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https://flic.kr/p/7wzLh3 | Family Stele | Here we have a fellow named Iueferbak and his lovely wife, Nebetiunet and his two important sons Neferhetep and Nakht. Along the bottom are a brood of other sons and daughters.

Here we have a fellow named Iueferbak and his lovely wife, Nebetiunet and his two important sons Neferhetep and Nakht. Along the bottom are a brood of other sons and daughters.

Stela of the lector priest of Amun...artwork to use with the Ancient Egypt unit

Stela of the lector priest of Amun.artwork to use with the Ancient Egypt unit

A man named Amenemopet dedicated this stela to members of his family. His father, Pahur, and mother, Mery, are seated at the upper left and receive offerings from Amenemopet. Behind Mery's chair is another son whose name is not preserved

A man named Amenemopet dedicated this stela to members of his family. His father, Pahur, and mother, Mery, are seated at the upper left and receive offerings from Amenemopet. Behind Mery's chair is another son whose name is not preserved

Limestone funerary stele of Tembu with polychrome paint. New Kingdom. Early 18th dynasty, c. 1500-1470 B.C.E. | The Walters Art Museum

Limestone funerary stele of Tembu with polychrome paint. The Walters Art Museum

The Ancient Egyptian Stela of Hesysunebef (Manchester Museum)

Texts in translation #10: The Stela of Hesysunebef (Acc. No. 4588)

The Ancient Egyptian Stela of Hesysunebef inspires the inscribed jewellery in the Monica Vinader Atlantis Collection

The offering formula shown on a funerary stela. On this particular stela, the formula begins on the first line and reads from right to left.  The Ancient Egyptian offering formula, was written in ancient Egypt as an offering for the deceased.

The offering formula shown on a funerary stela. On this particular stela, the formula begins on the first line and reads from right to left. The Ancient Egyptian offering formula, was written in ancient Egypt as an offering for the deceased.

Panel of Tellus (close-up).  Left part of the east facade of the Ara Pacis Augustae (upper panel). Marble. Rome, Altar of Augustan Peace (Ara Pacis Augustae).

Déesse du vent figurant avec son dragon sur l autel de l Ara Pacis. Panel of Tellus (close-up). Left part of the east facade of the Ara Pacis Augustae (upper panel). Rome, Altar of Augustan Peace (Ara Pacis Augustae).

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