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Heart scarab, possibly of Tanwetamani (Nubian, Napatan Period, reign of Tanwetamani, 664–653 B.C.) Nubia (Sudan), El-Kurru, Pyramid 16; Sodic rhyolite

Heart scarab, possibly of Tanwetamani (Nubian, Napatan Period, reign of Tanwetamani, 664–653 B.C.) Nubia (Sudan), El-Kurru, Pyramid 16; Sodic rhyolite

WATCH: Incredible drone footage of Sudan’s mysterious Nubian pyramids - ScienceAlert

WATCH: Incredible drone footage of Sudan’s mysterious Nubian pyramids - ScienceAlert

Travertine head of god Imsety from canopic jar of King Tanwetamani. Nubian. Napatan Period. Reign of Tanwetamani.  664–653 B.C. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Travertine head of god Imsety from canopic jar of King Tanwetamani. Nubian. Napatan Period. Reign of Tanwetamani. 664–653 B.C. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Ancient Egyptian Scarab ring.

Ancient Egyptian Scarab ring.

Heart scarab, possibly of Tanwetamani | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Heart scarab, possibly of Tanwetamani | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Selection of Scarabs, First Intermediate Period (c.2150-2007 BC) to Late Period (664-337BC) Ancient Egyptian.

Selection of Scarabs, First Intermediate Period (c.2150-2007 BC) to Late Period (664-337BC) Ancient Egyptian.

Ankhesenamon A daughter of Akhenaten (r. 1353–1335 BCE) and Queen Nefertiti, she was born to the royal family in the city of ‘Amarna. Ankhesenamon was married to Tut'ankhamun and became queen when he succeeded Smenkharéin 1333 BCE. The royal couple...

Ankhesenamon A daughter of Akhenaten (r. 1353–1335 BCE) and Queen Nefertiti, she was born to the royal family in the city of ‘Amarna. Ankhesenamon was married to Tut'ankhamun and became queen when he succeeded Smenkharéin 1333 BCE. The royal couple...

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Striding statue of Ramses III as a standard bearer of Amun, dyn. 20, New Kingdom, granite, Karnak temple cachette, Egyptian museum

Striding statue of Ramses III as a standard bearer of Amun, dyn. 20, New Kingdom, granite, Karnak temple cachette, Egyptian museum

Tomb of Ipuy, Theban tomb (TT217), Dyn 19, reign of Ramses II

Tomb of Ipuy, Theban tomb (TT217), Dyn 19, reign of Ramses II

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