt Medium: Bronze, precious metal and black bronze inlays, silver inlay

Alabaster perfume vase from King Tut's tomb

♔ Bottles & Boxes ♔ perfume, pill, snuff, cigarette cases & decorative containers - Alabaster perfume vase from King Tut's tomb

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rasarnava: “ Detail of wall painting in Queen Nefertari’s (wife of Ramesses II) tomb — the goddess Hathor holds the hand of the dead queen. Around her arms, Nefertari wears a piece of jewelry made up.

Statue Of The Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet. A warrior goddess, Sekhmet also watched over childbirth and conferred blessings on children. The statue is located in The Metropolitan Museum Of Art, New York. Photo by Pigalle, via Flickr

Statue Of The Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet. A warrior goddess, Sekhmet also watched over childbirth and conferred blessings on children. The statue is located in The Metropolitan Museum Of Art, New York. Photo by Pigalle.

Scarab. The scarab beetle in ancient Egypt was associated with the sun and renewal. Egyptians worshipped the scarab under the name Khepri: “He who came forth from the earth”

The scarab beetle in ancient Egypt was associated with the sun and renewal. Egyptians worshipped the scarab under the name Khepri: “He who came forth from the earth”

The face of the goddess Hathor, with cow ears. A fragment of a capital from a column. 3rd century BC, Ptolemaic. located in Louvre Museum.

The face of the goddess Hathor, with cow ears. A fragment of a capital from a column. Go for a vacation to the Ancient Egypt now with us.

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