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Apis Bull of Hadrian is safe and sound: antiquities ministry - Greco-Roman - Heritage

Sculptor's Model with a Relief of a Bull

Sculptor's models such as this were used in the workshops of craftsmen for study and demonstration. Some of them were also donated to temples. The image of the bull is not only a representation of the animal, but also a hieroglyphic script sign.

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Egypt – The Civilization - Egyptian Art - Handmade Oil Painting On Canvas

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*EGYPTIAN:  Edfu Temple of Horus (by garda)

*EGYPTIAN: Edfu Temple of Horus (by garda). Astrogeo pos: the midpoint of the temple locatedis located right in the middle in the service orientated air sign Libra the sign of the angels, beauty, decoration, harmony, square forms and symmetry.

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This Graeco-Roman temple was built by the pharaoh Tuthmosis III in honor of the ram-headed god Khnum. This image was taken in the

Head of Hatshepsut from a colossal statue, limestone and pigment, New Kingdom, dyn. 18, from Deir el Bahri, Egyptian Museum.

Head of a Statue of Queen Hatshepsut - Painted Limestone Size: Height 61 sm Deir el-Bahri, Funerary Temple of Hatshepsut, Dynasty, Reign of Queen Hatshepsut BC)

APIS, dieu de la fertilité et de la force physique. Statuette en bronze du dieu Apis sous sa forme anthropomorphe - Musée du Louvre, Paris.

APIS, dieu de la fertilité et de la force physique. Statuette en bronze du dieu Apis sous sa forme anthropomorphe - Musée du Louvre, Paris.

Egypt, Abydos. A fragment of a colossal figure. Locus: Portal Temple. Periods:18th through the 19th Dynasties,

This is a fragmentary bust from one of a series of colossal figures that originally decorated the front of a row of rectangular pillars in the courtyard of a small temple at Abydos.

During captivity under the swamp pirate Ramses pharaohs, the Israelites were the first group to begin worshipping gold as its own god, in the form of the “golden calf” in an open rejection of Yah and the Divine Creator. The calf was later also adopted as a false god by the Menes-Heh themselves.

During captivity under the swamp pirate Ramses pharaohs, the Israelites were…

Mummified bull

Mummified Apis Bull, ca.

Relief depicting King Nebhepetre Montuhotep II with short wig. Deir el-Bahari. National Museum of Scotland.

Relief fragment depicting King Nebhepetre Montuhotep II from his mortuary temple at Deir el-Bahri, Thebes, Egypt © National Museums Scotland

An ancient Egyptian bronze figure depicting Apis, dating to the Late Period, 664 – 332 BC

An ancient Egyptian bronze figure depicting Apis, dating to the Late Period, 664 – 332 BC

bronze statue of the King offering to the bull 600bc late period

Bronze statuette group of the king before the Apis bull From Egypt Late Period, after 600 BC The king offering before the Apis bull

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