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Light in the Tomb of Kagemni, Saqqarah. Photography by Greg Reeder

Princess with Nubian wig. Ankhnesneferibre was the daughter of Psamtik II,a pharaoh of the 26th Dynasty (6th century B.C.), which was based in the Delta town of Saite. Ankhnesneferibre was sent to Thebes to hold the office of ‘God’s Wife of Amun’, which was the highest office in the priesthood of the temple of Amun in Karnak.She is wearing a socalled Nubian wig,a headdress that is built up of layers of tightly curled plaits and which is thought to imitate the thick hairstyles of the Nubian…

*EGYPT ~ ’Princess with Nubian wig - Ankhnesneferibre was the daughter of Psamtik II, a pharaoh of the dynasty century BC), which was based in the Delta town of Saite.

Egyptian Painted Wooden Mummy Mask with a False Beard -  Egypt  1295 BC to 1187 BC  15.75" (40.0cm) high Collection: Egyptian Style: 19th Dynasty Medium: Painted Wood

Egyptian Painted Wooden Mummy Mask with a False Beard Egypt 1295 BC to 1187 BC Art From Ancient Lands, The Barakat Gallery. Via Vicki Patton

The Mask of Ka-nefer-nefer, stolen from Egypt and currently in the possession of the St. Louis Museum of Art (St. Louis Museum of Art) The funerary mask of Kanefernefer (St. Louis Art Museum) New Kingdom, Dynasty 19, ca. 1295-1186 BC

The Mask of Ka-nefer-nefer, stolen from Egypt and currently in the possession of the St. Louis Museum of Art (St. Louis Museum of Art) The funerary mask of Kanefernefer (St. Louis Art Museum) New Kingdom, Dynasty ca.

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King Taharqa's Photo Gallery Dynasty) The 'missing nose' phenomena AGAIN!

Gilded outer coffin of Henutmehyt, Thebes, Dynasty XIX British Museum.

A close-up of the outer coffin of the priestess Henutmehyt, with details of her hairstyle and diadem.

Fragmentary black granite sarcophagus depicting the head of Ramesses VI. Originally from his tomb in the Valley of the Kings in Thebes, circa 1150 BC.

Fragmentary black granite sarcophagus depicting the head of Ramesses VI. Originally from his tomb in the Valley of the Kings in Thebes, circa 1150 BC.

;No one rebels against me in all lands. All foreign lands are my subjects. He placed my border at the limits of heaven.” Hatshepsut, Karnak (trans. Lichtheim). Hatshepsut : Hatshepsut (r. c. 1479–1458 BC), king of Egypt. of Dynasty 18, some 1400 years before Cleopatra. Her lifeHatshepsut was the daughter of king Thutmose I and his wife Ahmose. married her half-brother,  ‘A History of Ancient Egypt’ (2010)  can be viewed at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Seated Statue of Hatshepsut Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: Joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III Date: ca. Thebes, Deir el-Bahri & Asasif, Senenmut Quarry & MMA tombs possibly Asasif, MMA

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