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Egypt - Cairo - Ancient Memphis (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979). Alabaster sphinx, 19th Dynasty (1341-1200 BC). Detail (с) DEA / W. BUSS

View Stock Photo of Egypt Historic Cairo Colossal Statue Of Ramses Ii At Ramses Square Detail.

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Sarcophagi in The Sarcophagi Room of The louvre The first is the coffin of Ânkhapy, priest of the king Snéfrou and the God Ptah The third one along is The Sarcophagus of Dioscorides, A Greek Egyptian, Ptolemaic Period century BC.

Rishi coffin in the Metropolitan Museum

Near Eastern Archaeology

Egypt, Nubia, Abu Simbel, Great Temple of Ramses II, Colossus of the pronaos (c)

Egypt, Nubia, Abu Simbel, Great Temple of Ramses II, Colossus of the pronaos (c)

Coffin with mummy of Ahmose I. From the Royal Cache in Deir el-Bahri.

He was a German Egyptologist who spent over 40 years at Boulak Museum as an assistant conservator.

Nephthys - Greco-Roman era painted image on a linen and tempera shroud - c. 300-200 B.C. - Metropolitan Museum of Art

Learn and talk about Nephthys, Death goddesses, Egyptian goddesses, Sea and river goddesses

Relief, Old Kingdom.

Relief, Old Kingdom.

III. Amenemhet.JPG

Praying statue of king Amenemhet III BC), Neues Museum, Berlin

A faience overseer shabti from the burial of Takeloth, found in the tomb of his father Prince Shoshenq, priest of Ptah at Memphis

A faience overseer shabti from the burial of Takeloth, found in the tomb of his father Prince Shoshenq, priest of Ptah at Memphis

Relief of Amenhotep I, 1525 - 1504 BC, Karnak. Now at Museum Barracco

Rom, Museo Barracco, fragmentarisches Relief des Amenhotep I. (fragmentary relief of Amenhotep I.

Canopic jar of Teti Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Date: ca. 1479–1390 BC Geography: From Egypt Medium: Pottery, paint

*EGYPT ~ Canopic jar of Teti Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Date: ca. BC Geography: From Egypt Medium: Pottery, paint

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