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A colossal statue of Ramses II, in the Open-Air Museum at Memphis, Egypt. This statue is so huge that they left it on the ground and built the museum around it. We felt very small on the balcony surrounding it.

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Menphis - Egypte - 500 before JC - Troop of funerary servant figures Shabtis in the name of Neferibreheb Louvre-Lens

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Colossal statue of Ramses II. Memphis, Egypt. 1920-1933 (This is SO much bigger in person than it looks in pictures)

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Horus & Nectanebo II

In this greywacke statue, the god Horus (depicted as a falcon; head is lost) protects the praying figure of Nectanebo II. From Memphis, Egypt. 30th Dynasty, circa 350 BCE. (State Museum of Egyptian Art, Munich, Germany).

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Comb; Period: New Kingdom; Dynasty: Dynasty 18; Date: ca. 1550–1295 B.C.; Geography: Egypt, Memphite Region, Saqqara; includes the Serapeum, Teti Pyramid Cemetery, Tomb of Tjetji, Egyptian Antiquities Service 1920-1921; Medium: Wood Dimensions: L. 11 cm x 6.5 cm; Accession Number: 26.2.22

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Macedonian etradrachma showing the head of Alexander the Great, with the ram’s horn and clad in an elephant skin and aegis. This is one of the earliest coin portraits of Alexander around 318 BC Silver

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