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Egyptian home decor

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*EGYPT ~ Mourning Nephthys Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: B. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Wood, stucco, paint Ancient Egyptian Artifacts, Ancient History, Art History, Egyptian Mythology, Egyptian Goddess, Egyptian Women, Ancient Civilizations, Gods And Goddesses, Luxor

Mourning Nephthys | Ptolemaic Period | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The goddess Nephthys, identifiable by her hieroglyph on her head, kneels and raises a hand before her face in a gesture of mourning. The figure forms a pair with the figure of Isis 12.182.23b.Figures of the two mourning goddess accompany the body of Osiris in representations

morphoses: “ In Ancient Egypt, many animals were thought to be the embodiment of certain gods and goddesses; cats were believed to represent the goddess Bastet. Consequently, they were raised in and around temples devoted to Bastet. When they died,. Egyptian Cats, Egyptian Mummies, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Art History, European History, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece, American History

The Animal Mummies Wish to Thank the Following

We’re out this week, but we’re re-posting some of our favorite pieces from 2011 while we’re away. We hope you enjoy—and have a happy New Year! For generous donations in support of their preservation, the animal mummies wish to thank the Institute for Unforbidden Geology, the Society for Extreme Egyptology, the Secret Chambers of the […]

Full: Front Bronze group: Isis suckling Harpocrates flanked by Mut and Nephthys; three uraei at front; © The Trustees of the British Museum Egyptian Queen, Egyptian Goddess, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Kemet Egypt, Luxor Egypt, Ancient Goddesses, Old Egypt

Showcase: Mummy mia

Take a virtual walk into an ancient Egyptian coffin in this exhibition from the British Museum.

Offering Models from the Theban Tomb of Meketre, Metropolitan NY 0596 Life In Ancient Egypt, Old Egypt, Ancient History, Egyptian Home Decor, Egyptian Art, Egyptian Models, Pharaoh Hound, Wooden Statues, Diorama

Tomb of Meketre, western Thebes with 24 wooden statues

Offering Models from the Theban Tomb of Meketre, Metropolitan NY Nov-2005 0596

Model of a Sporting Boat with African workers Life In Ancient Egypt, Old Egypt, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Egyptian Models, Egyptian Art, Slavery History, Kemet Egypt, The Bible Movie

Model of a Sporting Boat. Sycamore, coniferous wood, paint, plaster, copper, linen cord. 12th Dynasty, early reign of Amenemhat I. tomb of Maketre. MMA

Ancient Egyptian model depicting a procession of offering bearers. BCE (early reign of Amenemhat I, Dynasty, Middle Kingdom). From the Tomb of Meketre at Thebes; now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ancient Egyptian Costume, Egyptian Symbols, Egyptian Art, Egyptian Tattoo, Egyptian Mythology, Egyptian Goddess, Life In Ancient Egypt, Old Egypt, Ancient History

Model of a procession of offering bearers | Middle Kingdom | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Model of a procession of offering bearers | Middle Kingdom | The Met

Female Offering Bearer, ca. Middle Kingdom, Dynasty early reign of Amenemhat. The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Copenhagen : Tojo Ancient Egyptian Clothing, Ancient Egyptian Costume, Egyptian Fashion, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Ancient Beauty, Alexander The Great, Archaeology

Female Offering Bearer, ca. 1981–1975 B.C. Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, early reign of Amenemhat. The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Copenhagen : Tojo

Egyptian, Middle Kingdom , Dynasty Tomb model of baking and brewing, 1991 – 1786 B. Life In Ancient Egypt, Life In Egypt, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Egyptian Models, Slavery History, Egyptian Home Decor

Tomb model of baking and brewing (y1968-180)

Egyptian, Middle Kingdom , 12th Dynasty Tomb model of baking and brewing, 1991 – 1786 B.C. Painted wood