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Statue of Minemheb, c. 1391-1353 Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 (1540-1296 BC), reign of Amenhotep III

Granodiorite Statue of Minemheb, ca Dynasty New Kingdom, reign of Amenhotep III, Egypt

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Fotografías antiguas del Antiguo Egipto.

Kneeling Statue of Yuny Period: New Kingdom, Ramesside Dynasty: Dynasty 19 Reign: reign of Seti I Date: ca. 1294–1279 B.C. Geography: From Egypt, Middle Egypt, Asyut (Assiut, Siut; Lykopolis), Tomb of Amenhotep, Necropolis Cliff tomb, Medjdeni, Khashaba excavations, 1913

Middle Egypt, Asyut Tomb of Amenhotep, Necropolis Cliff tomb, Medjdeni, Khashaba.

he Hall of Columns, Karnak ( Luxor) Egypt.

The Hall of Columns , Karnak ( Luxor) Egypt View across centre avenue', 1866 Temple complex at Thebes (Luxor) Watercolour on paper by Richard Phene Spiers English Architect

Painted limestone statue of Tuthmosis III (Men-Kheper-Ra, ruled c.1479 - 1425 BC, 18th Dynasty) from the temple of Mentuhotep II at Deir el Bahri excavated by the Edouard Naville of the Egypt Exploration Fund. The face was removed in antiquity but was recovered and is now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Metropolitan NY

Painted limestone statue of Tuthmosis III (Men-Kheper-Ra, ruled -

Tomb of Nefertari, Tomb 66 in the Valley of the Queens‎, Egypt

Ancient History Egypt - Tomb of Nefertari, Tomb 66 in the Valley of the Queens‎, Egypt

Scribe- Writers - Horemheb tomb, 18th dynasty, Saqqara, Egypt by bertha

Scribe- Writers - Horemheb tomb, dynasty, Saqqara, Egypt by bertha .Egypt is the first to encourage girls teaching.

’Isis and the young Seti at Abydos.’ This relief shows Isis caressing pharaoh Seti I as a child. She says to him: “You are my son, you have come forth from me, I have nursed you, in order to be Ruler of the Two Lands.

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An Ivory Safe Panel -- Egypt -- Dynasty 26 -- No further reference provided.

Ramsés II con divinidad

Colossal statue of the god Ptah-Tatenen holding hands with Ramses II found at Memphis.

Representación de Seshat, "Señora de los libros", diosa de la escritura y la historia; medidora del tiempo; fundadora de templos y protectora de sus bibliotecas.  Ésta  representación  la podemos encontrar en la estatua sedente de Ramsés II en el templo de Luxor. Data de alrededor del 1250 a.C y la muestra escribiendo y describiendo los años futuros del reinado del faraón.

Isis goddess in Luxor temple - Isis is one of the earliest and most important goddesses in ancient Egypt. She was regarded as the feminine counterpart to Osiris, a role she probably occupied before the dawn of dynastic Egypt.

Nile, Egypt

Water, vegetation, and sand along the Nile River, Egypt; you Can really tell how much of a difference that the Nile makes on the surrounding areas.

Statue d'un couple, XVIIIe dynastie, Nouvel Empire - Musée de Karanis

Statue d'un couple, XVIIIe dynastie, Nouvel Empire - Musée de Karanis

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