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Egypt, Tell el-Amarna, Bas-relief depicting an offerer, eighteenth dynasty, New Kingdom, limestone 16th-11th Century B.C., Egyptian Museum, Egyptian art

Egypt, Tell el-Amarna, Bas-relief depicting an offerer, eighteenth dynasty, New Kingdom, limestone 16th-11th Century B.C., Egyptian Museum, Egyptian art

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RAMSES I acompañado de los dioses HORUS a la izquierda y ANUBIS a la derecha  a la celebración del Juicio Final ante el Tribunal de Osiris.

RAMSES I acompañado de los dioses HORUS a la izquierda y ANUBIS a la derecha a la celebración del Juicio Final ante el Tribunal de Osiris.

Sarcophagus of Queen Ahmose Merit-Amun from Thebes. Ahmose-Meritamun was the royal daughter of Ahmose I and Ahmose Nefertari, and became the Great Royal Wife of her brother Amenhotep I, pharaoh of...

Sarcophagus of Queen Ahmose Merit-Amun from Thebes. Ahmose-Meritamun was the royal daughter of Ahmose I and Ahmose Nefertari, and became the Great Royal Wife of her brother Amenhotep I, pharaoh of.

https://flic.kr/p/QzT7Fp | 3100-3080 190d PHARAOHS OF EGYPT- The NARMER Palette, detail. Protodynastic Period, ca. 3000 BC. Egyptian Museum Cairo - photo Hans Ollermann 2016. | Egyptian Museum Cairo. Narmer, aka Menes, was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh of the Early Dynastic Period. Probably the successor to the Protodynastic pharaohs Scorpion and/or Ka, some consider him the unifier of Egypt and founder of the First Dynasty, therefore the first pharaoh of a unified Egypt. The identity of…

https://flic.kr/p/QzT7Fp | 3100-3080 190d PHARAOHS OF EGYPT- The NARMER Palette, detail. Protodynastic Period, ca. 3000 BC. Egyptian Museum Cairo - photo Hans Ollermann 2016. | Egyptian Museum Cairo. Narmer, aka Menes, was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh of the Early Dynastic Period. Probably the successor to the Protodynastic pharaohs Scorpion and/or Ka, some consider him the unifier of Egypt and founder of the First Dynasty, therefore the first pharaoh of a unified Egypt. The identity of…

https://flic.kr/p/pPEvp4 | 003 PHARAOHS OF EGYPT- DJOSER - reign ca. 2630–2611 B.C. - Turin | 003 PHARAOHS OF EGYPT- DJOSER - reign ca. 2630–2611 B.C. From Heliopolis. Egyptian Museum (Museo Egizio), Turin. Here you find a link to the website of the museum: www.museoegizio.it/pages/hp_en.jsp

https://flic.kr/p/pPEvp4 | 003 PHARAOHS OF EGYPT- DJOSER - reign ca. 2630–2611 B.C. - Turin | 003 PHARAOHS OF EGYPT- DJOSER - reign ca. 2630–2611 B.C. From Heliopolis. Egyptian Museum (Museo Egizio), Turin. Here you find a link to the website of the museum: www.museoegizio.it/pages/hp_en.jsp

https://flic.kr/p/KZQn2c | 2630-2611 487b PHARAOHS OF EGYPT- Cedar Wood Panel of Hesire, detail. Early Dynasty 3, Reign of DJOSER. Egyptian Museum Cairo, photo Hans Ollermann 2016. | Inv.nr. CG 1429. Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Hesire (also read Hesy-Re and Hesy-Ra) was an Ancient Egyptian high official during the early 3rd dynasty. He is famous for his tomb paintings and his cedar wood panels. Thanks to several clay seal impressions found in Hesy-Ra's tomb, it is today known that this high…

https://flic.kr/p/KZQn2c | 2630-2611 487b PHARAOHS OF EGYPT- Cedar Wood Panel of Hesire, detail. Early Dynasty 3, Reign of DJOSER. Egyptian Museum Cairo, photo Hans Ollermann 2016. | Inv.nr. CG 1429. Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Hesire (also read Hesy-Re and Hesy-Ra) was an Ancient Egyptian high official during the early 3rd dynasty. He is famous for his tomb paintings and his cedar wood panels. Thanks to several clay seal impressions found in Hesy-Ra's tomb, it is today known that this high…

https://flic.kr/p/vV8ub4 | 2551-2528 201 Pharaohs of Egypt- Sarcophagus of Queen Meresankh II, Daughter of KHUFU. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. | Meresankh II was a Queen of Egypt who lived during 4th dynasty. Meresankh II's parents are assumed to be King Khufu and Queen Meritites I given that they are mentioned in Meresankh's mastaba. She is never explicitly called their daughter however. Assuming Meresankh's filiation as stated, this would make Meresankh II a full sister of Prince Kawab and…

https://flic.kr/p/vV8ub4 | 2551-2528 201 Pharaohs of Egypt- Sarcophagus of Queen Meresankh II, Daughter of KHUFU. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. | Meresankh II was a Queen of Egypt who lived during 4th dynasty. Meresankh II's parents are assumed to be King Khufu and Queen Meritites I given that they are mentioned in Meresankh's mastaba. She is never explicitly called their daughter however. Assuming Meresankh's filiation as stated, this would make Meresankh II a full sister of Prince Kawab and…