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Pseudo- group triple statue of prince Rawer, Old Kingdom, Egypt, V dynasty  Wapień, Museum of Egypt in Cairo. He had about 100 statues of himself

Pseudo- group triple statue of prince Rawer, Old Kingdom, Egypt, V dynasty Wapień, Museum of Egypt in Cairo. He had about 100 statues of himself

Head of Shepenupet II from National Museum, Alexandria, Egypt (They weren’t able to get to the nose of this statue)

Head of Shepenupet II from National Museum, Alexandria, Egypt (They weren’t able to get to the nose of this statue)

Pharaoh Sahura

Pharaoh Sahura

Thutmose III.... Many believe this is the 'Moses" of the bible because a lot of information in the bible was taken or copied from Me(d)u or Me(t)u Neter from The Great Oracle of Tehuti and the Kemetian System of Spiritual Cultivation and from the' Book of the Dead" aka "Book of the Coming Forth By Day"....

Thutmose III.... Many believe this is the 'Moses" of the bible because a lot of information in the bible was taken or copied from Me(d)u or Me(t)u Neter from The Great Oracle of Tehuti and the Kemetian System of Spiritual Cultivation and from the' Book of the Dead" aka "Book of the Coming Forth By Day"....

Egyptian ~ Roman-Period 1st-century B.C. ` Cartonnage, gold leaf and pigment.

Egyptian ~ Roman-Period 1st-century B.C. ` Cartonnage, gold leaf and pigment.

Title: Coffin of Queen Ma'at-kere; Émile Brugsch. (Third Intermediate Period - Dynasty XXI)

Title: Coffin of Queen Ma'at-kere; Émile Brugsch. (Third Intermediate Period - Dynasty XXI)

Mastaba de Ti

Mastaba de Ti

Sarcophagus of Iniuia New Kingdom, late 18th and early 19th Dynasties, 1400-1290 BC Saqqara, tomb of Iniuia

Sarcophagus of Iniuia New Kingdom, late 18th and early 19th Dynasties, 1400-1290 BC Saqqara, tomb of Iniuia

Díada de Micerino y su esposa, IV Dinastía. Museo de Bellas Artes de Boston. Es una obra inacabada de bulto redondo. Sus rostros aunque idealizados y distantes son algo más humanizados y el tratamiento de la anatomía, visible incluso bajo la vestimenta femenina, evidencia la perfección alcanzada por los escultores reales de la IV Dinastía.

Díada de Micerino y su esposa, IV Dinastía. Museo de Bellas Artes de Boston. Es una obra inacabada de bulto redondo. Sus rostros aunque idealizados y distantes son algo más humanizados y el tratamiento de la anatomía, visible incluso bajo la vestimenta femenina, evidencia la perfección alcanzada por los escultores reales de la IV Dinastía.

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