Nefertiti Boho Hoop Earrings Nefertiti handmade hoop earrings made of gold and silver filled brass. Choose your favorite or 2 colors Set!!! Total length from top of earring hoop to bottom: 2.17 / 5.5 cm. Nefertiti was an Ancient Egyptian queen. Name meaning : “The beautiful woman has come”! Our Items are handmade and may have slight variations between the same items. Minor imperfections can be possible on leathers, which is what makes them unique! Colors may vary slightly on your c...
Cleopatra by Joyce A. Tyldesley: "In the tradition of her intriguing Hatchepsut, Joyce Tyldesley rescues another female ruler from the shadows of history c. 1350 B.C.: Queen Nefertiti (literally "a beautiful woman has come"). We know her from the exquisite painted bust in the Berlin Museum, discovered in 1912, which has made her ancient Egypt's most recognizable queen and a symbol of her country's history. Until now, however, she has remained largely unknown and unrecognized for her…
Named after the iconic Egyptian queen, the Cleo Armchair is the reinterpretation of a classic tribute to the feminine form. An empowering piece featuring..
Scota's grave is an area just south of Tralee in County Kerry beside the Finglas rivulet in an area known as Trughanacmy. It marks what is reputed to be the grave of Scota, a daughter of an Egyptian pharaoh (known as Friel) and a Scythian princess. Scota is frequently translated "Scythian woman." The traditional name of the location is Glenn Scoithin, "vale of the little flower."
Early Egyptian Queen Revealed in 5,000-Year-Old Hieroglyphs. one inscription the researchers found tells of a Queen named Neith-Hotep Het-Heru, who ruled Egypt 5,000 years ago as regent to a young pharaoh named Djer. Archaeologists estimate that the earliest carvings at Wadi Ameyra date back around 5,200 years, while the most recent date to the reign of a Pharaoh named Nebre, who ruled about 4,800 years ago.
Early Egyptian Queen Revealed in 5,000-Year-Old Hieroglyphs
Sprawling hieroglyphs dating back around 5,000 years have been discovered in…
The famous stela of king Djet which once stood next to his tomb in the Umm el-Qa'ab.Djet was the fourth ruler of the First Dynasty of Egypt.
Radiocarbon dating shows that this Egyptian coffin dates back more than 2,400 years, to a time when the Persian Empire controlled Egypt. Inscriptions on the coffin show that it belonged to someone named Denit-ast, or Dent-ast, likely a woman. The coffin contains a number of unusual features, likely a product of the Persian Empire's deportation of Egyptian artists.
ashta , If you are familiar with Middle Eastern Arabic Sweets,then you would probably know that "Ashta" is the queen of sweets fillers! "Kashta or Ashta " is the common Arabic name for clotted cream prepared with rose water. Ashta is mostly used as a filler for many Arabic desserts such as "Kunafa, Halawet El Jebn, Eish AlSaraya,Qatayef,..." and so many other sweets.It may also be served with honey or on top of fruit salads and fruit cocktails.
Throughout history, a few remarkable women managed to rise to the top of male-dominated societies and take power in their own right. Their names echo throu