Lilia Romano

Lilia Romano

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I'm Italian born 30 juin 1960 in Pavia, Lombardy. I love cats, ancient egypt and the books.
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Bronze cult object in the form of an aegis topped by the head of a female deity. The goddess wears a long tripartite wig with a crown of hooded uraei. The top of the crown has a tenon for an additional element, now missing. Both eyes were originally inlaid with glass, but only the proper left eye remains. Egypt Period: Late Period Date Made: 664-332 BC Penn Museum

Bronze cult object in the form of an aegis topped by the head of a female deity. The goddess wears a long tripartite wig with a crown of hooded uraei. The top of the crown has a tenon for an additional element, now missing. Both eyes were originally.

Detail of Mummy board of Lineferty Mistress of the house. Tomb of the Noble Sennedjem .Thebes. Egyptian Museum Caïro.

Detail of Mummy board of Lineferty Mistress of the house. Tomb of the Noble Sennedjem .Thebes. Egyptian Museum Caïro.

Detail of outer coffin of Queen Ahmose Meritatun. Egyptian Museum Caïro.

Detail of outer coffin of Queen Ahmose Meritatun. Egyptian Museum Caïro.

The scribe Meryre, detail from the double statue of the high priest Meryre and his wife Aniuia, ca 1335 BC, painted limestone, from the Necropolis of Saqqara, Egypt. Egyptian Civilisation, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII. Cairo, Egyptian Museum.

The scribe Meryre, detail from the double statue of the high priest Meryre and his wife Aniuia, ca 1335 BC, painted limestone, from the Necropolis of Saqqara, Egypt. Egyptian Civilisation, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII. Cairo, Egyptian Museum.

Hathor's head. Faience, from a sistrum's handle. 18th Dynasty. From Thebes, Egypt. The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London

Hathor's head. Faience, from a sistrum's handle. 18th Dynasty. From Thebes, Egypt. The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London

The god Bess depicted as a winged deity. Third Inter-Mediate Period. Egyptian Museum Caïro.

The god Bess depicted as a winged deity. Third Inter-Mediate Period. Egyptian Museum Caïro.

Ebony statue of a man from the erea of King Nefer-Ka-Re.  VIDyn. Saqqara   Egyptian Museum Caïro

Ebony statue of a man from the erea of King Nefer-Ka-Re. VIDyn. Saqqara Egyptian Museum Caïro

Ceremonial Flail of Hapiankhtifi -- Circa 1981-1802 BCE -- Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12 -- Middle Egypt, Meir (Mir), Tomb of Hapi Ankhtifi, Mummy, Khashaba -- Wood, carnelian, faience & gold leaf -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ceremonial Flail (symbol of Osiris) belonging to Hapiankhtifi Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Date: ca. Geography: From Egypt,

A statue of Inuet from the time of Amenhotep III. Inuet was the wife of Montu.

A statue of Inuet from the time of Amenhotep III. Inuet was the wife of Montu.