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EGYPTIAN PAINTED WOOD FALCON  LATE PERIOD-PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH-2ND CENTURY B.C.  With traces of yellow pigment on body, the facial markings, part of wing and forepart delineated in black, base with remains of dowel  5¼ in. (13.3 cm.) long

AN EGYPTIAN PAINTED WOOD FALCON Late Period–Ptolemaic Period (ca. – century BC) With traces of yellow pigment on body, the facial markings, part of wing and forepart delineated in black, base with remains of dowel.

Thematic Essay, Egypt in the Third Intermediate Period (1070-712 BC). At The Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Ram head for attachment, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty ca. Egypt Leaded bronze, precious metal leaf, copper alloy inlay in eye rims

Relief of Ramses II: Medium: Limestone, paint Possible Place Collected: Abydos, Egypt Dates: ca.E. Dynasty: XIX Dynasty Period: New Kingdom

Mininga-univers.

Inlay of the hieroglyphic sign "heh" meaning "millions of years" - Late Period–Ptolemaic Period, century B. - From Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein) - Faience, polychorme

Inlay depicting the squatting god Re - Late Period–Ptolemaic Period, 4th century B.C. - From Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein) - Medium: Faience, polychrome

Inlay depicting the squatting god Re - Late Period–Ptolemaic Period, century B. - From Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein) - Medium: Faience, polychrome

Inlay depicting Thoth as the ibis with a maat feather - Late Period–Ptolemaic Period, 4th century B.C. Geography: From Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein) - Faience, polychrome

An ancient Egyptian faience inlay depicting Thoth, god of wisdom, as the ibis with a feather, symbolising Maat, the goddess of truth/truth. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art) ~ Thoth was very wise and had access to a great library of learning.

Canopic jars were used by the Ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the viscera of their owner for the afterlife

Used by the Ancient Egyptians during the mummification process Canopic jars stored and preserve the viscera(Internal organs) for the journey to the afterlife.

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Steleophorus statue, provenance unknown, Dynasty reign of Tuthmosis III-IV…

El busto de Nefertiti es un busto de piedra caliza pintado de Nefertiti, la gran esposa real del faraón egipcio Akhenaton, y una de las obras más copiadas del antiguo Egipto. Debido al trabajo, Nefertiti se ha convertido en una de las mujeres más famosas del mundo antiguo, y un icono de la belleza femenina. Se cree que el trabajo fue elaborado en 1345 AC por el escultor Thutmose.

Egyptian bust of Queen Nefertiti - (Neues Museum, Berlin) - The Nefertiti Bust is a painted limestone bust of Nefertiti, the Great Royal Wife of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten, and one of the most copied works of ancient Egypt.

Authentic Ancient Egyptian artifacts God Thoth Canopic Jar 1570 - 1085 BC

Authentic Ancient Egyptian artifacts God Thoth Canopic Jar 1570 - 1085 BC (Example of similar types of artifacts discovered in Queen Maát's tomb, a tomb referenced in the fictional fantasy book series 'The House of Thoth', written by LA Edwards)

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