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Vizier, Philosopher, Astronomer and Architect to King Zozer Old Kingdom
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Vizier, Philosopher, Astronomer and Architect to King Zozer Old Kingdom

Vizier, Philosopher, Astronomer and Architect to King Zozer Old Kingdom
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Statuette of Horus spearing Antelope Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: 664–30 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Bronze or copper alloy
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Elaborately posed, this statue represents Horus striding and spearing an ibex, identifying the god as Horus of Hebenu.

Statuette of Horus spearing Antelope Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: 664–30 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Bronze or copper alloy

Statuette of Horus spearing Antelope  Period:     Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date:     664–30 B.C. Geography:     Country of Origin Egypt Medium:     Bronze or copper alloy
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Egyptian Museum inTurin, the 2nd largest collection of Egyptian art in the World, after El Cairo Museum
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Egyptian Museum inTurin, the 2nd largest collection of Egyptian art in the World, after El Cairo Museum

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Plants or parts of animals may also be incorporated into crowns, including feathers (of falcons or ostriches) and horns (of rams, cattle or gazelles).
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Egypt Picture of the Day: Osiris Resurrected

The double feather (ostrich) crown of ram horns and the circle disk of the sun.

Selket, also known as Selket, Serqet or Selcis.

This is not one of those ‘Christianity is really just Paganism’ posts nor is it a Pagan rant about how the Christians appropriated our God.

Plants or parts of animals may also be incorporated into crowns, including feathers (of falcons or ostriches) and horns (of rams, cattle or gazelles).

Plants or parts of animals may also be incorporated into crowns, including feathers (of falcons or ostriches) and horns (of rams, cattle or gazelles).
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Egyptians believed the journey to immortality was made by boat, so many small boats were found in their tombs. This 8-ft model came from the tomb of Pharaoh Amenhotep II, who died in 1400 BC
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Quest for immortality: Egyptian artifacts visit Nashville through Oct.

Egyptians believed the journey to immortality was made by boat, so many small boats were found in their tombs. This 8-ft model came from the tomb of Pharaoh Amenhotep II, who died in 1400 BC

Egyptians believed the journey to immortality was made by boat, so many small boats were found in their tombs. This 8-ft model came from the tomb of Pharaoh Amenhotep II, who died in 1400 BC
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The goddess Wadjet with the Horus-child
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The goddess Wadjet with the Horus-child

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Decorated Situla, 305-30 BC Egypt, Ptolemaic Dynasty bronze, Diameter - w:15.50 cm (w:6 1/16 inches) Diameter of mouth - w:10.20 cm (w:4 inches) Overall - h:28.30 cm (h:11 1/8 inches) with handle - h:45.20 cm (h:17 3/4 inches). Cleveland Museum of Art

Decorated Situla, BC Egypt, Ptolemaic Dynasty bronze, Diameter - cm inches) Diameter of mouth - cm inches) Overall - cm inches) with handle - cm inches). Cleveland Museum of Art

Mentuhotep II XI DINASTIA

Head of a King, Possibly Seankhkare Mentuhotep III Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty late Reign: reign of Mentuhotep III Date: ca. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt

Bronze carriage fitting. Roman (?). 2nd century A.D. | Los Angeles County Museum… More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Carriage Fitting Western Roman Empire, probably Italy, Roman, century A.

Sarcophagus of Djed-Hor-iuefankh:   Period:    Third Intermediate Period, 21st-22nd Dynasty, circa 1000 BC.

Sarcophagus of Djed-Hor-iuefankh: Period: Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty, circa 1000 BC.

Glazed steatite of kneeling Amenhotep III as the god Neferhotep. New Kingdom. 18th dynasty. Reign of Amenhotep III. 1390–1352 B.C. | The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Kneeling Amenhotep III as the god Neferhotep Egyptian, New Kingdom, Dynasty reign of Amenhotep III, B. Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Portrait of King Amenhotep II, Egypt, 1426-1400 BC. Deep blue glass with light tan surface.

Akhenaten and Amenhotep: Two Egyptian kings on display at CMoG

Portrait of King Amenhotep II, Egypt, BC. Deep blue glass with light tan surface.

A timeline showing the dates, periods, dynasties and significant events in the history and art of ancient Egypt from the Predynastic Period (before 3100 BCE) to the end of the Roman Period (395 CE).

Ancient Egyptian model of a funerary boat. The boat carries the mummy of the deceased under the canopy.

An Egyptian bronze figure of Osiris. Late Period, circa 664-332 B.C.

An Egyptian bronze figure of Osiris. Late Period, circa B.

Coffin decorated with a falcon and two deities. late period, 664–332 B.C. Courtesy of Oriental Institute

Oriental Institute Museum showcases ancient Egyptians’ veneration of birds

Coffin decorated with a falcon and two deities. late period, B. Courtesy of Oriental Institute

Head of Ptolemy II or III, Ptolemaic Period, reign of Ptolemy III Euergetes, ca. 246–221 b.c.  Egyptian  Bronze

Head of Ptolemy II or III Period: Ptolemaic Period Reign: reign of Ptolemy III Euergetes I Date: B. Geography: Egypt Medium: Black bronze --Love the metallic texture!

Egyptian head support

Glass Headrest Photo: Kenneth Garrett From 'Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs', Official Companion Book © 2005 National Geographic Society. {Firmament symbolism in blue and in glass (the substance of the Firmament)]

Pharaoh Timeline images or statues | Statue of Queen Arsinoe II [Egyptian] (20.2.21) | Heilbrunn Timeline ...

Statuette of Arsinoe II for her Posthumous Cult

Statue of Queen Arsinoe II - She was a Ptolemaic Greek Princess of Ancient Egypt and through marriage was Queen of Thrace, Asia Minor and Macedonia as wife of King Lysimachus and later co-ruler of Egypt with her brother-husband Ptolemy II Philadelphus.

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