Nefertiti, the Queen of Egypt and wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten. She was a woman of tremendous beauty.

Nefertiti, the Queen of Egypt and wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten. She was a woman of tremendous beauty.

Ancient Egyptian. Egyptians developed their own unique style. Sheep wool wigs were worn to parties and women dressed in linen ankle-length dresses with straps that tied at the neck. Rich women wore heavily bejeweled collars called wesekh. Women also tinted their lips and cheeks with red ochre and lined their eyes and brows with black kohl using a fine reed.

Ancient Egyptian. Egyptians developed their own unique style. Sheep wool wigs were worn to parties and women dressed in linen ankle-length dresses with straps that tied at the neck. Rich women wore heavily bejeweled collars called wesekh. Women also tinted their lips and cheeks with red ochre and lined their eyes and brows with black kohl using a fine reed.

Ushabti of Tutankhamun   found in the KV62 tomb of king Tutankhamun, from the 18th Dynasty of Egypt’s New Kingdom

Ushabti of Tutankhamun found in the KV62 tomb of king Tutankhamun, from the 18th Dynasty of Egypt’s New Kingdom

Arles Pasha by shu-littlebit

Arles Pasha by shu-littlebit

Got inspired to paint this after watching Ralph Bakshi & Frank Frazetta's 'Fire and Ice' animated movie. www.waltbarna.com The painting is a birthday gift for Nomakhosana K Ncube. Check out her...

Got inspired to paint this after watching Ralph Bakshi & Frank Frazetta's 'Fire and Ice' animated movie. www.waltbarna.com The painting is a birthday gift for Nomakhosana K Ncube. Check out her...

PRINCESA AZTECA

PRINCESA AZTECA

Tsuyoshi Nagano : Isis

Tsuyoshi Nagano : Isis

Semiramis with Tammuz (Isis/Horus). By Roman times she was the most important goddess in Egypt. The image of the goddess holding her child was used prominently. This influenced the earliest icons of Mary holding Jesus, as false christianity absorbed many of the traditions surrounding Isis and incorporated them into the veneration of Mary.

Semiramis with Tammuz (Isis/Horus). By Roman times she was the most important goddess in Egypt. The image of the goddess holding her child was used prominently. This influenced the earliest icons of Mary holding Jesus, as false christianity absorbed many of the traditions surrounding Isis and incorporated them into the veneration of Mary.

Egyptian God we

Egyptian God we

Anubis | anubis3

Anubis | anubis3

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