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Throne of Princess Satamun from the tomb of the great great grandparents of King Tut

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Bust of Nefertiti. In Neues Museum in Berlin, Germany.

Portrait bust of a daughter of King Akhenaten. Elongated skull shape was idolized during Akhenaten's rule. Both the Pharaoh himself and his offspring had this feature - whether due genetic defect or something else is not quite certain.

EGYPT JEWELRY 2ND-1ST MILL.BCE Gold seal ring of Pharaoh Horemheb, commander-in-chief under Amenophis IV (1365-1347 BCE), then Pharaoh (1332-1305 BCE) during the restauration period at the the beginning of 19th Dynasty, New Kingdom, Egypt.

The Heralded Moors

Africans and black Moors in Medieval European Art

Wig Cover Dynasty 18 reign of Thutmose III 1479-1425 BCE from the tomb of the three minor wives of Thutmose III gold gesso carnelian jasper glass (2)

Wristband, Tanis-Protective eyes of Horus adorn bracelets found on Pharaoh Sheshonq II's mummy, but engraved names indicate they were made for Sheshonq I, who is mentioned in the Bible.

The Art of Pharaoh Akhenaten's Reign

King Tut rings

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Nefertari Tomb scenes, Valley of the Queens, Egypt

Hathor is the mother goddess and goddess of love of ancient Egypt. She was worshipped c. 2700 BCE or possibly earlier, to c. 400 CE, in a cult that flourished in Ta-Netjer ('Land of God' – modern day Dendera, or Dendara) in Upper Egypt, as well as Thebes and Giza, and her priests included both men and women.

Moors in Ancient and Medieval european History. The oldest depiction of St. Maurice in the Cathedral of Magdeburg (961-present)

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