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Head of Tutankhamun.New Kingdom, Amarna Period: 18th Dynasty, Reign of Tutankhamun, ca. 1336–1327 B.C., Indurated Limestone

Head of Tutankhamun.New Kingdom, Amarna Period: Dynasty, Reign of Tutankhamun, ca.

humanoidhistory: “ Abu Simbel in Nubia, southern Egypt, 1860s, photo by Francis Frith. (New York Public Library) ”

humanoidhistory: “ Abu Simbel in Nubia, southern Egypt, photo by Francis Frith. (New York Public Library) ”

hismarmorealcalm: “ Statues of Rameses III Mortuary Temple of Rameses III Abu Simbel Unknown photographer ”

Statues of Rameses III Mortuary Temple of Rameses III Abu Simbel Unknown photographer

theancientwayoflife: “~Mask of a young male. Culture: Egyptian Period: Early Roman Imperial Period Date: 30 B.C.–about A.D. 50 ”

Funerary mask for a young man, painted white clay (paint largely worn away) with glass eyes, 30 BC - 50 AD, Egyptian Museum of Fine Arts Boston

~Plaster face from a coffin or mummy case. Culture: Egyptian, New Kingdom Period: Dynasty 18–20 Date:1550–1070 B.C. Findspot: Buhen, Nubia (Egypt)

Plaster face from a coffin or mummy case. Culture: Egyptian, New Kingdom Period: Dynasty B.

The portable Anubis jackal shrine of Tutankhamun.

Ägyptisches Totenbuch — The portable Anubis jackal shrine of Tutankhamun.

~ Head of Tutankhamun. Period: New Kingdom, Amarna Period: 18th Dynasty, Reign of Tutankhamun Date: ca. 1336–1327 B.C. Medium: Indurated Limestone

Head of Tutankhamun.New Kingdom, Amarna Period: Dynasty, Reign of Tutankhamun, ca.

Woman’s shroud  Coptic, Roman Egypt. 4th century AD.  From the Louvre

historyfilia: “ Woman’s shroud Coptic, Roman Egypt. From the Louvre ”

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