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The Mask of Ka-nefer-nefer, stolen from Egypt and currently in the possession of the St. Louis Museum of Art (St. Louis Museum of Art) The funerary mask of Kanefernefer (St. Louis Art Museum) New Kingdom, Dynasty 19, ca. 1295-1186 BC

The Mask of Ka-nefer-nefer, stolen from Egypt and currently in the possession of the St. Louis Museum of Art (St. Louis Museum of Art) The funerary mask of Kanefernefer (St. Louis Art Museum) New Kingdom, Dynasty 19, ca. 1295-1186 BC

Wooden face with inlaid eyes, originally part of a coffin, 25th Dynasty, Neo New Kingdom, (825 - 670 BCE). Possibly from excavations at Abydos. Courtesy Two Temple Place and Baghshaw Museum (Kirklees Council).

Wooden face with inlaid eyes, originally part of a coffin, 25th Dynasty, Neo New Kingdom, (825 - 670 BCE). Possibly from excavations at Abydos. Courtesy Two Temple Place and Baghshaw Museum (Kirklees Council).

Psusennes I (Greek Ψουσέννης) was the third pharaoh of the 21st Dynasty who ruled from Tanis between 1047 – 1001 BC. Psusennes is the Greek version of his original name Pasibkhanu or Hor-Pasebakhaenniut (Egyptian ḥor-p3-sib3-ḫˁỉ-<n>-niwt) which means "The Star Appearing in the City" while his throne name, Akheperre Setepenamun, translates as "Great are the Manifestations of Ra, chosen of Amun." He was the son of Pinedjem I and Henuttawy, Ramesses XI's daughter by Tentamun. He married his…

Psusennes I (Greek Ψουσέννης) was the third pharaoh of the 21st Dynasty who ruled from Tanis between 1047 – 1001 BC. Psusennes is the Greek version of his original name Pasibkhanu or Hor-Pasebakhaenniut (Egyptian ḥor-p3-sib3-ḫˁỉ-<n>-niwt) which means "The Star Appearing in the City" while his throne name, Akheperre Setepenamun, translates as "Great are the Manifestations of Ra, chosen of Amun." He was the son of Pinedjem I and Henuttawy, Ramesses XI's daughter by Tentamun. He married his…

Head of a woman, possibly Queen Kiya.  Canopic urn, Tomb KV55 in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt.

Head of a woman, possibly Queen Kiya. Canopic urn, Tomb KV55 in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt.

Egyptian Wood Ushabti of Ramses IV, New Kingdom, 20th Dynasty, C. 1153-1147 BC Ramses IV, Ramses also spelled Ramesses or Rameses (died 1150 BC), was a king of ancient Egypt (r. 1156–50 BC) who strove...

Egyptian Wood Ushabti of Ramses IV, New Kingdom, 20th Dynasty, C. 1153-1147 BC Ramses IV, Ramses also spelled Ramesses or Rameses (died 1150 BC), was a king of ancient Egypt (r. 1156–50 BC) who strove...

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