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Ancient Egypt / La Civiltà Egizia

** The Goddess Selket

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Ancient Egypt - Goddess Hathor and Farao <-Yes the original poster spelled it wrong but I decided not to change it.

Cleopatra //Dendera temple // ( Egypt )

One of the few temple wall carvings depicting Cleopatra, Dendera temple, Egypt Image by DSLEWIS

Nefertari also known as Nefertari Merytmut was one of the Great Royal Wives (or principal wives) of Ramesses the Great. Nefertari means 'Beautiful Companion' and Meritmut means 'Beloved of [the Goddess] Mut'. She is one of the best known Egyptian queens, next to Cleopatra, Nefertiti and Hatshepsut. Her lavishly decorated tomb, QV66, is the largest and most spectacular in the Valley of the Queens. Ramesses also constructed a temple for her at Abu Simbel next to his colossal monument here.

*EGYPT ~ Nefertari was the Great Royal Wife of Ramses II, pharaoh of the Dynasty who reigned circa 1290 BCE

Hathor and Re. “Hathor was closely connected with the sun god Re whose disk she wears and whose wife, ‘Eye’ or daughter she was said to be. Thus, Hathor played an important role in the royal sun temples of the later Old Kingdom, and her mythological relationship with the sun god was firmly established. As the ‘Golden One’ she was resplendent goddess who accompanied the sun god on his daily journey in the solar barque, and she could also be feared as the vengeful ‘Eye’ of Re."

Burial chamber of Nefertari, wife of Ramses II, Scene: The God Re-Harakhty and Amentit, the goddess of the West, (Detail). Date circa BCE

Wig Cover Dynasty 18 reign of Thutmose III 1479-1425 BCE from the tomb of the three minor wives of Thutmose III gold gesso carnelian jasper glass (2)

Wig Cover -- -- BCE -- Reign of Thutmose III -- Dynasty 18 -- Excavated from the tomb of the three minor wives -- Gold gesso, carnelian, jasper & glass -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

The history of plisse began with Egyptians / Egyptian and pleats

The history of plisse began with Egyptians / Egyptian and pleats

Cleopatra style

egyptian+art posted by holly at 8 54 am labels art egyptian relief sculpture

Click through the large version for a full-screen view (on a black background in Firefox), set your computer for full-screen. ~ Relief on the back of Tutankhamun's throne ~ Miks' Pics "Ancient Egypt" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/ancient-egypt/

The ornate gold back to Tutankhamun's throne found in his tomb in the Valley of the Kings now in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt

Painted limestone relief of a royal couple in the Amarna style. Some experts believe they portray Smenkhkare and Meritaten. This claim is tenuous at best because of the gait, and more importantly, the walking stick that we have come to associate with Tutankhamun is not a part of the iconography of any other individual from this period. Neues Museum, Berlin.

The Hunt for Ankhesenamun: A Murderess, Vixen or Helpless Child in this Ancient Egyptian Soap Opera?

Painted limestone relief of a royal couple in the Amarna style. Some experts believe they portray Smenkhkare and Meritaten. This claim is tenuous at best because of the gait, and more importantly, the walking stick that we have come to associate with Tutankhamun is not a part of the iconography of any other individual from this period. Neues Museum, Berlin.

Book of the Dead of Nebqed, Ancient Egyptian, 18th dynasty, c1400 BCE. #art #egypt #egyptian

♔ Book of the Dead of Nebqed, Ancient Egyptian, dynasty ~ 1400 BCE.

When the archaeologist Howard Carter opened the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun for the first time on the 26 November 1922, he was overwhelmed by the treasures that met his eyes. Four chambers lay before him, some of them filled to the roof with funerary objects of immeasurable value, destined to accompany the dead king on his journey into the hereafter.

When the archaeologist Howard Carter opened the Egyptian tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun for the first time on the 26 November he was overwhelmed by the treasures that met his eyes.

Ceremonial ostrich fan from tomb of Tutankhamun. located Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

Egypt Ceremonial ostrich fan from tomb of Tutankhamun.

https://flic.kr/p/9xf4oN | Imagen40 | Detalle del respaldo del trono

https://flic.kr/p/9xf4oN | Imagen40 | Detalle del respaldo del trono

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