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    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.

    Hatshepsut (1473-1458 B.C.) was the daughter of Tuthmosis I, and carried the blood of Ahmose who, two generations earlier had finally freed Egypt from Hyksos rule.

    A gauche Horus, au centre Osiris et à droite Isis

    Pendentif au nom du roi Osorkon II : la famille du dieu Osiris 874 - 850 avant J.-C. (22e dynastie) or, lapis-lazuli et verre rouge

    King Tut's still-born baby girl found in his tomb. DNA tests also found she had Marfan Syndrome. One other baby was found w/the king that was much smaller then this one. These two tiny babies are the only examples of mummified fetuses in ancient Egypt

    This is Tutankhamun’s cartouche before he changed his name : first, upper signs means ITN - Aton, lower tutankh, summarizing : Tutankhaton

    Archeologists exploring a 2,500 year old Egyptian tomb in 2005 found three intricate coffins, with one containing an amazingly well-preserved mummy. One of the archeologists called it perhaps "one of the best mummies ever preserved."

    Akhenaten and Nefertiti, New Kingdom, Eighteenth Dynasty, after year 9 of the reign of Amenophis IV Akhenaten, between 1345 and 1337 BC | Egypt | Pinterest | R…

    The smile that lasted 3,000 years - King Tut's mummy goes on display for first…