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Hathor Chapel- Egypt

Hathor Chapel- Egypt

Ramses III in the tomb of Amenherkhepshef #Egypt

Ramses III in the tomb of Amenherkhepshef #Egypt

Ahmose-Nefertari of Ancient Egypt was the first Queen of the 18th Dynasty. She was a daughter of Seqenenre Tao II and Ahhotep I, and royal sister and the great royal wife of pharaoh, Ahmose I. She was the mother of king Amenhotep I and may have served as his regent when he was young. Ahmose-Nefertari was deified after her death.

Ahmose-Nefertari of Ancient Egypt was the first Queen of the 18th Dynasty. She was a daughter of Seqenenre Tao II and Ahhotep I, and royal sister and the great royal wife of pharaoh, Ahmose I. She was the mother of king Amenhotep I and may have served as his regent when he was young. Ahmose-Nefertari was deified after her death.

Valley of the Kings.

Valley of the Kings.

A harpist playing harp and two cheironomists.  Tomb of Ny-kheft-Ka. V Dynasty, 2498-2345 BC, Old Kingdom.  Bas-relief, detail. Stucco and limestone.  Necropolis at Saqqara.  The Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

A harpist playing harp and two cheironomists. Tomb of Ny-kheft-Ka. V Dynasty, 2498-2345 BC, Old Kingdom. Bas-relief, detail. Stucco and limestone. Necropolis at Saqqara. The Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

Egypte

Egypte

A painting of a feast for Nebamun to enjoy in the afterlife. Female musicians play pipes, clap and sign while young girls dance. They are singing 'The earth-god has caused his beauty to grow in everybody, the channels are filled with water anew, and the land is flooded with love of him.'  The ladies wear lumps of scented fat on their elaborate woolen wigs to help keep them cool. 1350 BC ..----British Museum

A painting of a feast for Nebamun to enjoy in the afterlife. Female musicians play pipes, clap and sign while young girls dance. They are singing 'The earth-god has caused his beauty to grow in everybody, the channels are filled with water anew, and the land is flooded with love of him.' The ladies wear lumps of scented fat on their elaborate woolen wigs to help keep them cool. 1350 BC ..----British Museum

Ancient

Ancient

Cette peinture murale située à Thèbes en Égypte nous montre très bien quel type de vêtements les Égyptiens avaient l'habitude de porter. Ici, nous pouvons remarquer qu'ils portent tous les deux une sorte de tunique blanche. De plus, le personnage du haut semble porter un collier, des boucles d'oreilles, des bracelets et une chaîne de taille en or. Tandis que le personnage du bas semble plutôt porter un bandeau dans ses cheveux ainsi que des bracelets de couleur noir.

Cette peinture murale située à Thèbes en Égypte nous montre très bien quel type de vêtements les Égyptiens avaient l'habitude de porter. Ici, nous pouvons remarquer qu'ils portent tous les deux une sorte de tunique blanche. De plus, le personnage du haut semble porter un collier, des boucles d'oreilles, des bracelets et une chaîne de taille en or. Tandis que le personnage du bas semble plutôt porter un bandeau dans ses cheveux ainsi que des bracelets de couleur noir.

Isis and Queen Nefertari Ancient Egyptian Papyrus by ArkanGallery

Isis and Queen Nefertari Ancient Egyptian Papyrus by ArkanGallery

Setting of the sun in Hathor Temple at Dendera.' http://paulsmit.smugmug.com/Features/Africa/Egypt-Dendera-temple/28185243_pZdR3j/2383295275_QmtsT3z#!i=2383295275k=QmtsT3z

Setting of the sun in Hathor Temple at Dendera.' http://paulsmit.smugmug.com/Features/Africa/Egypt-Dendera-temple/28185243_pZdR3j/2383295275_QmtsT3z#!i=2383295275k=QmtsT3z

Thoth, ancient Egyptian god of knowledge, and guardian of the moon. Thoth is believed to be the original author of the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the first inventor or writing, magic, and all the Hermetic arts.In this picture Thoth is seated on his moon boat with the moon represented as the left eye of Horus being held by Thoth in the form a baboon.The boat flows with a driftnet atop the glyph for the word heavens, the stern of the boat has many notches that stand for the counting of time.

Thoth, ancient Egyptian god of knowledge, and guardian of the moon. Thoth is believed to be the original author of the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the first inventor or writing, magic, and all the Hermetic arts.In this picture Thoth is seated on his moon boat with the moon represented as the left eye of Horus being held by Thoth in the form a baboon.The boat flows with a driftnet atop the glyph for the word heavens, the stern of the boat has many notches that stand for the counting of time.

Hieroglyphics play an important role in understanding ancient Egyptian culture. One of the most commonly found and mysterious hieroglyphic symbols is known as the djed symbol. With the appearance of a pillar and three or more cross bars, there have been several theories as to the meaning of this enigmatic symbol, and what it represented to the ancient Egyptians who used it so frequently. Raising the Djed pillar, Temple of Seti I, Abydos

Hieroglyphics play an important role in understanding ancient Egyptian culture. One of the most commonly found and mysterious hieroglyphic symbols is known as the djed symbol. With the appearance of a pillar and three or more cross bars, there have been several theories as to the meaning of this enigmatic symbol, and what it represented to the ancient Egyptians who used it so frequently. Raising the Djed pillar, Temple of Seti I, Abydos

Selqet, detail from the frescoes in the burial chamber of Nefertari, Valley of Queens, Luxor, Thebes (Unesco World Heritage List, 1979). Egyptian civi...

Selqet, detail from the frescoes in the burial chamber of Nefertari, Valley of Queens, Luxor, Thebes (Unesco World Heritage List, 1979). Egyptian civi...

Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and one of their daughters offer sacrifices to the sun-disk Aten, whose rays, stretching down, end in hands bearing the ankh—the Egyptian symbol of eternal life.

Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and one of their daughters offer sacrifices to the sun-disk Aten, whose rays, stretching down, end in hands bearing the ankh—the Egyptian symbol of eternal life.

Thot

Thot