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Rare terracotta image of Isis lamenting the loss of Osiris (Eighteenth Dynasty, Egypt) Musée du Louvre, Paris

An Egyptian Late Period/Ptolemaic Period Amethyst Amulet in the Form of a Cat AN EGYPTIAN AMETHYST CAT AMULET LATE PERIOD TO PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, 664-30 B.C. Seated upon an integral plinth, the tail wrapped around its right side, a ridged suspension loop at the center of its back 1 in. (2.5 cm.) high

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God of the Week: Isis

isis egyptian goddess | isis originated as an ancient egyptian goddess she was the wife sister ...

Gold headdress of a lady of the court of Tuthmosis III, Thebes, Egypt, c. 1450. In addition to gold, carnelians, turquoise and glass paste are used for this. Egyptian, 18th dynasty, c. 1450 BC

Cedarwood coffin of Queen Ahmose Meritamun, daughter of Ahmose I and Queen Ahmose Nefertari, and sister and wife of King Amenhotep I, from her tomb at Deir el-Bahri in western Thebes.

Portrait bust of a DAUGHTER of King AKHENATEN + Nefertiti: Meritaten ( • ELONGATED skull shape was idolized during Akhenaten's rule • due to genetic Defect or "Ancient Aliens"? those are the common myths. but it's most probably simply artistic style or unisex philosophy or the tight binding on heads - the Nubian tradition equivalent of Chinese shortening of girl's feet as "aesthetic" ideal

A mummified head that’s been floating through private collections for a few hundred years has been identified as the head of King Henry IV of France.

Egyptian Canopic Jar Ca 400-200 BC. Containers like thes held the deceased's lungs, stomach, liver, and intestines. The jackal, Daumetef, is guardian of the stomach.

Ancient Egyptian statue of Osiris, lord of the dead, who was assassinated by his brother Seth and resurrected by his sister and wife, Isis. Currently located at the Louvre, Paris. c.305-30 BC

Akhenaton and Nefertiti New Kingdom, Eighteenth Dynasty, after year 9 of the reign of Amenophis IV Akhenaton, between 1345 and 1337 BC

Lady in Waiting: detail of a limestone relief representing a festive gathering, in the tomb of the vizier Ramose at Thebes, New Kingdom, XVIIIth Dynasty, approx. 1400-1362 B.C.