Explore Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Egypt, and more!

Explore related topics

Thoth, Egypt - credited with the creation of a number of branches of knowledge (law, magic, philosophy, religion, science, and writing).  An infallible judge capable of rendering completely just decisions. The Greeks admired him so greatly that they credited him as the originator of all knowledge on earth and in the heavens. http://www.ancient.eu/Thoth/

Thoth, Egypt - credited with the creation of a number of branches of knowledge (law, magic, philosophy, religion, science, and writing). An infallible judge capable of rendering completely just decisions. The Greeks admired him so greatly that they credited him as the originator of all knowledge on earth and in the heavens. http://www.ancient.eu/Thoth/

Shabit of Tutankhamun Shabti - figurines, in the form of mummies, placed in an ancient Egyptian tomb to do any work that the dead person might be called upon to do in the afterlife.

Shabit of Tutankhamun Shabti - figurines, in the form of mummies, placed in an ancient Egyptian tomb to do any work that the dead person might be called upon to do in the afterlife.

Amenhotep III was the ninth Faroah of the dynasty. He ruled over an era which was the most artistic in Kmt history, and at the height of its international power. Amenhotep III ruled for 39 years and was known as the 'Magnificent'.

[EGYPT 29322] ’Girl with lotus flowers in Menna's tomb at Luxor.’ A mural detail in the tomb of Menna shows a young girl carrying lotus flowers and the ducks that her father Menna has caught while hunting in a papyrus swamp. Menna was an 18th dynasty inspector of estates and overseer of harvests and his tomb (TT 69) can be found in the Sheikh Abd el Qurnah Necropolis on the Westbank at Luxor. It is one of the socalled "Tombs of the Nobles" and dates to the end of the reign of Thutmosis ...

[EGYPT 29322] ’Girl with lotus flowers in Menna's tomb at Luxor.’ A mural detail in the tomb of Menna shows a young girl carrying lotus flowers and the ducks that her father Menna has caught while hunting in a papyrus swamp. Menna was an 18th dynasty inspector of estates and overseer of harvests and his tomb (TT 69) can be found in the Sheikh Abd el Qurnah Necropolis on the Westbank at Luxor. It is one of the socalled "Tombs of the Nobles" and dates to the end of the reign of Thutmosis ...

Queen Nefretiti, Temple of Amenhotep IV, Luxor (East Thebes), Egypt, c. 1353–1336 BC. (photo by Zangaki, late 19th century)

Queen Nefretiti, Temple of Amenhotep IV, Luxor (East Thebes), Egypt, c. 1353–1336 BC. (photo by Zangaki, late 19th century)

Pinterest
Search