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Queen Hetepheres Chair (Furniture in Ancient Egypt. Old Kingdom of Egypt, 2700 - 2200 BCE)

Furniture in the Ancient World: Egypt

Famous Pharaohs: Tutankhamen Treasures (Part 1)

Cow Mehetweret Bed Couch from Tutankhamun's Tomb. It is guilded as an image of Mehetweret("the Great flood"

Ancient Egypt: gold chair found in the tomb of King Tut

If this throne was built to the persons size-they had very long legs!Side of throne chair - lapiz lazuli inlaid into golden falcon wings.

King Tut's burial bed in the form of the Celestial Cow. The Cow represents the Goddess Hathor Mehet-Urt, whose horns are decorated with the solar disk.

The Goddess Mehet-weret Funerary Bed of King Tutankhamun Her name means “The great flood”, she was one of the most important cow goddesses in ancient Egypt together with “Hathor”. She was associated with “Hathor” (being both COW goddesses).

Egyptian ornaments and symbols/good for color choices for embroidery

Another type of old art that I love is any type of ornamentation. It could be on a cieling, or in an old manuscript, or even carved into an original piece of jewelry. What I am showing on this lens is a series of illustrations from a French set of.

Throne of Hetepheres

History of furniture takes us to ancient Egypt today, where this chairs were made with gold. Quite expensive for today, but we can offer you chairs that will make you an Egyptian Pharaoh.

Images For > Ancient Greek Throne

Tomb Raider: ~ Throne of Tutenkhamen, circa BCE. From the tomb of Tutankhamen in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes (New Kingdom). Note: currently in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt.

" Cadeira do Deus Heh, proveniente do túmulo de Tutancâmon. Medidas: 0,47m (larg.) x 0,51m (prof.) x 0,96m (alt.). XVIII Dinastia, 1567-1390 a.C. "

" Cadeira do Deus Heh, proveniente do túmulo de Tutancâmon. Medidas: 0,47m (larg.) x 0,51m (prof.) x 0,96m (alt.). XVIII Dinastia, 1567-1390 a.C. "

Typical man of ancient Egypt herding cattle

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

Pendant with the Name of King Osorkon II: the God Osiris's Family Third Intermediate Period, 22nd Dynasty, reign of Osorkon II (874-850 BC)

Pendant with the Name of King Osorkon II: the God Osiris’s Family Third Intermediate Period, Twenty-Second Dynasty, reign of Osorkon II BC) louvre

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