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Right side profile view of the statue of Maya and Merit (Leiden).

Maya and his wife Merit. Double statue from the dynasty. Museum of Antiquities, Leiden

Gold sheet collars picture photo. Ancient Egyptian Jewels, Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt

Egyptian jewelry (any period): Wide, jeweled collars covered the chest, which appears in art from the Old Kingdom to the New Kingdom.

Meritaten of the eighteenth dynasty of ancient Egypt, circa 1400 bc; daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten and Queen Nefertiti.

Meritaten of the eighteenth dynasty of ancient Egypt, circa 1400 bc; daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten and Queen Nefertiti. * Meritaten, a Pharoah's Princess* inspired this board.

Ancient History, Ancient Egypt Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Artifacts, Civilization, Relief, African History, Sculptures Murales, Egyptian Symbols

4th C. BCE. The greek letters Ε ϕ (phi) with the Bee on this silver coin indicates the ancient greek city of Ephesus (Turkey) - the obverse would show its other emblem -the stag. The honey bee and the stag are symbols of the Goddess Artemis. Priestesses of Artemis in greek are "melissae" - which translates to "honey bee." Hence,  Ephesus was the City of Artemis. The temple of Artemis was originally built for the mother Goddess Cybele ca. 2000 BCE.

Many Ancient Coins had the emblem of the honey bee, a symbol of wealth and power due in part to the fact that ancient society realized that the honeybee had such control over their food supply. (But why does that bee look more like a wasp?

Tomb-chapel of Nebamun Thebes, Egypt Late 18th Dynasty, around 1350 BC (location Room 61 Bristish Museum)

Tomb-chapel of Nebamun Thebes, Egypt Late Dynasty, around 1350 BC (location Room 61 Bristish Museum)

Kings of ancient Egypt: Pictures

Ancient world history: Interwoven history of all the world's original civilizations in chronological context and in book format: Egypt

Small statue of Akhenaten wearing the Egyptian Blue Crown of War,before the Amarna style. Cairo Museum

Small statue of Akhenaten wearing the Egyptian Blue Crown of War, Cairo Museum, Egypt.

Blue-Painted Ibex Amphora from Malqata. Ca. 1390–1353 B.C.,  Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Malqata. This remarkable vase was found during the  excavations of the palace of Amenhotep III at Malqata in western Thebes. The head of the ibex had broken off, but was found nearby. Like much of the pottery at Malqata, this amphora was made of a red clay covered with a cream colored slip and decorated with blue, red, and black paint.

ancientpeoples: “Blue Painted Ibex Amphora from Malqata Dynasty, New Kingdom BC This remarkable vase was found during the Museum’s excavations of the palace of Amenhotep III at Malqata in western Thebes. The head of the ibex had.

Ushabti of Tutankhamun. Partly gilded wooden ushabti.

Ushabti of Tutankhamun (see high-res) . Image and description via Wiki: "This is a partly gilded wooden ushabti found in the tomb of king Tutankhamun, from the Dynasty of Egypt’s New Kingdom.

Egypt

*EGYPT ~ Mural paintings in the Tomb of Seti I. Valley of the Kings Luxor West Bank.

Vase à parfum symbolisant l'union des deux terres ou "sema-taouy" (albâtre)  La tombe de Toutankhamon (1340-1331 AV. J.C.)

Tutankhamun's Tomb and Treasures. Found in king tuts tomb. The blonde in the pic.

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