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Ancient Egyptian works to be published together in English for first time | Science | The Guardian

Ancient Egyptian works to be published together in English for first time | Science | The Guardian

Wooden inner coffin of Khonsu. Inner coffin shows the duplex wig (a double layered wig) with a short goatee. Especially striking are the colours,  the yellow and orange, typical for the 19th dynasty. The goddess Nut is spreading wings protectively under the deceased's chest. Many people incorrectly assume that every winged Egyptian goddess is Isis.

Wooden inner coffin of Khonsu. Inner coffin shows the duplex wig (a double layered wig) with a short goatee. Especially striking are the colours, the yellow and orange, typical for the 19th dynasty. The goddess Nut is spreading wings protectively under the deceased's chest. Many people incorrectly assume that every winged Egyptian goddess is Isis.

Naqada III (from Wikipedia.org). Naqada III is the last phase of the Naqada culture of ancient Egyptian PRE-history, dating approximately from 3200 to 3000 BC. It's the period during which the process of state formation, which had begun to take place in Naqada II, became highly visible, with named kings heading powerful polities. Naqada III is often referred to as Dynasty 0 or Protodynastic Period to reflect the presence of kings at the head of influential states ...

Naqada III (from Wikipedia.org). Naqada III is the last phase of the Naqada culture of ancient Egyptian PRE-history, dating approximately from 3200 to 3000 BC. It's the period during which the process of state formation, which had begun to take place in Naqada II, became highly visible, with named kings heading powerful polities. Naqada III is often referred to as Dynasty 0 or Protodynastic Period to reflect the presence of kings at the head of influential states ...

Limestone ostracon: on one side only, a scene in black ink depicting the workman Khnummose adoring the snake-goddess Meresger. The accompanying text also mentions his sons Penniut and Weskhet-nemtet.

Limestone ostracon: on one side only, a scene in black ink depicting the workman Khnummose adoring the snake-goddess Meresger. The accompanying text also mentions his sons Penniut and Weskhet-nemtet.

Large Stone Boxes In Ancient Egypt: Not Made As Tombs - As you can see on the top and inside of this box, probably black granite with a very high and hard white quartz crystal content, the surfaces are incredibly precisely flat, with an almost mirror like finish.

Large Stone Boxes In Ancient Egypt: Not Made As Tombs - As you can see on the top and inside of this box, probably black granite with a very high and hard white quartz crystal content, the surfaces are incredibly precisely flat, with an almost mirror like finish.

This beautifully crafted statue represents the classic form of the hippopotamus goddess Taweret, guardian of women, particularly in pregnancy and childbirth.

This beautifully crafted statue represents the classic form of the hippopotamus goddess Taweret, guardian of women, particularly in pregnancy and childbirth.

Ancient Egyptian Art on Egyptian Papyrus. Unique Handmade Art For Sale at arkangallery.com | Title: "King Tut's Wedding Scene" | Size: 12" x 16" | www.arkangallery.com

King Tut's Wedding Scene | Ancient Egyptian Papyrus Painting

Ancient Egyptian Art on Egyptian Papyrus. Unique Handmade Art For Sale at arkangallery.com | Title: "King Tut's Wedding Scene" | Size: 12" x 16" | www.arkangallery.com

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