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Hatshepsut from Deir al-Bahri, Egypt - Hatshepsut is one of the most famous queens of Egypt who also ruled as pharaoh. She was the 5th pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty. Her mummy may have been in KV 60. Although a Middle Kingdom female pharaoh, Sobekneferu/Neferusobek, had ruled before Hatshepsut, being a woman was an obstacle, so Hatshepsut dressed as a man.  Lived at the beginning of the fifteenth century BC, belonging to the Eighteenth Dynasty of the New Kingdom.

Hatshepsut from Deir al-Bahri, Egypt - Hatshepsut is one of the most famous queens of Egypt who also ruled as pharaoh. She was the 5th pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty. Her mummy may have been in KV 60. Although a Middle Kingdom female pharaoh, Sobekneferu/Neferusobek, had ruled before Hatshepsut, being a woman was an obstacle, so Hatshepsut dressed as a man. Lived at the beginning of the fifteenth century BC, belonging to the Eighteenth Dynasty of the New Kingdom.

Statuette of the deified Queen Ahmose Nefertari- Blue body?...interesting

Statuette of the deified Queen Ahmose Nefertari- Blue body?...interesting

MUMMIA 3

MUMMIA 3

Ahmose Nefertari, wife of Ahmose and mother of Amenhotep

Ahmose Nefertari, wife of Ahmose and mother of Amenhotep

Gli Arcani Supremi (Vox clamantis in deserto - Gothian): Abbigliamento e moda nell'Antico Egitto

Gli Arcani Supremi (Vox clamantis in deserto - Gothian): Abbigliamento e moda nell'Antico Egitto

Hatshepsut (Hatshepsowe), one of the rare women pharaohs of Egypt, had a long and successful reign marked by remarkable building projects and lucrative trading expeditions. She campaigned in Nubia (perhaps not in person), sent a fleet of ships to the land of Punt, and had an impressive temple and mortuary complex built in the Valley of the Kings Karima and i went to her shrine.

Hatshepsut (Hatshepsowe), one of the rare women pharaohs of Egypt, had a long and successful reign marked by remarkable building projects and lucrative trading expeditions. She campaigned in Nubia (perhaps not in person), sent a fleet of ships to the land of Punt, and had an impressive temple and mortuary complex built in the Valley of the Kings Karima and i went to her shrine.

ufansius:  22 stone and faience scarabs (circa 2000 BCE-30 BCE) mounted with a Horus falcon amulet in a late 19th-century Egyptian Revival necklace.

ufansius: 22 stone and faience scarabs (circa 2000 BCE-30 BCE) mounted with a Horus falcon amulet in a late 19th-century Egyptian Revival necklace.

This is a bust of the ancient Egyptian Queen Tiye. She was the wife of Pharaoh Amenhotep III and the mother of the Pharaoh Amenhotep IV (Akenaton).  She was also the grandmother of the boy, King Tutankhamen, more commonly known as King Tut.

This is a bust of the ancient Egyptian Queen Tiye. She was the wife of Pharaoh Amenhotep III and the mother of the Pharaoh Amenhotep IV (Akenaton). She was also the grandmother of the boy, King Tutankhamen, more commonly known as King Tut.

Thonis-Heracleion: La mitologica Città Egizia è stata ritrovata dopo 1200 anni  La città scomparsa non era un mito ma realtà storica.  Una città mitologica riemerge dagli abissi del Mar Mediterraneo dopo essere stata sepolta della sabbia e dal fango per più di 1200 anni è stata scoperta a 30 metri sotto il livello del mare ad Abukir, nei pressi di Alessandria.  In fondo al mare d�Egitto è stata ritrovata una città nascosta, una città avvolta per secoli da un mito secondo cui la città era…

Thonis-Heracleion: La mitologica Città Egizia è stata ritrovata dopo 1200 anni La città scomparsa non era un mito ma realtà storica. Una città mitologica riemerge dagli abissi del Mar Mediterraneo dopo essere stata sepolta della sabbia e dal fango per più di 1200 anni è stata scoperta a 30 metri sotto il livello del mare ad Abukir, nei pressi di Alessandria. In fondo al mare d�Egitto è stata ritrovata una città nascosta, una città avvolta per secoli da un mito secondo cui la città era…

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