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King Tut's still-born baby girl found in his tomb. DNA tests also found she had Marfan Syndrome. One other baby was found w/the king that was much smaller then this one. These two tiny babies are the only examples of mummified fetuses in ancient Egypt

King Tut's still-born baby girl found in his tomb. DNA tests also found she had Marfan Syndrome. One other baby was found w/the king that was much smaller then this one. These two tiny babies are the only examples of mummified fetuses in ancient Egypt

It was believed that eye make-up could ward off evil spirits and improve the sight. Even the poor wore eye make-up in ancient Egypt. The production of cosmetics during ancient Rome was usually done by female slaves called "Cosmetae."

It was believed that eye make-up could ward off evil spirits and improve the sight. Even the poor wore eye make-up in ancient Egypt. The production of cosmetics during ancient Rome was usually done by female slaves called "Cosmetae."

Queen Nefretiti, Temple of Amenhotep IV, Luxor (East Thebes), Egypt, c. 1353–1336 BC. (photo by Zangaki, late 19th century)

Queen Nefretiti, Temple of Amenhotep IV, Luxor (East Thebes), Egypt, c. 1353–1336 BC. (photo by Zangaki, late 19th century)

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kEMETIC GOODESS

Linen tunic garment with scooped neck and fringed lower border, from a Theban tomb. Upper Egypt 18th Dynasty, c.1350BC, reign of king Akhenaten. British museum.

Linen tunic garment with scooped neck and fringed lower border, from a Theban tomb. Upper Egypt 18th Dynasty, c.1350BC, reign of king Akhenaten. British museum.

The Royal Wife Hetepheres' bedroom equipment: a low wooden bed with a headboard and headdrest, a wooden, removable, 3 parts baldaquin for curtains and isolation; on the floor, left, a long wooden chest for storing the folded linen curtains; right, a throne chair. Digital art rendering by Tatiana Alexandrova. Tomb of Hetepheres I, Royal Wife of King Snefru, mother of King Khufu. 4th dynasty, ancient Egypt. Original pieces at Cairo's Egyptian museum.

The Royal Wife Hetepheres' bedroom equipment: a low wooden bed with a headboard and headdrest, a wooden, removable, 3 parts baldaquin for curtains and isolation; on the floor, left, a long wooden chest for storing the folded linen curtains; right, a throne chair. Digital art rendering by Tatiana Alexandrova. Tomb of Hetepheres I, Royal Wife of King Snefru, mother of King Khufu. 4th dynasty, ancient Egypt. Original pieces at Cairo's Egyptian museum.

.The city of Heracleion, home of the temple where Cleopatra was inaugurated…

Mapped for the first time, the real-life Atlantis: 3D map shows how Egyptian trade centre buried for 1,200 years would have looked

Shabti Box Of The Theban Priestess Henutmehyt  --  Dynasty 19 or 20, After the New Kingdom  --  Circa 1250 BCE  --  Egypt  --  Belonging to The British Museum

Shabti Box Of The Theban Priestess Henutmehyt -- Dynasty 19 or 20, After the New Kingdom -- Circa 1250 BCE -- Egypt -- Belonging to The British Museum

Beadnet dress, from Giza, tomb G 7440 Z. Made of faience, and dating to the 4th dynasty, from the reign of Khufu, circa 2551-2528 B.C. Now residing in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.  Khufu reign: 2589 to 2566 BC    Egypt Tour Packages, Egypt Travel Tours, Egypt Tours    www.blueskygroup.net

Beadnet dress, from Giza, tomb G 7440 Z. Made of faience, and dating to the 4th dynasty, from the reign of Khufu, circa 2551-2528 B.C. Now residing in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Khufu reign: 2589 to 2566 BC Egypt Tour Packages, Egypt Travel Tours, Egypt Tours www.blueskygroup.net

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