Statue of Harbes, called Psamtiknefer, son of Ptahhotep  Date: 595–589 B.C. reign of Psamtik II  Thebes, Karnak, Temple of Amun, Cachette  Accession Number: 19.2.2

Statue of Harbes, called Psamtiknefer, son of Ptahhotep.C (reign of Psamtik II) Ahmed

The smile that lasted 3,000 years – King Tut’s mummy goes on display for first time | Daily Mail Online

The smile that lasted 3,000 years - King Tut's mummy goes on display for first time

A Study of the Statue of Amenhemhatankh

A Study of the Statue of Amenhemhatankh

This image represents how the people of ancient Kmt saw themselves and their Gods. The imagery is a departure from what we see represented as being ancient Kmt in the media, and sadly at all levels of education.

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Ancient Egypt / La Civiltà Egizia

Anubis - The Egyptian God Anubis, God of cemeteries and embalming; Funerary God, takes form a jackal; guards & protects the dead; Ruled the underworld prior to Osiris; holds the scales the measure the heart against the feather upon death.

The Grand Ruler: Life-Size Anubis Sculpture.Anubis is jackal-headed god associated with mummification and the afterlife in ancient Egyptian religion.

Harps, developed from the hunting bow and used since the Old Kingdom, were triangle or arc shaped. They usually had eight to twelve strings and both men and women played them sitting, standing or kneeling. They were generally made of wood and probably did not project very far. Harps were often decorated and could be expensive works of art

Musical stringed instruments were Harps, Kinnor, lyre and Lutes. Harps were originally made of hunting bows. Harps were grouped into angular and arched harps. They were used for praise singing and entertainment at ritual, court, and military events.

Ancient Egyptian Hairstyles- Plate 2

Potentially ancient Egyptian style headwear. Village Hat Shop Gallery :: Chapter 1 - Ancient Egyptian :: Illustrations of the different hat styles of the Ancient Egyptians.

Only Egyptian Kings, Queens and Gods were allowed to carry this symbol. The ankh is the Egyptian sign of life and indicates that the King or God holding it has the power to give life or take it away from lesser mortals.

Ankh Key of Life Egyptian Relief Color Plaque

oh you lesser mortals. Only Egyptian Kings, Queens and Gods were allowed to carry this symbol. The Ankh is the Egyptian sign of life and indicates that the King or God holding it has the power to give life or take it away from lesser mortals.

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