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Pit tomb of Queen Hetepheres I wife of Pharaoh Sneferu and the mother of Khufu, dynasty, discovered near the satellite pyramids of the Great Pyramid of Giza in shaft

One of history’s first doctors, Hesire, was the “Chief of Tooth-Doctors and Doctors” at the court of the Old Kingdom pharaoh Djoser. Hesire, from his tomb at Saqqara, Egypt, Dynasty III, Wood. Egyptian Museum, Cairo. ca. 2650 BCE.

Hesire (Pharaoh Djoser's Chief of Tooth Doctors and Doctors) (c. 2650 BCE Egyptian Copt Wood Carving, Tomb of Hesire, Saqqara, Egypt) (Cairo Egyptian Museum)

Interior de la pirámide de Sakara

Fotografías antiguas de Egipto

- Entrada de la Tumba de Tut-Amk-Amón , Valle de los Reyes , Luxor ./Tcc/

In the trenches?: Mr Callender, assistant to British archaeologist Howard Carter at the entrance to the tomb of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun, in the Valley of the Kings at Luxor.

The Serapeum in Egypt, located near the pyramid of Djoser in Saqqara, is an enigmatic sort of underground bunker, first entered by Auguste Mariette in 1851. It is hundreds of meters long with 24 large side-chambers. These side chambers contain enormous granite sarcophagi. They were cut from a single piece of rock and weigh between 60 and 80 tons, and about 20 tons for the lid.

28 Large Stone Boxes in the underground Serapeum at Saqqara are made of granite, presumably brought from Aswan which is 500 miles away. The lid was cut from the same block as the box itself, and the two combined weigh more than 80 tons

Archaeological report: comprising the work of the Egypt Exploration Fund and the progress of egyptology during the year ... 1905-1906

Archaeological report: comprising the work of the Egypt Exploration Fund and the progress of egyptology during the year .

Digital Giza | Red granite sarcophagus of Kawab Digital Giza - Harvard University, Eastern Cemetery: Site: Giza; View: G 7110-7120

Digital Giza | Red granite sarcophagus of Kawab Digital Giza - Harvard University, Eastern Cemetery: Site: Giza; View: G 7110-7120

KV 57 Burial Chamber with Royal Sarcophagus of red granite. Tomb of Horemheb, Dynasty 19. © OSIRISNET.NET

KV 57 Burial Chamber with Royal Sarcophagus of red granite. Tomb of Horemheb, Dynasty 19. © OSIRISNET.NET

Amazing Hand-Tinted Photos of Egypt from the late 19th century

Amazing Hand-Tinted Photos of Egypt from the late 19th century

The Egyptological Bibliophile: Presente y pasado en el Valle de los Reyes

Aerial view of Howard Carter's archaeological excavations of the tombs of the Pharoahs Ramesses VI and Tutankhamen (better known as King Tut), Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, 1922

Funerary chamber of Unas' pyramid Pharaoh of Egypt. Reign: 2375–2345 BC, 5th Dynasty. He was the last ruler of the 5th dynasty. Unas is believed to have had two queens, Nebet and Khenut, based on their burials near his tomb.

Funerary chamber of Unas' pyramid Pharaoh of Egypt. He was the last ruler of the dynasty. Unas is believed to have had two queens, Nebet and Khenut, based on their burials near his tomb.

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