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Hieroglyphic and Syriac like script. Stella fragment of Horiraa from Memphys, Egypt 30th dynasty

Hieroglyphic and Syriac like script. Stella fragment of Horiraa from Memphys, Egypt 30th dynasty

x | Bild: Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst

x | Bild: Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst

The Singer of Amun Nany's Funerary Papyrus

The Singer of Amun Nany's Funerary Papyrus

Tribal art Egyptian vintage ethnic silhouettes seamless pattern in black and white Egypt borders Folk abstract repeating background texture Cloth design Wallpaper

défunt dans les tâches quotidiennes de l’Au-delà. Fac-similé du Livre des Morts sur papyrus d’Ani. EGYPTE, vers 1420 av. J.–C.

défunt dans les tâches quotidiennes de l’Au-delà. Fac-similé du Livre des Morts sur papyrus d’Ani. EGYPTE, vers 1420 av. J.–C.

The Merneptah Stele. A seven-foot slab engraved with hieroglyphics, also called the Israel Stele, boasts of the Egyptian pharaoh’s conquest of Libyans and peoples in Palestine, including the Israelites: “Israel — his seed is not.” This is the earliest reference to Israel in non-Biblical sources and demonstrates that, as of c. 1230 BC, the Hebrews were already living in the Promised Land.

The Merneptah Stele. A seven-foot slab engraved with hieroglyphics, also called the Israel Stele, boasts of the Egyptian pharaoh’s conquest of Libyans and peoples in Palestine, including the Israelites: “Israel — his seed is not.” This is the earliest reference to Israel in non-Biblical sources and demonstrates that, as of c. 1230 BC, the Hebrews were already living in the Promised Land.

Egyptian-The Book of the Dead: an Egyptian funerary text  used in the beginning of the New Kingdom, 1550 BCE to 50 BCE. It contains a collection of texts which include a number of magic spells to assist a dead person's journey through 'Duat' or underworld, and into the afterlife. Written by many different priests over a period of apx. 1000 years.

Egyptian-The Book of the Dead: an Egyptian funerary text used in the beginning of the New Kingdom, 1550 BCE to 50 BCE. It contains a collection of texts which include a number of magic spells to assist a dead person's journey through 'Duat' or underworld, and into the afterlife. Written by many different priests over a period of apx. 1000 years.

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