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Paintings from the Tomb-chapel of Nebamun | Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom | Egyptian art and culture | Art of the ancient Mediterranean | Khan Academy

Paintings from the Tomb-chapel of Nebamun | Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom | Egyptian art and culture | Art of the ancient Mediterranean | Khan Academy

[Unknown, Garden of Nebamun (Pond in a Garden), ca. 1400-1350 BC, Paint on plaster wall, New Kingdon, Dynasty XVIII, Egyptian Art]

[Unknown, Garden of Nebamun (Pond in a Garden), ca. 1400-1350 BC, Paint on plaster wall, New Kingdon, Dynasty XVIII, Egyptian Art]

Szobrocska Wah [Egyptian; A sírból a Wah, Nyugat-Théba] (20.3.210) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | A Metropolitan Museum of Art

Szobrocska Wah [Egyptian; A sírból a Wah, Nyugat-Théba] (20.3.210) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | A Metropolitan Museum of Art

A bas-relief carving of Seti I and Ramses II at Abydos. A collection of reliefs of these two men was found during the recent digs around Tharu.

A bas-relief carving of Seti I and Ramses II at Abydos. A collection of reliefs of these two men was found during the recent digs around Tharu.

A lion devouring a Nubian, crafted during the 19th dynasty possibly as a fly-whisk handle, symbolizes the valiant ruler of Egypt subjugating..the Nubians to protect his country and avert chaos

A lion devouring a Nubian, crafted during the 19th dynasty possibly as a fly-whisk handle, symbolizes the valiant ruler of Egypt subjugating..the Nubians to protect his country and avert chaos

Paintings from the Tomb-chapel of Nebamun | Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom | Egyptian art and culture | Art of the ancient Mediterranean | Khan Academy

Paintings from the Tomb-chapel of Nebamun | Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom | Egyptian art and culture | Art of the ancient Mediterranean | Khan Academy

Valley of the Kings - Q-files Encyclopedia

Valley of the Kings - Q-files Encyclopedia

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