Marble head of an athlete.  Roman Empire  A.D. 1-500  In the Museum Greek and Roman Art  Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History Italian Peninsula, 1–500A.D. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Marble head of an athlete Period:Mid-Imperial, Antonine Date:ca. Culture:Roman Medium:Marble Dimensions:H. This head of a youth wearing a fillet (band) must have belonged to the statue of a victorious athlete.

Isis

London museum, from an Ancient Egyptian coffin. Probably dynasty. A most beautiful, contemplative face.

Assyrian female head with rosette diadems. Found in Nimrud.    At the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Female head with rosette diadems Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Ivory Dimensions: x in. x cm) Classification: Ivory/Bone

Predynastic Egyptian ivory hair combs and hair pins from the Naqada culture. Handles are decorated with symbolic motifs.

afro-textured-art: “ Predynastic Egyptian ivory hair combs and hair pins from the Naqada culture. Handles are decorated with symbolic motifs. Photo Courtesy to Jon Bodsworth of the Egypt Archive.

Meritaten also spelled Merytaten or Meryetaten (14th century BC) was an ancient Egyptian queen of the eighteenth dynasty, who held the position of Great Royal Wife to Pharaoh Smenkhkare, who may have been a brother or son of Akhenaten. Her name means "She who is beloved of Aten"; Aten being the sun-god her father worshipped; Meritaten also may have served as pharaoh in her own right under the name, Ankhkheperure Neferneferuaten. Daughter of Nefertiti and Akhenaten.

Meritaten also spelled Merytaten or Meryetaten century BC) was an ancient…

etruscan statue

my inspiration was a ancient Greece statue my look was an easy quick style for people with short hair.

Tumb of Menna ~ Luxor ~ Egypt

Ancient Egyptian painting from the Tomb of Menna, located in the Sheikh Abd el-Qurna district of the Maadi, opposite Luxor in Egypt. Menna was “Scribe of the Fields of the Lord of the Two Lands” probably during the reign of Thutmose IV during the dynasty.

The famous Cleopatra (Cleopatra VII) was queen of Egypt during the final years of the Roman Republic. Not only was she alive during the Republic's close, but she was the final ruling pharaoh of Egypt. Rome, under the man who would become the first Roman emperor, Octavian, later Augustus, took control of Egypt when Cleopatra died.

What Did Cleopatra Really Look Like?

Canoptic Jar (storage vessel for mummified viscera) of Queen Kiya, probably Tutankhamun’s mother who died at childbirth.

Canopic Jar (storage vessel for mummified viscera) of Queen Kiya, probably Tutankhamun’s mother who died at childbirth.

Nefertari

Meritamen, 33 foot colossal statue in Akhmim, Egypt. Meritamen was a daughter of Ramesses and his favourite wife Nefertari. She appears as the fourth daughter in the list of daughters in Abu Simbel.

Queen Merit-Amon. Cairo Museum

Meritamen Dynasty of Egypt Queen consort of Egypt, Lady of The Two Lands, Mistress of Upper and Lower Egypt Meritamen was a daughter of Ramesses and his favourite wife Nefertari. She appears as the fourth daughter in the list of daughters in Abu Simbel.

Seated Statue of Hatshepsut

Seated Statue of Hatshepsut Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: Joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III Date: ca. Thebes, Deir el-Bahri & Asasif, Senenmut Quarry & MMA tombs possibly Asasif, MMA

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