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Gayer-Anderson Cat

Gayer-Anderson Cat Held at The British Museum From Saqqura, Egypt Late Period (661 – 332 B.C.) Height 42cm. Width 13cm Painted Bronze. Lost-wax casting The cat would have…

Gayer-Anderson Cat

Gayer-Anderson Cat Held at The British Museum From Saqqura, Egypt Late Period (661 – 332 B.C.) Height 42cm. Width 13cm Painted Bronze. Lost-wax casting The cat would have…

Stela of Deniuenkhonsu

Stela of Deniuenkhonsu Support Symbols explained. Interestingly both the winged disc and the scarab beetle flanked by jackals in the arch of the stela are symbols for the…

Temple of Kom Ombo or Temple of Sobek

This is the temple of Sobek, the god of life and afterlife, There are many relatable reliefs involving the Pharaoh and other individuals of different social standings. This…

Tutakhamen’s Pectoral (Kheper) Winged Scarab

This is a pectoral of a winged scarab that belonged to King Tut. Howard Carter discovered the scarab in the tomb of Tutankhamen, in 1992. The piece is…

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…

The Ba Bird

This amulet is of the Ba Bird, and was from 3rd century BC (early ptolemaic). The Ba, was one of the five components that made up the human…

Support Image for Scarab Pectoral

This is a support image for the Scarab Pectoral that belonged to King Tutankhamen. It is composed of the throne name of King Senwosret II, and was found…

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