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World Timeline Project Objective : In order to understand Ancient History, students must have a firm knowledge about the chronol.

"Djed pillar, Late Period (ca. 688–332 b.c.) Egyptian. This emblem of Osiris, god of the underworld, was a potent symbol of regeneration and therefore made to accompany the mummy on its journey. What the form represents is unknown: a leafless tree or a pole with notches or attachments. Eventually it came to represent the backbone of Osiris and in the New Kingdom decorated the bases of coffins."

(Metropolitan Museum of Art)---Ancient Egyptian faience djed pillar, emblem of Osiris. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Sadigh Gallery's Egyptian Cosmetic Jar, 18th Dynasty (1570-1342 BC), Carved light green limestone with an incised cartouche on either side, Isis, protective Goddess who used magic spells to help people in need, the wife of Osiris and the mother of Horus, in a sun disc crown on the applicator and a handle with a seated cat, the domestic pet and symbol of Bastet (Bast) and Ra, attached to one side of the body of the jar. Tapered bottom and a pedestal base.

Carved light green limestone cosmetic jar with an incised cartouche on either side, Isis, protective Goddess Dynasty.

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The People of ancient Egypt: Pictures Spoon with a handle in the form of a young lute player.

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Stelophorous Statue of Bay Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 19 Reign: reign of Seti I or later Date: ca. Geography: From Egypt Medium: Limestone Dimensions: Overall: H. 15 cm in); 15 cm in) upper half: h.

Brooklyn Museum: Egyptian, Classical, Ancient Near Eastern Art: Donation Stela with Image of the God Heka ("Magic"), the Goddess Sakhmet and a Curse.

Brooklyn Museum: Egyptian, Classical, Ancient Near Eastern Art: Donation Stela with Image of the God Heka ("Magic"), the Goddess Sakhmet and a Curse.

After the party and dinner in the Napoleon III apartments at the Louvre, let’s move on to another department, another continent and another time period! My final stop in this fabulous museum was in...

After the party and dinner in the Napoleon III apartments at the Louvre, let’s move on to another department, another continent and another time period! My final stop in this fabulous museum was in.

Not only were ancient Egyptians the first to invent papyrus paper and writing, they were also the first to invent black ink and popularize the use of reed pens. The ink was made from water, soot and vegetables gums.

Reed pens and black ink – 3200 BCE - Not only were ancient Egyptians the first to invent papyrus paper and writing, they were also the first to invent black ink and popularize the use of reed pens. The ink was made from water, soot and vegetables gums.

Female figure  Period:     Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom Dynasty:     Dynasty 12–18 Date:     ca. 1981–1550 B.C. Geography:     Country of Origin Egypt, MMA Medium:     Limestone, paint

Female figure Period: Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty Date: ca. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, MMA Medium: Limestone, paint Dimensions: h. cm in) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1922 Accession Number: MMA, New York

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