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An ancient Egyptian mystery draws tourists to King Ramses II statue

The light of dawn shines on the statues of Pharaoh Ramses II (right) and Amun, the god of light (left), in the temple of Abu Simbel, located in Aswan, about 785 miles south of Cairo.

Statuette of Amun~Ca. 945-712 B.C., Egypt~gold~The god Amun ("the hidden one") first came into prominence at the beginning of the Middle Kingdom. From the New Kingdom onward, Amun was arguably the most important god in the Egyptian pantheon. As a creator god, Amun is most often identified as Amun-Re (in the typical Egyptian blending of deities, Amun is combined with the main solar deity, Re). His main sanctuary was the immense temple complex at Karnak.

Gold statue of the god Amun Found in Upper Egypt, Ancient Thebes, temple of Karnak Egyptian, dynasty, BC.

Statue of Hathor (ca 530 BC), from the tomb of Psammetik, Saqqara Necroplis, Egypt. Egyptian civilisation, Saite Period, Dynasty XXVI. Detail.  Cairo, Egyptian Museum

Statue of Hathor from the tomb of Psammetik Saqqara Necroplis Egypt Egyptian civilisation Saite Period Dynasty XXVI Detail Cairo Egyptian Museum

A cosmetic spoon in the form of a naked young woman carrying an amphora on her shoulder and a bunch of lotus flowers. She wears a broad collar, a wig and a tiny waistband. New Kingdom, Dynasty, ca.

Statue of Ramesses-Nakht holding the Theban Triad. Ramesses-Nakht (the High Priest of Amun at Thebes from the reigns of Ramesses IV until that of Ramesses IX,20th Dynasty) donating a statue of the Theban family,Amun in the god seated in the middle of the little group wearing tall feathers on his flat topped crown,to his left his wife the goddess Mut with a special tall crown and their son Khonsu sitting at his father’s right. •Egyptian Museum,Cairo•

Statue of Ramesses-Nakht holding the Theban Triad. Ramesses-Nakht (High Priest of Amun during many years in the Dynasty) donating a statue of the theban family, Amun in the god seated in the.

Enigmatic Fragment+++ ملايه = ملايه لَفّ. بنت بلد. و فِعلُها: "فرشت له الملايه" أى خلعت ملايتها أمام بيته أو دكانِهِ وما إلى ذلك (فى حتته) ثم جلست عليه ثم أخذت تردحُ له بالصوتِ الحَيانى لمدة طالت لتَكسِفه MAKE HIM LOOK UTTERLY BAD وسط إخوانه ! فما كان منه إلا أن يغلقَ دكانَه و يلجأ إلى مسجد القيساريه/القيصريه BAZAR حيث يتظاهر بالنوم على بساط المسجد! ثم يعود ليفتح الدكانه ( إن كانت قد زهقت من الردحِ إلى دكان فاضى، فلمت ملايتها لتعود سيرتها الأولى ذاتَ يومٍ آخَر. الجنس اللطيف ! يا لطيف !)

Enigmatic Fragment+++ ملايه = ملايه لَفّ. بنت بلد. و فِعلُها: "فرشت له الملايه" أى خلعت ملايتها أمام بيته أو دكانِهِ وما إلى ذلك (فى حتته) ثم جلست عليه ثم أخذت تردحُ له بالصوتِ الحَيانى لمدة طالت لتَكسِفه MAKE HIM LOOK UTTERLY BAD وسط إخوانه ! فما كان منه إلا أن يغلقَ دكانَه و يلجأ إلى مسجد القيساريه/القيصريه BAZAR حيث يتظاهر بالنوم على بساط المسجد! ثم يعود ليفتح الدكانه ( إن كانت قد زهقت من الردحِ إلى دكان فاضى، فلمت ملايتها لتعود سيرتها الأولى ذاتَ يومٍ آخَر. الجنس اللطيف ! يا لطيف !)

*Shabataka or Shebiteku was a king of Egypt XXV Dynasty of Nubian origin. Ruled between 702 and 690 BC. He was the son of King Piye, having succeeded his uncle Shabaka.*

*Shabataka or Shebiteku was a king of Egypt XXV Dynasty of Nubian origin. Ruled between 702 and 690 BC. He was the son of King Piankhi, having succeeded his uncle Shabaka.

Statuette of Queen Tiye, wife of the pharaoh Amenhotep III, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 (1390- 1352 BC).

Statuette of Queen Tiye, wife of the pharaoh Amenhotep III, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 1352 BC). Courtesy Two Temple Place and Macclesfield Museum.

TDO 4 - Statue de Sésostris III marqué par les ans - ME XIIe dyn (1862-1843 av. J.-C.) - Temple de Médamoud - Grabbro - H.79 L.48 Pr.33cm - Paris, mdL

TDO 4 - Statue de Sésostris III marqué par les ans - ME XIIe dyn (1862-1843 av. J.-C.) - Temple de Médamoud - Grabbro - H.79 L.48 Pr.33cm - Paris, mdL

Nikare with his Wife and Daughter, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 5, reign of Niuserre or later, ca. 2420–2389 B.C. From Egypt, Memphite Region, Saqqara probably Limestone, paint h. 22 7/16 in. (57 cm); w. 8 7/8 in. (22.5 cm); d. 12 13/16 in. (32.5 cm)

“Although much of their artistic effort was centered on preserving life after death, Egyptians also surrounded themselves with beautiful objects to enhance their lives in this world.

Head of King Khafra,Old Kingdom,4th Dynasty, reign of Khafra c.a. 2550 B.C.

Head of King Khafra. Old Kingdom, Dynasty, reign of Khafra, B. Harvard University - Boston Museum of Fine Art Expedition 1921

Seated Statue of Hatshepsut |  Period:New Kingdom Dynasty:Dynasty 18 Reign:Joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III Date:ca. 1479–1458 B.C. Geography:From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri & el- Asasif, Senenmut Quarry, MMA excavations, 1926–28/Lepsius 1843–45 Medium:Indurated limestone, paint

seated statue of hatshepsut, new kingdom (joint reign of hatshepsut and thutmose III), c.

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