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Kemet. A culture so advanced muslims christians n jews still pay homage to their God Amen after every prayer they say.

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Kemet. A culture so advanced muslims christians n jews still pay homage to their God Amen after every prayer they say.

illuminatetheworld:    Beadnet Dressc.2551-2528 BCEEgyptianOld Kingdom, Dynasty IV

illuminatetheworld: Beadnet Dressc.2551-2528 BCEEgyptianOld Kingdom, Dynasty IV

An Egyptian Old Kingdom Gold Baboon Amulet. Egypt, Old Kingdom, ca. 2800 BC. Babi the god of male potency.

An Egyptian Old Kingdom Gold Baboon Amulet. Egypt, Old Kingdom, ca. 2800 BC. Babi the god of male potency.

Head of a Pharaoh, ca.2675-2130 BCE, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 5 or 6. Stone and copper, h: 73.0 cm. The headgear and moustache identify the figure as an Egyptian pharaoh; the tall crown with the rounded top, known as the White Crown, signified rule over southern Egypt. Broken at the neck, the head originally belonged to a full, probably standing, statue of the kind placed in tombs to serve as eternal images of the deceased

Head of a Pharaoh, ca.2675-2130 BCE, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 5 or 6. Stone and copper, h: 73.0 cm. The headgear and moustache identify the figure as an Egyptian pharaoh; the tall crown with the rounded top, known as the White Crown, signified rule over southern Egypt. Broken at the neck, the head originally belonged to a full, probably standing, statue of the kind placed in tombs to serve as eternal images of the deceased

Triad of Menkaure, c. 2,600-2,480 BC,  Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt, (Old Kingdom) The Pharaoh, Menkaure stands between the goddess Hathor and the his wife, both protecting   the "nome" of Cynopolis

Triad of Menkaure, c. 2,600-2,480 BC, Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt, (Old Kingdom) The Pharaoh, Menkaure stands between the goddess Hathor and the his wife, both protecting the "nome" of Cynopolis

Pepi II (2284 BC - after 2247 BC, probably either c. 2216 or c. 2184 BC[2])[note 1] was a pharaoh (reigned from c. 2278 BC) of the Sixth dynasty in Egypt's Old Kingdom. His throne name, Neferkare (Nefer-ka-Re), means "Beautiful is the Ka of Re". He succeeded to the throne at age six, after the death of Merenre I.

Pepi II (2284 BC - after 2247 BC, probably either c. 2216 or c. 2184 BC[2])[note 1] was a pharaoh (reigned from c. 2278 BC) of the Sixth dynasty in Egypt's Old Kingdom. His throne name, Neferkare (Nefer-ka-Re), means "Beautiful is the Ka of Re". He succeeded to the throne at age six, after the death of Merenre I.

Old Kingdom Egypt  Sure in the hell doesn't look European.

Old Kingdom Egypt Sure in the hell doesn't look European.

Pyramid Texts  In Ancient Egypt, religious texts inscribed on walls and sarcophagi in certain pyramids during the Old Kingdom.

Pyramid Texts In Ancient Egypt, religious texts inscribed on walls and sarcophagi in certain pyramids during the Old Kingdom.

Monuments of Ancient Egypt: the collapsed pyramid of Meidum (Maidum) attributed to Sneferu or Huni (Old Kingdom).  It is known as "el-haram el-kaddab" (the "False Pyramid") in Arabic because it now barely resembles a pyramid. It seems to have been designed as a seven step pyramid.

Monuments of Ancient Egypt: the collapsed pyramid of Meidum (Maidum) attributed to Sneferu or Huni (Old Kingdom). It is known as "el-haram el-kaddab" (the "False Pyramid") in Arabic because it now barely resembles a pyramid. It seems to have been designed as a seven step pyramid.

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