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Gathering Honey, Tomb of Rekhmire  Nina de Garis Davies  (1881–1965)  Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: reign of Thutmose III–early Amenhotep II Date: ca. 1479–1425 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt

Gathering Honey, Tomb of Rekhmire Nina de Garis Davies Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: reign of Thutmose III–early Amenhotep II Date: ca.

Tumba de Nakht TT52 , Sheikh Abd el-Qurna , Luxor.

Egyptian Beauty, Ancient Egyptian Art, Egyptian Goddess, Ancient Egypt History, African History, Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Luxor, Nephilim Giants

Ay--18th Dynasty.  Ay was the successor of Tutankhamen, who died ca.1323 B.C.E. Ay was followed by Horemheb, the last Pharaoh of the Amarna Period.

All over Africa,Leopard skin are a sign of royal Priesthood and divine kingship.That is why In ancient egypt Leopard skins was worn by priests and Pharaohs. Pre-dynastic or Old Kingdom.

One of the earliest images of a try square that I know of is a carpenter from the tomb of Rekhmire in Egypt, a New Kingdom official from the 18th dynasty (1543-1292 BC). The image shows a carpenter in a traditional (plaid flannel) loincloth using a straightedge on a piece of work. On the floor is a miter square, a form that remained unchanged until the 18th century.

One of the earliest images of a try square that I know of is a carpenter from the tomb of Rekhmire in Egypt, a New Kingdom official from the 18th dynasty (1543-1292 BC). The image shows a carpenter in a traditional (plaid flannel) loincloth using a straightedge on a piece of work. On the floor is a miter square, a form that remained unchanged until the 18th century.

An Egyptian goldsmith working at a small furnace. THE GOLDEN SMITH: Quasi-review: Tut's Tote

THE GOLDEN SMITH: Here is a wall painting of an Egyptian goldsmith working at a small furnace, possibly soldering- using a blow pipe to make the fire hotter, and using tongs- probably of copper or bronze.

Priests of Ancient Egypt Daily Life......Real leopard skins or imitations because of scarcity? (Fresco-Facsimile, New York, Metropolitan Museum)

Priests of Ancient Egypt Daily Life.Real leopard skins or imitations because of scarcity? (Fresco-Facsimile, New York, Metropolitan Museum)

Ancient Egyptian Butchers

Ancient Egyptian Butchers (Notice their color, the Hebrew Israelites were often confused with Egyptians!

Leopard skins worn by priests and pharaohs of Ancient Egypt. Pre-dynastic or Old Kingdom.

Tomb of Neferrenpet. Ancient-Egypt Cult Leopard skins worn by priests and pharaohs of Ancient Egypt. Pre-dynastic or Old Kingdom.

Ancient Africans of Egypt (Kemet)

Ancient Egypt: Tomb of Huy. How the Egyptians saw the Nubian elite. Center figure is identified as Hekanefer, The Prince of Miam. (Now Sudan).

Painting from the tomb chapel of Nebamun: the fragmentary top register shows workers standing in front of a gaggle of geese and presenting a basket of eggs to two seated scribes.

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

Tomb of Amenemipet Luxor, Egypt

Tomb of the priest Amenemipet in Luxor, Egypt - he served under Amenhotep II EGYPT

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