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celtic knot: The Celtic knot is a symbol mainly known form Celtic culture, but has been used in different variaties in other cultures like Roman, Copts etc., especially midieval cultures all around the world. The origin of the Celtic knots dates back to the Celtische cultere in the 3rd and 4th century.

Tutankhamun & Ankhesenamun, wife of King Tutankhamun, she annoints her young husband in this image which forms the back of a gilded chair. She is the half sister of Tutankhamun, daughter of Nefertiti and Akhenaten.

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Evening Prayer 4.25.16, St. Mark the Evangelist

Emmanuel Tzanes, 1657: St. Mark. He was born in Cyrene in modern-day Libya, and the Copts in Egypt have always claimed that he founded and was the first bishop of the church in Alexandria. The winged lion is his symbol; an old myth says that when the Romans tried to feed him to the lions, the jungle kings refused to eat him. (Benaki Museum, Greece)


The #1 reason I’m ok with the SNL skit about ISIS by Pia de Solenni

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Where to See Ancient Egyptian Artifacts Outside of Egypt

Seated Statue of Ramesses II


Inscribed Game Board Ivory Length 13.5 cm (5.3 in); width 4.1 cm (1.6 in); height 2.7 cm 18th Dynasty; reign of Tutankhamun Thebes, Valley of the Kings Tomb of Tutankhamun (KV 62) Carter 393



Senet. The board and pieces of Senet suggest elements of both chess and checkers


Ukronium 1828 is a RPG, strategy, fantasy shop in Lyon (France) with steampunk design. 3


This tunic was a garment commonly worn by males in Greco-Roman civilizations. At the top of this tunic, an arcade encloses figures of dancers and warriors. Below, two vertical panels with warriors and dancers alternate with roundels amid human busts.