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Egyptian wood figure of a lady, Middle Kingdom, early 12th dynasty, 1981-1802…

Egyptian wood figure of a lady, Middle Kingdom, early 12th dynasty, 1981-1802…

Akenhaten, the "heretic" Pharoah who was a monothesist believing in one God, not many as most ancient Egyptians did. His God was Aten, the Sun God.

Akenhaten, the "heretic" Pharoah who was a monothesist believing in one God, not many as most ancient Egyptians did. His God was Aten, the Sun God.

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Statue of Tef-ib ca. 1980 BC (Middle Kingdom) MEDIUM carved wood with paint. BN

Statue of Tef-ib ca. 1980 BC (Middle Kingdom) MEDIUM carved wood with paint. BN

Court of the Dead | Fumetteria Inchiostro & Tempera | Pagina...

Court of the Dead

Court of the Dead | Fumetteria Inchiostro & Tempera | Pagina...

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金のおしゃれズラ

Ahmose-Nefertari | queen ahmose nefertari 18th dynasty pharoah joseph married asenath ...

Ahmose-Nefertari | queen ahmose nefertari 18th dynasty pharoah joseph married asenath ...

Egypt    There are several creation myths of early Egypt. Some say that the god Ptah created the universe through thought alone, others say that the god Khnum created the disc of the world on a potter's wheel. The most popular myth, though, involved Ra appearing out of chaos and creating the cosmos through the birth of other gods.

Egypt There are several creation myths of early Egypt. Some say that the god Ptah created the universe through thought alone, others say that the god Khnum created the disc of the world on a potter's wheel. The most popular myth, though, involved Ra appearing out of chaos and creating the cosmos through the birth of other gods.

Nefer-hetepes in an ankle-length dress with shoulder straps, a broad collar & long wig. Dyn 6, painted limestone, Giza Necropolis. Pelizaeus-Museum, Hildesheim, Germany

Nefer-hetepes in an ankle-length dress with shoulder straps, a broad collar & long wig. Dyn 6, painted limestone, Giza Necropolis. Pelizaeus-Museum, Hildesheim, Germany

Anúbis (em grego antigo: Ἄνουβις) ou Anupo foi como ficou conhecido pelos gregos deus egípcio antigo dos mortos e moribundos, guiava e conduzia a alma dos mortos no submundo, Anúbis era sempre representado com cabeça de chacal, mas outras fontes afirmam que o animal em questão é o coiote, entretanto os egiptólogos mais conservadores afirmam que não há como saber com certeza, era sempre associado com a mumificação e a vida após a morte na mitologia egípcia,

Anúbis (em grego antigo: Ἄνουβις) ou Anupo foi como ficou conhecido pelos gregos deus egípcio antigo dos mortos e moribundos, guiava e conduzia a alma dos mortos no submundo, Anúbis era sempre representado com cabeça de chacal, mas outras fontes afirmam que o animal em questão é o coiote, entretanto os egiptólogos mais conservadores afirmam que não há como saber com certeza, era sempre associado com a mumificação e a vida após a morte na mitologia egípcia,

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