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Archaeologists have discovered an unknown pharaoh, confirming for the first time the existence of the Abydos Dynasty of pharaohs who ruled an area of Egypt between the northern and southern kingdoms during the Second Intermediate Period around 1650-1550 BCE. The 3,600-year-old remains of King Woseribre Senebkay were found in a tomb that had apparently been looted, as the pharaoh's mummified casing was ripped apart and tomb decorations were missing.

Archaeology: Unknown Pharaoh Discovered, Was Tall for Time; Confirms Existence of Third Dynasty That Ruled Central Egypt : Science : Design & Trend

The relief was originally unearthed in 1996 in King Teti’s royal tomb at the Saqqara necropolis by an Australian-Egyptian excavation mission. It includes a list of the sacred oils used in ancient Egypt including those used by the under-taker Anomeen.

Egypt’s embassy in Bern, Switzerland received the ancient Egyptian Seven Sacred Oils relief within the framework of a bilateral agreement between Switzerland and Egypt prohibiting illegally importing.

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Sarcophagus of Thutmose III in the burial chamber of his tomb. Visit the South Florida Center's Afterlife exhibit to experience a life-size reconstruction of this burial chamber!

LA REINE HATSHEPSOT SANS SES ATTRIBUTS MASCULINS 

Queen Hatshepsut, meaning "Foremost of Noble Ladies" BC), was the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt. She was the second historically confirmed female pharaoh.

Iyineferty's Inner Sarcophagus | This is the inner sarcophagus of Iyineferty. Iyineferty was apparently blind, an illness which set on in her adult life and which she blamed on bad mojo caused by her gossiping neighbours. JP Allen in The Art of Medicine in Ancient Egypt speculates that her slightly off-centre stare is an attempt by the artist to portray this.

Iyineferty's Inner Sarcophagus | This is the inner sarcophagus of Iyineferty. Iyineferty was apparently blind, an illness which set on in her adult life and which she blamed on bad mojo caused by her gossiping neighbours. JP Allen in The Art of Medicine in Ancient Egypt speculates that her slightly off-centre stare is an attempt by the artist to portray this.

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Mummy Case  Graeco-Roman 1st Century BC- 1st Century AD Found Akhmim, Egypt

Polychrome painted cartonnage mummy-case containing the body of an infant, sex uncertain: Skull - Flexed. No obvious fractures. Thorax and Abdomen - Owing to tight bandaging, the thoracic cage has been compressed and some of the ribs are fractured.

Queen Tiye, she became the Great Royal Wife of the Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep III. She is the mother of Akhenaten and grandmother of Tutankhamun. Her mummy was identified as The Elder Lady found in the Tomb of Amenhotep II (KV35) in 2010.

Queen Tiye, she became the Great Royal Wife of the Egyptian Amenhotep III. She is the mother of Akhenaten and grandmother of Tutankhamun. Her mummy was identified as The Elder Lady found in the Tomb of Amenhotep II in

Granite bust of Thutmose IV.  Thutmose's most celebrated accomplishment was the restoration of the Sphinx at Giza.  Legend has it that he stopped to rest under the head of the Sphinx, buried in sand. He soon fell asleep and had a dream in which the Sphinx told him that if he cleared away the sand and restored it he would become the next Pharaoh.  After completing the restoration of the Sphinx, he placed a carved stone tablet, now known as the Dream Stele, between the two paws of the Sphinx.

Thutmose IV (sometimes read as Thutmosis or Tuthmosis IV and meaning Thoth bore him) was the Pharaoh of the dynasty of Egypt, who ruled in approximately the century BC. His prenomen or royal name, Menkheperure, means "Established in forms is Re.

Userkaf – founder of the Fifth dynasty of Egypt. He was the first pharoah that started the tradition of building sun temples at Abusir. He ruled from 2494-2487 BC and constructed the Pyramid of Userkaf complex at Saqqara.

Userkaf, the founder of the Dyn 5 & the pharaoh to start the tradition of building sun temples at Abusir. He ruled from 2487 BC & constructed the Pyramid of Userkaf complex at Saqqara

The Royal Tombs of Tanis, Egypt. Tanis was founded in the late Twentieth Dynasty, and became the northern capital of Egypt during the following Twenty-first Dynasty. The kings at Tanis saw themselves as the legitimate successors on the throne of Upper and Lower Egypt.

The Royal Tombs of Tanis, Egypt. Tanis was founded in the late Twentieth Dynasty, and became the northern capital of Egypt during the following Twenty-first Dynasty. The kings at Tanis saw themselves as the legitimate successors on the throne of Upper and Lower Egypt.

Pyramid-Age Love Revealed in Vivid Color in Egyptian Tomb

Note that the dark lover is the man and his queen is pale. Linsley In the Song of Songs the ruler's sister bride is d.

Queen Neshons, wife of Pinedjem II. handing him one of @Fariska's mojitos. Petrie Museum, London.

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Queen Neshons, wife of Pinedjem II. handing him one of mojitos.

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