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Fragment of a relief : Nubian mercenaries From Deir el-Bahri, Western Thebes. 18th dynasty, 1479-1458 BC. Limestone.

Fragment of a relief: two princesses with sistra From Western Thebes, from the tomb of Kheruef. New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, 1355 BC.

Tomb of Amenemipet Luxor, Egypt ~"Amenemipet called Pairy was buried in TT29 in Abd el Qurna in Thebes.[1] He also had a tomb in the Valley of the Kings. Tomb KV48 is an undecorated tomb in the western branch of the southwest wadi. It is located near KV35, the tomb of Amenhotep II whom Amenemipet served. The tomb contained among others some shabtis belonging to Amenemipet.[3]" -wikipedia

Queen Nefertiti offering a bouquet to Aten. Limestones fragment from a column, with traces of red and blue paint, from Tell el-Amarna, possibly from the Great Palace, 18th Dynasty, c 1345 BC

Relief from the tomb of Merire From Saqqara New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, reign of Amenhotep III, around 1380 BC

Representation of the deified queen Ahmose-Nefertari New Kingdom, 20th dynasty, 1152-1145 BC. From Thebes, tomb Inherkau's tomb TT 359 at Deir el-Medina Paint on plaster

Relief of Ni'ankhnesut Egypt, Saqqara, early 6th Dynasty, 2323-2200 B.C. Sculpture Limestone

Nefertiti and Akhenaten exchange tenderness under the ray-hands of Aten New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, around 1340 BC From Amarna Limestone

Sunk relief of a royal head in profile From Amarna New Kingdom, 18th dynasty