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Muinainen Egypti

Muinainen Egypti

Statue of Imhotep

Statue of Imhotep

A painting of the God of the underworld Anubis by the Ancient Egyptians. They painted how they percieved their Gods to look. (Laterza.M, 2011)

A painting of the God of the underworld Anubis by the Ancient Egyptians. They painted how they percieved their Gods to look. (Laterza.M, 2011)

Mummy Case  Graeco-Roman 1st Century BC- 1st Century AD Found Akhmim, Egypt

Mummy Case Graeco-Roman 1st Century BC- 1st Century AD Found Akhmim, Egypt

Muinainen Egypti ja hieroglyfit (5.lk)

Muinainen Egypti ja hieroglyfit (5.lk)

Muinainen Egypti (Alakoulun aarreaitta FB -sivustosta / Saara Mälkönen)

Muinainen Egypti (Alakoulun aarreaitta FB -sivustosta / Saara Mälkönen)

An elaborately decorated coffin for an Egyptian mummy. (Photo © iStock.com/Caveman_Lee.)

An elaborately decorated coffin for an Egyptian mummy. (Photo © iStock.com/Caveman_Lee.)

Shabti of Seti I 19th Dynasty, New Kingdom This shabti was one of hundreds made for the pharaoh Seti I, the father of Ramesses II. Shabtis were placed in a tomb so the owner’s spirit would not have to...

Shabti of Seti I 19th Dynasty, New Kingdom This shabti was one of hundreds made for the pharaoh Seti I, the father of Ramesses II. Shabtis were placed in a tomb so the owner’s spirit would not have to...

Seth was the god of chaos. Seth represented everything that threatened harmony in Egypt. He murdered his brother Osiris, then battled with his nephew Horus to be the ruler of the living. At certain times in the history of ancient Egypt, Seth was associated with royalty.

Seth was the god of chaos. Seth represented everything that threatened harmony in Egypt. He murdered his brother Osiris, then battled with his nephew Horus to be the ruler of the living. At certain times in the history of ancient Egypt, Seth was associated with royalty.

Gold finger ring, New Kingdom Period, Ancient Egypt | NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF ATHENS - OFFICIAL SITE

Gold finger ring, New Kingdom Period, Ancient Egypt | NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF ATHENS - OFFICIAL SITE

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