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Maïa, nourrice de Touânkhamon. Source : Hypogées - Mission Archéologique Française du Bubasteion à Saqqara

Maïa, nourrice de Touânkhamon. Source : Hypogées - Mission Archéologique Française du Bubasteion à Saqqara

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this is lovely

Ramuseumu (el temple funerari de Ramsès).

Ramuseumu (el temple funerari de Ramsès).

只是存在. : Photo

只是存在. : Photo

Egyptian ceremonial shield, from the tomb of Tutankhamun (pharaoh Tut) 1333-23 B.C., the king is holding a scimitar with his right hand, ready to slay two lions whose tails are grasped in his left hand.

Egyptian ceremonial shield, from the tomb of Tutankhamun (pharaoh Tut) 1333-23 B.C., the king is holding a scimitar with his right hand, ready to slay two lions whose tails are grasped in his left hand.

Interior View of King Tutankhamun's Tomb and Wall Paintings in Tomb of Tutankhamun

Interior View of King Tutankhamun's Tomb and Wall Paintings in Tomb of Tutankhamun

Egypt - Edfu Temple of Horus

Egypt - Edfu Temple of Horus

The only item of true body armor recovered from the tomb was a close-fitting leather cuirass, found in a crumpled up state in box 587 in the Annex. It is described by Carter as 'made up of scales of thick tinted leather worked onto a linen basis, or lining, in the form of a ...bodice without sleeves'.

The only item of true body armor recovered from the tomb was a close-fitting leather cuirass, found in a crumpled up state in box 587 in the Annex. It is described by Carter as 'made up of scales of thick tinted leather worked onto a linen basis, or lining, in the form of a ...bodice without sleeves'.

Anglo-Saxon gold shilling, c. 660, Two Emperors type. CM.1562-2007, De Wit Collection.

Anglo-Saxon gold shilling, c. 660, Two Emperors type. CM.1562-2007, De Wit Collection.

Edfurecon  The temple of Karnak was known as Ipet-isu—or “most select of places”—by the ancient Egyptians. All Text & artwork is © Mark Millmore.

Edfurecon The temple of Karnak was known as Ipet-isu—or “most select of places”—by the ancient Egyptians. All Text & artwork is © Mark Millmore.

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