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Papyrus is made from a plant that grows on the banks of the Nile River in Egypt. Aquatic plant, Cyperus papyrus, up to 15 feet. Its green, triangular stem has long pointed leaves

Le pharaon et son harem

Détail d’illustration de jugement dernier sur papyrus d’ Honefer

It was believed in Ancient Egypt that after death, the soul of the deceased would enter the Underworld and face a series of trials, the final one being the weighing of the heart.

Как известно, стиль европейского классицизма появился, как копирование и творческая переработка архитектурных стилей древних времён. В первую очередь Древняя…

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COMPASS Title: Funerary cloth of Isetnefret

Funerary Cloth of Isetnefret From Egypt New Kingdom, BC Bequeathed by Sir Robert Ludwig Mond

In 1971, the Rosicrucian Museum in California acquired two sealed ancient Egyptian coffins from Neiman-Marcus. One of the coffins contained a remarkably we

Usermontu: a remarkable Egyptian mummy known for its ancient metal orthopedic pin with advanced biomechanical principles

In the Rosicrucian Museum in California acquired two sealed ancient Egyptian coffins from Neiman-Marcus. One of the coffins contained a remarkably well-preserved mummy.

This is how the tomb of the boy king Tutankhamun appeared to archaeologist Howard Carter when he discovered it in 1922.

this is how the tomb of the boy king tutankhamun appeared to archaeologist howard carter when he discovered it in 1922

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A funeral director, also known as a mortician or undertaker, is a professional involved in the business of funeral rites. These tasks often entail the embalming and burial or cremation of the

Field Museum of Natural History  Chicago, IL  Egyptian mummy with amulets

Field Museum of Natural History Chicago, IL Egyptian mummy with amulets Note: I used to get creeped out looking at the mummy display at the Field Museum!

2000 BC - The ancient Egyptians were the first to widely adopt the power of hot tubs. Egyptian were fixated on cleanliness.  So much so, that foreigners (thought) to be dirty & those who didn't have access to personal hygiene they were despised.

2000 BC - The ancient Egyptians were the first to widely adopt the power of hot tubs. Egyptian were fixated on cleanliness. So much so, that foreigners (thought) to be dirty & those who didn't have access to personal hygiene they were despised.

Mummy of Pharaoh Ramses II of Egypt

The Greatest Artifacts from Ancient Egypt