Head of a Pharaoh, ca.2675-2130 BCE, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 5 or 6. Stone and copper, h: 73.0 cm. The headgear and moustache identify the figure as an Egyptian pharaoh; the tall crown with the rounded top, known as the White Crown, signified rule over southern Egypt. Broken at the neck, the head originally belonged to a full, probably standing, statue of the kind placed in tombs to serve as eternal images of the deceased
EGYPT: MUMMY, 2nd CENT. B.C.Mummy of priestess within original coffin of wood. 21st Dynasty, Egypt, c1985-935 B.C.
A Gold Shabti or Figurine of an Egyptian Royalty............PARTAGE OF LARS WENNELID................
Menkheret Carrying Tutankhamun. Golden statues from ancient Egyptian tomb.
Expo Toutankhamon (90)
Statue d'Amenhotep III
A pectoral depicting the birth of the sun from the burial of Queen Kama on Leontopolis mother of Osorkon III and possibly wife of Shoshenq IV, The ram headed god Khnum is flanked by the goddesses Hathor and Ma'at. Egypt. Ancient Egyptian 3rd Intermediate, 23rd Dynasty, c 890 BC. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
Les Rives d'Assouan, un spectacle traditionnel merveilleux qui vous fera découvrir l'Egypte des années 1920 à nos jours.
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Egyptian Art, Dynasty 18 (1550-1291 BC).Dynasty 18, Tutankhamen, 1347-1338 BC