*EGYPT: The Great Royal Wife Tiye, matriarch of the Amama Dynasty-from the Altes Museum in Berlin, Germany: Spouse: Amenthotep III, Father: Yuya, Mother: Thuya, Borne: 1398 BC, Akhmim, Upper Egypt; Died: 1338 BC; Burial KV35, Valley of the Kings, Thebes. Religion Ancient Egyptian religion.
This is a bust of the ancient Egyptian Queen Tiye. She was the wife of Pharaoh Amenhotep III and the mother of the Pharaoh Amenhotep IV (Akenaton). She was also the grandmother of the boy, King Tutankhamen, more commonly known as King Tut.
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Queen Ahmose Nefertari, Nubian Egyptian Queen Black skin is thought to be due to her Ethiopian father and signified her true Nubian royal lineage. She became Queen of Egypt at the start of the 18th Dynasty. (1550 to 1525 BC)
Egyptologists have discovered a statue of Queen Ti, wife of one of Egypt's greatest pharaohs and grandmother to the boy-king Tutankhamun, at an ancient temple in Luxor, an Egyptian antiquities official said. The roughly 3,400-year-old statue was well-preserved. Ti's husband, Amenhotep III, presided over an era which saw a renaissance in Egyptian art. A number of cartouches, or royal name signs, of Amenhotep III were found on the statue.
The crowned head of Nefertiti, wife of Akhenaton. The sculpture was made by the famous sculptor Thutmose and was found in his workshop. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: Amarna period c.1373-1357 BC. Place of Origin: Tell el Amarna. Material Size: Painted limestone. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Egyptian Museum, Berlin . Location: 48. Egypt
Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty (reigned ca. 1504 - 1450 BC) Thutmose III emerged as the sole ruler of Egypt and as a great conqueror after the death of Hatshesput. According to the stele of Thutmose III, over 350 cities fell to the Egyptians under his rule. There is little doubt that his numerous campaigns were extremely successful. He has in fact been referred to as the "Napoleon of ancient Egypt" because of his military expansion.
Imhotep, 2650–2600 BC, was one of the chief officials of Pharaoh Djoser. He is considered to be the first architect and engineer and physician in early history, and he was one of the chief officials of Pharaoh Djoser. Egyptologists ascribe to him the design of the Pyramid of Djoser at Saqqara in Egypt in 2630 – 2611 BC. Before Djoser, pharaohs were buried in mastaba tombs. He served as chancellor to the pharaoh and high priest of the sun god Ra at Heliopolis.