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ESTE BLOG ESTÁ DEDICADO A TODAS AQUELLAS PERSONAS QUE SIENTEN LA HISTORIA Y EL ARTE

ESTE BLOG ESTÁ DEDICADO A TODAS AQUELLAS PERSONAS QUE SIENTEN LA HISTORIA Y EL ARTE

Statue of Pharaoh Horemheb with the god Amun.

Statue of Pharaoh Horemheb with the god Amun.

This is the sarcophagus of the vizier Gemenefherbak, XXVI Sais dynasty (664-525 a.C), sculpted in basalt.    On the chest a great winged scarab is engraved, a symbol of rebirth and regeneration

This is the sarcophagus of the vizier Gemenefherbak, XXVI Sais dynasty (664-525 a.C), sculpted in basalt. On the chest a great winged scarab is engraved, a symbol of rebirth and regeneration

Rising sun in guise of falcon god Ra-Horakhty, from Deir el-Medina. Limestone, height 70 cm. New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, Reign of Ramesses II. Egyptian Museum, Turin. Photo Credit: G. Dagli Orti.

Rising sun in guise of falcon god Ra-Horakhty, from Deir el-Medina. Limestone, height 70 cm. New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, Reign of Ramesses II. Egyptian Museum, Turin. Photo Credit: G. Dagli Orti.

Figures of God Amun, Min-Amun and miniature stela displayed at the Louvre.

Figures of God Amun, Min-Amun and miniature stela displayed at the Louvre.

The Pharaoh’s Magic - Imagery and Diplomacy in the Late Bronze Age - The ASOR Blog

The Pharaoh’s Magic - Imagery and Diplomacy in the Late Bronze Age - The ASOR Blog

Head of Tutankhamun,New Kingdom,Dynasty 18,c.a. 1336–1327 B.C.

Head of Tutankhamun,New Kingdom,Dynasty 18,c.a. 1336–1327 B.C.

Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut Northwest corner, second terrace Deir el Bahari, Egypt 1470 BC ca

Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut Northwest corner, second terrace Deir el Bahari, Egypt 1470 BC ca

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