Granite statue of Amun in the form of a ram protecting King Taharqa  From Temple T at Kawa, Sudan 25th Dynasty, 690-664 BC

Granite statue of Amun in the form of a ram protecting King Taharqa From Temple T at Kawa, Sudan 25th Dynasty, 690-664 BC

Sphinx of Schepenupet, "God's Wife of Amun".  25th Dynasty.  © Foto: Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz

Sphinx of Schepenupet, "God's Wife of Amun". 25th Dynasty. © Foto: Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz

King Men-Kau-Re, the goddess Hathor and the deified Hare nome. 4th Dynasty, reign of Men-Kau-Re, c.2551-2523 BC Giza, Men-Kau-Re Valley Temple. The sensitively modelled and beautifully proportioned triad. Egyptian Museum, Cairo - Egypt.

King Men-Kau-Re, the goddess Hathor and the deified Hare nome. 4th Dynasty, reign of Men-Kau-Re, c.2551-2523 BC Giza, Men-Kau-Re Valley Temple. The sensitively modelled and beautifully proportioned triad. Egyptian Museum, Cairo - Egypt.

The Sphinx of Taharqa, granite gneiss, circa 680 BC. Taharqa was a Nubian pharaoh of the Ancient Egyptian 25th dynasty and king of the Kingdom of Kush, which was located in Northern Sudan. British Museum.

The Sphinx of Taharqa, granite gneiss, circa 680 BC. Taharqa was a Nubian pharaoh of the Ancient Egyptian 25th dynasty and king of the Kingdom of Kush, which was located in Northern Sudan. British Museum.

Statue of Isis protecting an infant Horus c.590-530 BC 26th Dynasty Late Period The statue is thought to come from one of two chapels which were dedicated to forms of Osiris worshipped at Karnak.These chapels were built and extended by the adoratrices of Amun and the kings with whom they were associated The British Museum

Statue of Isis protecting an infant Horus c.590-530 BC 26th Dynasty Late Period The statue is thought to come from one of two chapels which were dedicated to forms of Osiris worshipped at Karnak.These chapels were built and extended by the adoratrices of Amun and the kings with whom they were associated The British Museum

Statue of the First Priest of Amun, Ramessunakht, with the Theban Triad - detail (Amun seated in the middle, to his left his wife the goddess Mut and their son Khonsu sitting at his father's right). Karnak, Temple of Amun-Re, 20th Dynasty, Reign of Ramesses IV / Cairo, Egyptian Museum.

Statue of the First Priest of Amun, Ramessunakht, with the Theban Triad - detail (Amun seated in the middle, to his left his wife the goddess Mut and their son Khonsu sitting at his father's right). Karnak, Temple of Amun-Re, 20th Dynasty, Reign of Ramesses IV / Cairo, Egyptian Museum.

Inner coffin of Paiestenef, Egypt, Thebes/West, Late Period, 22nd/23rd Dynasty, 8th c. BCE © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung / Sandra Steiß

Inner coffin of Paiestenef, Egypt, Thebes/West, Late Period, 22nd/23rd Dynasty, 8th c. BCE © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung / Sandra Steiß

Pharaoh Taharka, 25th Dynasty, , Black Pharaohs, Nubians, Sudan, Kerma, Statues, Late Period

Pharaoh Taharka, 25th Dynasty, , Black Pharaohs, Nubians, Sudan, Kerma, Statues, Late Period

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