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Sarcophagi at Deir el-Balah cemetery south of Gaza ca. 1300-1200 BCE. Late Canaanite period ~2mtrs with some lids depicting mummy-like figures. Although the bodies were not embalmed and often held more than one along with funerary gifts. Fashioned by hand using the coil technique as used for large vessels; and fired in an open furnace. The lids were later refired in kilns. Egyptian influence is evident in the Osiris-like beards.

Sarcophagi at Deir el-Balah cemetery south of Gaza ca. 1300-1200 BCE. Late Canaanite period ~2mtrs with some lids depicting mummy-like figures. Although the bodies were not embalmed and often held more than one along with funerary gifts. Fashioned by hand using the coil technique as used for large vessels; and fired in an open furnace. The lids were later refired in kilns. Egyptian influence is evident in the Osiris-like beards.

Bronze Egyptian Goddess    A very large, beautiful and elegant ancient Egyptian bronze statue of the Goddess Aset (Isis in Greek), dating to the 25th (Kushite) dynasty.    via > egyptsearch.com

Bronze Egyptian Goddess A very large, beautiful and elegant ancient Egyptian bronze statue of the Goddess Aset (Isis in Greek), dating to the 25th (Kushite) dynasty. via > egyptsearch.com

Gli Arcani Supremi (Vox clamantis in deserto - Gothian): Pettinature e acconciature dell'Antico Egitto

Gli Arcani Supremi (Vox clamantis in deserto - Gothian): Pettinature e acconciature dell'Antico Egitto

Le Nebbie del Tempo: Tempio di Cleopatra scoperto ad Alessandrio d'Egitto

Le Nebbie del Tempo: Tempio di Cleopatra scoperto ad Alessandrio d'Egitto

Figurine of a fertility goddess Revadim Late Canaanite period, 13th century BCE Clay H: 11; W: 1.4; Th: 1.7 cm Israel Antiquities Authority

Figurine of a fertility goddess Revadim Late Canaanite period, 13th century BCE Clay H: 11; W: 1.4; Th: 1.7 cm Israel Antiquities Authority

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A calf and its shrine, Ashkelon, Middle Canaanite period, 16th century BCE Pottery and silver-plated bronze

A calf and its shrine, Ashkelon, Middle Canaanite period, 16th century BCE Pottery and silver-plated bronze

Magica Natura: CAPRICCIO DI CLEOPATRA - Crema notte antirughe

Magica Natura: CAPRICCIO DI CLEOPATRA - Crema notte antirughe

Gli Egizi, politeisti, adoravano le forze della natura e un gran numero di animali (gatti, buoi, serpenti, coccodrilli, sciacalli, tori, scimmie, scarabei, ibis) e col tempo, anche divinità dall’aspetto umano (Osiride, Iside, Ra e Faraone). Erano convinti dell’immortalità dell’anima, che essa tornasse, di tanto in tanto, a visitare il proprio corpo e che potesse vivere

Gli Egizi, politeisti, adoravano le forze della natura e un gran numero di animali (gatti, buoi, serpenti, coccodrilli, sciacalli, tori, scimmie, scarabei, ibis) e col tempo, anche divinità dall’aspetto umano (Osiride, Iside, Ra e Faraone). Erano convinti dell’immortalità dell’anima, che essa tornasse, di tanto in tanto, a visitare il proprio corpo e che potesse vivere

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