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Supporting image for Nefertari´s tomb painting

This painting shows Queen Nefertari. It is said that she was the most beautiful of Ramesses seven wifes and she even was allowed to act in her husbands…

Supporting image for Nefertari´s tomb painting

This picture shows a relief of the hybrid god Khnum and was found in Esna in the temple of Khnum.

Supporting image for Nefertari´s tomb painting

The picture shows the antechamber and part of the first annex of the tomb of Nefertari, who was also called the ´Great Bride of the King´ Ramesess II.

Khnum, Nephthys, and Isis

This painting can be found in the Tomb of Nefertari in Luxor, Egypt. This work is a wall mural and is simply a small piece of a story…

Khnum, Nephthys, and Isis

This painting can be found in the Tomb of Nefertari in Luxor, Egypt. This work is a wall mural and is simply a small piece of a story…

Bas Relief on the temple of Kom Ombo

The Bas Relief that is on the Kom Ombo Temple, or the Temple of Sobek and Haroeris is located in the city of Kom Ombo Egypt. It was…

Supporting image for the Sphinx of Hatshepsut

This statue of Queen Hatshepsut is exhibited in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Supporting image for the Sphinx of Hatshepsut

This mummy was identified as Hatshepsut with the help of her tooth profile.

Supporting image for the Sphinx of Hatshepsut

A picture of the temple of Hatshepsut, which was built out of the rocks.

Winged Cobra – Wadjet – Protector

Winged serpents were placed as guardians over Pharaohs. The feathered serpent is most often associated with rulers and kings or queens, as protectors or guardians. The image is…

Winged Sun Disk

The winged sun is one of the oldest Egyptian symbols that appeared as early as the “old kingdom” (around 2600 BC). It is a symbol of royalty, divinity…

Pre-research impressions of a hybrid hieroglyphics

– Features two people, possibly servants and between them is a hybrid with a human body and a ram´s head – Hybrid could be a god/goddess or a…

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