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Images For > Ancient Greek Throne

Popular design motifs included figures of sacred animals such as cow heads, lion heads, and hippopotamuses

Popular design motifs included figures of sacred animals such as cow heads, lion heads, and hippopotamuses

Cleopatra e il serpente ~ Fotografia di Kenneth Garrett ~ Questo bracciale egizio in oro risalente all’epoca di Cleopatra ha la forma di due serpenti spiraleggianti, simbolo di protezione e rigenerazione. // Cleopatra and the snake ~ Photograph by Kenneth Garrett ~ This bracelet of Egyptian gold from the time of Cleopatra has the form of two serpents spiraling, symbol of protection and regeneration.

Cleopatra e il serpente ~ Fotografia di Kenneth Garrett ~ Questo bracciale egizio in oro risalente all’epoca di Cleopatra ha la forma di due serpenti spiraleggianti, simbolo di protezione e rigenerazione. // Cleopatra and the snake ~ Photograph by Kenneth Garrett ~ This bracelet of Egyptian gold from the time of Cleopatra has the form of two serpents spiraling, symbol of protection and regeneration.

Egitto vacanze, Museo Egizio Cairo http://www.italiano.maydoumtravel.com/Pacchetti-viaggi-in-Egitto/4/0/

Egitto vacanze, Museo Egizio Cairo http://www.italiano.maydoumtravel.com/Pacchetti-viaggi-in-Egitto/4/0/

Pharaoh, queen, slave, egyptians, Egypt:

Pharaoh, queen, slave, egyptians, Egypt:

Queen Hetepheres' chair

Queen Hetepheres' chair

The throne chair of king Tutankhamun,  showing Its back, made of wood with a gold leaf finish, inlaid with semi-precious stones and colored glass forming a palace scene, with the king attended to by his Great Royal Wife Ankhesenamen. We can also see the inside of the right arm of the throne, featuring a reversed image of the Ouret winged cobra in a Neb basket, wearing the Hedjet white crown, its wings protecting a Shennu (cartouche) bearing the former name of the king, Tutankhaten. The…

The throne chair of king Tutankhamun, showing Its back, made of wood with a gold leaf finish, inlaid with semi-precious stones and colored glass forming a palace scene, with the king attended to by his Great Royal Wife Ankhesenamen. We can also see the inside of the right arm of the throne, featuring a reversed image of the Ouret winged cobra in a Neb basket, wearing the Hedjet white crown, its wings protecting a Shennu (cartouche) bearing the former name of the king, Tutankhaten. The…

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