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Egyptian Ointment Container. The top in the shape of a Lotus Flower surmounted by a Mandrake Fruit swivels open. Painted in egyptian blue, 18th Dynasty.:

Egyptian Ointment Container. The top in the shape of a Lotus Flower surmounted by a Mandrake Fruit swivels open. Painted in egyptian blue, 18th Dynasty.:

Goblet Inscribed with the Names of King Akhenaten and Queen Nefertiti | New Kingdom, Amarna Period, Dynasty 18, reign of Akhenaten, ca. 1353–1336 B.C. From Egypt Medium: Travertine (Egyptian...

Goblet Inscribed with the Names of King Akhenaten and Queen Nefertiti | New Kingdom, Amarna Period, Dynasty 18, reign of Akhenaten, ca. 1353–1336 B.C. From Egypt Medium: Travertine (Egyptian...

This relief detail in the Inner Osiris Hall in the Seti I Temple at Abydos shows a “nemset” vessel topped by lotus flowers. This kind of spouted vase was used to sprinkle water in purification rites. The detail is part of a relief in which Seti presents an emblem of Maat to Osiris. It is located on the north wall of the Inner Osiris Hall, between the entrances to the Horus Shrine and Seti Shrine (for an overall picture see photo 29913.) The Seti Temple at Abydos was begun by Seti I and…

This relief detail in the Inner Osiris Hall in the Seti I Temple at Abydos shows a “nemset” vessel topped by lotus flowers. This kind of spouted vase was used to sprinkle water in purification rites. The detail is part of a relief in which Seti presents an emblem of Maat to Osiris. It is located on the north wall of the Inner Osiris Hall, between the entrances to the Horus Shrine and Seti Shrine (for an overall picture see photo 29913.) The Seti Temple at Abydos was begun by Seti I and…

Extremely rare, a Greek Illyro/Chalcidian bronze helmet displays aspects that indicate it was captured at war, then modified by the enemy to suit their own specifications. Originally, it was Corinthian in style, with big ear flaps and a nose cover. Later, it was made to look more Illyrian.

Extremely rare, a Greek Illyro/Chalcidian bronze helmet displays aspects that indicate it was captured at war, then modified by the enemy to suit their own specifications. Originally, it was Corinthian in style, with big ear flaps and a nose cover. Later, it was made to look more Illyrian.

Cosmetic Spoon girl starts lotus flowers. New Kingdom. Louvre. Photo by J. MALEK, Egypt, 4000 years of art, Barcelona ...

Cosmetic Spoon girl starts lotus flowers. New Kingdom. Louvre. Photo by J. MALEK, Egypt, 4000 years of art, Barcelona ...

Blue-painted pot  From Tell el-Amarna, Egypt  18th Dynasty, around 1300 BC  Biconical pottery jar, decorated with a design in blue, red and black

Blue-painted pot From Tell el-Amarna, Egypt 18th Dynasty, around 1300 BC Biconical pottery jar, decorated with a design in blue, red and black

virtual-artifacts:  Sandstone stela to the the god Osiris.   Photo by Kenneth Garrett This stela is very unusual, it’d be great to get some informations about it. Any ideas?    picaresquemusings: it’s not about the carvings. I mean, this pattern is unusual. I have never seen such combination before :)

virtual-artifacts: Sandstone stela to the the god Osiris. Photo by Kenneth Garrett This stela is very unusual, it’d be great to get some informations about it. Any ideas? picaresquemusings: it’s not about the carvings. I mean, this pattern is unusual. I have never seen such combination before :)

On appelle "cuillers à fard" des cuillerons à manche ouvragé de motifs souvent bucoliques. Aucune ne porte de trace permettant d'élucider la nature de leur contenu. La plupart remontent au Nouvel Empire (entre 1400 et 1200 avant J.-C.), quelques-unes datent de la 25e dynastie (715 - 656 avant J.-C.). | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

On appelle "cuillers à fard" des cuillerons à manche ouvragé de motifs souvent bucoliques. Aucune ne porte de trace permettant d'élucider la nature de leur contenu. La plupart remontent au Nouvel Empire (entre 1400 et 1200 avant J.-C.), quelques-unes datent de la 25e dynastie (715 - 656 avant J.-C.). | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

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