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Tuya (also Tuy or Mut-Tuya) was the wife of Pharaoh Seti I of Egypt and mother of Tia, Ramesses II and perhaps Henutmire. As the mother of Ramesses II, she enjoyed a privileged existence of a respected king's mother and was allowed the opportunity to correspond with the Hittite royal court after the Year 21 peace treaty between Egypt and Hatti put in place by Ramesses II.

Tuya (also Tuy or Mut-Tuya) was the wife of Pharaoh Seti I of Egypt and mother of Tia, Ramesses II and perhaps Henutmire. As the mother of Ramesses II, she enjoyed a privileged existence of a respected king's mother and was allowed the opportunity to correspond with the Hittite royal court after the Year 21 peace treaty between Egypt and Hatti put in place by Ramesses II.

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Dynasty 18, joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III (ca. 1473-1458 B.C.) Painted limestone From Thebes, originally from the main sanctuary of Hatshepsut's temple at Deir el-Bahri

Dynasty 18, joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III (ca. 1473-1458 B.C.) Painted limestone From Thebes, originally from the main sanctuary of Hatshepsut's temple at Deir el-Bahri

✮ A statue of Pharoh Menkaura and goddesses made from schist

✮ A statue of Pharoh Menkaura and goddesses made from schist

Paris has a timeless familiarity for first-time and frequent visitors, with instantly recognisable architectural icons, along with exquisite cuisine, chic boutiques and priceless artistic treasures. There are only two places in the world where we can live happy – at home and in Paris - Ernest Hemingway

Paris has a timeless familiarity for first-time and frequent visitors, with instantly recognisable architectural icons, along with exquisite cuisine, chic boutiques and priceless artistic treasures. There are only two places in the world where we can live happy – at home and in Paris - Ernest Hemingway

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“Yin and Yang. Peaceful, balance, beautiful... When opposite gives the most beautiful of it . Love this picture of Jade and julia. So lucky to be there for…”

“Yin and Yang. Peaceful, balance, beautiful... When opposite gives the most beautiful of it . Love this picture of Jade and julia. So lucky to be there for…”

The tomb of Seti I (KV 17) is the longest, deepest and most completely finished in the Valley of the Kings. Seti I's reign is known for high achievements in art and culture, and his tomb was one of the hallmarks of his building projects, with highly refined bas-reliefs and colorful paintings. The decorations are more refined then in earlier tombs, with figures having larger ears and smaller mouths. This tomb marks the first time that decorations cover every passage and chamber.

The tomb of Seti I (KV 17) is the longest, deepest and most completely finished in the Valley of the Kings. Seti I's reign is known for high achievements in art and culture, and his tomb was one of the hallmarks of his building projects, with highly refined bas-reliefs and colorful paintings. The decorations are more refined then in earlier tombs, with figures having larger ears and smaller mouths. This tomb marks the first time that decorations cover every passage and chamber.