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Original Late Period Egyptian Cartonnage Mask  http://www.muzeion.com/guilded-mask-with-polychrome-paint.html  Origin: Egypt  Circa: 711-332 BC  Medium: Gold, Linen and Stucco  Collection ID: EG-096

Original Late Period Egyptian Cartonnage Mask http://www.muzeion.com/guilded-mask-with-polychrome-paint.html Origin: Egypt Circa: 711-332 BC Medium: Gold, Linen and Stucco Collection ID: EG-096

Neues Museum Berlin Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung Berlin Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection Berlin  Amenhotep IV - Akhenaten

Neues Museum Berlin Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung Berlin Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection Berlin Amenhotep IV - Akhenaten

Antique Egyptian mummy cartonnage in custom frame    Medium: Polychrome and Jesso on Linen    1st Roman Period    Origin: Egypt

Antique Egyptian mummy cartonnage in custom frame Medium: Polychrome and Jesso on Linen 1st Roman Period Origin: Egypt

Pectoral of Sheshonk II.  Pharaoh Heqakheperre Shoshenq II (887–885 BC) was an Egyptian king of the 22nd dynasty of Egypt. He was the only ruler of this Dynasty whose tomb was not plundered by tomb robbers. His final resting place was discovered within an antechamber of Psusennes I's tomb at Tanis by Pierre Montet in 1939.

Pectoral of Sheshonk II. Pharaoh Heqakheperre Shoshenq II (887–885 BC) was an Egyptian king of the 22nd dynasty of Egypt. He was the only ruler of this Dynasty whose tomb was not plundered by tomb robbers. His final resting place was discovered within an antechamber of Psusennes I's tomb at Tanis by Pierre Montet in 1939.

6. Ancient Egypt (c. 1333-1324 BC) corselet from Tutankhamun's tomb sourced from ARTstor

6. Ancient Egypt (c. 1333-1324 BC) corselet from Tutankhamun's tomb sourced from ARTstor

The diadem was made to be worn above the princess’ wig. cairo egyptian museum-diadem of Princess Sathathor Yunet-JE

The diadem was made to be worn above the princess’ wig. cairo egyptian museum-diadem of Princess Sathathor Yunet-JE

Food Case Probably Containing a Preserved Duck, Egypt, 1550-1479 BC.

Food Case Probably Containing a Preserved Duck, Egypt, 1550-1479 BC.

Cette sculpture "devrait" être la reine Tétishéri... ! (?) (Ttj Srj) En tout cas elle fut bien la grand-mère d'Ahmôsis I ! Le "vainqueur" des "faux amis", les Hyksos… Et fondateur de la 18e dynastie !

Cette sculpture "devrait" être la reine Tétishéri... ! (?) (Ttj Srj) En tout cas elle fut bien la grand-mère d'Ahmôsis I ! Le "vainqueur" des "faux amis", les Hyksos… Et fondateur de la 18e dynastie !

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