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Магическое оживление умершего. Умерший окружен иероглифами «анх» — «жизнь». Справа — Анубис, слева — бог, имя которого не обозначено

Магическое оживление умершего. Умерший окружен иероглифами «анх» — «жизнь». Справа — Анубис, слева — бог, имя которого не обозначено

The Official Robert Bauval Website - The Lion (Leo) was known in the New Kingdom - (1)

The Official Robert Bauval Website - The Lion (Leo) was known in the New Kingdom - (1)

A gazelle and a lion play a game of senet, and a fox, jackal or wolf acts as a herdsman

A gazelle and a lion play a game of senet, and a fox, jackal or wolf acts as a herdsman

Facsimile in the EES collection of ‘birds in Acacia’ from the tomb of Khnumhotep II at Beni Hasan. Painted in 1891 by M W Blackden.

Facsimile in the EES collection of ‘birds in Acacia’ from the tomb of Khnumhotep II at Beni Hasan. Painted in 1891 by M W Blackden.

tutankhamuns wardrobe recreated by Swedish textile museum in Borås. Tunic from his childhood

tutankhamuns wardrobe recreated by Swedish textile museum in Borås. Tunic from his childhood

Set with a lapis lazuli scarab that supports the solar disk in motion, gold cloisonné pectoral, flanked by two serpents surmounted by the white crown comes from the funerary furnishings of King Sheshonq II at Tanis. It evokes the rebirth of the dead king in the form of a scarab. ~ Cairo Museum, Egypt ~ Miks' Pics "Acnient Egypt" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/ancient-egypt/

Set with a lapis lazuli scarab that supports the solar disk in motion, gold cloisonné pectoral, flanked by two serpents surmounted by the white crown comes from the funerary furnishings of King Sheshonq II at Tanis. It evokes the rebirth of the dead king in the form of a scarab. ~ Cairo Museum, Egypt ~ Miks' Pics "Acnient Egypt" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/ancient-egypt/

Egyptian Ram. The ram is the creature that represents Amun-Ra, God of Kings and King of Gods, the oldest and longest venerated ruler of ancient Egypt.

Egyptian Ram. The ram is the creature that represents Amun-Ra, God of Kings and King of Gods, the oldest and longest venerated ruler of ancient Egypt.

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