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Outer Coffin of Tabakmut, Thebes Egypt, ca. 1000-945 B.C. - Metropolitan Museum

Outer Coffin of Tabakmut Period: Third Intermediate Period Dynasty: Dynasty 21 Reign: reign of Osochor or Siamun Date: ca.Outer Coffin of Tabakmut From: The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Egypt

The Arhenius Sarcophagus - Mougins Museum

The Arrhenius Sarcophagus. Wood, polychrome gesso anthropoid coffin with a large.

Mummy Coffin Lid, cedar wood, Egypt, ca. 650-300BC. RAFFMA, t Permanent Egyptian Collection. | Photo: Robert A. Whitehead/CSUSB.

Resurrection Machines of Ancient Egypt in San Bernardino and of Ancient Cinema in Hollywood

Mummy Coffin Lid, cedar wood, Egypt, ca. RAFFMA, t Permanent Egyptian Collection.

Coffin of Ta-mit, said to be from Luxor.  Her name which means she-cat or Cat Lady is preserved on the coffin lid.

Coffin of Ta-mit, said to be from Luxor. Her name which means she-cat or Cat Lady is preserved on the coffin lid.

Sarcophagus (and Mummy) of Neshkons  Material: Painted Sycamore Fig Wood  Origin: Ancient Egypt (Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXI)  Dated: c. 900–940 BCE

Sarcophagus (and Mummy) of Neshkons Material: Painted Sycamore Fig Wood Origin: Ancient Egypt (Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXI) Dated: c. by Samuel Merrin

Mourning Nephthys Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: 664–30 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Wood, stucco, paint

Mourning Nephthys Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: B. Geography: From Egypt Medium: Wood, stucco, paint Dimensions: H. 10 cm in.

#Egypt Tomba di #Sennedjem

Outer Coffin, Tomb of Sennedjem, Deir el Medina. Sennedjem had the title ‘Servant in the Place of Truth’ lived during the reigns of Seti I Ramsses II of Egypt’s Dynasty 19

♥♥♥Innermost coffin of Tutankhamen, from his tomb at Thebes, Egypt, Dynasty XVIII, Egyptian Museum, Cairo♥♥♥

Innermost Coffin of Tutankhamen / from his tomb in Thebes, Egypt, Dynasty XVIII / Egyptian Museum - Cairo

anthropologyyy: “ Inner Coffin and Innermost Lid of Tabakmut, Third Intermediate Period, 21st Dynasty, reign of Psusennes II, ca. 1000–945 BC, Thebes, Upper Egypt; Deir el-Bahri, Tomb MMA 60, Chamber,...

Inner Coffin and Innermost Lid of Tabakmut Period: Third Intermediate Period Dynasty: Dynasty 21 Reign: reign of Psusennes II Date: ca.

Cultic Ornament of a Lion-Headed Goddess Egypt Third Intermediate Period c 700 BCE Gold

Cultic Ornament of a Lion-Headed Goddess Egypt Third Intermediate Period c 700 BCE Gold .Photographed at the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland - US

Coffin of an african queen, discovered by Flinders Petrie. National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh.

Coffin of an african queen, discovered by Flinders Petrie. National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh. This item will be on display in the new Royal Museum of Scotland, opening

Relief of Amenhotep III in his chariot. God Nekhbet (vulture) is depicted hovering with her wings spread above the royal image, clutching an ankh (symbol of life) in her claws. Found in Temple of Merneptah (he used stones and reliefs from the 150 year older nearby Temple of Amenophis III), now in Cairo Museum, Egypt.

Relief of Amenhotep III in his chariot. God Nekhbet (vulture) is depicted hovering with her wings spread above the royal image, clutching an ankh (symbol of life) in her claws. Found in Temple of Merneptah (he used stones and reliefs from the 150 year older nearby Temple of Amenophis III), now in Cairo Museum, Egypt.

The back of a seated Ramesside king, wearing the Nemes headdress. The cartouche reads OuserMaatRe SetepenRe. Cairo Egyptian museum.

The back of a seated Ramesside king, wearing the Nemes headdress. The cartouche reads OuserMaatRe SetepenRe. Cairo Egyptian museum.

A survey of ancient Alexandria's Royal Quarters, encased deep below the harbor sediment, is underway. Alexandria's Royal Quarters - ports, a cape and islands full of temples, palaces and military outposts - simply slid into the sea after cataclysmic earthquakes in the fourth and eighth centuries. Besides large statuary, hundreds of ceramics, bronze coins, and other items have been found.

7 Most Fascinating Underwater Ruins - underwater cities, cleopatra palace

Cleopatra’s royal quarters were found underwater off the shores of Alexandria, Egypt. They had been lost for 1600 years, swept away by earthquakes and tidal waves. Click through to see more lost treasures from Cleopatra's kingdom!

Des ruines égyptiennes.

This looks like underwater ruins of Egyptians in the Alexandria's sea, but it is modern art from an underwater museum in Mexico. The statue is called "Herencia (Inheritance)" and "stands" in the depth of 4 m in Punta Nizuc, Cancun, Mexico

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