The statue of Ramesses the Great at the Temple of Abu Simbel in the process of being reassembled after needing to be relocated in 1976 to save it from the rising waters of the Nile. This structure was originally built under Pharaoh Ramesses II in the 13th century BCE.
Egyptian, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of Thutmose IV, 1400–1390 B.C.http://educators.mfa.org/ancient-egypt-183923?view=slideshow#1 Tall, bag-shaped jay with flaring rim; black painted lines and borders of lotus buds and flowers on neck and base as well as cartouche of Thutmose IV; mended.
Painted wooden statuette of the god Osiris, ruler of the netherworld and judge of the dead.The figure is hollow and it contained the rolled Book of the Dead papyrus of a high-ranking woman named Anhai,c. 1150 B.C. 20th dynasty