Seated Scribe, Egyptian statue 1391 B.C. Detroit Institute of Arts

National Archaeological Museum of Athens.

Golden from King Tut's tomb

Colossal statue of a hero, ‘Gilgamesh’, plaster cast, original in Khorsabad,late 8th c. BCE © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Vorderasiatisches Museum / photo: Olaf M. Teßmer

Prince Hemiunu, the architect of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Ca. 2570 BC. The extremely well-preserved seated statue is notable for its unusual realism, with Hemiunu's features only lightly stylised, and clearly based on his actual appearance. Equally, his body is frankly shown as flabby, with a notable accumulation of fat in the pectoral region.Hermiunu was son of Prince Nefermaat and his wife Itet grandson of Sneferu and relative of Khufu,the Old Kingdom pharaoh.

Statue of Ptah Made of Bronze and Gold 26th Dynasty

Menkaure and Khamerernebty Statue

In Egyptian mythology, Sekhmet, was originally the warrior goddess as well as the goddess of healing for Upper Eqypt. She is depicted as a lioness, the fiercest hunter known to the Egyptians. It was said that her breath created the desert. She was seen as the protector of the pharaohs and led them in warfare. by Muninn

One of the few temple wall carvings depicting Cleopatra, Dendera temple, Egypt

Ancient Egyptian Art on Egyptian Papyrus. Unique Handmade Art For Sale at arkangallery.com | Title: “Ankh” (Key of Life or The Key of The Nile) | Size: 12" x 16" | www.arkangallery.com

Unfinished Head of Nefertiti. Egyptian Museum of Cairo

Ramses II, Egyptian Museum, Turin.

Statue of pharaoh Amenhotep II of the 18th dynasty of Egypt

Maat, goddess of order, truth, and justice The heart of a deceased person was weighed against the feather of Maat during judgment in the underworld. Third Intermediate Period, ca. 800–700 BCE From Khartoum, Sudan Gold and lapis lazuli The Egyptian Museum, Cairo

statue of King Tutankhamun, looted during Egypt’s anti-government protests, has been returned to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo

Mask of God Horus

Thoth: "the god of wisdom, inventor of writing, patron of scribes and the divine mediator. He is most often represented as a man with the head of an ibis, holding a scribal palette and reed pen. He could also be shown completely as an ibis or a baboon, a Lunar aspect.

Detalle del tocado. Foto en G. ANDREU, La statuette d'Ahmès Néfertari, París,

All that remains from a statue of Akhenaten & Nefertiti is their clasped hands. New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 -- Circa 1350 BCE -- Armana, Egypt -- The Neues Museum, Berlin

Ancient Egyptian Art on Egyptian Papyrus. Unique Handmade Art For Sale at arkangallery.com | Title: "King Tut's Wedding Scene" | Size: 12" x 16" | www.arkangallery.com

Silver statue of a royal woman (side view) with the cartouches of Necho II on her arms, Egypt, 610–595 BC